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deny a building on the basis of future possibility of joint parking areas. Dorram also testified that joining the parking areas in the rear was not a practical solution because of differences in elevations He stated that if the Board had wished to create parking in the rear, it should have stated that goal in the Master Plan or zoning ordinances and not have waited until the last parcel of land was being developed to decide on the concept Dorram also presented a drawing which laid out the possibility of joining the parking even if the applicant's build-

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Planning Board to Deny E. Northfield Rd. Office The Livingston Planning Board has directed its attorney, Peter B. Cooper, to draw findings of fact and conclusions denying an application by Dr. Houssien Eslami to construct a 7,245 square foot building at 33 East Northfield Koad, next to Livingston Bagel The applicant had proposed to construct the building at the rear of the lot and place 29 parking stalls in front of the office. John Rakos of Hubert Callin and Associates, a planning consultant hired by the Board In review the proposal, had found the design "deficient and insensitive to design criteria" at the May 18 meeting of the Board Members of the Board had stated that placing the building at the rear of the property would foreclose any possibility of joining parking areas behind the buildings at some future date, or of providing access to South Livingston Avenue. The applicant presented his own expert witness, planning consultant Peter Dorram. ut the June 21 meeting Dorram displayed photographs of developments around the township where parking is permitted in front of the building and pictures of areas where common parking would be possible, but is not in effect The applicant's attorney, L William Balsam, explained that liw extutoii was intended to show that owners "jealously guard their own parking" and that it is not sound planning to

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ing were constructed al the rear of the lot. The planner testified that placing the building at the rear of the lot was better planning than to "line up I the buildings! like little ducks in a row." He objected to placing the 27 foot high office between two smaller buildings and close to the noise of Northfield Koad. He also mentioned that odors from (he bagel shop would reduce the building's luxury atmosphere. Balsam stated that the appli cant has the right to pla building wherever he wan' his property if he complies w (Continuedon Page 10)

Three Receive Jail Terms for Kidnapping Three adults were sentenced to jail terms by a Superior Court Judge in connection with the July 27,1982 kidnapping of a Livingston resident, who was taken to West (a Id well, beaten and left for dead. The three men were charged with kidnapping, robbery, attempted murder, conspiracy, possession of weapons and aggravated assault.

him out of jail from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m six days per week Steve Hess of Livingston was also sentenced to 364 days in the county jail and placed on probation for three years. He was fined $2,500 and credited with 16 days spent in confinement awaiting trial. Fred Meyers of West Urange. a former Livingston resident, Vincent Aliperta of Living- received an indeterminate senston was sentenced to 364 days tence at the Yardville Correcin the Essex County Jail and tion Center and was fined $50 placed on probation for three for his part in the incident. A fourth participai.t in the years in addition to a $5,000 fine. He has been placed on a work kidnapping, a 16 year old West release program which allows Orange youth, has also been sentenced.

A TIIHF.K-CAK COLLISION resulted in thr death of a Livingston woman, Klsie MtKvoy, on Friday afternoon. June 17. and injuries t« five olher people. Catherine Palma of 10 West Lawn Hnad. driver of Ihr tar shown below, was charged with careless driving by police, who said she Irird to turn through the island from r'.asl Norlhfirld Road into Sycamore Avenue as a car driven by Kvelyn Powell of Madison was approaching wrstbound. Thr two vehicles collided, and then struck thr third, driven by Carolyn Rrdd of Kasl Orange. which had been waiting on Sycamore Avenue to enlrr thr main road. Above, volunteer firrmrn work with thr "Jaws of Life" rrscur tool to lake thr daw off one of the cars. Helow, Mrs. MfKvoy Is rrmovrd from thr wreckage; she dird latrr al Saint Barnabas Medical (enler of extensive Inlrrnal injuries. An obituary appears rlsrwhtrr In this nrwspaprr. David C.Cnne Photos

Postponed one day by poor merging of the elementary seniors in the future The accomplishments of the weather, graduation school classes and junior high ceremonies were held on Tues- school classes into the Class of class were examined by high day afternoon at Livingston 198.) at the high school, and then school principal Allen J. Berlin, High School for 492 students. looked ahead to the way their who said that he disagreed with Reflecting the general drop in paths will diverge in the future. the dismal portrait of public the student population, this Rosenberg urged his class- education painted by President year's graduating class was mates to take a few moments Reagan at the recent Selon Hall graduation more than eight per cent from the rush of events for University examination of the important ceremonies. smaller than last year's. Berlin said that I he 492 The graduation ceremony things in life. The establishment of the graduates include ten Merit had been scheduled for Monday afternoon, but was postponed on Andy Arace Memorial Scholar- Scholarship finalists and 32 (he basis of poor weather fore- ship was announced al (he commended students. The casts. As though vindicating graduation. In lieu of the usual school's math team placed first those who had made the material class gift, the Class of in Essex County and sixth in the Jersey decision, light rain started to ISM contributed toward the slate in New fall at ten minutes before 4 p.m. scholarship fund which had Malhqpatics League competiThe forecast for Tuesday was been started after the death of tion. In the area of science. much belter, and by late af- the young student in a motor Livingston placed first in the ternoon the weather was ex- vehicle collision. It was an- county in a Stale Science Day nounced that the contributions chemistry competition, and cellent. The ceremony was opened by will make possible the gift of a chemistry and biology students the high school band, under the $1,000 scholarship to graduating (Continued on Page 19) direction of Robert Wirth, and opening exercises were led by class vice president Barry Wasserman. Rabbi Samuel Cohen gave the invocation. Students presenting major addresses at the graduation This week's issue of the West Kssex Tribune includes a exercises included class special pull-out section with photographs of the Livingston president Stephen Santola, High School seniors who graduated Tuesday. Part of thr cost salulatorian Eileen Fogarty of producing the supplement was met by many local adand valedictorian Robert vertisers and well-wishers whose messages appear on Ihr Rosenberg. Santola welcomed section's pages. the class and the assembled Additional copies of this issue are available at newsparents to the graduation cerestands throughout the township, or at the Tribune office al mony, and spoke about its 495 South Livingston Avenue, next door to the ShopHile al importance in their lives. Northfield Center. Eileen Pogarty recalled the

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Claw president Stephen A. Sanlola receives his diploma from Board of Education president Alexander Richardson. Olympus Photo

Exchange Students Need Homes For 4-Day Ylsit in Livingston The Livingston Chapter of the American Field Service this week announced an urgent need for homes to accommodate visiting foreign high school students between July 3 and 7 A bus load of exchange students will be arriving in Livingston on Sunday. July 3, for the four-day stay. The charter bus trip concludes a full year living with an American family elsewhere in the United States. The students therefore are fluent in English and have a good understanding of American customs and lifestyles AFS Chapter president Nancy Venza stated that "the main requirements for an AFS bus slop family are an interest in a young people and a curiosity in the world " She added that "a host family may acquire new perspectives about another culture, experience the fun of a new friendship, and help a student discover the life of a community. " She emphasized that a family does not need to have children of high school age in order to participate in the program The bus load of AFS exchange students who will visit Livingston are part of the overall exchange of more than 7.001) students this year AFS is a privately supported, non-profit international student exchange program active in 55 nations and 2,700 communities in the United States. Through this program, foreign high school students live for a year with American families, and attend local schools It is al the conclu sion of the academic year that the bus trip takes the students to other parts of the country for brief visits on their way to the airport for the trip home Similarly,

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Safe Rid™ Is Open All Summer Safe Rides of Livingston will be open on Friday and Saturday nights from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. for Ihr duration of thr surnmrr. Thr Safr Hides telephone mifn krr Is 3XMN0. Votuntrrni for thr Safr Ride* program are nerilrd and Livingston rollrgr itu «lrnl« home fnr Ihr lummrr arr invltrd lo help Ihr program. Interested volunteers may ( S || m-Tm.

agers travel abroad with the AFS exchange program to live with families in 55 countries all over the world. We know (hat the Independence Day weekend is not going to be an easy time for us to find homes for these young visitors," Venza said, "and we don't have much time to work on finding host families. These factors give an added sense of urgency to finding homes before the bus gets here on Sunday, July 3 ' Families willing to consider serving as hosts for the four-day visit may call Dorothy Kreitzberg at 992-5034 or Nancy Venza at992-«089

Zoning Board to Approve Office With Size & Parking Conditions Zoning Board of Adjustment attorney Stephen A Geffner has been directed to prepare a resolution approving construction of a general office building at the northwest corner of the East Cedar Street and East Northfield Road intersection. The board will vote on the resolution at its July 21 meeting. The board took action Thurs day after months of bearings on the application, submitted by developer Dr. Eli Curi. Dr. Curi, who originally planned to

construct a 39,000 square foot professional office building on the site, was denied permission to build at that time because board members felt the project was an over-use of the property. He returned to the board with plans for a 36,000 square foot general office building in February but reduced the size of the structure to 35,686 square feet after sensing negative feelings from the board. A general office building may include tenants such as travel

Camp Fund Sends Kids to First Camp Sessions; Has Only 14% of Money Needed to Cover Costs West Essex Camp Fund chairman Stephen A. Geffner reported this week that the first contingent of young campers will leave for the Frost Valley YMCA's resident Camp Wawayanda on Sunday, June 26 The Livingston attorney added that children being sent by the Camp Fund to such day camps as the Pioneer Trails camp of the Livingston YMCA and Willow Lake Camp of the Montclair YMCA will start on Monday,June 27. "These are only 12 of the 52 campers registered to attend various camps through the Camp Fund at different inter vals throughout the .summer," Geffner said. The former Livingston town ship councilman reported that receipts to date amount to $1,158, or about 14 per cent of the $8,000 goal Although the money is not in hand, the Camp Fund is sending children lo camp "We want these children lo know that the West Essex residents will nol let them down," (ieffner said. "The need for a camping experience, as well as the need for financial assistance, has been verified by the referring agencies Family Service of West Essex. West Essex Community Health Services, Montclair West Essex Guidance Center, hoards of edu cation and welfare depart menls The children need your help (ieffner said that gifts received during the past week ranged from a donation of $5 from one Livingston resident to

a gift of $100 from a Livingston couple. Some contributions were made as memorials in honor of deceased family members or business associates, and others came from community and civic organizations With the gifts which had been announced

earlier, this week's contributions of $255 bring the total lo $1,158. Donations may be forwarded to the West Essex ('amp Fund, 60 South Fullerton Avenue, Montclair, N.J. 07042, or to the West Essex Tribune.

agencies while a professional office building is limited to doctors, lawyers, engineers, dentists, accountants and similar occupations. In its vote on the matter, the board also agreed lo impose a number of conditions on the applicant because of concerns about the building's size, traffic, parking and usage. The restrictions, proposed by board member Arthur Grossman, place a 33,000 square foot limit on the size of the building and will require Dr. Curi to con struct a mimimum of 155 parking spaces and a 25 foot buffer zone around the property. The board also freed the applicant from any conditions on the building's use. Board member Howard Katz, the sole dissenter, felt the building size should be further reduced and was unhappy with the number of parking spaces proposed. Prior to voting on the applica(ContinuedonPagelO)

Community Calendar June t\ - Parents Without Partners — Kec. (nlr. Memorial Dr. — H p.m. June 23 — Health Screening—West Kssex (if n. Hospital-allday June 23 - Deborah New Officers Installation Kpprs F.ssen, IM E. Ml. Plsnl. Av. — 7:M p.m. June 2 3 - A A - Frd.Ch. Mem. Hall—"p.m. June 23 - Parents Without Partners - Mem. Rrc. — New member* 7:lv, Ken. mtg. 8p.m. June 25 - Recycling - 95 W. Ml. PI. Aw. — 9:30lolla.m. June it — Forcr Home open — 2-4 p.m. June 27 - Over F.alrrs Anon. - St. Peter'%( h. — be glnnrri 7:30, adults 8 p.m. June 27 - Twp. Council - Twp. Hall - * : » p.m. June 2H — Toughlovr — Won. (t. — Np.m. June ZH - Dapprr Dans - Heritage JHN - H p.m. June30-AA-Fed. Ch. Mem. Hall-»p.m July 2 — Newsprint Recycling — Library pkft. lot — 9 to noon July 2 - Hreyrling-MW. Mt. PI. Ave. -S:.K» la II a.m. July 4 - Over F.alers Anon. - SI. Peter's (h. — hr dinners 7:.T#, adults N p.m. July r. - Dapprr Dans - Heritage JHN - H

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July 7 - AA - Fed. Ch. Mem. H a l l - 9 p.m. July t - Recycling - 1 » W. Ml. PI. Ave. - 9:3t loll a.m. July 11 — Over-Raters Anon. - St. Peter's Ch. — beginners 7:30, adult* H p.m. July 12 - Dapprr Dans - Heritage JIIH - ft p.m. July 1 2 - Totightove — Mon. ( t . - ft p.m. July 1 4 - A A - F r d . Ch. Mem. H a l l - * p . m . July l« - Recyeling - 95 W. Ml. PI. Ave. 9:.Wlo II a.m. July IH - OverF.atert Anon. - SI. Prlrr's Ch. — beginnrrs 7:30, adults H p.m. July 19— Toughlovr - Man. (I — it p.m. July 19 - Dapprr Dans - Hrrl'agr JHN — H p.m. July 21 - \A - Fed. ( h M r m . Hall-!t p.m. July 23 — Recycling — 95 W. Ml. PI. Ave. — 9:311 In 11 a.m. July 23 - Ovrr-Katers Anon. - Kl. Peters Ch. — beginners 7::HI, adults H p.m. July M - Dapper Dans - Heritage MIS - H p.m. July 2« — Toughlovr - Mon. ( I . — H p.m. July 28 - Parent* Without Partners - Mem. Rrc— New members7:30, gen. mtg. Np.m. J u l y z H - A A - F e d (h.Mrm l l » l l - » p m . July :«i - Hecvr ling - 9ft W. Ml. PI. Ave. 9:34)loll a.m.

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Funeral Mass Held For Helen if. Kent BARBECUE SPRING CLEANING b OVERHAUL

Eckhart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Eckhart, was named to the president's list while McCarthy, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul J McCarthy, was named to the dean's list The students, both Livingston High School graduates, are enrolled in the school's pnr fessional secretarial program

A Mass was offered in St. Philomena Church on Saturday following a funeral from Hupping Funeral Home for Helen R Kenl.80, of Livingston.

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Mrs. Kent, who died on June 15 in Holly Manor Nursing Home, Mendham, was I he wife »f the (ate Judge Frank 1 A Kent, a former Livingston Municipal Court judge. Surviving are a daughter, Margaret Jarvis; a son, Frank Kent; 11 grandchildren and one greatgrandson.

2 Students Earn Berkeley Honors Ann Eckharl and Maureen McCarthy, Livingston students at the Berkeley School of Garret Mountain, have been awarded honors for their work during the

F.I.T. Awards 2 B.S. Degrees The Fashion Institute of Technology in New York awarded B.S. degrees in marketing, fashion and related industries to Livingston residents Mindy Garb and Therese Manna and the school's recent graduation exercises. Garb and Manna each received A.A.S. degrees from the school in June, 1961.

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Hillside School: Grade 5 Darrin Cole, Carolyn Begasse, Laura Manicone, Greg Boag, Dan Cochran, Daniel Dias, Scot Coogan, Jason Kaplan, Greg Pine. Grade 6, first year Peter Perla, Chris Soulhworlh, Mauro Quaglia. Grade 6, second year — Jason Tropp, Anne Manicone, Neil Reynes, Kenny Schultz, Robert Sage, David Slavmski, Tracy Howard, Donna Gruppuso, John Wolff. Ml. Pleasant Elementary School: Grade 5 — Eugenia Freidman, Tamara Sher, Jason Bautner, Jason Koppatte, Benjy Hoffman Grade 6, first year — Christopher Belcuore, David Gallinson, Hugo GalloTorres. D.J. Kaufman, Gregg Klein, Stacey Mayesh, Scott Perlstein, Dana Schreiber, Andrew Spielman, Lauren Rosen. Grade 6, second year Renee Zuckerman. Riker Hill School: Grade 5 Jon Siegel, Michael Landolfi, Andrew Lilien, Patrick Confort i, Steven Lansky, Benjamin Lee, Robert Caravaggio. Amy Ezra, Lisa Moretti. Jamie Greenspan, Mark LaGravenis, Eric Nanes, Jeffrey Gordon, Joseph Cefalo, Mark Errico, Joanne Sanders, Daniel Summers, Allison Schacter, Andrew Liewant. Grade 6, first year — Ashley Brolhman, Whitney Eaton. Grade 6, second year - Jillian Posner, Evan Wildstein, Emily Shin. Growth Awards Twelve sixth grade students, one boy and one girl from each school, were awarded a fitness meal for achieving the greatest overall growth in personal fit ness level. The medal recipients are Stephanie Sloan and Kevin

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Presidential physical fitness winners representing each of the Livingston elemriitarv schools include, in lower row, Jason Tropp of Hillside School. Bradley Aronsoii of Harrison School, and Mark Char of Runirt Hill; in middle row are Stacry Mayesh of M l . Pleasant Elementary School and Eileen Samolsky of Collins; at (op of pyramid is Evan Wildslein represent ing Hiker Hill School. Olympus Photo Kenny of Burnet Hill. John Cherins and Jennifer Sodnwich of Collins, Cara Kleinhut and Paul Dorfman of Harrison. Lynn Weinberg and Andrew Kissin of Hillside. Scott Perlstein and Hillary Pack of Ml Pleasant and Tammy Kaplan and Malt Schaeffer of Riker Hill. Five per cent improvement certificates were awarded to all sixth grade students who were able to score at least five per cent better in each of the six tests when scores for this year were compared with their fifth grade scores. Earning those awards were. Burnet Hill: Sandy Creenberd, Bradley Small. Amy Jacksic, Sean WeUeren. Jami Komitor, Lisa Nusbaum, Deborah Sumner. Gregg Loventhal. Kevin Kenny, Swdy Eh ret, Irene Shum and Stephanie Sloane. Collins: Joseph Casella, Florie Burke. Jonathan Cheri<*> and Scott Koenig Harrison: John Belotta, Michele DiMuzio, Paul Dorfman, Brett James. Cara Klein haul, Ronnie Spring. Ingmar Yao, Stephen O'Kemus, Hazel Raymundo. Christine Sibilia. Sandi Solomon and Amy Sonna bend. Hillside: Darlene O'Neill, Katie Smith, Lauren Bailyn. Elaine Kravetz, Andrew Rissin, Carrie Smith, Kevin Dodds, Michael Skara, Mark Glaz, Sari Yorn, Dawn Christie, Stacy Gann and Deena Beatty Mt Pleasant: Steven Brenner, Anna Drago, Diana Guaglieri, Melanie Zandman

and Hillary Pack. Riker Hill: Allison Maloof. Marcy Walkow. Carmela Miller, Whitney Ealon, Ashley Brothman, Alison Lefkon, Jamie Gardner and Matthew Schaeffer. Nrw Records Two town records were tied and eight new ones were established during the testing period. The new names and scores to be recorded on the fitness record buard are Alicia Swarlz, Collins, Grade 5 girls, flexed arm hang. 87 seconds. Neil Reynes, Hillside, Grade 6 boys, tied the record for pullups at 15. Josh Beck. Burnet Hill, Grade 5 boys, 57 sit ups in one minute. Kurt Danckwerth. Burnet Hill. Grade 5 boys, shuttle run. 9 3 seconds. Lisa Moretli, Riker Hill, Grade 5 girls, shuttle run, 9.7 seconds Glenn Mitcham. Burnet Hill, Grade r> boys, standing long jump of 7 feet, 5 inches Brian Jacobs. Collins, Grade S boys, tied SO yard dash record at 6 ft seconds Casey Kawase, Collins, Grade 6 boys, 50 yard dash. 6.3 seconds. Robert Caravaggio, Riker Hill, Grade 5 boys, 600 yard walk-run on blacktop surface, I minute 49 seconds. Amy Ezra. Riker Hill, Grade 5 girls, 600 yard walk run on blacktop surface, 2 minutes I second Tracy Howard, Hillside, Grade 6 girls, 600 yard walk run on grass surface, 1 minute 57 seconds

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June 23,1983 advisor. All of the officers are residents of Livingston. Among the past presidents honored during the brunch were Halaine Mandelbaum, Marlene Moscowitz, Joan Horing, Eileen Greenberg, Maidie Schwartz, and Grace Barkan.

Architect Presents Report On Schools Bud Thorne of the architectural firm Bouman, Blanche, Faridy and Thorne presented the results of a one-year study of the Livingston school facilities during the Monday evening conference meeting of the Board of Education. He presented plans modifying the schools for optimum use. The cost of the adaptations presented would be $13.4 million, including the cost of complying with PL 504 to provide barrier free access to public* buildings and renovations to the high school media center.

Drive will have 20 residential lots available; Rainbow Ridge Estates, the former Boiardo property off Beaufort Avenue, plans 28 homes in the future, Chestnut Hill area has two foundations in place and eight lots available; the Summit development will have up to 20 lots available and no decisions will be made on the development of the Kean estate in the immediate tuture.

Thorne recommended that the modifications to (he high school be done as soon as possible. He noted that construction would be "somewhat less expensive" if the media center were built on the outside of the existing facility. However, the architects' proposal to construct the media center in a courtyard was based on esthetics as well as the idea that the center should be central to academic areas. Thorne stated that a referendum to provide capital funds for the work on the high school could be prepared for vote between September IS and October 15. Architecturally, Thorne stated that the schools could be adapted to either a 5-8 or 6-8 middle school configuration. Possible Growth At the same meeting, superintendent of schools Dr. Bernard Shulman, presented a list of areas where new homes might be built. He stated that from 1976 to 1963, construction in the township averaged 40 new homes per year. Based on building permits and certificates of occupancy, the township projected that 36 new homes will be occupied in 1983 84 The school administration projected that the 36 homes would provide approximately, 20 new children to the district. Dr. Shulman listed the areas where most building activity would be expected: Forest Park off McClellan Avenue was reported to have 60 of its 145 lots still available for sale and projected to have nine homes completed this year; Mitschele Farm area off Shrewsbury

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Arthur Vasen Is M.I.T. Graduate Arthur P. Vasen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vasen of 10 Cottage Terrace, received an S B degree in chemical engineering during the commencement exercises of Massachusetts Institute of Technology on Friday, May 27.

The district will continue to monitor birth rates and in/out migration to calculate the school populations.

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AMONCi TDK GUESTS at the annual picnic of the Livingston Old Guard were Polite Department (apt. Donald T. Jones and township manager Robert H. Harp. The Old Guard. Ihe township's senior men's organization, held its picnic on Tuesday, June 14.

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June 23,1983

West Essex Tribune

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Thursday, June 23,1983 Working Iheir hearts out, professional and volunteer emergency service personnel from the Polite Department, Fire Department and First Aid Squad do their best to help Ihe victim of a threecar collision on Friday afternoon. David ('. Cone Photo

opinion An Act of Faith The West Essex Camp Fund starts next week sending young Livingston residents to day camps and resident camps, despite the fact that its treasury has received only about 14 per cent of the money needed for this summer. As happens each year, the Camp Fund must proceed with what is best described as an act of faith, sending the youngsters off to camp and trusting that the money will be contributed. Last year the Camp Fund fell short of its goal of $8,000, and the previous year it had also failed to meet the same goal figure. Perhaps as a result of that trauma the goal has not been raised for this year, although there are many more children applying. The Camp Fund has already accepted the applications ef 52 young people, an increase of nearly ten per cent over last year's figure.

