Westfield, Mountainside, Berkeley Heights, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union Cty, NJ Newspaper NOV 18, 1999
Both Parties Continue Post-Election Criticisms
Over Negative Campaign Literature
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AT ATTENTION...United States military veterans stood before the Westfield World War I Monument near the intersection of Broad Street and North Avenue, on Veterans Day, to pay their respects to those men and women who served this country and sacrificed their lives in its wars. At exactly 11 a.m., the bell at the First United Methodist Church chimed 11 times as the area was blanketed in melancholy silence.
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Fourth Ward Race Probe Concludes Tomorrow
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Lazarowitz Seeks Recount in Council Race
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Council to Introduce Ordinance Tuesday To Create Local Television Advisory Board
Mountainside/Berkeley Heights:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Majority, Minority Reports Issued on Salaries For Mountainside Mayor, Council Members
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Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Fanwood Officials Outraged by Negative Mail
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Frank Rossi Joins SP Council, Ending Brief Democratic Control
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Officials Say Standardized Tests Should Compare SP-F to Results in Similar School Districts
Union County and State:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) County Joins Utilities Authority in Suit Seeking to Stop New York City Trash From Heading to Elizabeth-Based Garbage Transfer Facilities.
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Bob Franks Launches Campaign for Senate
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Man Gets Four Years In Theft by Deception Of Luxury Automobile
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RAIDERS WINNING A THRILLER… Nathan Jones, No. 22, rushes for one of his six touchdowns in the unbelievable, knee-knocking State Sectional game against the Vikings. Linemen Dan Loomis, No. 75, and Bob Dinsmore, No. 65, helped open up the holes. The Raiders won a wild one, 42-41, against Parsippany Hills in Scotch Plains on November 13.
The Week In Sports: Pavoni blocks PAT as Raiders Hold Off Vikings by 42-41; Rams Butt Blue Devil Girls to Win Sectional Soccer Title 1-0; Lancers’ Air Attack Burns Blue Devil Gridders by 30-20; Raiders Get Watchung Soccer Title with 3-3 Tie in OT with Blue Devil Boys; Swift P-burg State Liners Ice Blue Devils by 4-1 in Field Hockey Sections; Highlanders Romp Big, Clip Falcon Gridders by 28-10

L. Frank Baum

115 Elm Street, Westfield

"The Insider", Corporate Corruption is Up Close and Personal

Ginko Twig Compiles 25 Years of Recipes In Delicious Cookbook
First Congregational to Present Reception for Artist Harry Devlin
Rahway Valley Jerseyaires Gear Up for ‘Millennium’
Scotch Plains Halloween Window Painting Winners Announced
Doctor DeFelice's New Book on Heart Disease
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JOINING THE COUNCIL...Republican Frank Rossi is shown here after taking the oath of office from Township Clerk Barbara Riepe, far right, as the newest member of the Scotch Plains Township Council. Mr. Rossi was chosen by voters in a special election November 2 to fill the seat of Franklin Donatelli, who died in May. The election gives Republicans a 3-2 majority on the governing body. Looking on are Mr. Rossi’s children, wife and parents.

Editorial: "The American Public’s Right to Privacy: What Does it Mean to You and Me?"

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