Westfield,NJ Newspaper...... Thursday, January 29, 1998

 Westfield Women's Club Clubhouse
Slated For Sale, Subdivision Sought
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Westfield News

  • Mayor Pursues NeighborHood Preservation Plan

  • Rialto to Unveil Renovated Cinema Next Month

  • Authorities Arrest Massage Parlor Six On Prostitution

"LITTLE WHITE HOUSE" TO BE SOLD... The Westfield Women's Club will sell their clubhouse to the highest bidder in March as organization's size dwindles from peak of 600 in 1955 to current 108.

  • Mrs. Ruotolo, Mr. Mingo Join Freeholder Board

School Board To Suspend $36,000 Payments
To The Magnet School Program
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ANGELIC VOICES IN NYC... Members of the Angelic Chorus of Park Middle School relax after performances in Madison Square Garden and on NBC's "Today Show".

  • New FAA Flight Path Is Topic For Upcoming Meetings

Scotch Plains/Fanwood

  • Planning Board Rejects Better View Development

  • Three Seats Available For School Board

  • Contractor Hired For Sewer Project

The Week In Sports

STRONG, BEAUTIFUL BLUE DEVILS... Brook Smith and Heidi Schoenemann, bottom left to right; Abby Coxson and Jesse Coxson comprise the powerful 200 freestyle and 400 freestyle relay swim teams at WHS.

  • Talented Lady Devils Target County Swimming Title

  • Raiders Pin Spirited Devil Matmen, 48-25

  • Blue Devil Boys Win County Track Title

  • Vikings, Raiders and Devils Victorious in Weeks' Basketball

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1997 In Review - 1996In Review

Weekly News In Depth

N.J. State Congress

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County seeks "Metro Stars" move to Elizabeth, Augustine Named Chair of Government Committee, League of Voters, Freeholder Scutari on worker health plans`


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Mrs. Walsh launches 3rd Westfield School Bd. Bid, School Strategic Plan hearing, F-SP Rotary, Registration for students, Union Catholic Scholars.

Editorial, Letters

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"Freeholder Fresh Look"; Letters to the Editor; Girl Scout Programs.


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Philhower Fellowship nominations due, 80th anniversary Youth & Family Counseling, MIT Cites WHS teacher.


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WHS Football History Society topic, Musical Club, Grant/Washington 50th Show.


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Bloomfield College, Vo-Tech Technology Grant, Amateur Radio Class, Women's Club Scholarships applications, Democrats to celebrate Mayor, Thrift Shop Sales.


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Songfellows at Presbyterian Church, Attallah Shabazz at Bethel Baptist, Torah Center Chassidic Farbrengen.


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Councilman for "Smoke-Free Air, Girl Scout Cookies, W. Symphony Orchestra and Chez Catherine, Canadian Mime, Music Studio, AARP meeting


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Junior Women's Club, DeMolay, Mother Remembers Rotary in will, Jefferson Reading program.



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Union County College Youth Courses, UNICO Announces winners, Score for academic skills, Miller-Cory Demonstration.



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Real Estate briefs, College Men's Club Dance.

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