Every year in this job there are limes when we have to write nice things about various organizations that are soliciting funds. This week, for example (he Kiwanis Club is conducting its annual Kiwanis Karnival al Norlhfield Center The United Way recently completed its campaign, and now Ihe Camp Fund is looking fur support. Al other times it is groups like the firemen, the PBA or the First Aid Squad. There is never any lack of material to illustrate the need of these organizations for public support, but it usually happens that Ihe really convincing illustrations come at Ihe wrong time. So it was this week with a three-car collision on East Norlhfield Road on Friday afternoon. Charlie Schilling, our town's (ire chief, is a competent profesinnal who doesn't lose his cool. His men trust his judgment, and they know that when he arrives at the scene of • wreck and makes a radio call for an ambulance, a fire engine

Although Livingston is usually considered by those of us who live here to be an affluent suburb, it is significant that each year about 20 per cent of the children whose trips to camp are financed by the Camp Fund are Livingston residents. Nine communities are involved in the West Essex Camp Fund - Livingston, Caldwell, West Cakhvell, North Caldwell* Roseland, Essex Fells, Cedar Grove, Fairfield To the Editor: and Verona — but Livingston sends about one fifth of Library Closings the campers. Many Livingston residents are wealthy enough to be able to send their own children to camp, Dear Mr. Cone: The June 16 letter by Ms. but it may come as a surprise to find how many are Elefant regarding the closing of not. the library on Saturday did an The chairman of the Camp Fund this year, Stephen A. Geffner, is a Livingston resident and a very active member of the community. He has served on the Township Council, works with the Livingston Youth Service Bureau, and is well known for his interest in young people. Perhaps his leadership of the annual campaign, which had been centered in Caldwell for many years, will lead to a renewed interest in the Camp Fund on the part of Livingston residents. In a period in history when government management of charity is diminishing, the importance of local resources for local problems grows immensely. The Camp Fund does not receive government support, and must depend entirely upon the donations of individuals, civic organizations, church groups, businesses and other contributors. Donations may be sent to the West Essex Camp Fund, 60 South Fullerton Avenue, Montclair, N.J. 07042, or to the West Essex Tribune.

excellent job of expressing my view as well as that of many others She made a number of reasonable proposals for keeping it open on Saturday (e.g.. by closing it one weekday, if budget is a problem) The reported answer given by the library director, that other libraries are also closed on Saturday, seems quite irrelevant and unresponsive. 1 would much appreciate it if the library director would be invited to explain why Ms. Elefant's specific proposals cannot be implemented. The library and the helpful, friendly staff play an im portant role in the community, and closing the facility for a day when many citizens could appreciate its benefits is unfortunate. Unless there is strong justification for the closing, that policy should be reversed.

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and the Rescue Company, there must be serious problems that need immediate attention. I don't usually use photographs with this column, but the one above tells Ihe story. There was no general alarm, but men1 from every walk of life dropped whatever they were doing and -turned out to help. They left stores and offices, gas stations and contractor's trucks to rush to the scene and offer their assistance. An off-duty police officer, who had already done his job for the township thai day, picked up his role as a volunteer fireman to guard the scene against the explosion of leaking gasoline and to clean up after it was all over. A First Aid Squad volunteer who should have been on her way to the airport was at the scene. There was a little story with every man and woman who offered to help in some way. Some dragged cars apart. Others helped the injured out of Iheir cars and into the ambulance. Volunteer firemen used the "Jaws of Life" tool to take a car apart - not as a

"Gee Whiz" demonstration but because a seriously injured woman was trapped inside. They did not learn until later that she died in the hospital. They had put their hearts and all their strength into saving her, but it couldn't help. Events like this, whether they turn out well or in tragedy, demonstrate Ihe willingness of these volunteers to give of themselves when they are needed They are frightening and traumatic memories for many people, but for most of us they are a reminder of the value to Ihe community of these public volunteer public services. II is hard to say thank you to a person who runs from his office to rescue a fellow human being in trouble. Maybe the nj&i time the PBA holds its aafuial ball, or the firemen go door lodoor selling their decals, or Ihe First Aid Squad conducts its annual mail appeal, these events will come to mind. There are many who cannot offer ours e l v t o l i this kind of service, but wacan offer our support of those who are willing.

Jack Holtzman 48 Shadowlawn Drive Livingston Editor's note: Mr Holtzman's letter expresses the same views which several other readers presented in telephone calls Among these calls was one from a reader who is employed at the West Orange Public Library She had seen the statement that only the regional libraries in Bloomfield and East Orange are open on Saturdays during the summer The West Orange Public Library, she said, has been open from 9 to 1 on Saturdays in past summers, and unless there is a change of policy this year the Saturday hours will continue.

al) Tribune readers to enjoy. However, in our haste to deliver the article in time for publication, we failed to give credit to a very important member of our interview team, Michael Zakkour. A ninth grade student at Ml Pleasant Junior High School, Michael served as the team's photographer and accompanied us on the interview with Hans. Michael took many pictures of Hans and his home which added much detail (o the story of this man and his unique hobbies. Through Michael's photographs, the true character of this warm and talented man was revealed. George Brrincili Cultural Journalism Project LYSB Monmouth Court Community Center Editor's note: We received several comments from our readers on this article, which was (he third in a continuing series written by Livingston's young people. The young authors are working on other articles which will appear in future issues of the Tribune.

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On behalf of (he entire Cultural Journalism team which interviewed Hans, Livingston's beekeeper. I would like lo express appreciation for the manner in which your newspaper presented our article. The students were very proud to see the results of their hard work displayed in the paper for

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Shorts Are OK Dear Mr Cone: We believe that the Mount Pleasant Junior High dress code is inherently unfair, and demand that it be modified immediately. We feel that the section that forbids the wearing of most types of shorts is not only ridiculous, but inconsistent with the school's other dress policies. The explanation for excluding gym shorts and shorts higher than four inches above the knee is that they are distracting and therefore do not provide for an atmosphere conducive to learning. But in hot weather, shorts are by far (he most comfortable form of dress, and surely comfort is a major part of such an environment. But even more disturbing than this problem is the question as to why shorts are specifically singled out as a "distracting" form of clothing. On several occasions, we have seen girls exiting the junior high in mini-skirts far more daring and inviting than any pair of jogging shorts. And what of the slit skirts and heels, or hip-hugging slacks of the teachers in the school? Surely, they must attract just as much attention as might a 13 year old with bare legs. The point is that if a dress code is to be at all valid, the philosophy behind it must be consistently enforced. If the aim of the junior high dress code is to maintain a modest and austere atmosphere, then

banning shorts is hardly the beginning. In fact, it seems as if no dress code could ever provide an environment conducive to Ihe learning process if the substance of what is being taught is lacking. And this is precisely what is worst about Ihe dress code - for by maintaining that clothing is what distracts Ihe child's concentration span, it detracts attention from (he poor course contents, which fail lo even attract their attention in the first place. So next year, when Ihe weather is miserably hot, we expect to see students of Mt. Pleasant Jr. High with Iheir eyes glued to the blackboards or Iheir books, sitting cooly in whatever they feel comfortable in, be it a mini-skirt, tee-shirt or shorts (of Course, some limits would be maintained — for instance, bathing suits or skintight short-shorts might still be forbidden). And hopefully by then they will be taught lo be fascinated with learning rather than looking. Carolyn Elefant 22 Mohawk Drive. Livingston Editor's note: This letter was also signed by Jane Elefant, Jennifer Levey, Erica Elefant and Felice Elefant.

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For Open Library Dear Mr. Cone: I agree with Carolyn Elefant's letter in last week's paper that our library should be open at least part of Saturday in the

summer, and could be closed at least part of another day of the week, perhaps Monday. The Madison library, for one, is open on Saturday in summer. JohnGrady 22 West Drive Livingston

Bridge Player Achieves Title Evelyn Bernstein of 85 Shrewsbury Drive recently became a bridge life master afler winning the Plight B Swiss Team event in a regional tournament held in Cherry Hill. Between 250 and 300 learns participated in Ihe event. In thai tournament, Bernstein's partner jfoas her husband, Martin Betnstein. and their leammalesJwere Lynn and Bob NeuvjlieofWcsl Caldwell. A member of I lie American Contract Bridge League. Bernstein has been involved in bridge tournament play for several years. She and her husband have placed first in many sectional and overall events.

Moran Receives Fine Arts Degree Mark James Moran, son of Richard and Rita Moran of 76 Hillside Avenue, received a bachelor of fine arts degree from Parsons School of Design, a division of the New School in New York City. Moran's area of specialization is illustration.

THE MOTOR MEALS PROGRAM needs additional volunteers lo deliver meals to rtomebwmd LivingsUm residents this summer. The drivers pick up thr fuod al West Kssrx Oitrral Hospital al 11:3* a.m. daily and deliver the meals to homes on assigned roule». llerr. daily captains Jackie KaufhoM, Bea Kaplan, Ruth Heapes and Betty llrckman meet with chairwoman Dolly I*vine to discuss the summer schedule. To volunteer or for additional information, call Mrs. l*vinf at 9M-

To the Editor:

Safety Belt Law Dear Mr. Cone:

Reading the West Essex Trir> une dated June 9, 1983, which announced the registration for Safety Town, brought to mind a common but unfortunate occurrence. I am referring to the sight of a young child traveling without a seat belt on an adult's lap in the front seat of a motor vehicle Child restraints and seat belts are an extremely important aspect of automobile safety One has only to recall the simulated automobile collisions periodically shown on television, which show small dummies smashing into a windshield upon impact. On April 7, 1983, Governor Kean signed a bill (A 851) which requires (he following: "Every person operating a motor vehicle equipped with safety belts who is transporting a child under the age of five

years on roadways, streets or highways of this State, shall be responsible for the protection of the child by properly using a child passenger restraint system that complies with the federal motor vehicle safety standard applicable when it was manufactured, or where the child is 18 months of age or more but under five years of age by securing the child with a safety belt in rear seal If there are no rear seats, a child restraint system must be used.'' This law reinforces the responsibility for automobile safety which every motor vehicle operator has in regard to transporting young children I hope that as adults and young children begin to enjoy the summer season that each person operating a motor vehicle, in which there is a young child, will appropriately secure that child's safety. MelindaG Winter, R N , B 8 N 192 East Mt Pleasant Avenue Livingston

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The Livingston chapter of National Council of Synagogue Youth held elections for the coming season at a recent meeting. Gail Weiker of Livingston was selected as president and Lisa Berman was re-named as chapter advisor. Elected to serve on the board were Sally Windman, Norma Kravitz, David Cohen, Janet Kurtz, Debbie Brown, Kim Hirschorn and Alan Haber.

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A HANDBELL CHOIR of Livingston residents performed on Friday, June 17. tor Ihe Senior Happening in Ihe library auditorium. The group, led by Raul Barrelto of the county's Department of Parks, Hecrealion and Cultural Affairs, included, from left to right, Herman Schaub, Nate Fletcher, Willard Matthews, Isabel Kievning, Mary Kelland. Helen fonkling (behind conductor), Marion lloesley, Nancy DiMeceli, Jeanne Harris, Ethel Matthews. Emily Hart and Shirley Smith. Andy Wilson Photo

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Preparatory School and then named assistant superintendent of schools for Ihe Newark Arch diocese in 1967 He earned a doctorate degree in educalion at Saint John's University, and in 1971 he was appointed superintendent of schools of Ihe archdiocese. Kour years later he came to Livingston at Si Philomena Church, and he also serves as Archdiocesan Con suitor. This is, only (lie second

Msgr. Daly was named a Chaplain of His Holiness in Iii71 ' by Pope Paul V I , and he has served for many years as a member and officer of the Priests' Senate

At the organization's recent Etz Chaim Spring Regional Convention, the Livingston chapter received the Chapter Excellence award, the second highest honor given by the region office.

Scott A. and Patrice A. Breitkopf, the children of Mr. and Mrs. David Breilkopf of Livingston, each received de- Campus of 78 Palmer Drive, an grees from their respective accounting major, Kathleen Curry of 16 Fairfax Drive, a colleges during June. Scott A. Breitkopf was civil engineering major and Stuart David Greenberg of 11 awarded a doctor of jurisprudence degree from the University of Miami in Florida. He is employed in Ihe tax-management consulting department of Peat Marwick & Mitchell in Miami, Florida Patrice A. Breitkopf earned a B.S. degree in education from the University of Delaware and is licensed to teach primary and special education.

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Smith of 92 Irving Avenue, a English/journalism major and Jeffrey Ira Wolfe of 41 Ha venwood Drive, a political science major.

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I hal Archbishop Peter L (•erely has awarded papal honors, the first lime was in 1!)79 The honors will be con ferred later this year

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people signed up for (he program. The following is an article I read in the Asbury Park Press Dear Mr Cone, ofKnday.Junelu.im I ain writing for other senior "It is true that New Jersey (Mi/ens who may not know lhal has begun collecting from the Ihc Male of New Jersey collects estates of deceased persons who Ironi thi-»r estates, upon their received assistance under the death, prescription drug money Pharmaceutical Assistance to paid for (hem by (he slate the Aged and Disabled Pharmaceutical Assistance "Thomas Kusso, director of the state Medical Assistance Why has the- public nut been and Health Services Division, notified about I his' There was said yesterday the enabling law no fine print to read when was passed and approved in

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July 1981. However, administration of the law just began in May, Husso said. "Cost of pharmaceutical assistance for the fiscal year ending June 30 is $61 million, Kus.su.said.

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"Asked how (he state learns who has died and who should pay; Kusso said state employees learn this from three sources: survivors of deceased participants of the Pharmaceutical Assistance Program who write and advise of the death of a beneficiary, and from returned correspondence marked 'addressee deceased.'

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health. The district will review the staff evaluation process The administration hopes to develop a fair, effective, and thorough method of evaluating teachers. Dr. Shulman noted the goal of "improved horizontal articulation" which he explained was bringing teachers of the same grade level in different schools together to share experiences. The final goal is to develop a plan lo improve Ihe standards, of student development both for advanced placement students and those who do not intend lo attend college.

"Also, state employees have started checking obituaries in four or five large newspapers They compare the names in Ihe obituaries with their records tu determine if the deceased person named in obituaries was receiving pharmaceutical assistance. "Asked if the state gets the names of deceased and then estates from the state inherit ance tax records, Russo said he doubled this. "Edward Klane, chief of the Bureau of Pharmaceutical Assistance to the Aged and Dis abled, was quoted by Ihe Courier Post, Camden, as say ing:' (think the law is good. The money is better circulated than going to distant relatives in a windfall (inheritance)'." Margaret Donnelly 45 Manor Rd. Livingston

Tuminaro Students Earn High Ratings Eight piano students of Livingston teacher Rose Tumi naro received gold certificates for attaining ratings above 90 in the annual Music Educators' Association auditions, held June 12 at Drew University The students earning this honor were: Cathy Fitanidis, Pamela Fitzgerald, Barry Gene, Debbie Gordon, Jay

THE LIVINGSTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY will held il» annual country fair in conjunction with Ihr Independence Day celebration at Memorial Park on Monday. July 4. Pricing some of the items to be placed on sale are. in front row, Eric Muller. Peg Odenthal and Helen Muller; at rear are l-orna Green. Marion Hoesley, Bob Spohn. Anne Almond. Anita Kaisen and Harry Odenihal Andy Wilson Photo

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Dr. Bernard Shulman, superKlausner, Sonali Patel, Neely intendent of schools, enuSchonfeld and Jonathan Wald merated the educational prioriman. ties for the 1963-84 school year

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during the Monday evening conference meeting of the Board of Education. The list was prepared based on conferences with staff, administration, and members of the community. The first priority will be to plan and prepare for Ihe grade reorganization in 1984-85. The staff will establish curriculum and intensify community communication. The district will continue to

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Ijmdon Graduates From High School Lorraine S. Landon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Landon of West Northfield Road, was graduated from Immaculate Conception High School in MonlclaironJunc5. A member of Ihe Society of Distinguished American High School Students, Landon is employed 4>y Ormand's in Livingston Mall.

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gree at the Newark campus and Nicholas A Stabile Jr received1 a master of science at the New Brunswick campus ' MBA degrees from the New ark campus were awarded to Arlene A. Johnson of 42 Kidge Drive and I/ori A Kyan of 37

Mounlhuven Drive Caren (i Symchowuv. of 44 liiurel Avenue received u bachelor ol science degrif lnnn Ihe Livingston campus while Sharon M Whelan of 54 Troclm Avenue was awarded a liaclic lor of science degree from (lie

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43 Livingston Students Are Graduates of Rutgers University Forty-three Livingston residents were among those receiving degrees from Rutgers, the State University in May. ' William E Theel, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Theel of 47 Burnet Street, received a bachelor of science degree in chemical engineering from Rutgers College of Engineering in Piscataway. While an undergraduate, he served as treasurer of the Rutgers Ski Club and was a member of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Theel is a 1979 graduate of Livingston High School. Brian J Davenport, son of Mr and Mrs. Alan T. Davenport of 20 West Hobart Gap Road, earned a bachelor of arts degree in economics/political science with a minor in computer science. He was a member of Pi Sigma Alpha, the national political science honor society.

Jeffrey Gaier of Livingston received a bachelor of arts degree in economics from Rutgers College in New Brunswick. Gaier, a 1979 graduate of Livingston High School, was inducted into Omicron Delta Epsilon, the economics honorary society. He also served the college as a residence assistant and was a member of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. He has accepted a position with Ford Associates Inc., a financial planning firm in Florham Park Ruth Shari Reich, daughter of Joyce and Seymour Reich, received a master's of social work from the University. She is the clinical coordinator at the Somerset Youth Shelter in Bridgcwater. A master of science in zoology with a specialization in electron microscopy was awarded to

Mary Ellen Schalkoff, daughter con Road; and lizabeth M. of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schal- Writt of 45 East Cedar Street. koff of 18 Concord Drive. She Bachelor of arts recipients plans to study toward a doc- from Douglass College were torate in zoology. Nan Burns of 13 Longview Road Receiving bachelor of arts de- and Marianne O'Donnell of 6 grees from the Rutgers College Crescent Road. of Arts & Sciences in New Engineering students earning Brunswick were Beth H. Berlin bachelor of science degrees of 28 West Lawn Road, Jodi Ann were Steven H. Cherenson of 34 Dolowich of 42 Knoll wood Havenwood Drive; Craig Drive; Dianne Duca of 51) Col- Ferguson of 5 Spalding Drive; linwood Avenue; Melinda G. Daniel R. Harry of 47 Burnet Gordon of 61 Trocha Avenue; Hill Road; Mary McCloskey of Jamie Lee Gottlieb of 6 Hamil- 47 Melrose Drive; and Richard ton Lane; Janet L. Greenberg D. Sirabian of 8 Tamarack of 8 Mounlhaven Drive; Linda Drive. M Greenberg of 37 Wnrdell Students who attended RutRoad; Kenneth D. Herman of :i6 gers in Newark and received Shrewsbury Drive; Evan M. bachelor of arts degrees were Kraft of 6 Falcon Court; Gale A. Joseph A. Del Russo of 299 HillLiebman of 332 Hillside Ave- side Avenue; Diane E. Farrisof nue, Kevin H Michels of 51 37 Belmont Drive; Patricia M. Winchester Road; Helene (' Kogarty of 67 Hazel Avenue; Resky of 1 Hillside Terrace; Julie Go of 100 Shrewsbury Donna L Weinstein of 106 Fal- Drive; William J. Holey of 45 Hillside Terrace; Phillip H. Hoops of 220 Northfield Road; Con Kaisharis of 34 Edgemere Road; Steven B. Levine of 9

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June 23,1983 i with a 4-2 win over the DuPK Bulls Win ;i-ante Landscaping team. Durunte held a 2-0 lead B League Games through most of the game, but The PK Bulls won lhe fifth game of the season, beating J.B Hanauer 10-9, in the int-n > li softball league, sponsored l>> the Department of K I T real ion und Parks.

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Tufts University Holds Graduation Rebecca Fern Mcchanik of :tt)l Walnul Street received a . bachelor of arts degree in economics from Tufls University (luring the school's 127th commencement The graduation was held on May 29 on the college's Medford, Massachusetts, campus

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Selects Resident For World Honors Rose Marie Meola-LiBrizzi of 5 Squier Court has been selected (or inclusion in the 1963 edition of the World's Who's Who ol Women. Employed by the Jersey City Public Library system, Meola LiBrizzi is the supervisor and coordinator of children's services for the library's 12 branches and bookmobile. She also acts as a consultant to the more than 40 Jersey City elementary schools as well as the school and public libraries of Hudson County. Brian M. Simons

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Many Local Residents Earn Degrees at Fairleigh Dickinson Fairleigh Dickinson University awarded 1,908 undergrad uate and 1,460 graduate degrees during its 40th annual com mencement recently. Five Livingston residents, Jeffrey Keith Brager, llene Yvonne Kronberg, Judith G. Marcus, Neil K. Milanuand David E. Salzman, received MBA degrees. David Mathews Gill earned an MA degree and Brad Alexander Sampson was awarded an MSME degree. Bachelor of arts degrees were awarded to Marjorie Spalz, Anne Ehrlich Steinhardt, Frank C. Tammera, Aruna D. Vekaria and Gale Bruunstein Braunstein, the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Irwin Braunstein of I Downing Place, majored in elementary education. A 1979 graduate of Livingston High School, she was president of the Student Education Association and was selected into in internship program during her senior yearatFOU.

Radowitz, Gene H Resnick, Maurice David Windman and Brian M. Simons. Simons, the son of Gerard and Jeanne Simons of 15 Rale Terrace, majored in marketing and finance. He was concerts and special events chairman for F D U for two years, and received awards as captain of the ice hockey team. A 1980 recipient of an associate of arts degree from Ohio University in communications and broadcast journalism, Simons is employed by WNEW TV in the New York studios.

A memberat-large of the New Jersey Library Association, Meola LiBrizzi has held the chairmanship of numerous association committees. Named as a library director in 1969, she also was chosen that year as one of the Outstanding Young Women in America and as one of the Outstanding Business Women of America. A magna cum laude graduate of Bloomfield College, where she was salutatorian of her class, Meola-LiBrizzi also holds an M.L.S. degree from the Rutgers University Library School. She earned the graduate degree under a Federal Library Services and Construction Act full scholarship. Meola LiBrizzi has two sons, Vincent, 13, and Steven, 11

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Mona Allen Earns Psychology Degree

A black Newark resident, apprehended by police while robbing a bank in I'mini mi June 13, has been charged with the April 28 robbery n| iht- Susan B Anthony branch nl Carteret Savings and Loan ;ii :i?| Kasl Northf ield Kuul.

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Mona Allen, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Laurance Allen of Brandon Avenue was graduated from Yeshiva University's Stern College for Women (SCW) in New York in commencement fied as Earl Best of Nowark, Ihe ceremonies on June 9. A psychology major, Allen served as SCW student council president this past year. In that position, she arranged funding On Sunday, June 6, Jay Alperl for the redecoration of (he of Livingston was graduated college's Brookdale residence from Massachusetts College of hall lounge, the senior class Pharmacy and Allied Health gift, and helped initiate a career Sciences A 1978 graduate of guidance program for SCW stu- Livingston High School, he is dents that is run by the Federaplanning a career in retail tion Employment & Guidance pharmacy Service of New York.

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A member of the SCW and Y e shiva College bowling team, Allen also serves as National Council of Synagogue Youth regional advisor for New Jersey and arranges Jewish heritage tours for metropolitan New Jersey with the principal of Central Hebrew High School in WestCaldwell. A graduate of Livingston High School and Central Hebrew High School, Allen hopes to continue her studies, possibly in business administration, and work as a fundraiser for the university.

David Sherman, son of Sandy and Irving Sherman of 5 Essex Court, has been admitted to the Bar in New Jersey. Sherman is a 1975 graduate of Livingston High School, a 1»79 graduate of Ithaca College, and received his law degree from Temple Uni versify School of Law in Philadelphia in 1982

Ellice Neugroschel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Neu groschel of Livingston, recently received a master's degree in public relations and marketing from American University. Neugroschel is currently employed by the Marriot Corporation in Arlington. Virginia.

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was not desirable but it was not a hazard for the area. Discussing parking, Cade sta< Continued from Page 11 tion, the board heard testimony led that 155 parking spaces would be adequate for the profrom traffic engineer John K Cade, who was engaged by the posed general office building board to study the impact the but a medical office building of project would have on the pr^ the same size, with a larger volume of traffic, would require pcrty and surrounding iu*igh at least 180 spaces. He also borhood. Cade, who was asked t<> opposed the applicant's plan for supply information on the "stacked" parking — with some impact on traffic generated cars parked behind others - befrom both general and medical cause it would require more office buildings, felt the in- cars to be moved than other creases in traffic would be mo- stacked parking plans. During the public portion of desl for cither use. the meeting, which was limited "1 believe that the impact of traffic (hat will be generated by to statements on Cade's testithe office building would be mo- mony, Marvin Schwalb of 37 dest," he explained, and said a West Lawn Road said the appligeneral office use would in- cant s parking plan was inadecrease traffic from two to four quate and not consistent with per cent and medical office use other buildings in the area. He would result in a four to six per added that allowing left turns onto East Cedar Street would cent increase. After studying the applicant's completely overburden the design for the building's exit on area Statements from board East Cedar Street, which would restrict drivers from turning members favored the applicaleft onto East Cedar Street. tion and the accompanying reCade said the driveway would strictions, although the majorbe wide enough to allow illegal ity had expressed concerns turns and cause problems in the about the building's usage area. He felt redesigning the earlier in the evening. The driveway to allow normal left board recessed the hearing for turns would be the best situa- a short time to allow Dr. Curi to confer with his attorney, Joseph tion for that area. When questioned about this Giavin, after which Glavin reproposal by board members ported that the physician was and residents attending the willing to reduce the building meeting. Cade said allowing left size to 34.000 square feet. No fiturns onto East Cedar Street nal decision on building size has

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NOTICE TO HOWARD SAVINGS BANK DEPOSITORS AND ALL RESIDENTS OF NEW JERSEY 8,600,000 SHARES THE HOWARD SAVINGS BANK COMMON STOCK MAXIMUM SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $20.00 PER SHARE In connection with its plan to convert to a capital stock savings bank, The Howard Savings Bank is offering its depositors of record on April 30,1983 and individual residents of New Jersey the right to purchase shares of the Common StocK which it plans to issue. The oiler is being made pursuant to a Subscription Offering Circular, which is available, together with an order form,at each banking office of the Howard and by mail if requested by telephone, 201-533-7980. Copies are also available from certain registered securities brokers in New Jersey.

been made. Before he can build, the applicant will be required to appear before the board again for site plan approval. In other action, Newark attorneys Gary L Falkin and S.M. Chris Franzblau requested that the hearing on their request to convert a home at 131 East Mount Pleasant Avenue into a professional office be postponed until the board's July 21 meeting.

