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Will Conduct Recent Real Estate
The members and guests of the
Westfield Alumnae Chapter of Delta
Delta Delta may attend a Spring
Brunch at 12:30 p.m. on Sunday,
April 24, at the home of Mrs. Ruth
Anne Gordon at 426 Washington
Mrs. Janet Mclnerny and Mr.
Phyllis Ramage will assist the host-
On Wednesday, May 4, at noon the
annual Pansy Brunch will be held at
the home of Mrs. Florence Malcolm
at 841 East Broad Street. Mrs. Ruth
ScheideckerandMrs. Lorry McBride
will assist the hostess.
The Golden Circle Degree will be
given to those 50-year members who
qualified for the ritual in the past Weichert Realtors, 185 Elm Street, Westfleld, has an- Weichert Realtors, 185 Elm Street, Westfleld, has an-
year. In addition, the District Alum- nounced Its participation in the sale of this home at 11 nounced the sale of the above properly at 85 Fair Hill
Chippewa, Cranford. The property was negotiated by Drive, Westtleld. The home was marketed by Maryann
nae Advisor will speak. Carol Lyons. Corcoran.
TOP SHOW...Cappinx a year of outstanding production, Burgdorff Realtors' Any Tri Delt wishing to attend and
WestfleW office won the Highest Company Units Awards for 1993, a spokesman who has not been contacted may tele-
for the firm said. This is the third consecutive year that Westfleld has won the phone Mrs. McBride at 233-9197.
Highest Units Award, given to the office with the greatest number of sales and
listing! sold. Company President, Peter Burgdorff, and Chairman, Mrs. Jean T.
BurgdorfT, presented the award to the Westfleld Office Manager and Vice Cancer Victims
President of the company, Mrs. Jean Massard, at the firm's annual Awards
Breakfast held at the Governor Morris Inn in Morrlstown. The Westfleld office,
located at 600 North Avenue West, is one of Burgdorff Realtors' 31 branches In
New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
In Five-Part Series
"I Can Cope," a five-week educa-
tional support group, is being offered
Mr. Yewaisis Joins Board to cancer patients and their families
beginning on Monday, April 25. The
program is c o - s p o n s o r e d by
Of Bank Retirement Fund Muhlenberg Regional Medical Cen-
terof Plainfield and the Union County
Unit of the American Cancer Society. Weichert Realtors, 185 Elm Street, Wesltleld, has an-
Weichert Realtors, 185 Elm Street, Westfleld, has an-
Joseph S. Yewaisis, Chairman and the Federal Home Loan Bank of New The sessions will be held at the nounced the sale of this home at 51 Munsee Drive, nounced its participation in the sale of Ibis home at 642
President of First Savings Bank of York, the New Jersey Savings League Westfield "Y,"22OCIark Street, from Cranford. The property was marketed by Kathy Summit Avenue, Weslfleld. The property was negoti-
Perth Amboy, has been elected to the and the Savings and Community 7 to 8:30 p.m. The program is being Buontempo and Linda Parsons negotiated the sale. ated by Martha Schilling and Rich Margitich.
Board of Directors of the Financial Bankers of America. presented at no charge as a commu-
Institutions Retirement Fund. The He is currently a director of the nity service.
fund is a national not-for-profit pro- Thrift Institutions Community Invest- All speakers will be from
viderof retirement benefits to 35,000 ment Corp., which supports consor- Muhlenberg's staff. Topics include:
employees of financial institutions tia lending for affordable housing. • April 25—"Medical Aspects of
from coast to coast. Headquartered in Perth Amboy Cancer and Cancer Treatment."
Mr. Yewaisis has headed First Sav- since 1901, First Savings has IS re- • May 2—"Eating to Stay Well."
ings Bank since 1972. He has a long tail banking offices in Middlesex, • May9—"Communicating With
history of service to the thrift indus- Monmouth and Union Counties, in- Your Health Care Team."
try, including service on the boards of cluding one in Scotch Plains. • May 16—"Stress Management
and Relaxation Techniques."
