-THE WESTFIEUHN.f.) DEADER, THURSDAY, JULY 31,1M6
Italian Night at "Lemon" Owners May Sue
The Union County Department Attorney General W. Cary Ed- grams complied with these fed- Thus, New Jersey has the
of Parks and Recreation will pre- wards has announced that Mew eral standards. The Division has authority to declare the pro-
sent Italian Night at the Summer Jersey consumers who own un- not determined upon careful grams ineffective for purposes of
Arts Festival, Wednesday, Aug. repairable new cars may now sue review that none of the auto- the Lemon Law.
6, 7:30 p.m. at Echo Lake Park. auto makers directly under the makers' programs comply with "The arbitration programs in
Performing at the concert will be Lemon Law since manu- the FTC requirements and New place in New Jersey fail to
"The Camillo Montana Band". facturers' arbitration programs Jersey consumers therefore may recognize the existence of our
under the law do not comply with sue manufacturers directly Lemon Law and rarely award to
A dance floor, snack truck and federal requirements. under the Lemon Law without the consumer everything he or
parks information booth will be "Our 1983" Lemon Law," the first resorting to the arbitration she may be entitled to under our
available at the concert site. Con- Attorney General said, "was programs," Attorney General statute," Barry said.
cert goers are encouraged to designed to protec t buyers of new Edwards said. The Magnuson-Moss Warranty
bring lawn chairs or blankets. cars that turned out to be
Admission is free. Consumer Affairs Director Act requires that the arbitration
unrepairable. However, the law James J. Barry said: "Con- decisions consider all legal
In the event of rain, the concert required consumers to first use sumers who wish to avoid the remedies appropriate under the
will be held at Trailside Nature ft arbitration programs with the cost of litigation still have the op- circumstances, including awards
Science Center auditorium, Coles automakers before suing, so long tion of using the free arbitration for expenses such as towing,
Ave. and New Providence Rd., as the programs complied with programs such as the BBB Auto- lodging, lost pay and car rental
Mountainside. There is no rain- requirements established by the line, Ford Consumer Appeals costs. Notwithstanding that re- Rep. Matthew J. Rinaldo, R-N.J., meets in his Washington office with
date. Federal Trade Commission. Board and Chrysler Customer quirement, no manufacturer has Congress-Bundestag Scholarship winners Michael Rodin (center) of
"Under the Lemon Law, the Satisfaction Arbitration Board. disclosed the number of buy- 120 Summit Ct., and William Townsend of 540 Dudley Ct. Rodin and
For up to the minute informa- Division of Consumer Affairs was However, many consumers have backs or replacement awards Town send recently returned from Germany where they spent the
tion, call the parks 24-hour given authority to determine if complained that the arbitration over the past three years. Thus, it past year as participates in the Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange
hotline at 352-8410. the automakers' arbitration pro- decisions are not based on Lemon is impossible to determine Program sponsored by the International Student Exchange. During
Law standards and are often sub- whether these remedies were their exchange year, they lived with German families and attended
ject to bureaucratic delays." even considered during the ar- German high schools. Congressman Rinaldo represents the 7th Con-
Clarissa Nolde At
The state statute defines a bitration process. gressional District which includes Westfield.
Music Festival lemon car as a new vehicle with a Attorney General Edwards
defect covered by a written war- concluded: "This ruling is only
Clarissa E. Nolde has been ranty that substantially affects interim relief for the problems Brug Receives
awarded a scholarship to study the car's use, value, or safety and with Lemon Law enforcement. Scholarship
flute and perform this summer at that has been the subject of When the Legislature returns to
the Aspen Music Festival's 37th repair four or more times during the State House in the Fall, we Muhlenberg Regional Medical Thomsen of Edison, attending
season in Aspen, Col. Chosen the warranty period or within one plan to be prepared to introduce Center has awarded $12,000 from UMDNJ-NJ Medical School.
through national auditions, year of the delivery date, which- amendments to the statute that the Howard G. Lapley Memorial
ever is earlier. The law also may should better protect Howard G. Lapsley, a native of
Clarissa will join professionals Scholarship Fund to eight area Plainfield, dedicated himself to
and students to study and make apply if the car has been out of consumers."