Will Approve Modified Plans For Short Hills West Caterers Modifications to plans approved last year by the Zoning Board of Adjustment for the renovation and expansion of the Short Hills West Caterers were approved by (he board at its monthly meeting Thursday. The catering establishment, formerly known as Patrician Caterers, is located at 345 South Orange Avenue. According to architect Arthur Skatz, the developers originally intended to maintain the present entrance area as a reception room for the ballroom facility. He explained that as alterations and construction progressed,'they realized that

Or. Eslami's Office (Continued from Page 11 all township ordinances. The application being considered is a conventional site plan which does not require any variances.

W. Chris Endres Receives Degree W. Chris Endres, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Endres of 72 North Mitchell Avenue, received a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering from Syracuse University at commencement exercises on May 7. A dean's list student, Endres plans to pursue a master's degree in business administration at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, beginning in September. He is a 1979 graduate of Livingston High School.

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Board member Dominic Car rino noted that parking in the front of the proposed office would place cars eight feel in front of the bagel shop and eight feet higher in elevation. This parking would ruin the 3u foot sidewalk concourse in front of the bagel store, Carrino felt. Board attorney Peter B. Cooper noted thai the locations presented in the photographs were not comparable with the location at 33 East Northfield Road. A concensus of the Board was taken and members agreed that they were opposed to the plan. Although they were against the location of the building, members noted that they would vole to deny the application because of the proposed parking plan, which they felt was unsafe and provided no means of circulation. The formal vote to deny the application will be taken at the July 5 meeting of (he Planning Board

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Pursuant to its Plan of Conversion, The Howard Savings Bank has commenced a Subscription Offering to its depositors as of April 30,1983, who have first priority in purchasing its Common Stock to be issued under the Plan of Conversion. The Subscription Offering will expire on June 30,1983. Each depositor has the right to purchase up to 86,000 shares of Common Stock in the Subscription Offering, subject to the availability of sufficient shares.

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Direct Community Offering for New Jersey Residents Concurrently with the Subscription Offering, The Howard Savings Bank has also commenced a Direct Community Offering of any unsubscribed shares. These shares may be purchased directly from the Bank by individuals (and their personal trusts) who are New Jersey residents The Bank will also pay a fee of $. 60 per share to brokers registered under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, who assist purchasers in the Direct Community Offering and who are named on the Order Forms returned to the Bank.

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Mr and Mrs Phil Marfuggi of Randolph have announced the birth of their first child, Jaclyn Geraldine. on June 14. The little girl weighed seven pounds, six ounces when she was born at Saint Barnabas Medical Center. Mr and Mrs John Lay of Livingston are the baby's maternal grandparents and Mr. Ben Marfuggi of Clifton is the child's paternal grandfather The maternal greatgrandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lay of Iselin and Mrs. Margaret Marsh of Lafayette.

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Steven H Dauerman, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Dauerman of Livingston, has graduated from the University of Nevada at Las Vegas, fle received' the bachelor's degree in hotel and restaurant management Dauerman has accepted a position with Hoolihan's in Mackensack.

Three graduates (4 Livingston High School were named to the dean's list at Muhlenberg College for the spring semester. Earning a 3 5 average with no grade below a C were: Colleen D. Brennan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brennan of 48 West Cedar Street; Michael Ivan Rubenstcin, son of Mr and Mrs. Emanuel Rubenstein of 27 Brookside Place; and graduating senior Kenneth Alan Rubin, sen of Mr and Mrs. Robert Rubin ol 2 Trafalgar Drive

THE SECURITIES ARE NOT SAVINGS ACCOUNTS OR DEPOSITS AND ARE NOT INSURED BY THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION. SUCH SECURITIES ARE BEING OFFERED IN THE CONVERSION PURSUANT TO AN EXEMPTION FROM THE SECURITIES ACT OF 1933 THE PLAN OF CONVERSION HAS BEEN APPROVED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF BANKING OF THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY. HOWEVER, THE SECURITIES HAVE NOT BEEN APPROVED OR DISAPPROVED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF BANKING OR THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION NOR HAS SUCH DEPARTMENT OR CORPORATION PASSED UPON THE ACCURACY OR ADEQUACY OF THE SUBSCRIPTION OFFERING CIRCULAR.

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It is expected that any shares remaining after completion of the Subscription and Direct Community Offerings on June 30,1983 will be sold by underwriters in a Public Offering on a national basis.

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.'he room, which is seven feel high, would be inadequate for the larger ballroom. Under the new plans, Skalz said, the present reception area will be demolished and a larger room built in the same location. The new room will increase the size of the structure by approximately 2.000 square feet and toilet and office facilities, now located in the reception area, will be moved into the new section of the structure. The board will announce its decision at its July £1 meeting.

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Steven J. Kaplan, son of Arnold and Judith Kaplan of West McClellan Avenue, received a juris doctor degree during Brooklyn Law School's 82nd commencement exercises on June lOat Lincoln Center. While attending law school. Kaplan served as
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9-5 pm Oak Leaf (F-OM) 12:00 noon Wed. June 29 High School OMUwrd(F-OM) Tues. June 28 Northland Rec. Cntr. 10:30am Pre-SchooKF-OM) Mon. June 27 Memorial Park assched. Six Livingston students were grees by Drew University in Softball - Women's League (RC) awarded bachelor of arts de- Madison at the school's 115th Thurs > |une23 Allgamesat6:30pm annual commencement exerciRained out games from May 26 ses on May 21. JBHvs. Merrigans LHS The students were: Neil Mon. June 27 Douglas Block, Cynthia Irene Rained out games from May 16 David L. Katz of 17 Camelol Cohrs, Ruth Lynne Greenberg, Lowensteinvs.JBH Riker Hill 1 Drive has received an associate Maryrose LaRocca and JenniChicks Girls vs. Sat. Guaranteed Riker Hill 2 in engineering degree from fer Y.Zaph. Landmark vs. Newsweek Harrison John Thomas Soley earned Wenlworth Institute of TechnoSpring A.M. Girls vs. Cigna Burnet Hill his B.A. degree from Drew cum ' logy in Boston, Massachusetts. Wed. June 29 Katz studied industrial engi- laude. S.B.M.C. vs. Satisfaction Guaranteed Riker Hill 1 neering technology at the InstiG. Lowenstein vs. Newsweek Riker Hill 2 Subscribe today. 992-1771. tute. Thurs. June 30 Merrigans vs. Cigna Riker Hill 1 Landmark vs. Spring AM. Girls Riker Hill 2 Softball - Industrial League (RC) Wed. June 29 All games at 5:00 pm Roselle Disposal vs. Howard Savings Heritage 1 SBMCvs.E&K Heritage2 UAC vs. Russell Stoll Heritage BB WE Generals vs Regent St. Gang Mt. PI. 1 Academy Exxon vs. Viking Home Imp. Mt. pi. 2 Lav. Texaco vs. Continental Ins. Memorial INA Aetna vs. Central EDP Mon Ct Newsweek vs. Orange Savings Hillside Sunshine Biscuit vs.USF&G Burnet Hill Softball - A League (RC) Thurs. June 23 All games at 6:30 pm Rained out games from May 16 Beans vs. Amark Heritage 1 North Stars vs. Baskin Robbins Heritage 2 Italian Touch vs. Normans Heritage BB Beef n Bottle vs Landmark Mt. PI 1 Messina vs. WE. Disposal MI PI 2 Hornets Nest vs. Mickeys Memorial Liv. Collision vs. Glen Erin Eggmen Mon. Ct. DiGirolamo vs. Omega Electronics Hillside Mon. June 27 Rained out games from May 23 Amark vs. Liv. Collision Heritage 1 DiGirolamo vs. Hornets Nest Heritage 2 Omega Electronics vs. Messina Heritage BB Glen Erin Eggmen vs. Beef n Bottle Ml PI 1 Mickeys vs. Italian Touch Mt PI. 2 WE. Disposal v*. North Stars Memorial .... Landmark vs. Beans Mon Ct Normans vs. Baskin Robbins Hillside Thurs. June 30 Rained out games from May 26 Amark vs. Hornets Nest Heritage I Liv. Collision vs. Messina Heritage 2 DiGirolamo vs. Beef n Bottle Heritage BB Omega Electronics vs. Italian Touch Mt PI. 1 Glen Erin Eggmen vs. North Stars Mt. PI. 2 Mickeys vs. Beans Memorial W E Disposal vs Baskin Robbins Mon Ct Landmark vs. Normans Hillside Softball - B L e a g u e (RC) Thurs June 23 All games at 5:00 pm Condors vt Knights Burnet Hill Liv Collision vs. J.B.H. Riker Hill Tues. June 28 Schedule will continue - see manager Stflball - Businessmen (RC) ' Wed. June 29 All games at 6:30 pm Capri vs. Maggies Pub Heritage 1 Star Electric vs Racket k Ski Heritage 2 J.B Machinery vs. Liberty Fuel Heritage BB Breen Machine vs Colts Ml PI 1 Far pt-tMns (712) Md tttm (13-11} Carvel vs. Terry Fabrics Mt. PI. 2 Elks vs. Liv. Car Wash Memorial Summer averting aduH claaaas available Nathans vs. Oksenhoms Mon Ct CaH lor free brochure Test Rite vs. Liv. Camera Hillside 377-1140 Seymours vs. Liv. Home Center LHS 2 Green VMIage Rd, Madiaon, N.J.

Drew University Awards Six Degrees to Livingston Students

Associate Degree For David L. Katz

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Jayme Lynn Ratner has been named to the dean's list for the fall and spring semesters at Cornell University's School of Hotel Administration. Ratner. a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, national honor society, will enter her senior year in the fall. A 1960 graduate of Livingston High School, she is the daughter of Samuel and Bunnie Ratner of Cornell Drive.

Tina M. Petillo was among 206 men and women who received doctor of osteopathy degrees from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in commencement exercises held on June 5. Dr. Petillo is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Joseph P. Petillo of Lee Road She is a graduate of Livingston High School, and holds a B S degree from Seton Hall University.

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Elected Secretory Jed Matza, son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Matza of Livingston, has been elected secretary of the Alpha Chi Rho fraternity chapter at Trenton Stale College. A 1980 graduate of Livingston High School, Matza recently completed his junior year at the school with a 3.9 semester grade point average.

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TinaPetillo Earns D.O. Degree

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Bart K. Gershenbaum, son of Mr and Mrs. Arthur Gershenbaum of Brayton Road, has received the DO. (doctor of osteopathy) degree from the Philadelphia College pf Oste* pathic Medicine. Dr Gershenbaum received his degree in commencement exercises at the Academy of Music on June 5. Dr. Gershenbaum is a graduate of Livingston High School, and holds a B.A. degree from the University of Colorado.

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Saddow Receives National Honors Stephen Edward Saddow, son of Mr and Mrs. Edward M Saddow Jr of I I West Me Clellan Avenue, has received honorary award recognition in the sixth edition of the Nation's Dean's List. 1912-1913. Only one-half of one per cent of students at approximately 3,000 participating colleges and universities are Included in the program A May graduate of the Western New England College School of Engineering with a B.S. degree in electrical engl neerlng, Saddow is employed as an electronics engineer by the US. Army Civilian Command al Picatlnny Arsenal

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Town to Auction Police Cars, Motorcycles and Cars Saturday A public iiui'hmi uf Hinv fiirniiT point' itiilrol t-iirs and several iilht-r tars ami motor

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Township manager Robert H. Harp will auction three 1982 Dodge Diplomat cars which had been used by the Police Department as patrol cars. A minimum price of $2,500 each has been set for the cars, each of which has about 60,000 miles on Ihe odometer. In addition a 1971 Plymouth Kury and a 1968 Chevrolet Camaro will be auctioned off. These cars were abandoned, and they have about 96,500 and 112,000 miles on them, respectively. The Police Department will also offer six motorcycles and mopeds for sale. These range from full machines in running Santoro Speaking order down to others that have many parts missing. On Breast Disease All of the vehicles will be sold Elissa Santoro, M . I ) , of "as is," and can be seen on Livingston, attending in Saturday morning before the surgery at Saint Barnabas sale. Medical Center and medical director of the American Cancer Society's "Reach to Recovery program, will speak on

Awarded Degree Anthony J. Falcone of Livingston received a B A degree in business administration from New England College in Henniker. New Hampshire, at the school's 36lh. conynencement exercises held recently. Falcone is the son of Domenic K. and Helen Falcone of Livingston. Classified advertising pays! C a l l 992-1771.

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Six sixth grade Burnel Hill students were honored last Kriday at Ihe school's awards assembly. Receiving citizenship awards and citations for overall academic achievement were Sandy Khrel. Matthew Friedman. Jeff (iansberg, Adam Shapiro, Amy Jacksic and Christina Wanal, pictured heiv with principal Waller Motz. ^

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Cornell University Has Graduation Cornell University held its annual commencement exercises on Sunday, May 29. Five Livingston residents were among the 4,400 students to receive degrees. Edward E. Siegel, son of Sheila and Ramsey Siegel of 91 Springbrook Koad, received a bachelor of architecture degree. While a student at the university, he was a founder and editor of the Cornell Journal of Architecture and was one of four students chosen to represent the school in the recent Soling Skyscraper Competition, a student contest among architectural schools in the northeast. During his senior year, he was one of seven undergraduate architectural thesis students to receive a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts for the production of his thesis, and he served as an ambassa-

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Seven Livingston residents were among the 67 graduates at the 87th commencement at Mount Saint Dominic Academy in Caldwell held on June 10 in Boy toStrykere the student center of Caldwell College. The graduates are Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Stryker Nancy Caballes, Jane Diof Tinton Falls have announced Gregorio, Carol Donlin, Karen the birth of their first child, Drucker, Geralyn Miller, MeEric Manning Stryker, on May gan O'Connell and Elena Silano. 29. The baby weighed seven The diplomas were presented pounds, 13 ounces when he was by Sister Barbara Moore, prinborn at Monmouth Medical cipal, and a reception for the Center in Long Branch. graduates and their families Mrs. Stryker is the former followed. Patricia Raabe, daughter of In addition to the graduation Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Raabe ceremony, an award assembly Jr. of Livingston. was also held to acknowledge the achievements of the stuLivingston. businesses pay dents. Senior Nancy Caballes Livingston taxes. Shop locally. was awarded a certificate of

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of Dave Brief, Todd Schwartz Reds*, Brewers 3 and Dave Pack propelled the The Reds beat the Brewers 6A's to a 14-2 victory over the 3 to guarantee themselves at determined Twins. Pete least a tie for first place in the Luciana's sjellar defensive play second half of the season. Brad at third base and total team Leff pitched well, walking only defensive enabled the A's to three and giving up seven hits lt> II was a classic duel between quita each had singles. Marly even their record at 3-3. Elliot bring his record to7-0. Mark Mendoza of the Pirates Durkin homered in the second Warren, I r a Mark, Jeff Model Leff was aided by a strong and (Jlen Holiday of the Tigers. inning for three RBIs while and Billy Friedman contributed Reds defense. Vince Arloro Mark recorded ten strikeouts Brad Leff, John Nittolo and greatly to the winning effort. threw out a runner at second on while Glen had eight. The Vinnie Arloro recorded doubles. The game was a pitching duel a ball hit to center field to steal Tigers scored one in the first in In the bottom of the seventh, Citron's hit. The Pirates lied it with the score Pirates 14 and for five innings until the A's a hit. Ken Duca nailed two erupted for seven runs in the top runners trying to steal and Leff in I he sixth when Mark Men- Rangers 11, Greg Saccone of the sixth. The big hit was a grabbed I wo line drives, turning do/a walked and Mike Shatz tripled to win his own game homer by catcher Dave Brief. one into a double play. Robbie drove him in with a single. I n after an RBI single by Durkin The Twins should be com- Kalishman threw out a runner the top of the eighth the Tigers which scored Mesquita and mended for a fine performance al the plate to help kill a Brewer again took the lead as Citron DeFusco to tie the score. and a great display of sportsrally in the seventh after thay scored. The Pirates came back Joe Valentine, Steve Bernmanship. had scored two runs. as Mark Mendoza tripled and stein and Mark Mendoza had scored on Don Pecora's single. three hits while Mike Shatz had Mike Fischgrund went two for A League Mike Shatz scored the winning a triple and Mike Clark had a two and Colin Wixson was one Kastern league Paula J Kaufman, daughter run on an error. for one with a double and an Pirates .1. Tigers 2 single for the Pirates. iif Howard and Jean Kaufman RBI for the Reds'offense. A's 16. Brewers 5 Western League of 3 Sheffield Court, was This victory gave the Pirates The A's ended their season on Athletics 7. Reds 4 awarded the doctor of veteriReds IJ, Twin* I the IH'SI record overall with an the upswing with a 16-5 victory nary medicine degree from The Reds beat I be Twins 13-1 I I 4 mark. With three teams The A's upset a determined Ohio State University's College behind the four-hit pitching of making the playoffs (Tigers, Reds squad by the score of 7-4. over the Brewers. The pitching and hitting of Bobby Linzer and Joe Mesquifa. Mesquita walked of Veterinary Medicine on June Braves and Pirates) the Pirates Bobby Lincer's outstanding the offensive support of Dave 10. only two and struck out seven. receive a bye in the first round. pitching and hitting carried the Brief. Dave Pack. I r a Mark, He was helped by center fielder A 1973 graduate of Livingston Hangers 15. Pirates 14 A's to the victory. The return of Vince Arloro, who look two hits High School, Dr Kaufman also Greg Saccone went the Dave Pack inspired the A's Todd Schwartz, Chris DelPlato. Pete Luciana and Elliot Warren away from the Twins. He threw did her undergraduate work at distance to record a win for the hitting attack as Dave Brief, carried the A's to their fourth a runner out at first on a line Ohio State University. UNICO Rangers' final game of Chris DelPlato, Todd Schwartz, second half win. The game was drive over second and dove to the season. David De Pusco, Billy Friedman. Pete Luciana. highlighted by the sound catch a pop fly behind the shortMarly Durkin, John Nittolo, Elliot Warren, Ira Mark and defense of (he A's, with stellar stop. Greg Saccone and Chris St. Jeff Model wielded hot bats To place your classified ad in performances by Elliot Warren The Reds pounded out 13 hits. Thomas each recorded two hits. The game was highlighted by a the West Essex Tribune call 992at second base. Dave Brief Arloro went four for four with Brad Leff. Vinnie Arloro, near bases-loaded Reds come1771 before noon Tuesday. Robbie Falishman and Joe Mes- back halted abruptly by an out- behind the plate, and the out- two triples and three RBIs. field trio of Ira Mark. Jeff Robbie Kalishman went two for standing running catch of a Model and Todd Schwartz. three with a triple, and Glen sinking line drive by A's centerChris DelPlalo. Dave Pack and Lansky was two for three with a BarbiQSei. fielder Todd Schwartz The "Have your Gas Grill Servi Pete Luciana contributed key double and three RBIs Reds should be commended for by the Professionals defensive plays to squelch a fine effort as both clubs The Twins' hitting was by numerous rallies by the demonstrated the true spirit of Eric Ross, a triple, Dave determined Brewers. The Babe Ruth Baseball - SportsBattito, Dave Dias and Andy Brewers should be commended Levi. manship, Pride and Character. for their outstanding sportsA's 14. 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492 Receive Diplomas At High School Ceremony (Continued from Page I) were in the top ten per cent in the state. Livingston students earned several awards in a language competition at Rider College, and three students were named to all-star bands. The school's (ley Club was rated top in the state in community service, and a member of the class took first place in the state in a workstudy program competition. In the area of athletics, 24 seniors have been named to all-star teams and won tournament honors; teams have taken a

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June 23,1983 I I,II air conditioner. -.. The members of the Board agreed to waive a formal eityi iiinincnlal impact statement; however, they requested that iht' applicant prepare a letter ninlaming drainage figures, The applicant's archileci. muse calculations and address William Parker, provided mlm mg other environmental conmation about the proposed heal Hoard members also exing and ventilating equipnienl pressed concern for the appliwhich had been requested by cant s plan to extend the Vogue Board members at the last Coilfures beauty salon lo the meeting. He noted that the unit I mill set hack line of the lot would not provide any more noise than a standard reside" ' They also requested that the applicant attempt lo make the long wall facing the residences on Concord Drive look as residiploma with honors. Keohune was the recipient ol dential us possible. the Frank Tracey Award for Kcsidents of Concord and Vil Excellence in Physical Educa lagc Drives have expressed lion.' many reservations about the application during the previous meet ing and in letters to the editor ill Hie West Essex Tribune. Edward Connolly, attorney for the applicant, told the many Kenneth Rudolph of Living ston was among the 40 young neighbors attending the meetmen to graduate from Oratory ing that every effort was being inatlt' lo accomodale the resiPrep High School on Saturday dents, hut that the applicant morning, June 4. was not going lo abandon the Rudolph, who was the vale dictorian of the class, gave the project. valedictory address during HueJo the late hour, the apcommencement exercises plication was adjourned to the which were held in St. Teresa's next meeting which will be held church in Summit. UII.IIIK "i

Present Revised Plan For Stored And Salon on S. Livingston Ave. In deference lo the nearly 50 members of the community who attended Tuesday evening's Planning Board meeting, I lie Hoard heard a portion of the application to construct stores and expand an existing beauty parlor at 498 South Livingston Avenue despite the late hour The original site plan, which had been presented al the last meeting of the Hoard, had included a 5H0 square fool addi lion lo the existing Vogue Coif furesjnnlding, the demolition of the existing residence which is It Michael D.niiliak. son of attached to the salon and the Mr and Mrs Kaymond Dim construction of a one-story, chak ol i> Hillary ( n u l l , has re 5,500 square fool commercial reived I lie doctor ill medicine building on the site, which abuts degrw I K H I I Hie (ieorgclown a IS foot wide, township owned t inveisily Mcihral School in sewer easement Washington, l>( The school's The applicant, Brian Gel commenrrmeiil exercises were hard, presented a revised site held May 2H al I lie Kennedy plan which reduced the size of Center the construction by 496 square A l«7."i graduate ol Hie Del feet or 15 lineal feet, and re barton SCIIIHII. l)i Danchiik duced the number of store renearned a II S decree in chemi tal areas from eight to seven cal engineering summa cum The revision added three parklaude Iriiin Lalayettc Culled' ing stalls, bringing the total to He holds membership in Tau ;il, or six more than the minBeta I'tn honorary engineering society l)r Oanthak will hc|>ina residency in m-ntTJil surgery in July al the l i m r r s i l y of Medi cine and llenlislry of New Jersev in Newark

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14 Graduate At Scion Hall Prep Fourteen Livingston students were among 258 seniors at Scton Hall Preparatory School in South Orange who received diplomas at graduation ceremonies on June 11. Keceiving diplomas were Eugene M Uolen, William J . Browne, Michael G. IleGeurge, I'eter 1). DcVenezia, Mark G Fitzgerald, Patrick Klinn. Michael T. Hanlon, Martin J llealy, Gregory Julich, Michael W Keohane, Paul G Murtha, John Kega, Aldo Kusso and (ilennJ Stansbury

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THANKS FOR VOl'K H E L P . Volunteers at the Daughters of Israel Geriatric (enter in West Orange were honored at (he group's volunteer luncheon on June 8. Here, MM' president Kdward Wake of Livingston congratulates Arlene Duboff of Livingston. Sylvia Taniienhaus of Madison, Hose Fish of Verona and Sylvia Cherlow of Livingston. Make was recently re-elected lo another term as DMM' president.