• May 23 — "Sharing Strengths:
Registration is required for "I Can
Cope." The group may be joined at
any time during the five weeks. Weichert Realtors, 185 Elm Street, Westfteld, has an- Weichert Realtors, 185 Elm Street, Westfleld, has an-
For further information or registra- nounced Its participation tn the sale of this home at 692 nounced the sale of the above property at 45 Michael
tion, please call 668-2244 or 354- Rahway Avenue, Westfleld. The property was negoti- Drive, Westfleld. The home was marketed by Rich
7373. ated by Fran Brader. Margitich and Martha Schilling.
Seats New Officers
Mrs. Mirabel D . Fanders of
Chatham Township was installed as
commander of the Watchung Power
Squadron at its annual Change of
..Watch dinner-dance on Apri\ 16 at',
the Fountain Restaurant in Union.
Commander Fanders is the widow of
Fred J. Fanders who commanded the
Squadron in 1985-1986. She is the
first woman to command the squad-
FOR THE CAUSE...Thc week of April 21 hus been proclaimed Retarded ron in its 38-year history.
Citizens Week by Wcslfield Mayor Garland C. "Bud" Boothe, Jr. Council No. Other senior officers who, with BurgdorlT Realtors, 600 North Avenue, West, West- BurgdorfT Realtors, 600 North Avenue, West, Wesl-
1711 of the Knights of Culumhus will hold its 20lh annual Canister Fund Drive Commander Fanders comprise the field, has announced the sale of this home at 22 Edward fleld, has announced its participation in the sale of this
for the mentally retarded today to Sunday, April 24. Shown, left to right, are: Squadron's Bridge, are Robert J. Road, Middlesex. The property was marketed hy Gina home at 214 Golf Edge, Westlield. The property was
: Knight Joseph O'Connor, Mayor lloolhv and Knight .lumes Kennedy. Suriano. marketed by Roe Dunlap.
Corbliss of New Providence, Execu-
tive Officer; Albert W. Theurer of
Scotch Plains, Educational Officer;
Westfield Housing Cites Charles P. pelayo, Jr. of Dunellen,
Administrative Officer; Mrs. Susan
Regan of Scotch Plains, Secretary;
About 60 Volunteers and William Millar of New Provi-
Westfield Senior Housing Corpo- ments designated by the Retired Se- A Verona native, Mrs. Fanders is a
> ration, in keeping with National Vol- niors. Oneof theirprimary projects is graduate of Glassboro State College.
unteer week, will honor about 60 sewing lap robes to be given to local She also holds a Master's Degree
volunteer tenants at a morni ng tea on nursing homes. from Salisbury State University in
Friday, April 29, at 10:30 a.m. Several people in this group are Maryland and has completed course
The assistance these people have also involved in the monthly food work for a doctorate at Rutgers Uni-
so willingly given include office and collection that lakes placeon the third versity. Priortoherretirementin 1991,
recreational activities, singing in the Wednesday of each month. The ten- she was a career guidance counselor
choir and playing an instrument for ants donate food and money to be for Bell Atlantic. Since becoming an
; given to the Food Pantry of the First active member of the squadron in
special events. Many have served on BurgdorfT Realtors, 6IH) North Avenue, West, West- BurgdorfT Realtors, 600 North Avenue, West, West-
United Methodist Church. 1989, the new commander has held a field, has announced its participation in the sale of this
in-house committees, on the board or fleld, has announced its participation in the sale of this
Another arm of the Retired Seniors variety of executive posts. home at 410 Montague Avenue, Scotch Plains. The home at 2330 Morse Avenue, Scotch Plains. The prop-
as officersof the tenant's association.
meets on Thursday afternoons. The The Watchung unit is one of 450 property was marketed by fiimi Suriano. erty was marketed by Cindy Feldhun.
