Westfield, NJNewspaper...... Thursday, November 6, 1997


 Republicans Sweep Democrats in Westfield to Increase Majority to 6-3;
GOP Picks Up Seat In 4th Ward as Mrs. Weinstein Defeats Mr. Carr
Front Page Story

News in Brief

Ann Taylor to Occupy Two of Three Storefronts on Broad Street

Bomb Threat at High School Determined as Unfounded

Local Towns Gather to Hear More Information Regarding Proposed Lease if Incinerator

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SWEEP... Republican First Ward Councilman-elect Gregory S. McDermott, right, thanks supporters at a gathering at Wyckoff's Restaurant following the Republican sweep in the three contested Town Council races. Also pictured, left to right, are Third Ward Councilman Neil F. Sullivan, Jr., who won reelection; unopposed Second Ward Councilman Mathew P. Albano; Westfield Republican Town Committee Chairman Robert W. Cockren, and Fourth Ward Councilwoman-elect Janis Fried-Weinstein.

 Councilman Populus, Mr. Whitaker Victorious on Tuesday
In Races for Two Available Seats on Fanwood Governing Body
Front Page Story

CONGRATULATIONS... Councilman-elect Joel Whitaker, second from left, receives warm wishes from fellow Republicans during a victory celebration at the Stage House Inn, after the results of Tuesday's election were announced. Mr. Whitaker won the seat on the Fanwood Borough Council currently held by Councilman Dr. Chester R. Lindsey, left, who is retiring from the governing body this year. Joining them are Karen Paardecamp, Campaign Manager and President of the Fanwood Republican club, and Councilman Stuart S. Kline.

Scotch Plains/Fanwood
News in Brief

Towns Gather to Hear More About Proposed Lease of County Burner

Dr. Sheldon Says BOE Must Share Responsibility Regarding Deficit

Nepawin Lane Property Lines to Settle Case

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The Week In Sports

WINNING THE MUD BOWL... Junior La'Marr McDaniel, No. 30, of the Raiders breaks into open field, as he sloshes to a 32-yard touchdown in the second quarter. With the assistance of his entire offensive line, the Indians were scrunched, as shown. Scotch -Plains crushed Rahway, 25-0, in Rahway on November 2nd.

Sports Highlights

Blue Devils Capture No. 500;
Tame the Wet Cougars, 34-0

Raiders Rain-sack Indians,
Scoop Up Mudbowl, 25-0

Well-Balanced Devils Grab
County Gymnastics Title

See Our Full Color Sports Seciton for the Complete Stories
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