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Protect Yourself To the Editor: My name is I'alriria M. Itanexca My lainilv resides at m East Northfield Koad, Livingston We have lived here for three years When we bought our home, interest rates were skyrocketing, which left us with u small choice of homes to choose from We wanted lo live in Livingston for (he same reasons you all have homes in this town. When we bought our home, . there was an empty lot next door We were told half of this property was residential and the corner lot further away was commercial for small business. Dr Eli Cun bought this piece of property lo develop for Big Business i his home is in Essex Kelts < General office. The Atkins building is also a general office building which now is usetl mainly fur Medical use hecause of its being located so close to SI Barnabas I understand everyone wants to get ahead and make money. So do I But now my home will decrease in value and it will be more difficult to sell in our future He i D r Curl i. has been granted a means lo make money and I have been denied All of the neighbors in the area were at the meeting, opposed to the si/.e of Ihe building on land zoned as a residential transitional lot which means to build down, not up, tu coincide with residential properties in the surrounding area. Our oppositions are: 1 It will decrease Ihe price of our home i which we have worked so hard for i 2 Takeaway what htl le privacy we have now

:( Will cause more drainage problems. 4 Endanger our childrens' lives 5 Increase traffic in the area 6 Increase noise 7 Light pollution H Air pollution i from car exhaust > 9 Medical residents work ing Imurs continue till ti or 10 p in I am appalled at (he Hoard's decision with all of the opposition they received from the neighbors I am writing this letter lo Marn residents in Livingston »ho live next to empty lots. Please check with the town hall to find out what kind of land is next to you Protect yourselves. If it is commercial and you are opposed to living next to a business for any reason, sell Before you lose all Patricia M Hariexca 2W East Northfield Koad Livingston

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Let's say, for example, there will be a minimum of ten chairs. This will automatically use up ten parking spaces for the operators Another one for a receptionist is also a possibility. Out of the proposed 28, we now have 17 left. But wait, now we come to the other eight stores. Assume each one has one clerk and the owner. They will utilize another 16 spaces which leaves one parking space for one customer. This is not theory — this is fact, and it proves to me that all the other customers will have no choice but to park on Concord Drive. This is totally unacceptable to me and my neighbors! My second thought is the fact that our courts are very much overworked now. We have a dangerously high rate of shoplifting and mugging now at Livingston Mall. This new Mall will only add more problems for the police, Fire Department and the courts. Do we really need it? The answer is a definite no! We do not need' or want any more stores at Northfield Center, particularly when they so blatantly infringe on our already heavily trafficked neighborhood. Anne Adrian Shalkoff 18 Concord Drive Livingston

Maletta-Antoniello Nuptials Held in Mount Carmel Church Lisa Ann Malelta, the daughter of Alphonse Maletta of Orange, became the bride of Gerardo Antoniello Jr. on May 28 in Mount Carmel Church, Orange. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerardo Antoniello of 36 West Cedar Street. Following the high Mass, a reception was held in the Wayne Manor. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a beaded lace gown which featured lace sleeves, a low neckline and a cathedral train She wore a beaded hat with lace and carried a white parasol. Eva Scarpa of Bloomfield served as matron of honor while the bridesmaids were Joann Antoniello of 283 West Mt Pleasant Avenue, Ida Perna of Orange, Mary Ann DaCunzzo of Belleville and Pea Fichettie of Long Island. The attendants wore peacock blue taffeta gowns in an early 1900s style with plunging necklines and bustle backs They carried white parasols with pink and white carnations and baby's breath wrapped around the handles The ring bearer was Armando Masulloof West Orange. Salvatore Antoniello of 36 West Cedar Street served as best man for his brother The ushers were Salvatore Scarpa of Bloomfield, Michel Inga,

Nicky Pantopicos and Robert Barbella, all of Livingston. The ushers wore black formal attire, top hats and carried canes. The bride attended Our Lady of the Valley in Orange, Pelham High School in New Hampshire and Montclair State College. She is the owner of Unique Hair Designe in Lincoln Park. Her husband, a graduate of Livingston High School, is employed by Nino's Foreign Cars in Orange.

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Place Third In Gymnastic Meet Livingston residents, Neely Schonfeld and Beth Singer, each placed third in their respective events at the Garden Slate Gymnastic Center skill meet conducted June 18 at the center in Orange. Schonfeld, a ten year old member of (he Beginner I I I program at the center, earned 13.4 on the beam and 37 on the bars for her third place ribbons. Singer, also a ten year old member of the Beginner I I I program, scored 135.8 in the allaround competition to win her third place ribbon.

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ices Sun H:3ua.m.-Service Mon Wed 6:50a m & 8 p m •Services Wed H :to p m . - Congregatiunal Meeting (., HRKSHYTF.HIANdllRdl OF UVIMiSTON \ Rev. Dr. William Ackernian Kfv.lhtrulhySperhl Associate Minister Thurs. 7:110 p m Worship & Faith Sun 7:30a m - Men's Prayer Breakfast Sun 9 : i o a m • Child Care Through Second Grade Sun 9:30a.m. WorshipServ ice, "Face I jfe With Courage" Tues. 6:30 p.m - Newark Preshytery

WEST KSSKX BAPTIST (IILtUil Dr. Bruce J.Allen Pastor 222 Laurel Avenue Sun 9:45 a m Bible St-huol Sun II a m - Morning Worship Sun 645 p m • Pre-Service Prayer Sun. 7 p.m. - Evening Family Hour Mon Wed. 9:30 a.m. to noon • Vacation Bible School Tues 7 p m . Weightlifting Wed 7:15 p m - Prayer & Praise Wed 7:15 p . m C Y F

ST. MARY'S ARMENIAN APOSTOLIC CHURCH 200 W. Ml. Pleasant Avenue The Rev lluussig Bagdasian Fri 5:30 p.m. - Armenian Language Classes Sun. 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship Sun. 10a m. - Divine Liturgy

GRA( E LUTHERAN CHURCH 304 So. Livingston Avenue Rev. Dr. John Mark Goerss Pastor Thurs 8 p.m Choir Sun. 8:30 a.m. Lutheran Hour WHN1050 KHZ Sun. 9:30 a m LH Communion (Blue) Sun 3 p m . Young Couples Trip to Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn & Dinner Tues 1 p m • AL ANON LIVINGSTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 2S4W.llubartGapRd. at Walnut Rev. Thomas T. Trainer Thurs 10a.m. -Sewing Circle Thurs.7:30p.m -Choir Fri. 6:30 p.m.-Wi-Bands Sun 10 a.m. -Worship Service Sun. 10:30 a.m. - Child Care, Infant to Age Five TEMPLE BETH SHALOM 193 E. Ml. Pleasant Avenue Rabbi Samuel Cohen Cantor Henry Butensky Thurs. 8:15 p.m. - Calendar Meeting Fri 7:30 p m - Sabbath Evening Services & Consecra lion of Officers Sat. 9:15a.m. - Sabbath Morning Services TEMPLE EMANU EL HMW.NorthfieldKoad Rabbi Peter K. Kasdan Cantor Mikhail Manevich Cantor Emeritus l^uis E. Davidson Thurs. 8 p.m - Adult Bat Mitzvah Rehearsal Fri. 8:30 p.m. • Sabbath Eve Service Guest Speaker: Annette Daum Sat. I I a.m. - Sabbath Worship & Adult Bat Mitzvah Mon. 8:30 p.m. - Social Action Committee

LIVINGSTON UNITED KOREAN METHODIST CHURCH 2»4W.Hobarl Gap Road at Walnut (hong-Man Kim. Pastor Sun 2 p.m. - Worship and Church School

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700 Club Revival Time Rev. Joseph DePasquale Fri. 7 p.m. - Mission ettes/Royal Rangers Sun. 9:45 a.m. - Sunday School, All Ages Sun. 11 a.m. - Worship Service. Sun. 6 p.m. - Youth Group. Wed. 7:30 p.m. Bible Study/Choir CHURCH OF OUR LADY OF T H E BLESSED SACRAMENT ' a Livingston Ave., Roseland Rev. Msgr. Edward J. Fleming Pastor Rev. Edward G. Furrevig Rev. Dennis Mahon Weekend Assistant Rev. John F.Pagach Pastor Emeritus Sister Rulh Ann O'Neill SSJ, School Principal Jacqueline Demoreuille Ph.D., Religious Education Coordinator Daily Masses 6:45 and 8:45 a.m. Sat. Masses 8a.m. &5p.m. Sun. 8:30am , 10 a.m., 11:15 a.m. & 12:30 p.m. - Masses Confessions - Sat. 11:15 a.m. to noon & after 5 p.m. Mass;Mon. Evenings 6:30 to 7 p.m.,Eves of 1st Fri.: 7:30 to 8 p.m.;Eves of Holy Days: after 7:30 p.m. Mass Mon 7 p m - CCD Grades 7 & 8 Tues. & Wed. 3:35 p.m. - CCD Grades 1-6 Sat. 8:30a.m. -CCD Grades 16 ST. PHILOMENA'S CHURCH 3XS South Livingston Avenue Msgr. William J.Daly Pastor Rev. Michael Sheehan Rev. James White Rev. Robert O'Leary Sister U n a Picillo, School Principal Sister Maureen Murnane CCD Principal Weekday Masses - 7. 8:30 a.m.,7:15 p.m. Sat. Masses - 8:30 a.m., 5 p.m.,&7:30p.m. Sun. Masses - 7:30, 9, 10:30 a.m., Noon

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An application for a second floor addition to the home of Michael Goldberg al 22 Burnet Hill Road was also approved by the board. The 11 foot, six inch by 34 feet space, which will contain two bedrooms and a bathroom, will stay within the lines of the existing house.

Sun.-Special Ed. CCD Mon 4Tues 3:30p.m CCD

Masses, Eve of Holy Days 7:30 p.m. Masses, Holy Days - 7, 8:30 a.m.; 7:30 p.m. Wed. 7:15 p.m. - Miraculous Medal Novena Mass Penance - Mon. 6:45 to 7:10 p.m.; Sat. 11 a.m. to noon, 4:30 t o 5 p m fc Upon Request Baptism - Fourth Sunday of Each Month at 2 p.m.

Funeral Services For Mrs. Bjorkman Funeral services were held this week for Esther A. Bjorkman or Livingston, who died al the age of 74 on Sunday, June 19, at Saint Barnabas Medical Center after a short illness.

THE FEDERATED CHURCH OF LIVINGSTON formerly Livingston Baptist Church and Olivet United Church of Christ Livingston Center Rev. Horace Hunt Thurs. 8 p.m. - Choir Rehearsal Fri. - Sat. • ABW Conference at Monmouth College in Long Branch Sun 10 a.m.-Worship TRINITY COVENANT CHURCH E. Cedar SI. and NorlhfieM Hd. Rev. George B. Ella Pastor Thurs. 2 p.m. - Bible Study Fri. - Sun. - All-Church Re treat at Pilgrim Pines, New Hampshire Sun. 10a.m. - Worship Service — Reverend Michael Redmond speaks

Born in Monlclair, Mrs. Bjorkman had moved lo Livingston 28 years ago from Grange. She was a member of the Brookdale Baptist Church in . Bloomfield.

HONORED FOR LEADERSHIP. Livingston resident Ronald M. Slurli (third from left), outgoing president of the Association of the Federal Bar of the SUte of New Jersey (AFBSNJ). was honored by that group recently for his leadership and service. Sturli. a partner in the Newark law firm of Hannoch, Weisman, Slern, Besser. Berkowilz & Kinney. was cited at a dinner held at Mayfair Farms in West Orange. Shown with Sturtx are: U.S. Dislricl Court Judge Herbert J . Slern. first assistant I S Attorney General and incoming AFBSNJ president Maryanne Trump Barry and Thomas F. Campion, immediate past president of AFBSNJ.

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Sun. 11 a.m. -Nursery NORTHF1ELD BAPTIST CHURCH Norlhfield Center Rev. Charles R. Thomas Sun. 9:30 a.m. - Morning Worship & Church School Sun. 7 p.m. - Young Adults Wed. 7:30 p.m. - Midweek Worship & Prayer CHURCH OF THE LIVING GOD I M West NorthfieM Road EstelleSirigos Interim Pastor Thurs. 8 p.m. - Prayer Service Sun. 11 a.m. - Morning Worship Sun. 11 a.m. - Children's Sunday School

ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev. Otto L.M.Lolk Rector M E . Ml.Pleasant Ave. Thurs. - Sat. - Diocese of Newark "Journey in Christian Living" Thurs. 7:30 p.m. - Evening Prayer Sun. 8a.m. - Holy Eucharist Sun. 10 a.m. - Morning Prayer, Homily, Nursery k Coffee Hour Tues. 9a.m. - Holy Eucharist TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM 300 E.NorthfieM Road Barry R. Friedman. Kabbi Dr. Joachim Prim Rabbi Emeritus Ronnie D. Cahana Ass'tto the Rabbi Jerrold Held. Cantor Fri. 8:30 p.m. Sabbath Evening Services & Rabbi Cahana speaks Sat 10 a.m. - Sabbath Morning Services

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Knr the second lime this year William Bunsavage has been named sales counselor of the month by Degnan Boyle — Realtors. Representing Degnan Boyle's Livingston and West Orange offices, he had a volume of more than $820,000 in May. Livingston trial attorneys Marvin Pincus and William Schkeeper will make presentations at Ihe annual convention of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America next month. (iladvs Brnson has been named Medical Staff secretary at West Essex General Hospital. BBS Securities Group, the holding company for the investment banking firm of Bevill, Brrslrr and Schulman, Inc., of Livingston, has acquired Hanauer. Stern and Company. The acquisition makes BBS one of Ihe largest regional investment banking firms specializ ing in fixed income securities. Allan reid has been elected second vice president of the New Jersey Association of Plumbum Heating-Cooling Contractors. Inc., one of the oldest trade associations in the country Poster Wheeler Boiler Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Livingston's Poster Wheeler Corporation, has received a $6 million contract from Midwest Solvents Company of Illinois for the design, engineering and construction of a coal-fired fluidized bed steam generating plant. Paul 8. Miller of Livingston NOTICE OF HEARING NOTICE » hereby given by I he Board of Assessment of the Town thip of Livingston thai June 77, IMJ. • I 7 30 p.m . it hereby fined as the dale and time, and the Township Hall. 367 South Livingston Avenue. Livingston, New Jersey a> Ihe plan for
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Cystic Fibrosis Meeting June 28 The Essex County branch of the Greater New Jersey Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (CF) will meet at Saint Barnabas Medical Center on Tuesday, June 28, starting at 7:30p.m. The evening program will be presented by Dr. Moises Simser, a cystic fibrosis and pediatric pulmonology specialist Dr. Simser, who is director of pediatric pulmonology and intensive care at Children's Hospital of New Jersey in Newark and is associated with Saint Barnabas, will present a program on CF treatment. Mary Boland, R N , M A P P . , also of Children's Hospital, is also scheduled to speak. The meeting is open to parents of children with CF, young adult patients and any interested persons. Branch expansion will also be discussed. For additional information, call the Foundation's Totowa office at 790-3100.

SHERIFF'S SALE SUPERIORiCHANlAJs SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JEH SEY, CHANCERY DIVISION. ESStfX COUNTY. DOCKET NO F 994*11 HUDSON CITY SAVINGS BANK, a Banking Corporation oi the Stale ol New Jersey. PLAIN TIFF, vs. CLAUDETTE COOOEN, separated, and MR GOODEN. husband ol Claudette Gnoden. DEFENDANTS Eieculion For Sale of Mortgaged Premises By virtue ol Ihe above Haled writ of Eiecution. to me directed, I shall eipose for sale by Public Auction, in Sheriff's Office. Easet County Courts Building in Newark, Newark, on on Tuesday, Tuesday, Ihe Ihe 5th day of July July nest, neit. at at one-lnirty one-lhirl PM.'Prevailing Time) Property tobeutkl is located in Ihe City of Newark. County of Essen .Slate of New Jersey Tai Lot 15 in Block I»I7 Premises known aa H I North Mh Street Dimensions »feel by 100 feet and MS feel %', inches from In lercection of «th Avenue West A full legal description of Ihe ore mises can be found in Ihe Offices i/lhe Register of Deeds and the Sheriff i* EstexCnunty " • The approximate amount of Ihe JudgmenlTo be satisfied by said sale is the sum of TWENTY FIVE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED THIRTY DOLLARS and SIXTY FIVE CENTS . together with Ihe rials of this sale The Sheriff reserves the right to adjourn Ihe sale Imm lime tu time as rovidedbyLaw lewark.NJ MayJI.iaN THOMAS/ D F1HBT*"'"**. AI.KS.SU >,JSheriff _ . rl*lrwU40 \M l« l#pis. Lepisa Curley, Attorneys June»,l l,l»M10,l«l 173 44

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Four Applications Approved by Board The Zoning Board of Adjustment Thursday unanimously approved four applications for additions and alterations to Livingston homes. Arthur Haas of 451 South Livingston Avenue received permission to build a laundry room and sundeck addition on his house. The applicant, who had received approval for the project in 1979 but never began the work, said he chose to construct the addition at the southeast area of the home because of its accessibility to the house's plumbing and family room. The board also agreed to a request for a sundeck extension at the home of Solomon Mosli at 9 Eton Road. In his testimony before the board, Mosli stated that the nine by 11 foot extension would allow him to observe children playing in his backyard pool. The new deck space will follow the sideline of the present sundeck, which is located on the east side of his property. Arnold Safirstein of 46 Stonewall Drive, who was given approval by the board in March for a master bedroom/bath addition, returned to the board Thursday with an amended application. During his testimony, the applicant said the previous application contained inaccu rate calculations, forcing him to return to the board with new plans He added that the addition will remain the same shape but the size will increase slightly

SUPERIOR. (CHAN) A U SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JEH SEY, CHANCERY DIVISION. ESSEX COUNTY, DOCKET NO F M W I I , HECTOR MONTALVU and CARMEN MONTALVO. PLAINTIFF, vs EDWINA ORTIZ. DEFENDANTS Eieculion For Sale Sa of Mortgaged Premises • B virtue ue ofihe above state stated writ i ol By dd I shall hll Execution, to me directed. i expose for f sale l by b Public Pbli A Auciion, in SHERIFF'S OFFICE, Essn County Court* Building in Newark, on Tuesday, Ihe 11th day of July nem. al onelhirtyP M . 'Prevailingtimei All Ihe following tract or parcel of land and premisea nereinafter particularly described, situate, lying and being in Ihe City of News A , In Ihe " My of Essea and Stale of New ..JGINNING in the northwesterly corner of IMh Avenue and South ISln Street, thence' 11 northerly 13 degrees easterly along Ihe westerly line of South llth Street N M feet. fhence 11) northerly (7 degrees 57 minutes westerly B feel, tntnee 131 southerly a degrees westerly M « feel to the northerly line of IMh Avenue, thence i4i southerly along ihe same *7 degrees easterly IS feet lo Ihe point andplaee of BEGINNING BEING commonly known aa 571 IMh Avenue, Newark, New Jersey The approximate amount of Ihe judgmentTa be satisfied by said tale is Ihesum of TWENTY ONE THOU SAND ONE HUNDRED FORTY FIVE DOLLARS AND TWENTY EIOHT CENTS, together with Ihe cnalaoftMsule The Sheriff reserves the right to idjourn the sate from time to lime as provided by Law Newark.NJ Junes, 19*3 THOMAS J D A L E S S K ) , Sheriff Korona, Beides a Ealnn. Attorneys JuneM,n,M.July7, IW1 HIM

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Surviving are her husband, Hugo L., at home; three sons, Leonard B. of Bloomfield. Carl Denis of Hackeltslown, and David L. of Flanders; one brother, Edward Berglund of Angola, Indiana, one sister. Mrs. Florence Nilsson of West Orange, and six grandchildren. Funeral arrangements were made by the Tutlte Funeral Home in Randolph, with graveside services and interment on Tuesday at Pleasant Hill Cemetery in Chester. In lieu of flowers the family has suggested that contributions be sent to the Grace Bible Chapel Mission Fund, Chester, N.J. 07930

