THE WESTFIELD (N.J.) LEADER, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1984 Pages
Bond Act. Passage will help at- the phrase "affectional and sex- children. It would also call for SUPPORTS FRIGERIO
tract new high-technology in- ual orientation" would be added homosexuality to be presented as Editor,
Letters To The Editor dustries to New Jersey, create
new jobs, retain current in-
to existing laws on discrimina-
tion and related laws covering
an alternate lifestyle in sex
eduoation courses. I am writing in support of the
candidacy of Westfield's Mayor,
dustries and assure that the public contracts and employ- Concerned readers should Ron Frigerio, who is running for
A» letter* to the editor mwrt AUTO INSURANCE RATES state's work force is trained in ment. write to Mr. Joseph Charles, Jr., re-election this November.
bear signature, a street address Editor, Leader; these new technologies. In January 1984, at N.O.W.'s Chairman of the Assembly's Throughout the years, I have
and telephone number, t o The citizens of New Jersey The proposal recognizes an im- Lesbian Right's Conference, the State Government Committee, worked with Mayor Frigerio on
authors may be checked. If con- once again have been run over by portant trend in research and committee on state legislative 490 Communipaw Ave., Jersey many Town programs and have
tributor* are not able to be reach* the auto insurance carriers and development—a shift away from strategy targeted New Jersey to City, NJ 07304, and ask him not to been thoroughly impressed with
ed at local phone numbers during legislature. I refer to the alleged support by the federal govern- be the first state to pass a "gay release A-1721 from committee. his handling of critical situations.
Leader business hours, the auto insurance reform passed by ment toward locally sponsored rights" bill. It would be well to remind him He has an excellent financial
writer's signature may be legislature which was widely
our research centers that pool the This bill would give homo- that AIDS is currently at background and, in the true
notarized. Only one tetter endors- heralded to reduce the average resources in industries and sexuals and lesbians the right to epidemic proportions. tradition of past Westfield
ing candidates for election will he annual premium for auto in- universities. The bond issue teach in school while openly pur- Paul M. Brislin mayors, is a firm believer in
used each week; no letters on surance by $150.00. Take "heed represents the final product of a suing a "gay" lifestyle. It would Vice President fiscal conservatism. In the com-
political issues including thts drivers of New Jersey. Examine long and careful process of study give them the right to adopt Republican Conservative
library referendum wilt be used your premium notices carefully. | Continued on page 6f
and planning on the part of a Action Club
the week prior to the General I elected to take most of the blue-ribbon panel of business,
Election (Nov. I Issue). labor, higher education and
_ Letter* must be written only reductions in coverage permitted government leaders. United in
one side or paper and type' by the legislature's "reform"
written. No letter longer than I Ms which should have reduced my
pages double-spaced will be con- yearly premium by $130. program
sidered for publication. ly, I received my new
their goal of a better economic
future for the citizens of New
Jersey, the panel fashioned a pro-
OWN A hahne's
notice and the annual reduction
All letters must be in theamounted to a mere $50. I called
gram that will harness the poten-
tial of high technology to help at-
"Leader" office by Friday if they my agent who stated that the
are to appear in the following auto insurance companies in
issue. .:•.•. i
$3.5 MILLION "BUHI>EN"
New Jersey were quietly rear-
ranging, the rate structures for
tract new industries and retain
The bond issue would provide
$57 million for four new advanced
For as little as bridal gift
Editor, Leader; each auto insurance category,
I am writing in response to the thus effectively counteracting
technology centers at Rutgers
and other research universities,
series of articles on the front the legislature's reforms and which would be jointly funded by
page of the leader and several substantially reducing the industries and the schools. In ad- Many models to cfaooie from Register at any Hahne's Bridal
letters to the editor, ail of which premium savings to the con- dition, it would provide $23
have urged an affirmative vote sumer which the reform was in- million for undergraduate Gift Registry during the month of
on the non-binding referendum of tended to accomplish. So now I technical and engineering October and receive the oppor-
whether $3.5 million should be ex- and many others (perhaps facilities, $7 million for develop-
pended for a new library building unaware) have reduced coverage ing robotics and engineering tunity to win a fabulous grand-
(including fixtures and fur- for virtually no savings in training facilities in South father clock, compliments of
( niture). premium. This is reform? Jersey, and $3 million for future
The proponents of the new I am appalled that I have not needs. Stop In for complete detail* Howard Miller...winner to be
on our new financing plans
library building have provided read or heard a word about the
copious evidence of the need for auto insurance companies' rear-
Voters can greatly strengthen
New Jersey's ability to compete
chosen at a month-end drawing.
more space for the Westfield rangement of the premium
Memorial Library. I do not dis- scales. In a similar letter
in the high-technology
sweepstakes by voting yes on the
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struction of a $3.5 million new ashamed to take credit for such Editor, Leader; copy of the "Bride's Wedding Planner" just for
building. As I pointed out in my an empty reform, and should Congratulations to Governor
registering with us. All registries are located in
letter of September 6, the ex-begin working toward real Tom Kean for vetoing S-I144, the the china department.
isting library building would pro- reform of the most expensive Comparable Worth Bill. This was
vide approximately 9,200 addi- auto insurance system in the a silly bill, but a dangerous one as
tional square feet of space upon country.
the conversion of several base-
ment areas to library use and the
construction of mezzanines
Robert A. Fromtling
It is now timely to alert your
523 Hort St. readers to A-1721, introduced last
March into the NJ Assembly by
41 Elm St • Westfield
throughout the building. Assemblyman Bennett Mazur. 654-7674
While there is an obvious need SUPPORTS BOND ISSUE This bill would legalize "gay a new jersey tradition for 126 years
for more library space, both for Editor, Leader; rights" in New Jersey. Under it,
the public and for the library This November voters can take
staff, there is no need to burden constructive action to address
the taxpayers with a $3.5 million some of New Jersey's problems,
expenditure for an new library including loss of industry,
building. uriemployrrienYand urban decay.
Kenneth L. MacRitchie Voters will be asked to approve a
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