service for repairs for a residents who are pursuing improving the quality of life for
music in the resort city. cumulative total of 30 business medical or dental studies. all mankind. He is best re-
From June 27 to August 24, con- days. The awards, ranging from membered for the multiple ox-
certs are given each afternoon $1,000 to $2,000 each, went to: genating device he invented for
and evening. To meet this In April, Consumer Affairs Derek K. Pressley David R. Beatty of Bound Brook, the fast care of mass disaster pa-'
schedule, five orchestras are with the consent of the Attorney attending UMDNJ-School of tients.
formed each summer. They General sent a questionnaire to Receives Promotion Osteopathic Medicine; Pamela Josephine Lapsley provided for
range in size from the full-sized auto m a n u f a c t u r e r s doing Brug of Westfield, attending the establishment of the Howard
Festival Orchestra to the smaller business in New Jersey to deter- UMDNJ-Rutgers Medical G. Lapsley Memorial Scholar-
mine if their programs were in Derek K. Pressley, son of John
Chamber Symphony. In addition School; Paul DeMartino of ship fund in her will as a
to the symphonic performances, compliance with the FTC A. Pressley of Scotch Plains, has Piscataway, attending UMDNJ-
requirements. To date, no manu- been promoted in the U.S. Army memorial to her brother, who
the Aspen Festival affords many Rutgers Medical School; Robin died in 1969. The intent of the
chamber ensembles, choral, and facturer has responded fully to to the rank of sergeant. L. Kornegay of Plainfield, atten-
the questionnaire. The FTC has scholarship is to provide finan-
operatic concerts. not stated that any of the manu- ding Yale Medical School, New cial aid annually to needy can-
Clarissa performed on July 25 Pressley is a communications Haven, Conn., James M. Prin-
facturers' dispute settlement system operator With the 304th didates matriculated in a pro-
and 26 in the orchestra at the programs comply with its rule. Signal Battalion in South Korea. cipe of Scotch Plains, attending" gram for the study of medicine.
Aspen Opera Theatre's produc- UMDNJ-NJ Medical School; Candidates must have been rais-
tion of two Puccini one-act Steven J. Rothemich of South ed in a r e a s served by
operas Suor Angelica and Gianni Clarlssa E. Nolde Plainfield, attending Georgetown
Speakers Available on Autism Muhlenberg Regional Medical
Schicchi. She is studying flute University Dental School, Center.
this summer with Nadine Asin of chestra. Washington, DC; Myhanh L. Dr. Paul Winokur, the
the Metropolitan Opera Or- A 1965 graduate of West field The New Jersey Council of quest a speaker or for more infor- Tang of Piscataway, attending hospital's chief of pediatrics,
chestra and the American Sym- Senior High School, Clarissa was Organizations and Schools for mation, call the Autism Helpline UMDNJ-Rutgers Medical served as the selection commit-
phony Orchchestra. for several years principal flutist Autistic children and Adults,.Inc. at 1-800-4AUTISM. School, and Kathleen M. tee's chairman.
A dean's list student at North- of the New Jersey Youth Sym- (COSAC) provides speakers free The Autism Helpline/Informa-
western University's School of phony. She studied in 1984 as a of charge to organizations in- tion Clearinghouse also provides
Music, Clarissa was recently scholarship student at the Na- terested in the field of autism. information and referral on
elected to Sigma Alpha Iota, an tional Music Camp at In- COSAC has organized a group of autism to New Jersey residents,
international honorary music terlochen, Mich., and in the sum- qualified professionals who are as, well as short-term-emergency
fraternity. At Northwestern she mer of 1985 she was flutist in the available to speak to parents,, care for families of children with
is a student of Walfrid Kujala of Young Artists; Orchestra at groups, child study teams, com- autism ages 3-21. To find out
the Chicago Symphony Or- Tanglewood, Lenox, Mass. munity service groups and pro- more about Helpline services call
fessional organizations. To re- the toll free number.
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