Trespassers Are Sentenced in CAturt Four men were convicted of trespassing during the June 16 session of Livingston Municipal Court. Sentenced to perform one week of community service each and lo pay $25 to the Violent Crimes Compensation Bureau (VCCB) were Peter Rogers or Parsippany, Mark Tikkanen of New Milford and Martin T. Dillion I I I of 56 Elm wood Drive. A fourth man, Michael Deresky of 16 North Cedar Parkway, was ordered lo perform four weeks of community service. In addition Deresky was fined f 100, court costs of $25, and pay $25 to the VCCB He was fined an additional 925 for fishing without a license. A subscription to the West Essex Tribune is a welcome gift for a friend or a new resident. Call 9921771 today. SHERIFFS SALE SUPERIOR I CHAN IA » SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JER SEY, CHANCtRY DIVISION. ESSEX COUNTY. DOCKET NO t 5ISIIL TALMAN HOME FEDER AL SAVINGS ASSOCIATION PLAINTIFF vs ALEXANDER MINES, el ua. et ab. DEFENDBy virtue of Ihe above slated will of Execution, lo me directed, I shall expiae for sale by Public Auclwn, in Sheriff a Office. Essex County Courts Building in Newark, on Tuesday. Ihe 5th day of July next, al one-lrnrly P M., prevailing Timei all thai tract or parcel of land situate, lying and be ing in ihe CITV of NEWARK in the Counly »( KSSEX in Ihe Slate '* New Jersey BEGINNING al a pwnl in Ihe southeasterly line i4 North Illh Street, al a point therein distant 2*70 fact, measured southwesterly, from Ihe intersection uf Ihe southwesterly line of Park Avenue 'Formerly Uh Avenue i. and Ihe aforesaid soulheaslerly line of North IllhStrcet. and from said beginning point running. I hence < I > South N degrees Hftninulea easl. measured at right angles from Ihe aforementioned snulheaslerly line of North llth Street, a distance of 100 0 feet to a point, thence H i South I I degrees 41 minutes west, a distance of MO feet lo a point, thence Hi NorthM degrees IS minute* west parallel with the first course uf this descnptum, a distance of IMO feel to a point in Ihe aforemenlHmed snutheaalerly line i4 Nwlh Illh Street, thence i«> North I I degree* 41 minutes easl, along Ihe aforesaid southeasterly line of North llth Street, a distance uf MO feet I.. Ihe nun) and place 4 beginning BEING commonly known a* 111 1*1 North Illh Street. Newark. New Jersey THE above description n in atcirdance with a survey prepared by Sailer 4 Sailer, Engineers and I j n d Surveyurs. dated January n, \W% MKfNG TAX MAP BLOC* I M The approximate amount (if the judyrnenUoheulnliedhyjtaidsale is Ihe sum of TWENTY EIGHT THOUSAND ONE IIUNDHF.II EIGHTY SIX IXII.I.AHS and SEVENTEEN I K NTS 'I2M.IMU7I, \» KM her with Ihe n *ts of I his sale The Sheriff reserve* Ihe right !• adjourn Ihe sale from lime l» lime » provided bylaw Newark.NJ May II. 1*1 TrH IMAS / 1 ) ALKSSIO, Shenl Edward Casel, Allnrin i Junet.li.XI.W.IWI till /I SHEHIFFSSAI.K SUPERIOR'* HANi A 71 SUHKHIOH CtlUHT OF NEW JEH SEY. CHANCKRY DIVISION. ESSEX COUNTY. LMK KET NO F 4JM THE FEDEHAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE AS.MK IATION a corporation, PLAINTIFF vs JOHN < MATTHEWS, el »h, UK PENDANTS r:»«ulion For Sak- ol Mortgaged Prtmiw* By virtue of Ihe above staled writ uf RieiutHin, to me directed. I shall expose I'll sale hy Public Auction, in SHERIFFS OFFII K, KMI-» i nunly Courts RuiMIng in Newark, on Tuesday. Ihe IMh day of July m l . al iHie thirtyP M . 'PrevailingTimt'i The prinerly to he sold i* IM ami in thrl'ily of r'jM Orange in lhr<:ount> a,nicr s Office in H<»* m< Faf>7W Tne approMmuif amount of IIH JudgmenUitbe salmfiedhy iaid*itkM> (he sum of TIJIHTY THOl'sANIHtNK HUNDRED TIIIHTY IINK IHllJ.Miv and FOHTY H V K CENTS ' t w i l l 4V. together wilhlhrrimt i,t ihijMle The SheriH reserve* thp nitlit In adjourn the tale from time in time n> provided by Law Newark. V J June t;i, ISKI THOMAS J D AI.F-SSIO Shenll Zurkfr
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June 23,1983 watkowski helped ihe Dolphins the Delia Cleaners Dusters led at first to shut off the Flyers, International League get on the board with five runs Ihe team to a 22-17 victory over who had built a 6-0 lead by the Indians 20, White Sox 9 Flyers II. llruins:t Ihe Craig David Entertainment LIVINGSTON NATIONAL The Eric Wagman Studio third inning. Kerry WeJJuml and Cheryl Stars. The Flyers were led by Indians defeated the Jay's Shoe LITTLE LEAGUE Saccone limited the Llewellyn The Dusters held the Stars lo Box White Sox in a no-hit pitch- Cheryl Saccone, who had a Savings Bank liruins In five hits nine runs in the first four inTHANKS ITS 1983 SPONSORS ing performance by Mike double and sparked a double as the Ml Pleasant Kxxon nings with sharp glove work by Bonder. Bonder went the play with a throw to third basePaul Arnold Associates Livingston Auto Wash Flyers scored five, runs in both Karen Ehret, Jamie Ledistance for the winners, strik- woman Julie Schupper. Kim Arch Rival Livingston Lions Club merman, Anna Johnson and ing out 11 batters and walking Evans and Denise Giblin had the fifth and sixth innings and l.auren Bloomstein. The girls' Baer Concrete Livingston National Bank takea 11-3 victory two hits each and Kelly Welland only six. Denise Giblin. Julie Shupper, fine defensive playing helped Calabria Restaurant Livingston Pharmacy kept the Dolphins scoreless for The Indians were led by John Neely Schoenleld. Tamijiy their team forge an insurmountCenter Pharmacy Livingston Rotary Club Conforti who hit for the circuit the first three innings. Kaplan and Missy U'vinson able 22-9 lead. Central Auto Body Livingston Texaco Sea Hawks H, lancers 3 in four trips to the plate. Mike each contributed two hits in the ' Karen ("apoll, Marni Delman, 1 Comfort Conditioning Llewellyn-Edison Savings The Conforti Conditioning Sea Rothfeld was three out of four, win, which saw ihe Flyers play- Doreen Steinbork, Jessica Maggie's Place 1 Craig David Entertainment Corey Bobker and Brian Hawks scored eight uning one of its beller defensive llynian. Marisa LaPolla and answered runs runs in in ine the third. Fcldman were two out of three, answered Uegnan Realtors Nana'sDeli miiu,w"= Lynn DiGiacomo led the and Jimmy Zimbardi, Mike fourth and fifth innings lo de- ^ » " > e s Delia's Cleaners . , . , . „ (hange Savings Bank Dusters hitting attack with 19 Zuckerberg and Dan Fishman feat the Trane Company Pam S.plensky and L.sa Goff Fidelity Union Bank Pace Buick hits The Slars were led ol all had singles. Greg Drucks Lancers. man pitched well fur the Bruins fensivcly and defeasively by Game Room Pantry Place Deli and Andy Leiwant performed Mary Kay Bushwell, Dara Offensively, Siplensky hada triGarden Cafe Riley 's Ml. Pleasant Exxon .v —•• , „ „ . , Denise Gebroe, Slieryl Weiner. well defensively for the win- Newman, Daniele Slavitt, Mela- Kple and Jennifer Potter, Stacy Paley, Haiti Toupct and Beth »l.isa Kalisher, Donna Del Tufo IB. Hanauer Rheumy Rentals ners. nie Zandman and Melissa Angel Jesky were standouts for Ihe and Jill liashkowitz. Santont Lumber Howard Saving* Bank Robert Trust and Adam had extra base hits and other Bruins. Jay's Exterminating Terri Fabrics Schacter handled the pitching hits were made by Wendy DuGirls Softball Jay's Shoe Httx Trane Com/tany duties for the White Sox and Jon bofr, Melissa Gross, Cory Segal, Juniurs llnico Jeffrey Optics Siegel was the battery mate. Maria Poppalardo and Diann Dusters 20, Haiders ID Slavinski. Slavinski also made Ricky Jentis, Jtjefiard StemGerald Jenlis Optometrist Eric Wagman Studios The Delia Cleaners Dusters pier, JustifTand Roger Black, two catches with the bases 1 Kiumni* Club of Livingston West Essex loaded, turning the second into exploded lor 14 runs in the last Eric FirtK and Scott Farbmen Optimist Club a double play that stopped a two innings In blow out the Wigderi'Jtevntlel^_ jijt-played well in the field for Lancer rally. Sari Yorn, Duboff, Gerry Jenlis Optometrist 1 Knights of Columbus their team. Slavinski and Poppalardo all Raiders in a mine from behind Indians S, A's 1 victory The Eric Wagman Studio turned in great pitching perThe Dusters scored six runs formances. Indians clinched first place in with two out in the fourth. JaSlavinski was elected as most the International League with a mie Lemerman's triple allowed 6 3 victory over the Knights of valuable player for the Sea Karen Capoli and Doreen Columbus A's. The game was Hawks this season. Steinbeck In score, while Karen Capitals 9. Dolphins 5 highlighted by the strong pitchEhret, Anna Johnson, Jeanne The Livingston National Bank ing performance of the Indians' Jamison and Marni Delman Weidner to Oimb Major League NATIONAL LEAGUE Mike Bonder, who struck out 14 Capitals scored eight runs in the followed with run-scoring hits. Cards 12, Giants i L T Standings W players and allowed only two first inning on the way to vicPeruvian Mountain The Rotary Club Cardinals hits and five walks. Chris Nittoli tory over the Nana's Deli Johnson made a grand-slam Major League home run in Ihe fifth that led lo defeated the Kiwanis Club Dr. Daniel Weidner, a 3 0 Braves 14 was just as effective for the A's, Dolphins. Giants 12-3 behind another in the contest between the first 9 0 Maria Polsky, Karen Smilo- an eighliun inning for the member of the Livingston High Cards 9 School social studies destrong pitching performance by and second place teams. 0 9 witz, Alexis Coleman, Trade winners Padres 8 Excellent hitting and fielding Happy Durkin, who allowed 0 Giants 4 14 The Indians took a two-run Rodburg and Sharon Lundy all by Slacey lallien, Jessica Satsky, partment, will be part of a three-man climbing team that only two hits and struck out six lead in the first inning, on scored for the Capitals and Jodi Western League Wendy Schwartzman and Giants. 1 0 Pirates 15 singles by Corey Bobker, Mike Genser turned a single into a Laurie Buer kept the Raiders will scale Mount Huascaran in Peru this summer. Mike Georges got the Cards Zuckerberg, Mike Rothfeld and home run with some fancy 0 9 Cubs 9 out front through three innings. 1|he team will begin climbing 0 off to a 2-0 lead with a clutch two Bonder. The A's came back footwork. ••» Reds 6 10 0 out single in the second inning, with three runs in the top of the Dolphins' pitcher Kim Smith bul the Dusters stayed close Peru's highest Andean peak, Dodgers 4 13 after which the team went on to third, including a triple by shut the Capitals down for the with fine defensive playing by which is 22,335 feet high, on July Texas League 0 score six runs in the fourth Adam Torine and singles by rest of the game, although the Lauren Bloomstein. Erica I Expos 12 3 Dr. Weidner, who has spent 7 0 inning and four more runs in the Keith Anapolsky and Joe Gra- team was never able to catch Cohen, Lemerman, Ehret. Astros 10 Ihe past year training for the up. Clutch hitting by Jamie Johnson and Steinbock. 9 0 fifth inning. Jay Lamer, Jeff nata. Phillies 8 Dusters 22. Slars 17 climb, will leave for Lima, Orioles 2 13 0 Gordon, Durkin and Georges The winners added two more Cohen and RBIs by Debbie Dolcollected two hits apiece and runs in the bottom of the third to berg, Erin Gough and Joy Ko- Sparkling defensive play by Peru, on June 22. Before the International League climb begins, he'll spend one 3 Indians 15 0 Kenny Schultz and Brian Hutter retake the lead on hits by John i week alone on a backpacking 6 0 also hit safely for the winners. Conforti and Brian Feldmen, As 11 trip in the Cordillera Blanca Blue Jays 3 13 0 Jeff Schwartz, Joe Cefelo and and sealed the victory with Andean valley and slopes, loca0 Jason Toupet gave strong de- insurance runs made by Andy's White Sox 2 11 ted 15,000 feet above sea level. fensive performances for the Leiwant's single in the bottom Dixie League The trip will allow Dr. Weidner 1 1 Cards. Tulsa 8 of the fifth. The Indians' deto become accustomed to the Andy Sonnabend, David Ross fense, led by Jimmy Zimbardi, 4 0 Jackson 5 high altitude and give him the and Jamie Greenspan turned in 4 1 Nashville 4 Dan Fishman and Greg Drucks, opportunity to visit remote Inca 1 fine defensive performances for kept additional A's runners 1 Portland 3 ruins and travel on general hik0 the Giants and David Hermes from scoring. 6 Reading 2 ing routes. 7 1 and Marc Horowitz collected Columbus 1 Jeff Wasserman's hitting and For ten days prior to the the two Giants hits. Marc Neu- base running also accounted for Training League climb. Dr. Weidner will also 1 1 bart turned in a valiant pitching a score for the A's. Apollos 8 practice with lines, crampons 4 1 effort for the Giants in a losing Mercuries 7 Training League and ice axes, to prepare himself 3 2 cause. Deltas 5 Vanguards 9, Saturns 2 for various climbing situations. 5 1 Vanguards 4 A towering grand slam home Dr. Weidner, who has Braves 10, Padres i 6 1 Saturns 4 run by Mathew Tronzano was climbed previously in Mexico, Frank Dippold and Pat the highlight of a six-run second 0 Neptunes l 10 the Pacific northwest and Afri Conforti pitched the Lions Club inning, which led to 9-2 victory Girls Softball ca, plans to take photographs on Braves to the team's 13th win, for the Paul Arnold Associates Seniors the trip. He'll use this material 2 1 giving up six hits, six walks and Vanguards. Lancers 10 and incorporate his experiences 2 1 striking out six Orange Savings Capitals 10 Tronzano was the starting when teaching cultural anthro4 0 Bank Padres Rangers 9 pitcher for the Vanguards, holdpology at the high school in the Dippold led the Brave hitters 4 0 Bruins 6 ing the Garden Cafe Saturns fall 5 1 with a home run, double and a scoreless for the first inning. Dolphins 4 single, followed by Dan GoldSea Hawks 6 8 0 Also pitching for the winners 8 0 berg and Jon Weiss, each with a were Aaron Bagully, Robby Flyers 1 pair of singles, Adam Bobker Don't miss the West Essex Patriots 0 13 1 with a double, and singles by Roberts, Marc Alteri, Chad Junion Tribune because bad weather Giardina, Ricky Harrison and ROTARY SCHOLARSHIP: Ralph Milschele, chairman of Ihe 1 0 Ah Hait. T J Calandra, Adam Peter Vasquez. Brian Busichio keeps you from going to Ihe Dusters 11 Livingston Rotary (tub scholarship committee, presents a check to Werdenschlag, Ira Stallberger 3 0 store. Neither rain nor snow Pacers' 8 contributed to the Vanguard Livingston High School senior Stephen Walsh as Jim Bhaskar, 4 0 and Conforti. Raiders 6 hitting attack with two doubles president, looks on. Walsh, who will attend Haverford College in the keeps your mailman from Adam Torine hit a home run delivering the paper right to 7 . 0 Stars 3 that drove in three runs. fall, received a four year scholarship totaling $2,100 from Ihe club your door every week. Call 9927 0 for the Padres Also hitting well Flames 2 Judd Slivka and, Casey during the Kotarv's weekly luncheon meeting at Lam's Restau9 0 were Lou Del Tufo with a double Phalen led the Saturns hitters 1771 to subscribe. Bears 1 rant. and single, John Belotta with a with two hits and one rbi apiece. double, and Eric Rinsky and SHERIFFS SALE SUPERIOR I CHAN i A41 Doug Slrey with singles. Adam Rozansky, Joe Leiwant SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JER SEV. CHANCERY DIVISION. Dreskin and Abbatta pitched and Evan Walsh handled the ESStfX COUNTY, DOCKET NO K pitching chores fur their team. for the Padres. 12JM3. FIDELITY UNION TRUST Girls Softball COMPANY, a N«w J w s j y c o r a . PLAINTIFF, vi BOOKEB SIN Seniors Braves 13. 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Newark, New Jersey Tax Lot No J3 in Block No 3034 Dimensions ol Also hitting were Dan Goldberg Flyers batters for the last three Lot i Approximately) too feel wide by and Adam Werdenschlag, each innings, and Jeanne Joyce, SO feel foni Nearest Cross Street Situate an foe Easterly side of Nairn with a pair of singles, Adam Beth Fischer and Jaimee Cohen Place m n feet from the southeast side of Clinton Avenue Bobker and Dippold with also threw for the team. A complete des< nplion can be found Greer Gelman paced the doubles, and T.J. Calandra and in the Register's office in Book «M. Dolphins at bat with a single Pace 483 Conforti with singles. Tnr approximate amount \A the judgment to be satisfied by said sale is Hap Durkm led the Cards and a double driving in a go(he sum ol TWELVE THOUSAND with a double and two singles. ahead run Smith had a triple EIGHT HUNDRED NINETY EIGHT DOLLARS and SIXTY TWO CENTS Mike Georges had a pair of and single, Cohen recorded a i t l l . 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A MODKI. KKSIDKNT. Harry KivowiU ul Livingston niodflti ol a stagecoach. ihuckMaKon. CuneMoKa wagon and covered wagon that are now on display ul Ihe Livingston Public Library. Kivowilt, a member of the Junior Hirdmen «( America who has been building airplane models since age ten, recently constructed the waKim models from kits provided by the Smithsonian Institute. ^

Burglars Enter Gulf Station Bill Kenning, a co-owner of Livingston Gulf, called police on Sunday. June 19. lo report that the station at 400 West Ml Pleasant Avenue had been entered by burglars sometime Ihe previous evening. The thieves, who entered Ihe station by forcing a rear win dow. apparently searched the office and opened Ihe file cabinets. A deposit bag containing opening money for Sunday morning is the only item reported missing from Ihe office at this time. Attempt Entry One attempted residential burglary was reported to police this week. On June 16, a teenage resident of H6 Kimball Avenue reported that an intruder had attempted to enter his family's home.

I pon entering the kitchen and looking out Ihe window, he saw the pants leg of a while male climbing a ladder which Ihe family had left against Ihe house. The inside screen over the kitchen sink had been pushed in When police arrived, Ihe polenlial intruder had escaped and nothing is reported missing

Bar Milzvah Held Scott Dior and Matthew Endlich were Bar Mitzvah at Temple Beth Shalom's Sabbath Morning Services on Saturday. June 18 Scott Dior is Ihe son of Richard and Sandra Dior and Matthew Endlich is the son of Allen and Ellen Endlich, all of Livingston.

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Residents o[ the Crestview Civic Association with George Fryer as their spokesman, appeared before the Township Committee 40 years ago this week to request that a 34 acre township owned tract opposite Harrison School on North Livingston Avenue be set aside fur future park development. The request was sent to the Planning Board for recom mendatmn At the same meeting, Pell Collins Jr was appointed to a 1 four year term on the Board of Assessors His yearly salary was to he WOO Also, Carl Dres sel was appointed to fill the va canty in the Shade Tree Com mission caused by the entrance , of William Pulford into the Cuast (iuard. Several township owned lots were purchased by residents Allen Valk of Cedar Park pur chased two lots for $500. Mary Polito outbid Alice Raymond for the old Hoffman farm on Beaufort Avenue for $2,700 Librarian Martha Devey announced that the length uf time books could be borrowed from the library was being extended from two weeks to one month because of war-related trans-

portation difficulties. The June 24, 1943 issue of the West Essex Tribune also announced the names of the 38 Livingston students who were graduated from West Grange High School Of the 38, six boys were graduated in absentia because they were in the armed services Four names were added to the honor roll of the Livingston Baptist Church when the roll and service flag were formally presented They were Donald and Douglas Jones, Merlon Force and Mildred Kilgus Laity Township attorney Gaulkin had reached an agreement with Marie A. Williams who owned 16 separate lots which had been due for foreclosure. The township purchased full title on the lots for $75. The featured movies 40 years ago were "White Savage" with Maria Montez, Sabu, and Jon Hall, "Forever and a Day" with Id Lupmo, Charles Loughton, Brian Ahearne, and Edward E Horton; "The Moon Is Down" starring Sir Cedric Hardwicke and Doris Bowden; and '•Reveille With Beverly" starring Ann Miller, Bob Crosby and Duke Ellington.

Gagnon-Zargham Nuptials Held St. Denis's Church in West- Massachusetts, and Brian wood, Massachusetts, was the Simoni of Norwood. setting on Saturday. June I I , for Alicia and Jason Simoni of the marriage of Lynne Gagnon Norwood, the bride's niece and and Stephen Zargham The nephew, were flower girl and bride is the daughter of Mrs. ring bearer respectively at the Lillian Gagnon of Norwood, wedding ceremony and Cynthia Massachusetts, and the brideZinni, also of Norwood, was the groom is the son of Mr. and soloist. Mrs. Dariush Zargham of 4 CoThe new Mrs. Zargham gradventry Road. The bride was given in uated from Russell Sage marriage by her brother, Ste- College in Troy, New York, in ven Gagnon. A reception 1962. A member of the American Physical Therapy Associafollowed the service at Lanla tion, she was previously emna's in Randolph, Massachuployed by Norwood Hospital in setts. Susan Simoni of Norwood, Massachusetts. Massachusetts, the bride's Mr Zargham recently sister, served as matron of graduated from Rennselaer honor. Cheryl Barone of Polytechnic Institute, also in Kingston, Rhode Island, the Troy, New York, where he bride's cousin, Susan Capurso plans to continue his studies of Natick. Massachusetts, and towards a master's degree in Linda Driscoll of Norwich, engineering. He is a member of Connecticut, were bridesmaids. the American Society of Civil Douglas Zargham of Living- Engineers and Alpha Sigma Phi ston was best man for his bro- fraternity. Following a honeymoon trip ther. Serving as ushers were Gerald Guss of Springfield, to Greece, the couple will reside Tom Altschuler of Concord, in Troy, New York.

Stuart Selected For Scholarship Howard Stuart, son of Richard and Eileen Stuart of Livingston, has been selected to receive a full scholarship which will send him to Switzerland for two months this summer. The award was made under a scholarship program sponsored by the Warner-Lambert Foundation and Youth for Understanding ( Y F U ) , an international student exchange program. Stuart will be one of 1,200 American students living with volunteer host families in approximately 21 countries this summer. Each student will participate in family and community activities, the'

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Anita Fenn arid Barbara McWilliams will lead discussion groups dealing with malefemale relationships, as friends or dating, for students entering the tenth grade or older. This group will meet Tuesdays from 4:3uto5:30p.m. An informal after-school program for summer school students will be led by George Firrincili. This program will include discussions, recreational activities and day trips._

Two aspects of the Changing Family Project will continue this summer. Kids who have already participated in groups within this project will work together to prepare a booklet about now they have benefitted from the project, and about what others should expect from it. They will nfeet on Wednesdays from 8 to 9 p m The Changing Family Project is also open to young people whose „ families have experienced change through death, divorce or similar causes. A group is being formed for new participants, and will meet on Wednesdays from 7 to 8 p.m. This and the existing Changing Family Project group will be led by Anita Fenn. A group of students working to prepare a videotape to promote the Livingston Big Buddies program will meet from 6:30 to 7:30 on Wednesdays. A new Cultural Journalism project for students entering seventh and eighth grades will meet Tuesdays from 6 to 7 p.m. Earlier groups have prepared (several newspaper features about interesting Livingston residents and activities which have been published in the West

Essex Tribune. Barbara McWilliams will lead these two groups. As a preview of a new project for Livingston High School, Lauren Chefitz, a 1983 LHS graduate, will help to lead a peer counseling group called T.A.L.K. for group and one-toone counseling. T.A.L.K. stands for Talking And Listening Kids, which describes the group function of listening to each other's problems relating to peer pressure, drugs, divorce and other school and family crises. Most of the programs are flexible, so that students may participate when they are home during the summer, and can miss meetings when the family is on vacation. The Cultural Joujtialism and Changing Family Booklet projects require a more serious commitment. Dr. Raymond DeMaio and Anita Fenn will be available on Mondays through Thursdays to meet informally with young people. All LYSB programs are open to Livingston residents at no charge. Further information on any program is available by calling Barbara McWilliams at 992-9010.

purpose of which is to give the American youth a deeper appreciation and comprehension of world cultures. A junior at Livingston High School, Stuart was chosen for this honor based on YFU's standard selection criteria. Areas include academic achievement, extracurricular activities, personal maturity, the answer to an essay question, and a personal interview. For additional information on YFU's year or summer exchange programs or about hosting an international student, write: Youth for Undtnlawl-^ ifUSIC TEACHES ROBERT WIRTH received an u i u u a l honor this week from the Livingston ing, 3501 Newark Street, fi.W,* femphwy feckmm. f t * Unices of the arches**, wauling to express their ajtfeciatlon to Wlrth far hi* aSkMaaee hi providing the platforms, n u t k stands, chain add some ol the percussion in Washington, D.C. 20016. i t r w r n U wed by Iht L8O. had a tarmitare dally built la move the heavy platforms from (hr music room to the stage. Wlrlh had been injured earlier this year moving the risers without suitable equipment. Above are LSO Iraslec and stage manager Christopher Cone, high school principal Allen Berlin, and the recipient, Robert Wlrth. Robert M. Lampf Photo

Mitchell Glotzer Earns J.D. Degree

Mitchell Mark Glotzer. son of Mr and Mrs Jack Glotzer of Livingston, has received a juris doctor degree from the New England School of Law in Boston, Massachusetts. A 1976 graduate of Livingston High School, Glotzer did his undergraduate work at Boston University. He is presently residing in San Francisco. California, where he is preparing to take the bar examination

-lomeowners: Don't postpone important plans any longer.

The Livingston Youth Service Bureau has planned several programs for youth during the summer, beginning the week of June 27. The groups will meet at the Monmouth Court Community Center. Fred Ecke and George Firrincili will direct a drop-in recreation program for students entering grade six and older, meeting from 6 to 10 p.m. on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Some of the Wednesday evenings will include music by disk jockey Mark Fusari. Barbara McWilliams will lead a drop-in recreation program for children entering sixth and seventh grades on Wednesdays from 4 to 6 p.m. Day trips may also be planned.

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St. Phil's Academy Announces Fourth Marking Period Honors Saint Philomena's Academy has announced the first and second honors lists and the principal's list (or the fourth marking period. First Honors Grade One Kristin Cifelli, Roland Colis, Kathy Healy, Nisha Khanna, Kelly Kraft, Jessica Krol and TraceyWehrfriU Grade Two Thomas Petriw.

Suzanne Brynes. Edwin Cannon, Christina Grade Three Cara Cifelli and Jocelyn Chang, Gina Forlenza, Kristine Go, Michelle Macedo, Paul Songco. Grade Three-B ,. Moretti, Jon Myerges, Timothy Ortyl, Laureen Scherer and Sandy Drucker. Bert Villanueva. Grade Four Grade Two Joanne Frasca. Clint Cabanero, Laura Grade Five-A Noelle Quack and James Caprario, Jason Co, Philip Doucette, Anna Marie Da Cuhna, Sperduto. Frances Entrada, Greg Ernst, Grade Eight-A Donna Detore, Kathy Maher, Dana Fiordaliso, Neal GiaKathy McKay, and Maria comelli, Mary Ladolcetta, Daniel Lauture, Tara Lennon, Mendoza. Marie Neilan, Casey Phelan, Robert Sheridan and Edwin Vasquez Grade Three-A Christian Cabanero, Peter Doucette, John Entrada, John Heebner, Christine Bischoff, Jeanne Jamison, Jeannine Meegan and Margaret Stewart Grade Three-B Marietta Berry, Jennifer Breault, Robert Chung, Cheryl Concepcion, Robert Guyegkeng, Michael Farmer, Lisa Macedo, Amy Montero, Aurora Oliva, Katie O'Meara, Marc Quiam, Madalena Rega, Michael Samojlik and Dennis Vasquez Grade Four Rita Abboud, Roger Antaki, James Farmer, Chris Hanifan, Beth Jamison, Rajan Khanna, Ann Marie Korte, Suzy Krol, Cindy Lao, Tommy Laurita, Christopher Main, Viviane Meerbergen, Ronny Nazzaro, Joanne Pocher, Anjana Rangarao, Emily Tubig and Danielle Zirpoli. Grade Flve-A Mary Kay Bushwell, Nancy Chin, Lisa De Fusco and La laine Lao. Grade Five R Michael Banua, Daniel Ernst, Karen Di Consiglio, Michele La Motta, Linda Nielan, Nicole Quartell and Cheryl Saccone. Grade Six Paul Abboud, Erin Cifelli, Michelle De Guzman, Kevin Donlin, Kerry O'Meara and l-eo Scherer Grade Seven-A Tito Vasquez, Michael Mendoza, Michael Byrnes, Martin Neilan and Tracy Kraeutler Grade Seven-II JudyMurlha

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Greene Graduate* Alan Greene, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Greene of 42 Brandon Avenue, has received a B.S degree in business ad ministration from Elmiru College in Elmira, New York

On IVan s U«| Richard J. Moon of 22 Burnel Street, a junior at Hloomshurg State College in Pennsylvania has been named to the school's dean's list for the spring semester. To qualify for this honor, stu dents must earn a quality poinl average of 3 5 or higher, based on a 4 0 scale, during the semester. Moon is an art studio major at the college. Your classified ad in the Tribune will reach more limn four out of five Livingston homes.