Other Westfield Senior Housing
group completes projects items to be local squadrons that comprise the
volunteers have assisted withoutside
used in children's hospitals, for the United States Power Squadrons, the
organizations such as the Visiting
Lyon's Veteran's Hospital, for the world's largest private boating fra-
Nurse Health Services,theChildrcn's
Cancer Society, for local hospitals, ternity. It is dedicated to boating safety
Specialized Hospital, Mobile Meals
for children and adults, for nursing and education.
on Wheels, the Reel Cross and the
homes, for the Westfield Rescue
- Retired Seniors Volunteer Program. Squad and for Union College Medi-
Two volunteer groups function cal course and nutrition sites. Nurses Association
within the confines of the hoiking
facility. One is Outreach, a tenant's
Some of the items are bed pad and
mastectomy bags, aprons for nutri-
To Meet in Plains
• group that is part of the Retired Se- The League for Educational Ad-
tion sites, bibs for AIDS babies, in-
niors Volunteer Program. They col- vancement for Registered Nurses will
door slippers tor the veterans, tooth
late, fold and stuff mail for non-profit meet Monday, April 25, at 7:45 p.m.
fairy pillows for the children, baby
organizations, fold aprons for the at All Saints Episcopal Church, 599
hats for the newborns and cravats for
1 . VisitingNursesandeoinplcteassign- Park Avenue, Scotch Plains.
the college and the rescue squad.
The speaker will be a Columbia
University School of Nursing Instruc- BurgdorlT Realtors, 600 North Avenue, West, West-
fleld, has announced its participation in the sale of this
Rock Financial Net Income Rises
10.4 Per Cent Over Last Year
tor of Clinical Nursing. The program
content will identify and discuss the
health care reform bill and future
home at 436 Otisvo Drive, Westfleld. The properly was
marketed hy Faith Maricic.
practice issues for nurses.
Rock Financial Corporation, the same period of 1993. The group is a professional organi-
parent holding company for
RockBank, announced a cash divi-
Rock Financial Corporation
achieved record earningsof $2.2 mil-
lion last year, and RockBank's total
zation for registered nurses offering
programs monthly. Yearly member- PRODUCE
ship costs $30 or the guest fee is $8.
dend for the first quarter of 19')4 at its assets stood at $187 million as of For further information, please tele-
recently-held Board of Directors March 31.
meeting. phone 272-7239.
Mr. Lipsky commented,
Alan D. Lipsky, President of Rick "RockBank's commitment to the
Financial Corporation, stated that on RockBank is a wholly-owned sub-
small business community enabled
April 12, the board declared a cash
dividend of 45 cents per share on
us to again become the number one
United States Small Business Ad-
sidiary of Rock Financial Corpora-
tion, headquartered in North
Plainfietd, with branch offices in
existing shares of Rock Financial ministration lending bank in the state.
Corporation stock, with dividends North Plainfield, Watchung, Green
We will continue to focus on the
payable on April 27 to shareholders Brook, Westfield and South
financial needs of small business in
of record on April 22. Plainfield. Shares of Rock Financial
order to provide the most compre-
This is the 82nd consecutive quar- Corporation stock are traded by the
hensive products and service in a
terly cash dividend paid hy Rock National Association of securities
most efficient manner."
Financial Corporation; the dividend Dealers, Inc. on the NASDAQ ex- Burgdorrr Realtors, 600 North Avenue, West, West-
"Our value-added service will as- change under the trading symbol fleld, has annmini'i'd its participation in he sale of this
has increased ever year since 1974. sist business and job growth," he RFIN. home at 26 Wmlsworlh Terrace, Cranl'ord. The prop- For Advertising
The corporation has also paid an an- continued, "as well as enhance future erly was marketed hy I'at Plunte.
nual slock dividend every yeur since profit potential for RockBank and
RockBank is a preferred Small
Business lender, a member of the
1981. Rock Financial Corporation."
Rock Financial Corporation's net Small Business Administration fig-
Federal Deposit Insurance Corpora-
tion, and an equal opportunity, equal
income for the quarter ended March ures show that RockBank made more
31 totaled $533,000, or 58 cents per loans through it to more small busi-
• Puid Advertisement,* At 232-4407
share, compared to $<IK3,()(I() ami 53 nesses than any other bank in New A kind word it like a spring day,
cents per share for the fust quarter of Jersey during 1991, 1992 and 1993.
1993. This represents an increase of Ruulon Proverb
10.4 per cent net income over the