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Westfield, Mountainside, Berkeley Heights, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union County, NJ News July 08, 1999
Efforts to Bring USS New Jersey Home Pick Up Steam;
Ship Headed for Bayonne or Camden Next Year

SOLD OUT! ...The Westfield Memorial Pool was the place to be during the July 4th holiday weekend to cool off from the heat wave. The Recreation Department has announced that all 1,900 family memberships at the pool have been sold this summer.
Three-Year Contract Accepted By Teachers, BOE In School District
Memorial Pool Memberships Surge; 1,900 Family Memberships Sold
Council OK’s Sidewalk Replacement; Residents to Pay Half of $100,000 Cost
WHS Prepares Project Construction
Westfield Attorney James C. Heimlich Takes Oath As Judge in Union County Superior Court
GOP Freeholder Candidates Visit Mountainside Club

Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
Fogging to Eliminate Birds In SP Neighborhood Raises Residential, Legal Concerns
Azerbaijan Exchange Student Bids ‘Goodbye’ To Host Family in Scotch Plains, Life in U.S.
BOE Cracks Down on Possession of Tobacco Products; New Electives for Grade Eight to be Offered for 1999-2000
Inspired by Successful Kidney Transplant, Fanwood Man Urges All to Sign Donor Cards
County And State:
Senator DiFrancesco Thanked for Support Of Shore Protection Bill
Prosecutor to Use State Funds to Expand County Insurance Fraud Investigations
Freeholders Hear $46 Million Plan to Upgrade County’s Parks Over 10 Years
Conference Efforts On Tobacco Use

DISCOVERING THE UNITED STATES…Anar Akbarli, an exchange student from Azerbaijan, one of the 15 former states of the United Soviet Socialist Republic, stands aboard a replica of the Mayflower during his recent stay in the United States. During his stay, Anar resided with the family of the Reverend Kenneth Hetzel, Pastor of the Willow Grove Presbyterian Church in Scotch Plains.

The Week In Sports

WESTFIELD “Y” AQUADUCKS…Synchronized Swim Team, from left to right, are: bottom row, Maggy Grant, J. Gaglioti, K. Lam, C. Clark, G. Mikalonis, R. Goor, S. Coulson, I. Sabnani; center row, L. Hershkowitz, J. Blumert, P. Lee, R. Ross, S. Hall, Maureen Grant, E. Terwelp; top row, F. Mikalonis, M. Lesko, B. Zakian, D. Baukh, S. Kolterjahn, G. Vosilla, K. Matusiak, B. Piniero, A. Bengivenga.

  • Men's Softball:
    D & L Locksmiths Find Key; Close Down Flanagan’s, 18-7;
    Willoughby Road Wobbles Shady Lane’s Hopes, 10-0

  • Swimming: Westfield Aquaducks Rule Competition at USSI Event

  • WHS Football: Westfield Football Establishes its Web Site

  • Baseball: SP-F Tigers Repeat; Surpass Dodgers for Baseball Crown

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NEW - "This Is Westfield" - 1999:
"Our Town Scotch Plains": Officials [22, 23], Police, Fire, Rescue [18], Worship [20], Schools [14]. [15], [27]. Recycling 25, Recreation [8], Business [10], ... more. Return to: Top of Page

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