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Gvtiir Clewing • Smell Jobs

Free Estimates 3250641

BUSINESS SERVICES

BUSINESS SERVICES GUTTERS. LEADEHS thor oughly cleaned, flushed, in sured. $25-545. Minor tree trimming. Prompt, efficient service. Ned Stevens. 226-7379 - seven days - 5-8 p.m. best lime. * MARTIN CASPER General Contractor — Handy work, minor repairs, gutter cleaning, appliance installation, painting - no job too small. Home & office. Free estimates. 992-2174 J & M fine expert refinishing, stripping and repairs of furniture, antique & kitchen cabinets. Estimates, pick up & delivery 328-1135, ask for Jim. At GUTTER & ROOF - Complete service. Roof, gutter, leader installed. Gutters cleaned, repaired & screened. Tree trimming Fully insured. Free estimates Call Mon.-Sun., B-B, 227-5526. F. DeANGELUS 992-4826 WINDOW CLEANING GENERAL REPAIRS GUTTERSCLEANED AND INSTALLED RIZZUTO CONSTRUCTION Builder, sidewalks, patios, plastering, steps, fireplaces. Free estimates. Call 994-2414. BOB'S PAINTING INTERIOR & EXTERIOR, Call for free estimate 992-0074 PAINTING at sensible prices. Interior/Exterior. Established 1964. Insured. Very neat work. A painter that you can recommend to a friend. Call Edlaine Painters. 7:)6-K040, 4964650. Shop locally and patronize Tribune advertisers. CERTIFIED PLUMBING & HEATING CORP.

LANDSCAPING, PAINTING and any kind of odd jobs. Reasonable, Reliable and Experienced Call Ralph, 992-6310, day »r night. KITCHEN CABINETS MADE NEW WITH FORMICA. DINO BECAS. Call 992-6817. PROFESSIONAL PAINTING Interior/Exterior Carpentry Call 399-1322

T A R S WASHED/WAXED

STORM WINDOWS, prime re placements, doors. Alum, siding, seamless gutters, roofing, awnings, porch & patio enclosures, shutters, etc. Home Improvements, 992-2343 Painting Homes Prof 2Oyrs. ECONOMY SPECIAL on all Exterior Painting - also trim jobs. 3 year written guarantee. Electric sanding. References. Benjamin Moore's paint used. Free estimates. 228-O41B. Caldwell. DON GRUM PAINTING INTERIOR* EXTERIOR PAPERHANGING FREE ESTIMATES CALL 992-3114 BATHROOM TILE REPAIRS - Tile Cleaning, Tile Grouting, Tubs Recaulked, Call Rich, 381 3716 days, 862-3521 evenings. WINDOW WASHING Screens repaired Call 992-9417 for free estimate

Professional work Call Joe, 994-0125 ALTERATIONS DRESSMAKING Hems, relining, etc. Kathy Chiaramonte Quinn 992-8043 after 2 p.m. PACMAN i Professional Auto Care) Using the best chemical products known today, and our special know how, we will make every aspect of your car's interior and exterior reach its highest potential for a remarkably low price of $35. Have references. Call 575-5710. SUPER SPECIAL Thrift Painting. $40 per room, customer supplies paint. Exterior, $400 & up. Plumbing, Sheetrock. References. Professional work. 239-B29O or 627-0826. EXPERT PAINTING of Livingston. Neat and reasonable. Quality paint. Call Eddie 9920784. PROFESSIONAL CABINET maker/carpenter will do any job in your home/office. Work

WOOD DOCTOR: will build or repair tables, drawers, cabinets, chairs, shelving, closet interiors, door trimming, locks, weather stripping, handyman jobs, deck repairs. Free estimates 731-7584.

by day/job. Reliable. References available. Call Tim, 677-2970 days or evenings.

SHRUBBERY TRIMMED, gutters cleaned and general landscaping work. Call Mark after5pm ,994-0366. LET LARRY DO IT

994-3114

CUSTOM DECKS

CAR POOL COMMUTER CAR pool ride wanted to Trenton or Princeton area Leaving Livingston around 7:30 a.m. Mon.-Fri. Call 992-lHiOl.

Carpentry 4 General Home Improvementt

BUSINESS SERVICES

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7632407

MR. CLEAN ft SHINE i K

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992-5987

ANGELO M. MAUCERI General Contractor

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Rooting Siding Carpentry Room Additions Painting etc

Give us a try Call

992-3849 Free Estimates (Naturally)

992-4256

P.A. Corsillo & Son, Inc. • t*MT[RPPJOOFING • FIMPLACCS • P o r c h e s * All BrickWork« •Patio* Residential — Commercial

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676-8390 ROOFING

DANIEL L JANELA

ALL TYPES

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992-4756 Chester Jablonski

• Additions'Decks • Ceramic Tile • Sauna • Steam Bath* Whirlpool 1 Electronic Alarm Systems

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994-1144

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Total Home Improvements Carpentry • Painting • Roofing • Siding

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SIDING ALUMINUM & VINYL REPLACEMENT WINDOWS CAPASSO&CAPASSO EAST HANOVER 887-8297

1982 HONDA Night Hawk. Black, 754) I T Mint condition 1400 miles, Am-Pni slereo cas selte power booster rosier fairing. $2U00orbest offer. 9941)558

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FRONTIER TREESERVICE PRUNING & REMOVALS 334-0170 ir«-W Pntfmtiuiul Work at hiwrnl h-ire* LIVINGSTON GUTTER LEADER CO.

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9940558

CARPENTRY BY BART-MATTHEWS Custom Decks • Additions • Roofing W«WK Bert Any Written EsKnMte by Mmucri eetOM

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and Repaired

Call 992-6038

John R Gamba

992.7141

RESTORATIONS UNLIMITED

992-1158 EvM.

David J. Ackerman

AIR CONDITIONING Central Systems Residential ft Commercial Installation Repair attic ventilator fans, thermostats, humidifiers. Lawrenc* Service Company 4t Heron Road

992-4865 License No 6378

GEORGE HIPKINS BUILDER Alterations and Additions Remodeling and Sundecks Interior/Exterior Masonry Work Residential and Commercial

994-2189

KING IN MASONRY] rtn b««i hoWIng th> eiown I FlnplKH • * • ! • « « • SMmlti • Sltpi • Slucco'PKIo* • SumpPumpi • Wit«Proollno,,«lc RMMtnlMI. CommnM. Indinliltl Fr«* Eitlnutn - Full* lniu«d

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Small & Large Jobs 964-8364

964-3575

WILLIAM T. McCONNELL PLUMBING & HEATING Bathrooms • Kitchens Waterheaters Heating Systems Repairs Electric Sewt" Cleaning

992-2434

HOUSES REBUILT THE WAY YOU WANT THEM. New Kitchens, Baths, Closets, Cabinet*, Bookcase*,

New Space Mad* From Old. No Job Too Samll - FREE ESTIMATES

746-5018 '

CONSTRUCTION DESIGN New Construction and Renovation Carpentry • Plumbing • Electrical

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Residential work done with care and precision Free Estimates, reasonable prices. Call

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PAINTING Interior and Exterior Expertly Done.

FOR SALE

DECKS

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ASSOCIATES

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS Residential—Commercial—Industrial

1978 AUDI 5000 Fully equipped, automatic transmission, sun roof, one owner. Reasonable. Must sell. Days, 228 4600. Evenings & weekends. 992 0912. VW '73 SUPER BEETLE GOOD CONDITION. 992-9787 after 4:30 p.m.

1978 CADILLAC SEDAN SWIMMING POOL: Above DeVille — like new, all power options, padded roof, am fm FIAT SPYDER 124 - 1975 con ground pool. 16x24x4 feet. Deck and filter included. Buyer stereo, leather interior, factory vertible with additional hard- must dismantle and remove. alarm, snows, garage kept. top. Good condition, 70,000 Make offer 992-1592 after 4:1)0 60,000 original miles. 994-3717 miles, new tires & shocks, am- p.m. 1975 CHEVROLET CAPRICE fm stereo plus tape deck. 740KNOLL KITCHEN set. 60 inch ESTATE STATION WAGON. 0324. while pedestal table, four ASKING $950.992-7942. MERCEDES BENZ, 1980, 300 swivel chairs with upholstered 1977 BUICK CENTURY 4 SD turbo diesel. Wonderful con- seals plus two arm chairs. All door, V6, Air conditioned, p/s, dition, metallic silver, black awhile Formica. Make offer. 992p/b, Am-Fm. 2 mounted snows, leather interior, all options. Ga- 8282 after 6 p m 62.500 miles Asking $2200. Call raged. Service records availAIK CONDITIONER - 7500 able. Weekdays, 736-1400. Week 992-1903. BTUs, 2 months old. Whirlpool. end evenings, 325-8217. 1978 PINTO - Very good condi$250 Call 992 1566. evenings tion. 4 cyl. slick, radio, new bat- 1979 CAMARO BERLINETTA SEARS GAS range, white, 2 tery and* exhaust pipe. 51.000 red, Am-Fm eight track, A/C, ovens, self-cleaning, automatic miles $1425 994-1175. p/s, p/b, 60,000 miles. $5000 or timers, clock, lights (! K 1971 PONTIAC LEMANS - 2- best offer. Call after 6 p m. 299- PORTABLE DISHWASHER, door hardtop, vinyl roof, p/s, 9635,992 7028. while. Both good condition p/b, Air. Excellent running con- 1973 MALIBU. $475. Call 992- Make offer. 992-1979 after 6 p i ) dition. Good reliable car. Call 7092 between7 p m . and9 p.m. QUEEN SIZE bed. 8 X 12 rug. 992-8443. $950 or best offer. during the week; all day on Timex computer Priced to sell FORD window van customized weekends. for camping. Carpel & insula- 1982 BUICK SKYLARK 12.000 Call Doug days :<:U)-8000, eve tion, cabinets with sink, full miles. A/C, p/b, p/s, Am-Fm nings992-48UI Liza Minnelh. flush toilet, fresh water & waste stereo tape. Front wheel drive TICKETS (2i Garden Stale Arls Center, Tueswater holding tanks, wire for w/2 more yrs. factory guaran day. June 28th Eighth row electricity, rear seal and table tee. Call 994-0034. center orchestra $25 each Call converts to double bed. 1970 1978 PONTIAC FIREBIRD 994197l.after5pm. Econoline 100. Six cylinder creampuff, A/C, p/s, p/b, Amautomatic, air conditioned. PerFm, maroon, 70.000 miles. Ab- DINETTE SET. Formica lop fect condition, extra wheels solutely beautiful $4800 Call table plus 6 chairs Twin size with almost new snow tires. m a t t r e s s & box spring 992-8910. $3.200.992-6504 w/framc Excellent condition 1973 LINCOLN MARK IV full Call 994-:W2i) power, crime control, $1800. SWIMMING POOL On the Call 992-6227. ground. 25' wide. 4' deep, deck Livingston merchants and included. Good condition $500 PAINTING businesses are Livingston tax- Call 992 0572 ROOFING payers, too. Support the AIR CONDITIONER 11.500 Tribune's advertisers with your BTUs, 115 volts, like new Gutters-Leaders business Stored indoors $225 Call 992Chester Jablonski 2359 992-4756 BUSINESS SERVICES COUNTRY FRENCH Antiques iron chandelier, pewter PLUMBING & pieces, etagere. girl's 3-speed HEATING Schwinn bicycle, rocker, txix o| children's wooden bhicks 992By Custom Built 2483, Fri.* Sat WARREN WENCH Repairs DINING WHIM table with six Improve Yaw Home with Git 992-4756 chairs. Recreation room furni964 I 3 M M4 42S9 ture with end tables Console TV Best offer takes them Call INCH OF M l TRADES 992 6454 before » p.m. Matter ot some

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40 Hazel Avenue, Livingston, N.J. 07039 (201) 992 0087 N.J. Lie. No. 3108

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MOTORCYCLES/MINI BIKES 1981 KAWASAKI KE 175 En duro. Street legal, excellent condition. 994-0529 or 992-I3292

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COLLECTOR-DEALEK look ing to purchase clean antique and classic curs, also all makes of convertibles. Paying very generous prices, certified estate and insurance appraisals, call 762-6626 LOCAL NEW car dealer will pay over wholesale book price for plain suburban used cars, immediate cash, call Mr. Carr. 763-6226.

PONTIAC LEMANS 1975 6 cyl inder, 55,000 miles, Am-Fm Ex cellent condition. Call 994-3620.

Installed & Repaired

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1971 CHEVROLET IMPALA Good running condition. 85,000 miles. $300. or best offer. Call 740-1138 evenings. 1974 SUPER BEETLE sun roof. Am-Fm stereo, rebuilt engine, four new tires, excellent running condition. $2500 or best offer Call992-8043after2pm. ,

1973 VW BUS - 7 passenger. 38,600 miles, mechanically sound, good body, slick shift. $2200 or make offer. 994-0019.

MASONRY DARIOMHRCELLI Genaral Construction

FENCES

3774715

HARP CONSTRUCTION -

"75 CUTLASS-SALON blue, auto, p/s, new p/b, a/c, AM/FM, new muffler. 98,000 miles, clean car. Asking $1,450. Call994-2785afler5p.m.

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1970 PLYMOUTH DUSTER 75,000 miles. Slant 6 engine in good condition. A/C, radio. $750. Call 994-4106 evenings. 1979 OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS Supreme - 2-door, low mileage, auto, A/C, all power. New tires and brakes. Excellent condition. $5500. Call 994-4068 after 5 p.m.

FREE ESTIMATES

LIMBACH'S LANDSCAPING Planting Decks Patios Mulch

JUNK CARSWANTED TIM'STOWING CALL 992 2013 24 HR. TOWING & ROAD SERVICE

Reference* 994-1099

Design ft Contracting

Gutters e Hot Tar e Repairs • Gutter Cleaning

1976 IMTSUN B 210 - Excellent condition bodV^uul engine, a . c , slick shift, garage kept, original owner.'Call 992-6173 afIer7p.m.

Give me your work and I will g«llt don* Repairs, Painting, Cleaning

Decks AlUfalions Additions REMOOEllOiO All Ptuses Carpentry SATISFACTION GUARANTEED

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9922727 3472941

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McCORMACK PAVING - Res idential, commercial, driveways, parking areas. Seal coat ing. All types, mason work and sidewalks. Free estimates. 325 2866.

LIC NO 6424 DRAINS CLEANED EMERGENCY CALLS

Cole Paving Co. Inc.

PAINTING

PATS LIGHT Moving & Truck ing. II years reliable service Rubbish removed, cellars, attics, garages. Large ap pliances moved or taken away. H77-9310. '_

245-6152

In Livingston 35 years of

992-1771

Mail Your Check To: P.O. Box 65 Livingston, N.J. 07039

627-2683

(good thru June 29th) • ALL MAKES ft MODELS REPAIRED > ALL WORK GUARANTEED • PROMPT 24-HOUR SERVICE • REASONABLE RATES Parts & labor extra local residents only

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992-1771 HELP WANTED

HELP WANTED

REAL ESTATE Sales Great opportunity in congenial office Member of Multiple Listing Call Locke Realty Realtor, l!76 4818. Evenings 731-1018. PART TIME district managers are needed to supervise a small group of newspaper carriers in the West Caldwell. Verona areas. This is an excellent position for a reliable person with a good car. Call 8002424850 toll free. SECRETARY • Small Law firm requires secretary. Legal skills not necessary. Pleasant surroundings, free parking. Call

WE HIKE all year long not jusl for the holidays We need drivers to art a.s chauffers for our clients. Ten year excellent driving record and knowledge of airports and NYC Musi enjoy driving and met'ling all kinds of people Sel own hours Call 992 9762.

HELP WANTED LUCITE PICTURE frames plus a full line of Lucite gift items, serving dishes, bathroom accessories, desk items. Specializing in very inexpensive personalized parly favors. Most items up to 50% lower than retail prices, 731-3362.

EMERSON AIR Conditioner, SUMMER RENTAL - SAXOPHONE, CLARINET, LORENZO THE GREAT: INTERIOR DESIGN/Sales. 6,000 BTU's, accordion, Sano Lavallette, sleeps 6-8, Ir, dr, kit, FLUTE & JAZZ. Improvisation Magical entertainment to Need creative individuals who stereo, accordion — 120 bass new bath, large screened-in lessons by professional musi- mystify and delight children of enjoy art, have flair for decostudent size, baritone uke, porch. Convenient to beach and cian with master's degree in all ages. Call us at 992-9330. rating. No experience necesrhythm unit, Unibox, Harmony stores. Call after 6 p.m. 994- performance. Call Les Silver, You'll be glad you did sary. Will train Part/full time. solid guitar electric two pick- 3219. 9949531. 992-7728,11am-5 p.m CRAIG DAVID ENTERTAINup. 992-4215. WE HAVE had a cancellation at LIVINGSTON H.S. SENIOR MENT, Inc. the perfect solution INTERIOR DECORATING POP-UP COX tent t-ailer. our home in the Poconos for the girls' varsity tennis team startto your next Bar/Bat Mitzvah, Motivated/creative person to TOP SOIL Excellent condition. Sleeps six. month of July. Our house is in er will give tennis lessons durFarm rich screened top soil. Electricity, sink, ice box. the "Hideout," a recreational ing August to children ages 5-15. sweet sixteen or any occasion. train in most exciting area of Sold by the yard — delivered. Storage. Easy to set up. Extra community that includes 24 hr. Individual or group. Call now to Professional packages with design. Flexible hours, excellighting, participation, prizes lent opportunity. Call 10 a.m. to 992 8625 or W4-1962. screened attachment. $875 firm. security, tennis, pool, beaches, reserve appointment 984-2815. and* more. We feature mimes, 3 pm. only, 299-1714. 992 7207. DOG GROOMING golf, children & teen recreation robots (human a n d BOOKKEEPER/PART TIME, PIANO TUNING Small & Medium Size Breeds program as well as a club house mechanical), hypnotists, experienced in accounts receivAND TORRENT FREE Pick Up & Delivery and a pub all on the premises. jugglers, magic and the un- able and accounts payable. LivREPAIRING in Livingston Sleeps 4. Rent $250 per week or usual. Call our Livingston of GEORGE E.BLAKE 1 ingston office. 533-9200. HILTON HEAD Villa 3 bed994-2303 a special for the entire month. flee. 982-6868 PIANO TECHNICIAN rooms, Vk baths, professionally Call after 5 p m , 994-3963. PERSON WANTED I to 2 hrs. ELEGANT DECORATOR decorated, A/C, all appliances, 45 YEARS EXPERIENCE every morning to do laundry, furniture and accessories. Liv- pool. Walk to beach, tennis, HELP WANTED 228-2721 ironing, light housework. All ing room, dining room and bed- golf. Ideal for family or l to 3 WANTED TO BUY RECEPTIONIST/TYPIST with day Friday. Experienced. Refroom. Evenings & weekends couples. Available weekly. ENTERTAINMENT good stenographic skills for Liv- erences. Call 992-7559 or 994239-5165. LIONEL, IVES, American FlyOwner rental. Call after 5 p.m. ingston law firm. Must handle im. PUPPET SHOWS: Delightful er and other toy trains. Private RALEIGH BICYCLE - Super 994-1971. entertainment for children's telephone well. Full time. Call ARTIST/FREELANCE Mecollector pays top cash prices. Grand Prix, brand new, touring HOUSE, LIVINGSTON - 3 bedchanical Paste-up to work "in parties. Puppet favors avail- ,i Mr. Miller, 994-3011. equipped. Originally $400, ask- room, \% bath, colonial. Se- 635-2058. house" for large east coast able. Call after 5 p.m., Jim HAIR STYLIST experienced ing (250. Slate blue. Top line curity deposit, $950 per month. Wahler, Funday Puppeteers, with following preferred. Full quality printer. Clean office enALL PIANOS WANTED components. Call 533-5252 page Two year lease preferred. Auvironment. Must have 3-5 years 375-5706. or part time Call 992-4151. Dr. Wilson. IMMEDIATE CASH gust 1st occupancy. 992-3045 MAGIC BY JOEL. The best in COMPANION NEEDED for 2 professional experience and be 539-5840 TELEVISIONS, 19" color Pana- after 6 p.m. children's magic available for well-behaved, school-age older production oriented. Send resusonic portable, $135. Also 12" PROFESSIONAL OFFICE to parties. 994-9236. boys for July/August. Own me to P.O. Box 1006, Millburn, v R&W Zenith portable, $30. Both share with services if desired. ANTIQUE BUYING Service, 1 N.J 07041 Alt: Art Dept. Long in excellent condition. Call 994- Florham Park office building. p.m. to 4 p.m. Tues through CRAIG DAVID'S UP, UP AND transportation needed. Call af term possibility. ter 5:30p.m., 992-2958. Sat., 1 North Passaic Ave., AWAY BOUQUET adds a 4192 Call 377-4100. JOBS OVERSEAS - Big money, special touch for any occasion. TIRES. 2 G7B-14. Excellent con- BEACH HAVEN Terrace - Chatham, 635-2733. Furniture, An arrangement of balloons de- HIGH SCHOOL girl within fast. $20,000 to $50,000 plus per dition, $125. 2 G78-14, good con- apartments next to ocean, glass, jewelry, dolls, Oriental livered by a clown or costumed , walking distance of Livingston year. Call 1216-453-3000, Ext. dition, $75. Low mileage, must sleeps 4-6 Week of June 25th, rugs, etc. Free appraisals for character with a personalized pool to care for my 7 yr. old 2422. see. $200 takes all. 992-1655 any »200-$300 Available weeks of Senior Citizens. Quality house song. Visa & MasterCard ac- daughter, 12-4, Mon.-Fri. beginsales conducted. Nancy HerShut off a light. Save energy. ning June 27. Call 992-8872 after time. July 2nd, July 9th, July 30th, mance, 377-2138,377-2054. cepted. Call 9924868. 3 p.m. BOYS 20" BIKE, like new. Aug. 6th, Aug. 20th, Aug. 27th, TELLER MARK the MAGNIFICENT HOUSEKEEPER/BABYSITPIANO WANTED Coaster brake, dirt tires, $45. Labor Day. $235-$350. 239-2357 Experienced Full Time. Experforms magic, puppetry, and TER wanted, 7:30 a.m.-3:30 GOOD MAKE cellent working conditions, or (609) 492 1991. 994-3404. razzle-dazzle entertainment for , p.m. Mon.-Fri., during school GOOD CONDITION all benefits. MANTOLOKING SHORES EVERYTHING MUST Go children's parties. Tenth anniPLEASE CALL year, Sept-June. 1 day per Cad 731-4630 bayfront home, 4 bedrooms, 3 Queen bedroom set, boy's & versary season. Reasonable week housework for summer. West Orangs Strings* Loan 2271195 girl's desk & bookcase, twin baths, walk to private beach, rates. Call 992-6406. EOEM/F Must have own car and referI WILLBUY bedroom set, refrigerators, liv- $1000 per week. No pets Call ences. Call 4C7-O191. MAGICAL ENTERTAINMENT older or antique furniture, ing room and family room 994-4017 or 2964712. for children — magic, comedy, MANAGER/OPERATOR wantATTENTION furniture, ottomans, tables, POCONO CAMPSITE Daily, glassware, china, paintings, and fun for everyone with audi- ed for full service salon in West EXPERT KNITTERS lamps and much more. All in weekly or monthly. All facil- rugs, silver, linens, jewelry, ence participation. Call David Orange. Must have a following. Earn extra money at home. excellent condition. Like new. ities. Full recreation program. tools, country primitives, dolls, Glicksman, 992-8987. Member Salary plus commission. Call etc. Must be accurate, last and 994-9575 Call 992-5410. Society American Magicians, 731-«774or 777^742. J. Stevens, 992-7031 able to follow detailed InInternational Brotherhood MaBEDROOM SET - 6 pc beauti- OFFICES FROM 200-350O feet structions to hand knit deful contemporary rosewood, available July 1983 in modern, LIVINGSTON COLLECTOR gicians. signer sweaters. Please call ENTERTAINMENT king size bed $800 or best offer. air conditioned, 2-story building pays highest cash prices for old 762-2676 or 763-6263 Lionel Trains. No Appraisals. Save trees: recycle your Also selling fabulous con- located conveniently to Rt. 280 before 9 p.m. Tribunes. temporary kitchen or dining and Parkway. Off street park- 992-1194. Birthday Parties, Age* 8-7 Musical gone*, dancing md tong* room set, white Formica and ing and utilities included. Call lot children1* BMMiy Pirilee ACcane chairs, $250. Many other 678-7703 for information 9a.m.-5 TIVE PARTICIPATION It encouraged INSTRUCTIONS BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES by RITA DAVIDSON. cwtllM Mute items/coffee tables and Tindale p.m. TMCIMT S. pmleukxMl accontanltt lamps. Call weekdays after 6 SEA GIRT - 2 full or 4 half In your holm
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LIVINGSTON*CENTER

ALUMINUM & VINYL SIDING

State of N.J. Lie No. 21966

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992-0262 EXPAND YOUR HOME

FREE ESTIMATES 992-1843 372-2232 CONVENIENT TERMS ARRANGED

Mutual Home Improvement Co.

FRAN CONSTRUCTION CO., INC. CUSTOM BUILDERS & GENERAL CONTRACTORS

• Clothbock Vinyls • Papers • Foils -i G r a n Cloths • Flocks < Expert Service Fully Insured

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ASSISTANT NEKDKI) lo help with quality con!nil. produc lion, stock, answering phones, etc. for small manufacturer in Livingston of infants bedding and accessories Work Mondays only, B:«) toil (Kl or car her Call 7:n6721 or r>:ci90Bl Monday through Friday 10 lo :i only U-ave name and phone number, and we will call back ( OINSKI.OUS Girl's group hearts must be college grad Drive van Livingston area Also aerobics/physical fitness, archery and camp crafts. Interview 756 1B68 PART TIME Early Morning Work Established newspaper routes are available in Livingston Excellent earnings that will help supplement your present income. Call 600-242-0650 toll free. Township ol Livingston has immediate need for part-time Clerk Stenographer or Clerk-Typist. Position requires excellent typing skills and availability on Wednesday of each week. Position needs to be tilled on immediate basis. Apply to:

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ACCOUNTING CLERK Small office near Livingston Mall has diversilled position handling A/R, A/P, etc. Must know bookkeeping rules. Light typing. Excellent working conditions, flexible hours. Send letter or call lor appointment. ROBERT H.WAOER, CO. INC.

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PAKT TIME RECEPTIONIST. PAKT TIME file clerk - bright HOUSEKEEPER - neat, de PHYSICIANS OFFICE. CALL IIS senior, good handwriting. pendable lady seeks day work. References. Own transporta(all Mrs. Pascale325-2250. 992-4496. tion. Call 6 to8 p.m., 992-1343. SECRETARY full or part lime, RELIABLE DRIVER to trans 07068 ' RELIABLF good typing and steno skills, purl 12 yr. old, as needed, dur- EFFICIENT, TYPIST/RECEPTIONIST pleasant telephone voice 992 ing summer, Westmounl area, woman with own transportation (•rowing dynamic northern N.J. 1450 car available if necessary. Call and references will do housecleaning. Call Gladys after 6 CPA firm seeks experienced 9942744. CLERK TYPIST m T . IIMK «irl guy Friday NIGHT MANAGER needed for lypisl/receptionisl. Sleno skills Mature minded individual re ASSISTANT TEACHERS sub- p.m. 997-6294. a plus. New, modern offices. Typing ami plume experience a Hallmark card store. ex|H>ri turning to work. Good typing urban reform temple nursery, 5 CHIMNEY CLEANING all niusl CalUi7ii2b44lrmii Ilia in enced preferred, 4 week nights Excellent salary, fringes and skills, must like detail. Hours 9 mornings per week. Send resutypes, flue caps, animals reand Sunday Call Joanne. !«4 working conditions. Call Ms. tufipm to 5, all benefits. Call Person me to Box D, West Essex Trib- moved, brick work, damper re:IIH8, llennetl Hallmark. Upper Halland9M3220 nel, Market Measures, 449 Ml une, P.O. Box 65, Livingston, TYrKSETTF.R Ty pt-stlt inn Level. Livingston Mall pairs. Fully insured. Brookside RECEPTIONIST WANTED 5 Pleasant Avenue, West Orange, N.J. 071)39. computer operator tn set adverConstruction Co. 740-0724. * tisements tor West Kssrx 'l'rit> ENERGETIC I'KKSON with days per week Part lime. Call 1 736-4405. "* KI.Kt TRONIC TECHNICIAN - » une Fannliarily with Compu excellent phone |>ei'soiiulity lo.4 p.m., 736-8539, YOUNG LADY is seeking day DENTAL ASSISTANT - FulV 'Kl 1.1. <»K PART TIMK graphic equipment useful Full needed In handle many details COMPANION FOR- lady want and part lime' positions avail- Opportunity forttfowth in a pro- work. Good references. Call or part tune Slarl early Au and scheduling with us in this ed 20hrs per week, 4 days, 711 able for enthusiastic four hand- gressive company in the field of Rosa 465-5820 evenings. gust Call for appointment. '.HI very husy. cheerful office Also, p.m. Must submit Social Securi- ed chairside assistant. Salary high frequency military com- YOUNG LADY seeking day light honkkeeping and typing ty number, recent references, compensated with experience. 1771 munication and radar assem- work. Good references. Experiskills Involves training period have own transportation $3.35 994 2546. blies. Technician should have enced. Call 465-5820 evenings, HEAL ESTATE SALES I'KR 10-5. Mon.-Fn. Call 9!t2-«77«. per hour 992-5635. SONS Optiimns lor energetic, HELPER APPRENTICE - minimum of five years experi- ask for Mary. full/part ACCURATE TYPIST NEED Plumber. No experience neces- ence in building and testing Anambitious |H-rson.s anxious for SALKtf PERSONS WISHING TO place my reliable good earnings in lull lime sales tun/ Mature minded persons El) FOK LAW FIKM. CALL sary. Driver's license and me alog equipment including R.F. 3 yr. experienced sleep-in Will train and guide toward for local ladies apparel shop 994-4554 chanical ability essential. Only and I F prototype & pilot pro- housekeeper for July and Auhigher innime Call Mr Ma Pleasant working conditions, sincere need apply. Steady duction. Background must show gust. Excellent with children in SECKETAKY/RECEPTION capability to read, interpret and home. Call 994-2224. eauley, 992-8800. Evenings. (i27 flexible hours Call for inter work 994-2933 1ST. light typing, filing and tele view, :i77-376t> Florham Park follow schematics. Position of727H phone. Call 678 1990 Save trees: recycle your fers excellent growth, salary Shut of I a lighl Save energy PETS Tribunes. and benefits. Call for interview Save gasoline with a car pool. PETS appointment or forward resume PUPPY PROBLEMS? Stop REAL ESTATE with salary requirements. problems before they start. AUTOMOBILES AUTOMOBILES Spencer Industries, Inc., P.O. Housebreaking, chewing, jumpDOG TRAINING Box 128. Belleville, N.J. 07109 ing, etc. Behavior modification PRIVATE IN HOME TMININO LIVINGSTON Otwdience WIGDERP 12U1-75I-22O0). counseling and training for oldHouubreaKing • Chawing UNIQUE COLONIAL Is proud to announce Ihit Pulling . Jumping Ideal for the professional CLERK - FULL lime entry er dogs. Free advice on puppy It III who needs oltice space or level position in new Montville purchasing. 994-4444. R*lwtncnA»ll*bl« simply extra room, this air conditioned law office. File, PETS SERVICE - Vacation Call multi-bedroom Colonial featelephone and general office carefree. Responsible teacher DOG TRAINING tures beautiful level lot borwork No typing required. will care for your pets in their HAS BEEN AWARDED dered by woods Suite of SERVICE Pleasant working conditions familiar surroundings. Daily, RECOGNITION BY three rooms. 3V? baths and 373-7114 Excellent starting salary with weekly or monthly rates. more make this a fine home GENERAL MOTORS to own. Located in attracAsk for George increasing opportunity for ad References. 226-1513 AS THE LEADING tive Cherry Hill section vancement Call 575-5636. ADOPT A COMPANION CHEVROLET $157,500 L 8649 Young Shepherd Mix, 40 lbs., PASSENGER CAR EXCEPTIONAL HOME REAL ESTATE EMPLOYMENT WANTED black & tan, lovable & gentle, SALESMAN IN THE . . . has had only one owner excellent manner in all reand is in beautiful, move-in NEWARK ZONE TUTOR - TEACHER looking to spects, house-trained, neutered VERY REASONABLE condition The magnificent help students during the sum- & inoculated. Call 374-1073. FOR 1982. WITH family room has a corner mer Certified in elementary Free round trip air coach fare fireplace, there's an eat-in ed., reading & English. Reason- Affectionate MALE CAT (11 for 2 if sale finalized. Beauti"To my ciutomert and friend* . . . kitchen with built-in refrigerable rates. Call 992-5621 after 4 mos), very handsome with ful air conditioned condoator and dishwasher, a pleiue ferl free to *top into tee me minium, Hilton Head Island, p.m ^ exotic eyes has been waiting so burglar alarm and an elecfor better than ever dealt/" South Carolina Professiontric garage door opener in ALL FORMS of TYPING in long for a loving home, ally decorated. Living room, this 3 bedroom, Vh bafh eluding manuscripts done in my neutered, litter trained & indining room, kitchen, 3 bedbeauty $169,900 L868I home 60t per page. Canon oculated 374-1073. rooms, 2Vz baths, private Call 201-731-6064 or 994 pool, tennis. 1 block to ocean Electronic typewriter. Call be- FREE - Adorable 8 week old 4884. Wtlchert Co., kittens, 3 black, 2 tiger Call 994tween6& 8pm. 994-2659. Realtor*. 992-7937 or 9940051 0524. WOMAN SEEKS 2 days work per week. References. Call 675- KITTENS, MORE Kittens, too REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE many kittens!!! Adopt one or 1467 WOMAN seeks day work Ref- more now while selection is greatest. Mt. Pleasant Animal erences Experienced Call 673Shelter, 194 Route 10, East Han9250. ASK ABOUT OUR over. Daily except Tuesday, NURSES AIDE to care for eld- 3864690, EQUITY ADVANCE MORTGAGES erly woman. Experienced, refPROGRAM AVAILABLETO erences Own transportation. LABRADOR PUPPIES, 4 wks. QUALIFIED BUYERS for sale, AKC, male and female, Call 674 0916. black and tan Call 992-1549 or EXPERIENCED WOMAN 334-4235. "When the people off New Jersey think Real Estate...they think Weichert" seeks day work housekeeping References. Call 675-2116 after 4 WELSH TERRIER PUPPIES - A K C . registered, champion p.m. blood lines, 1 male, 1 female GOING AWAY on vacation? left 1325 994-1175 Long grass is a sure tip-off of an empty house. I'll cut your lawn LOST while you're away, so you can enjoy your vacation, secure in BANK BOOK No. II 0-0009459 ESSEX F E L L S - t o see the knowledge that your house issued by Orange Savings Bank. looks lived in. Please call Dave Finder please return to bank. this gracious Victorian ofat 992^)325 after 6 p.m. BANK BOOK No 96- 1028ft, is fering spacious, comHIGH SCHOOL student seeks sued by Livingston National pletely renovated rooms. lawns to mow during summer. Bank. Finder please return to Dependable service with good bank. A beautifully decorated rates. Please call Dave at 992- BANK BOOK No 976969 issued interior offers a new 0325 after 6 p m by Livingston National Bank kitchen, living room with WOMAN SEEKING day work Finder please return to bank. References. Experienced. Call BANK BOOK No 1144002252 fireplace, and formal din673-9250. issued by Orange Savings Bank. ing room. Special attenFinder please return to bank.

KKAl. ESTATE. We will reirn hurse you for pre -licensing fees, send you to our Century '21 K o r . u l \ l T i l M l l | t illll.V N n e X p t T I viiir necessary C;ill *jr>t> IIMHI training school, and provide you Premiere Modeling Agency. HIM with individual attention Call Kiwrurw |)n\r. Tnliiwa, N .1 CENTIIHY 21. lieu Tamil". :WH iiTMJ V w Jersey slalt- li Millhurn Avenue. Millburn. :17U Ititil vrnsrd K (i K

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REAL ESTATE PEER SUPPORT GROUPS Just lor you at PROJECT ORO WIDOWS SINGLE BY CHOICE Non-structured, non-sectarian, 8-sessions. Soonsored by NGIW/Essex County Section. Call 9M-4M4

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CHARMING COLONIAL LIVINGSTON - Conveniently located and lovingly maintained, this 3 bedroom home is a delightful mix of quality, comfort, and style. Leave the car in the garage and walk to New York bus line. Relax in airy screened porch. Wellmaintained natural oak woodwork and large rear yard are extras hard to find these days! Come see. $104,500.

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NO MONEY down Bank repossessed lot. Take over payments. Private lake community. Pennsylvania Pocono Mis. Call Mr. Rue evenings, 1-800233-8160.

MISCELLANEOUS WANTED: use of pond or pool for swimming therapy for lame Chesapeake Bay Retriever puppy. Half hour several days a week. Susan Cone, 994-4444.

ANTIQUES NEW AND USED picture frames and Japanese prints bought and sold. Restoration of paintings and art work. John Bradley's Gallery, East Hanover, 887-0149.

HOUSE SALES FINE FURNISHINGS - Italian Provincial dining set, antique white breakfront, country French dining set, Camer fixture, chrome & glass etageres, bedroom set, custom bar, misc. items. Short Hills. 376-3734.

6ARA6E SALES GARAGE & HOUSEHOLD Sale. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Friday, Saturday, Sunday, June 24th, 25th, 26th. 11 Carteret Road. BARN SALE - Many household items plus wood-burning stove, various tools, equipment, asphalt shingles, tires, mowers, Etc. 214 W. Mt. Pleasant Ave., Fri., June 24th & Sal, June 25th. 13 LEE ROAD (off Sycamore), Sat., June 25, 9-3. Moving to apartment. Household items, china, glassware, furniture, linens, garden tools, bric-abrac, and lawn furniture. KITCHEN TABLE & chairs. $25. Hobby horse, slide, toys, baby equipment, small appliances, pots, etc. June 25th, 9 to 1 only, 57 Mounthaven Drive. ALL ITEMS priced to go Cheap, Cheap!!! 96 Fellswood Drive. Saturday, June 25th, 10 U>2. Cash only. SATURDAY, JUNE 25th. 9-1. 100 Belmont Dr. Turbo oven. Pachinko Machine, Antique Clock. Rock Maple Table w/chairs, children's books, sludent desk, etc. Rain date7/2 A GREAT SALE - Hundreds of household items, furniture, light fixtures, pair of vertical blinds, pictures, jewelry, many older and collectible items. Friday and Saturday 9:30-5:00, 16 Tremont Terrace. ' MULTI FAMILY, Fri. & Sal . June 24th & 25th. 9:30-4:30 Something for everyone. Appliances, household items. Antique cathedral table radio, linens, lamps, movie projector and camera and many other treasures No early birds. Cash only. 25 Longview Rd Northfield Rd to Burnet Hill Rd to Longview MOVING EVERYTHING must go. MM, Fri, Sat., Sun. this weekend. 25 Intervale Road. Baby items, household goods. TWO FAMILIES - Friday, June 24th, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 40 & 42 Bennington Rd., just off South Livingston Ave. near St. Phil's. Furniture, stereo, trains, lawn equipment, records, cameras, toys, bric-abrac. No early birds, please! Cash only. FEATURING VICTORIAN loveseat, colonial tables, much more. Friday, June 24th, Sat., June 25th, 9-4, 46 Walnut St. (near Route 10). GIANT SALE, Sat. & Sun., 10-4, 9 Scarsdale Drive (off Laurel Avenue). New things, household appliances, baby carriage, new baby clothes.fur coats and loads more. Cash only. No early birds.

FRIDAY, JUNE24,9:30a m to 4 p.m., Saturday, June 25, II a.m. to 3 p.m. 52 Fairfield Drive. Short Hills (off Old Short Hills Road). Stand-up freezer, refrigerator, hundreds of books and miscellaneous items, antique barbershop chairs, pinball machine, lots of children's items. LAWN SALE - Sears Exercise bike, vintage movie camera and projector, sports equipment, lawn chairs and much more. Sat, June 25th. Rain date Sun., June 26th, 9-4, 91 E. Me Clellan Ave. No early birds. Got new neighbors? Welcome them to Livingston and tell them what's going on with a gift subscription to the West Essex Tribune 9921771.

Mansfield Earns MA in Nursing Pal Mansfield, daughter of Robert and Kathleen Mansfield of 28 Lexington Drive, earned an MA degree in nursing from New York University. The degree was conferred during commencement ceremonies mi June 3. A 1973 graduate of Livingston High School, she received a B.S. in nursing from Adelphi University in Garden City, New York She has been a nurse al Sloan Keltering Memorial Hospital in New York City for the past five years.

Siegel Earns MBA David Siegel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Siegel of 3 Gorham Avenue, received the MBA degree from Stanford I'm versity during ceremonies June 12 in Palo Alto. California While at Stanford he founded and directed a production spoofing the MBA degree, which has since become an annual tradition. He was also aclive in the Small Business Development Association and the Palo Alto Little League. He has accepted a position as a management consultant with the Boston Consulting Group in MenloPark. California

Tulhe Editor:

Meet With Venza Dear Mr. Cone: On Wednesday. June 8, about 25 Burnel Hill residenls met with Board of Education member Lou Venza at the home of Andrea Ubaldi at 5 Dawson Terrace The purpose of the meeting with Mr. Venza was to discuss the residents' concern over the closing of Burnet Hill School. Mr. Venza is up for re-election in April of 1984 and is a parent of a Burnet Hill student The primary concern of the evening centered around the advantages and disadvantages to the elementary population if Burnet Hill and Harrison clw>e as scheduled. Mr Willard Burnett of Wych wood Road remarked that Samuel Burnel. a Livingston farmer, was also a member of the Board of Education for many years The relative of Samuel Burnet conveyed the properly to Livingston for the purpose of a school and it was filling that the school be named Hurnct Hill. It would appear inappropriate for I he school to be discontinued for another use and that its name be lost from local history His comments drew the only applause of the evening Len Douglen of Hillside Ave nue noted that the Blue Ribbon Campaign represents a visual referendum of the public's dissatisfaction with the decision to close schools. He hopes all Livingston residents who share this concern will tie a blue ribbon lo a tree in front of their house. Those who attended were fit vorably impressed with Mr Venza's sensible attitudes towards education and many valuable ideas were exchanged. Janet Wolff 5 Penwood Road Livingston

Weber* Have Son Steven and Jeanmarie Weber of Livingston welcomed their first child on June 15 Daniel Steven Weber weighed eight pounds, two ounces when hewas born in Saint Barnabas Medical Center. The new mother is I he daughter of Anthony and Lillian Car chietta of Staten Island The pa ternal grandparents are William and Helen Weber of Livingston. The baby's great grandparents arc Eugene and Anna Neu of Florida and Catherine Rey of Sea Isle City

Dmv University Honors< Beth V. Cacossa of 9!» Marlin Hoad has been named In the dean's list al Drew University in Madison Cacossa. a biology major, earned an academic average of 3.87 on a 4.00 scale

June 23,1983

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abortions in adolescent girls and young women Dr. Kallen joined UMDNJ in 1973 as direclor of I hi- Cum munity Menial Health ('enter After four years in Dial post, he became director of psychiatric residency training and still lachored down the infield. The AMERICAN L E A G U E ter, director of continuing mediBirds hit very well as a team, Western League cal education in (he department with six runs on seven hits. Denver 2, Oakland • Jon Alper pitched well for the of psychiatry Prior to his afJeff Koenig picked up his first filiation with UMDNJ. l)r Kal Brewers, with Joe Cusack, save of the year as Denver len had been medical director tallied twice in (be bottom of the Greg Boag and Daniel Cochran and superintendent of the Essex fifth to register its 11th win. producing base hits while playCounty Hospital Center in ( V Both Denver runs came home ing all-around good baseball. dar Grove. on a two-out, bases loaded Evon Wofsy played fine, steady first base with all the Brewers Dr. Kallen and his wife Jesdouble by Jeff Goldklang which sica, who live in Livingston, alscored koenig and David playing tough defensively. Brewers 8, Athletics 5 so recently celebrated their golSiegel. Greg Klein also hit well den wedding anniversary with In an exciting game the for Denver and Ed Frankel their seven children recorded the final out of the ShopRite Brewers came back in game on an excellent fielding the bottom of the sixth inning to play at shortstop. Oakland was defeat the Athletics 6-5. led by the fine pitching of Bobby Brewers' pitcher Evan Wofsy Pilles and the all around play of pitched six strong innings for Anthony Megaro and Dan Ello- the win. Defensively the witch. The team's solid defense Brewers were outstanding with Charges of aggravated asalso turned away a Denver key plays being made by Matt sault against Fred Apicelli of threat in the third as it con- Lahm, Jon Alper, Joe Cusack, 102 Sykes Avenue were referred verted a hard line drive into the Keith Blumenfeld, Dan CochSAINT BARNABAS AUXILIAKY recently Imtalled officers for the I9H3-I9H5 lernis. Pit-lured are this week by Livingston third out of the inning with ran, Mike Sauer and Mike Newfirst vice president Sandy Chants of Short Hills; recording secretary Jarkir Movin of Livingston; M-C Municipal Court Judge Martin man. A FOND FAREWELL: Members of the Livingston United Meth- runners at the corners. ond vice president for directing projects Annette(alabreseof Livingston; president find) Tirsiof J. Brenner to the Essex County Southern League Greg Boag, John DiGirolamo, odist Church bid farewell to Kev. Thomas T . Trainor and his wife Short Hills; past president Joan Islami of Livingston: treasurer llollie Meijer of Ksst-x r>lls; and Prosecutor's Office for possible California 24, Dan Cochran and Newman had Joyce at a toffee hour following the morning worship. In appreciagift shop chairwoman Marilyn McCartney of Caldwell. action by the Grand Jury. Washington 23 singles for the winners. New tion of their services to the congregation during the past (our years, The charge, filed by Richard they were given a gift and the choir sang a benediction composed California's nemesis came on man, Adam Shapiro and Dennis Mandelbaum of Ross Road, hy Charles Laire for (he occasion. The Trainors will be moving to a to the field ready for battle. Giblin ran the bases extremely bution to (he instructional stemmed from an incident on congregation in Knglewood. Washington wanted to win. But well for the Brewers. program and to the students Memorial Day weekend. ManAthletics1 pitcher Albert Chen California came out fighting In presenting the award, delbaum charged Apicelli with Mona Lyn Allen of Brandon did an excellent job. Getting too, scoring 12 runs in the first ceive degrees from Yeshiva aggravated assault and, on Avenue and Valerie Eloise University on June 9 at the school superintendent Dr Mark inning, and four runs each in the hits for the Athletics were Alan Smith said that Foley earned June 16. Judge Brenner reEisen of Falcon Road were school's 52nd annual com Koets, Dave Triner, Dave second, third and fourth. the major honor through "his ferred the charge to the Prose- among the 1,500 students to reRenner, Nick Danzis and Chen. Josh Ford, in addition to mencement in New York City. outstanding work as a class cutor's Office. pitching the first three innings, Allen received a bachelor of room teacher, his support of Mandelbaum is accused of had four singles and scored. arts degree from the Stern Colstudents and student programs throwing something at ApicelMichael Burstein had four lege for Women while Eisen outside of school, and because li's car, and that charge will be fronted by Ovalle, who is em- singles and scored. Chris was awarded a master of social Two masked thieves, armed he is a gentleman and a proheard in Livingston Municipal Lauren Aber has been named ployed as a dishwasher. Hanifin produced a single and a work from the Wurzweiler with handguns, are reported to fessional." Court at a later date. to the dean's list for the spring School of Social Work. In Spanish, the thieves told stand-up triple. Mark Sher had have lied up an employee and School board president Nancy semester at the Boston UniverOvalle to remain silent while a single and a double, driving in escaped with a safe from the McDaniel added that 'former Your business can grow with sity School of Communications. they tied him and removed the three runs. Greg Godfrey Heritage Diner, 72 East M l . students regularly cite Matt more customers. Reach those The daughter of William and Pleasant Avenue, in the early * H K e from the office. 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Great support came tied together by an electric cord In addition to his cash award, Borough Teaching Fellowship, five feet, eight inches tall with a from Gary Rizzo in the outfield. and his feet bound with an Foley will receive reimburseand received a commemorative pudgy build and armed with a Central League apron. gold pin and a $1,000 stipend for ment of expenses for atOrioles • , Red Sox 3 Police were hampered in the small pistol. The second man tendance at a professional acaindependent research al the was also said to have dark skin, The Kempler Shoes Orioles initial stages of their investigademic conference of his choice. June 15 meeting of the Chatham about five feet, 11 inches in guaranteed themselves at least tion because the victim, FranBorough Board of Education. height with a skinny build and a share of first place in the cisco Ovalle. speaks only Spanarmed with a revolver. Both second half by beating the Foley is an English teacher in A subscription to the West ish Through an interpreter, the men were wearing black ski the Chatham school system, Essex Tribune assures weekly Komitor Manufacturing Red investigators learned that the masks and received the honor in recog- delivery and is cheaper than the Sox 6-3, raising their record to two intruders had forced a celnition of his outstanding contri- newsstand price On Tuesday, police in Nutley six and one. Andy Dormer lar window to gain entry into discovered a safe along the Paspitched a great game, allowing the diner. Upon entering the saic River near Route 21 which three runs on four hits, and main room, they were conhad apparently been blasted getting key strike-outs to end open with an explosive Living- several scoring threats. ston police are investigating Daniel Dias started off what whether the safe found in Nut- turned out to be a fine Orioles ley is the same one that had hitting game with a solid, opbeen taken from the Heritage posite field single. The Birds Arnold M. Kallen, M.D., clini The North Hills Division of Diner. cal associate professor of psy- T H E STUDENT COUNCIL of Livingston High School for next year went on to score six runs on nine the National Council of Jewish chiatry at Rutgers Medical will be led by. above, vice president Dan Fisher, president Pally hits, with Jude Nedza, Andy Women will hold the third meetCignarella. and secretary Sherry Kayne; treasurer will be llelaine Dormer, Jimmy Sperduto, Leo School of the University of ing of its Business and ProfesMedicine and Dentistry of New Harle. The new prf sidenl, who succeeds incumbent Jeff Gardner, Scherer, Sonjeev Sharma, Alan sional Women's Group on TuesJersey, was recently honored served during the past year as Student Council secretary. Ho and John Fink all hitting The Bar Mitzvah of Randy day. June 28, at 8 p.m. in the with the Golden Merit Award by Robert M.Lampf Photo safely. Fielding very well for Jonathan Levine and Jeffrey home of Faith Braverman at 2 the New Jersey Psychiatric Asthe Orioles were Fink, SperBrian Kutash took place at Marberne Terrace duto, Fordyce and Dias, with sociation. He has practiced Martin Lerner of David Ler- Sabbath Morning Services on medicine for 46 years and spent Nedza doing his usual steady ner Associates will discuss the Saturday, June IB, at Temple 35 of them as a psychiatrist. work behind the plate. varied aspects of financial plan- Emanu-EI of West Essex. In retirement from the full Brewers •.Orioles 3 Randy Levine is the son of ning during the meeting time faculty at the medical The surging Kempler Shoes The meeting is open to all Mr. and Mrs Stephen Levine school since October, Dr. KalOrioles raised their second half SALES • SERVICE • INSTALLATION business and professional wo- and Jeffrey Kutash is the son of len says he is "working harder record to five and one by defeatmen regardless of membership Dr. and Mrs. Irwin Kutash, all HEATING* CENTRAL A/C than ever." In addition to super ing the ShopRite Brewers 6-3. The Atkins Building - LL6 of Livingston. in NCJW vising residents and teaching at HUMIDIFIERS • CLOCK THERMOSTATS Daniel Dias again went the 349 East Northfield Rd. 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The Livingston Learners finished second in Division V. In the first of two games at Soccerama, they suffered one loss to the • first place Piscataway team. Peter Kilelee scored the. only goal, with a final score of 31. The Learners remained strong and came back to win the second game against Rahway 20. The outstanding defense of Andrew Cassese, Gary Gann, Steven Calandrill and Jeff Goldklang kept the ball away from scoring position, and Marshall

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Melissa Rosenbaum IsMarried To Dr. Cary Sjlvennan May 30 Dr. Silverman, a cum laude graduate of Boston University, received his medical degree from (he University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey medical school. He will begin a residency in ophthalmology al Rabbi Samuel Cohen and Hahnemann Medical College in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in Cantor Henry Butensky perJuly formed the wedding ceremony Following a honeymoon trip at Temple Beth Shalom. A reception followed the service al to Acapulco, Mexico, the couple will reside in Philadelphia. the temple. Marcia Tabalchnick of West Orange, the bridegroom's sister, served as matron of honor and Jacalyn Bernstein of Livingston was maid of honor Lon Tabatchnick of West Orange was best man for his brother-in-law. The new Mrs. Silverman is a cum laude graduate of the University of Maryland at College Park, and was previously employed by Jay Gold Films in New York. Melissa B. Rosenbaum. daughter of M r . and "Mrs Morris Rosenbaum of Livingston, was married on May 30 to Dr. Cary M. Silverman, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. William Silverman of West Orange.

FASTER, FASTER. Eric (ioll, seven, and Franco Marinaro. nine, students al Riker Hill and Burnet Hill Schools, test the slide ride a l (he annual Kiwanis Karnival. This year's Karnival feature* exciting new rides, in addition to old favorites like the ferris wheel, lilla-whirl and merry-go-round.

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STII.I. H K I . I ' l \ ( i AFTER ALL THESE YEARS. Mervyn V.T. llaines prepares the baiter for Ihe funnel rakes, a popular food item al Ihe annual Kiwanis Karnival. llaines, a past governor oi Ihe stale Kiwanis organization, has been a member of Ihe Livingston chapler for IK years.

Dear Mr. Cone: To the politician, ignorance is bliss. T h e voter's lack of knowledge of many issues affecting them affords the politician the opportunity to act with regard to his own interests rather than to those whom he represents. For this reason, it is Amy Miller, daughter of Diof vital importance that we be aware of those crucial political ane and David Miller of Rale Terrace, has been awarded an issues which effect us today. It isn't necessary to take a honorarium from the Block Drug Company Scholarship stand on these issues. But surely, we should acquire some Awards Committee in recoggeneral knowledge of affairs nition of her scholastic achievewhich concern us. It is for this ment and personal character. reason that the Crucial Issues She plans to attend Ihe University of Maryland (o study Forum was organized. towards a degree in business The purpose of the Crucial Issues Forum is to extend administration

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University of Pennsylvania Holds Commencement Exercises Several Livingston residents received degrees from the University of Pennsylvania during recent commencement exercises. Laura J. Ninger was graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor of arts degree in English. She was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and received honors in English for work on a senior honors thesis. While at college, she minored in clinical psychology and researched an independent study project at the Philadelphia Child Guidance Clinic. She was also employed at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania's Physically Handicapped Training Center, served an internship at the Opera Company of Philadelphia, and studied last summer on scholarship in Florence, Italy. Ninger is the daughter of John and Joan Beeson of 59

Jay B. Abramson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin D. Abramson of 4 Shadowlawn Drive, received a bachelor of science degree in economics magna cum Laura Ninger laude from the Wharton School of the University. A 1979 graduate of Livingston High School, he will enter the University of Pennsylvania Law School this fall. Receiving a master of business administration degree from the Wharton School was Madeline A. Dymsza, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Dymsza of 73 Martin Road. She was graduated with highest honors from Rutgers University College of Arts and Sciences with a B A degree in mathematics and economics in 1981 Listed in "Who's Who Among University Students," she is a member of both Phi Beta Kappa and Omicron Delta Epsilon. She will be employed as an associate in investment banking with the corporation finance division of Merrill Lynch in New York City. Madeline Dymsia Peter Deane Paul Feldman, son of Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Feldman of Livingston, was graduated from the School of Dental Medicine. A graduate of Livingston High School, he attended Tufts University and was graduated cum laude from Drew University. He will begin a residency at the Newark Beth Israel Medical Center on July 1. Michael J. Biondi, son of Mr and Mrs. Frank J. Biondi of Ridge Drive, received the degrees, both cum laude, of doctor of jurisprudence from the Law School and master of business administration from the Wharton School of Finance. Biondi, a 1975 graduate of Livingston High School, was graduated magna cum laude from Dartmouth College in 1979 and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa He will be associated with the law firm of Scadden, Arpes, Slater, PaulFeMman Jay Abramson Meagher and Flom in New York City. His wife, the former Cynthia J. Ginn of Laconia, New Hampshire, was also awarded with a lead off double by Sue an MBA degree from the Whar- Smitko followed by a triple by Lisa Howell. The triple was ton School of Finance. Howell's second of the evening. Mrs. Elsie MeEvoy died FriFordyce also hit a single which day, June 17, in Saint Barnabas led to the game-winning run and Medical C< nter of injuries susthe winners clinched the victory tained in i n automobile acciwith a game-ending double dent. A Mi ss was offered yesplay terday, Wednesday, in St. PhiloNewsweek posted two vicMerrigan's girls' Softball mena Church following a futeam made it five in a row, tories this week, outlasting neral from the Hopping Funeral beating Spring Air Mattress 17- Spring Air Mattress 9-7 and Home. 4 in the women's Softball breezing past Saint Barnabas Born in Newark, Mrs. Me- league, sponsored by the De- Medical Center 8-2 Evoy lived in Livingston for 43 partment of Recreation and Mary KuJik's infield play and years. Parks Merrigan's maintains a base running and Jacquie A member and past president perfect 5-0 record with this win. Denman's two timely base hits of the St. Philomena Senior CitiEach Merrigan team in Ihe late innings were credited zens Club, she was also a mem- member contributed at least with Newsweek's win over ber of the SI. Philomena Rosary one hit in the 22 hit attack. Lu- Spring Air Mattress. Against Society and the Oak Leaf Club. ann Peterpaul led the hitters, SBMC, Carmen Inclan was the In addition, Mrs. MeEvoy Was going four for four, and Tracy defensive standout, holding chairwoman of the Livingston Mills and Robin Kampf added down the hot corner with sureDemocratic Party and a mem- three hits apiece. Mindy Fox, handed catches and accurate ber of the Livingston Senior Allison Fordyce, Val Manna. throws, while Debbie Bonewick Citizen's Advisory Council. She Trish Phelan and Lisa Howell led the offense, going three for was also a member of the all had two hits each. three and making four RBIs. Livingston Women's Club. Defensively, Merrigan's was Surviving are a son, Edward led by Peterpaul in Ihe infield of Livingston, one grandson and and Fox in Ihe outfield, while two great grandchildren. Phelan went the distance as A news article concerning the pitcher for her fourth win of the Alan D. Sobel of 6 Camelot collision appears elsewhere in season. Drive received a B.S degree in this issue of Ihe Tribune In other action, Merrigan's accountancy during the May 21 took a close 4-3 decision from commencement exercises of To perk up your business with the Gail Lowenstein Realtors Bentley College, a Waltham, Massachusetts, school which some new customers, place an team. Trailing by one in Ihe sixth specializes in business educaad in Ihe West Essex Tribune tion. inning. Merrigan's came dack 992-1771.

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Miss Parma and John Gompfjr. Exchange Vow» in New Milford Laurie E. Parma of New Milford became the bride of John L. Gompf Jr. of Livingston on Sunday, June 12. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Parma of New Milford and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Gompf Sr. of45BelmontDrive. Rev. Arthur C. Pedersen performed the wedding service at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church in New Milford. A reception followed at Rockleigh Country ClubinRockleigh. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, was attended by Diane Perusse of New Milford, the maid of honor, and bridesmaids Kathleen Santora and Patricia Schwind, both of New Milford, and Linda LunauofBergenfield.

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WVNJ-FM WU1 Move to Secaucus When New Ownership Takes Over It was announced this week that the studios of WVNJ FM, now located on West Mt. Pleas ant Avenue in Livingston, will be moved to a newly opened building in Secaucus when new ownership, which recently purchased the F M station for a reported $85 million, takes over. Transfer of the broadcast license from the current owners, Sabre Broadcasting, to the Mai rite Corporation of Cleveland was approved by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on June 7. The sister station, WVNJ AM, will remain in the Livingston location; however, negotiations are being conducted for the sale of WVNJ AM as well, according to Arnold Raskin, director of operations. Raskin added that he expected Malrite to take over the F M operation within four to six weeks. WVNJ was established in

Attermanns Have Girl On June 21 Howard and Hannah Attermann of 7 Canterbury Road have announced the birth of their second child, Lauren Sosha, on June 21 in Saint Barnabas Medical Center The little girl, who weighed seven pounds, 12 ounces at birth, joins a two year old brother, Aaron. The maternal grandparents are Henry and Adele Schwalbe of Riverdale. New York, and Ihe paternal grandparents are Al and Lorraine Attermann of Millburn. The baby's greatgrandfather is Jack Friedman of Florida.

If your business could use more business, call the business-promoting specialists in the advertising department at the West Essex Tribune, 9921771.

1«M5, with the FM affiliate added during the 1950s Sabre purchased both stations in 1978 from Newark Broadcasting Company. The stations are licensed in Newark, and the license will remain in that location. The AM transmitters and antenna towers located in Livingston will also remain in service. The present F M transmitters and antenna in West Orange will be replaced by new equipment on top of the Empire State Building in Manhattan. Power is to be greatly increased, and the new location for the antenna will extend Ihe station's FM

coverage area substantially. Malrite Corporation owns 13 radio stations, four television stations and a Rochester, New York, television production company, making it one of the largest privately owned radio and TV chains in the nation. The new ownership has proposed call letters WHTZ to replace WVNJ, however a representative of Malrite has promised that New Jersey will still be served by the station. In addition, a format change from "WVNJoy's beautiful music by day and jazz by night" to an a t yet undisclosed format is being considered.

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Cub Scouts Have Annual Picnic After Cleaning UpPark Site

West Drive and Fred C. Ninger of Mendham. Peter M. Deane of Whippany, a former resident of Livingston, was graduated summa cum laude with distinction in bio logy. A1979 graduate of Living ston High School, he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Deane of Whippany. He conducted an independent research project on the protozoan echinosphaerium and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He plans to continue his education at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine.

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A Trouble Spol Dear Kclitor I'd liki1 In address th<- |>i <> blem of Ihi' |ir»|Miswl Mall which the residents of Concord ami Village lirivi-s arc so ada menlly opposed lo. by citing a

situation which occurs a bit furl her soul h of ('uncord Drive. M> second floor office has a picture window view of Ihe driveway of Roosevelt Plaza In Ihe ime and one hull years I've been here, we've miraculously only seen Ihree lender benders, all hough al least five limes each day we'll hear the screech-

ing of brakes and cringe for the sound of crushed metal, crink ling glass and screams of anguish! Thai driveway is clearly marked "Entrance." Interest ingly, the driveway on North field Road is also marked entrance. Roosevelt is a lovely Plaza, quite interested in seeing

that we properly enter, yel how and where does one safely exit? Was there thought given to this plan of two entrances and no exits at Ihe time the Plaza was approved'.' The majority of drivers (or I prefer, idiots) exiting from the Plaza onto Livingston Avenue insist upon turning left and north onlo the Avenue, thereby

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My personal problem arises in trying lo get home at 3:30. Ideally, to save time and head towards my home, I should exit my office parking lot on the east side of Livingston Avenue, turn left, and go lo Northfield Road. With cars parked along the east side completely blocking my view of oncoming traffic, trying to cross the four lanes and having to watch that I don't crash Into one of those idiots also turning left out of Roosevelt, my best bet is lo turn right out of Ihe driveway.

I am not writing in opposition lo the expansion of a business, but if Ihe decision is made lo approve, then the Board should simultaneously be planning some solution as to Ihe flow of traffic, the increased volume of this flow, and'the impending difficulties which will result if a decision is made to favor expansion in this already congested area. Marilyn Piordaliso 51 West Lawn Road Livingston

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Northfield Road lo ShopRite as a huge trouble spot 1 don't know of any other area of Ihe Avenue which has nine business driveways on the same side within one long block area.

I a m now headed in the wrong direction and have Ihree alternatives: 1) I can turn Steven Shifrin, son of Mr. and around in the ShopRite lot, 21 I can take Livingston Avenue as Mrs. Gerard Shifrin of Living far north as Kings and then slon, has been named lo Ihe turn, or much more easily, 3) dean's list a l Rider College in simply make Ihe first left into Lawrenceville for the spring seConcord Dr. and go around the mester. Students must earn at least a block! I see this one very long block 3.25 grade point average to of Livingston Avenue from attain this honor al Rider.

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TOURS O R I E N T : Livingston residents Billy and Sharon Reilman are shown on the Great Wall during their recent trip to China and the Orient. Kidman, president o( Park AMC-Jeep-Renaull in Rloontlield, was one of the few U.S. dealers selected by American Motors-Renault lo participate in the Iwo week trip, which coincided with the announcement thai AMC will begin production of Jeep vehicles in China.

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Egner Receives Fellowship Award from Orange Rotary Club Andrew I Egner Jr of Livingston received a Paul liar ris Fellowship Award from the Rotary Club of Orange al its annual installation dinner The award symbolizes Kgner's efforts to achieve the goals of Kotary and the club will donate $1,000 to the Rotary Foundation for scholarships and group sludy exchange programs Egner is president and chief executive officer of the Orange

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Test Rite Wins Softball Game Test Rite Opticians defeated the Breen Machine 17-13 in the businessmen's Softball league, sponsored by the Department of Recreation and Parks. The game was a see-saw battle until Test Rite pulled away, scoring four runs in the fifth inning. The winners added two more runs in the sixth and held Breen scoreless for the last two innings to clinch the victory. Leading the Test Rite hitting attack were Mike Lampariello and Ray DeCarlo with three hits apiece, Bob Saccone, Jay Moran and Doug Pearsoll with two hits each. The Livingston Elks beat Capri Salon in a close H 10 match marked with fine fielding and hitting. Bill Waldron, John Ciampi and Joe Zahn's defensive supported the winners and the hitting attack was highlighted by Lou Daniele with a double and home run. Ciampi recorded the game winning triple and Joe Connolly had four hits. Bob Larsen performed well on the mound for the Elks.

On Dean's List At Roger Williams Stephanie Berkowitz of 40 Longacre Drive has been named to the dean's list at Roger Williams College in Bristol, Rhode bland, for the spring semester.

Conductor Michael J. Buglio, who opened rehearsals this week for the New Jersey Pops' trip to Washington, D.C.. is shown above leading the orchestra at last week's concert in Waterloo. Pagano AConklin Photo

Pops Opens Rehearsals For Washington Trip The New Jersey Pops Orchestra opened rehearsals this week at St. Philomena School in Livingston for its concert in Washington, D C , on the Independence Day weekend. The orchestra, conducted by Michael J. Buglio of Livingston, will perform as part of the national Independence Day observance. On Wednesday evening the 75

Swimming Classes Beginning Monday Swim classes sponsored by the Department of Recreation and Parks will begin next week at Memorial Park and Northland pools Both morning and evening classes will be held. Those interested in attending the evening classes must be present at the first session. Children who fail to attend the pre-school and learn to-swim classes early in the season will not be permitted to enter classes later in the summer. Classes for pre-schoolers, elementary school children, teenagers and adults will be offered as well as courses for advanced lifesaving, basic rescue and water safety and water safety instructors. A handicapped swim course will also be available For times and registration information, call the recreation department at 992 2620

piece symphony orchestra met at St. Philomena School for the first of three rehearsals in preparation for' the concert. Buglio will lake the group to Washington next weekend, with the financial support of a group of prominent New Jersey business leaders. Prior to the Washington concert, Buglio will lead the New Jersey Pops in two other concerts. The orchestra will perform a full concert on Monday for the employees of the National Starch and Chemical Company in Bridgewater On Tuesday, June 28, the orchestra has been invited to present a concert as part of the 75th anniversary observance of Cedar Grove Township.

Zocks Attending College Program Livingston High School student Wendy Zocks will participate in the American University Summer College, an academic credit program for college-bound high school ? dents, June 25-July 16 in Washington. DC Course offerings in the program will include areas such as politics, computer, business, writing and environmental science Need a second car? Check the Tribune's classified advertisements.

11 days only. Ortontcd Imports Ltd. of Bocci Bcrton visits Monlstowit to present a special shipment of beauttful oriented furniture It accessories from the Far East at prices so low you'll swear you were In Hong Kong. 11 days only: Pti, June 24 through Hon., July 4. 10a.m.-7.-30pjn. Oitontal Imperil LM. I Sol* location U tank SI In Morrlftcwn DMCH0M «l M WMI 01 510 ( M o n m a l D i andhMd w«l fowon* ttoGmn In MnrtMown south on Rnfc («omb«o»ti m m ) «Mdl bwofnM Honk SI W«l* I block ah iht SquaK on II* Ml talking n on i » rtgui

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FOURTH OF JULY COMMITTEE members Gerry Wollsoo. program; Ira Drucks, contributions; and chairman Rick Bellram put finishing touches on the plans for the Independence Day celebration. The evening program will begin at 6:30 p.m. with a rock concert at Littell's Pond, followed by distribution of door priies from local merchant* at 7:3* p.m. on the stage in front of the high school. Prior to the fireworks, stage entertainment will be presented by Diane Gross* "Aerobics In Action" for children and the "Top Hats" baton twirlers.

Rocco Finelli pitched an excellent game for Jer-Mar Texaco, which shut out USF4G 19-0 in the men's industrial softball league, sponsored by the Department of Recreation and Parks. Finelli and Steve Pappas led Texaco's 37 hit attack with five hits apiece. They were followed by Jim Kirby, Jimmie Pagano and Kevin Francione, with four hits each, Mike Entwistle, Ken Feeney and Ron Barbella with three hits apiece and Keith Rulka and Rob Gallagher recording two hits each. Barbella blasted a two-run homer. In other action, Viking Home Improvement raised its season record to 7-1 with a 17-6 romp

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pitcher Bob Larsen with three hits apiece The winners scored every inning, with Greggo Adamo, Tom Lutz, Tom Cullen, Chris Sheil. Al Sages and Howard Hoffman recording two hits apiece. •

On Dean a List Kevin Louis Marcus, son of Mr. and Mrs Leonard Marcus of 14 Ml Vernon Court, has been named to the dean's list for the past school year at Guilford College in Greensboro. North Carolina During the year Marcus was a senior majoring in management.

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June 26,1983

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lichael's International Salon Relocated June of 1983

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Michael's International World of Beauty 623 Eagle Rock Plata, West Orange, New Jersey - (201) 731-088O-1

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Michael-Hair Designer

Sebastian - Hair Designer

Joann and Rhonda Receptionists

Debbte- Hair Designer

Eagle Rock Jewelry Exchange • Owner JoMph and Carle (Pictured) CALABRE8E

Tired of bring rustled? In beauty concept? Then you nee Michael's international, Rock Plaza, has been newly de men and women caught up in of personal inconvenience. A rooms for facials, manicure coloring specialists are also ov special upper level ana whkh micro oven and sinkfor snacki

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Michael's Interna

623 Eagle Rock Plaza, West Orange

Carmela D. • Hair Designer

Prances - Manicurist

Diane-Hair Designer

The Lounge Area t mood to be pampered? Interested m a chael's International World ofBeauty. Wished in 1913 and now located at 623 Eagle ned to mat the challenging demands of today's king andfading their best with the hast amount Michael's, private and aesthetically decorated ! pedicures wiU be Offered. Dependable hair tble at Michael's. Here too, you will discover a til sport a client lomge f*#ky. complete with while relaxing. n will be supplied by the presenct qf a hair deco mge service and a Jonetl cosmetic consultant ur special packaga certificate now. Coma have a yweittoyoumql

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