Page 2 THE WESTFIELD <N. J.) LEADER, THURSDAY, OCTOBER IS, 1966 '
'Diagnostic Center' | Y To Conduct Trinity
Gets Turn Down in selection of Vfrom pageprograms ; Edward Guididas fromthe adull Aides.
i of progressive cxr-rcisc work: Hun-j A sidelight to tire project is the
By Boro Board r enduror.ee swimming
of involv ement.
presence in tlie tiisi of ttiiw f f i
and f t
cxchaniic students, who are attend
Mountainside— The Board of Ad-
Additional programs of recrejl ion- ing high schools and living wit
justment Monc'uv jii;:lil volcd I" al fitness sucii as voUeytxall. basket- in Westfield.
deny the application of the Humson : Li
i Improvement Co. (,f Elizabeth, ad- ! »"- Pj" :!eb.'.iU. land. weight .training
. . . . ... They are Mari Shiiioda of
! in? for the Ford .Motor Co.. for a ! "^ fis0 ' « n c u ^ d at .he Y with v.Y,o is attending Holy Trinity Hi«
variance to cn-ci a e m m o "elk*- | l "° " l r e e h a s ! C f l l n e s s and living with tlie family of Mr.
Additional information of tin1 clinic j .,,(i j j r e . H p. Ozimek, 5 Kirkston
nostic center" for in'luMiDljiiu.s in the j or Y fitness programs may be ob- ;fir.: Maria dirislina Busca of Men
Corrinne Ter. area. \ tained from Thomas TliraiikiM, Y doza. Artiemirsa. at Westfield Higli
The application was denied on liie j ^lyKi^al'atlwtorT and slaying with Mr. and Mrs.
basis that approval vvouScf lie detri- George I'lerrty, 32G Scotch Plains
NOT EVEN OLD CHRISTOPHER HIMSELF mental to the nearliy prnpiTly own- Ave.. and Alfredo Garcia of Lima,
ers and to the public tfuod, it would
impair tlie intent of planning and Jones Peru, at Westfield High and living
with Or. and Mrs. Gerald B. Deina
EVER DISCOVERED SUCH AMAZING VALUES zoning in Hie bortiu;:h und the ap- rest. 505 K. Broad St.
plicant failed to show special rea- (Continued from page li
sons why the variance should be a few of our "residential" streets: The producer-director of "TTO,1
granted. Clifton St., Rojjcr Ave.. Sycamore Mr. Hayes, founded tlie Surfligh
St.. Ayliffc Ave., Marlboro St. and Theatre on Long Beach Island ii
Prior lo rendering a decision, the Grandview Ave. Aggressive repre- I'JSO and has staged summer shows
DRESSES board hud spent three meetings on sentation of our area would have Usore siivce. He lias appeared in
the public hearing at winch rosi done much lo solve this problem. musicals with Sid Caesar, Milton
NEW FALL STYLES ONLY
R«S. $15.00 to $ 2 0 . 0 0
9 dents of the area presented petition
containing more than 500 names in system for the parkway, our loca "Aquashxiw" in New York for two
oppopsition to the project. Their street traffic wiil increase even seasons and for one season was an
principal objection was that it would more.
destroy the residential character of
"With the imminence of a new lol BorU: and Kate Smith, staged the
assis-tairt stage manager of the "Ice
"My opponent should be working C'apades."
will) county and state officials to
The tract in question, comprising solve this problem.
nearly six acres, fronts on Route "Mr. Ferguson hrs been a coun
22 in a restricted commercial zone cilinan fur n year and in that lime
No Opposition NOR AD BRIEFING—Intently listening In the background to the words of Lt. Cot II A D
chief of the NORAD briefing team which visited Westfield lust Thursday night lire three, '
and extends into residential areas he has not proposed before council, (Continued from page 1) Union County Board of Freeholders and Mayor Kobert II. Mulreany. Col. Davis and fcjj L
that back into the rear lines of suggested to council, or discussed Tlu's will bring' tlie total rooms in plained the United States' and Canada's defense sys tan against aerial attack la a ttironr at"* '
properties on Conine and Blazo Ter- with or reported to his constituents use at Grant Sclwol to 13, plus Hie
SPECIAL GROUP NOW races. any proposals for the solution of library, so that the eciiool' will have
3S0 civil defense leaders, volunteer! and layinen from Westfield and around the stute ' "*•
Eton In the Weslfleld High School auditorium.
In anoOier matter Monday night, his serious problem. facilities to house two sections of
the board grcnted permission to
vided he meets certain stipulations.
"We must lake firm, effective each grade level through the sixth
Robert Krueger to build a onc-fam steps immediately to improve the ;rade.
ily dwelling on Mai 7 Allen Way pro- traffic flow and fnstitute a strict
The property !n question is land- We Need Action—Now!
This was done, he said, beoause
lie Grant School, which is more than
There are 287 pupis enrolled in the 50 years old, eventually must be re-
speed low enforcement program; school this year, comparad with 312
last year. Lack of space this year
placed. He predicted that the old
(Continued from page 1)
program designed to point out the
bution of treasure"^
elude: Charles Graef. ».
Robert J. U-e, South ,u,
Suul Drittel, Milady's „
locked and the stipulations include "We need an effective traffic con- forced removal of sixth graders to school would be demolished to make convenience of shopping in Westfield, Townley, Play Fair. W_,
YOU WANT I FIXED PRICES providing access for emergency ve- trol program—not silence! Let's Washington School and Franklin An- ,vay for a new one "within the next
hicles. initiate It by ordinance—not bury it ex. highlighting personalized service, of Arthur Stevens, Wife
The board continued until its next in the 'Master Plan' (which has The addition is designed so that competitive prices and name .brand man, Townc Fair:
Wyatfs M«n's Slwp, J
meeting the applications of Mr. and nken three years to produce and a complete new soliool could be con- A wordly prayer may afford a merchandise offe.-ed by merchants. Made in America: tagea
Mrs. Harry lleechler to construct a itill has not Iwen implemented by structed alongside it in the future, juiet sense of self-JuaUiication, Assistant administrators of the
2-car garage on llieir property at ouncll!) We must make a start ccording to Norman Morash, Board though it makes the sinner a hypo- Treasure Chest program assigned to of Jane Smith, and st, l
LADY MANHATTAN 204 Evergreen Ct. and that of Air low." of Education president. rite.—Mary Baker Eddy aid participating stores in the distri- pie of the House ofCwk
Con Inc. of 1148 Route 22 for un ad-
dition to its building to provide new
SKIRTS office and warehouse space.
(Continued from page 1)
GROUP WEEK quires action by the Town Council. OPEN M O N D A r S • WEDNESDAYS TOL11
"Whereas I liave always; advocat-
REO. $ 5 . to $7. ONLY ed and endorsed the concept of plan-
ning, the following features of ttie FREE METER PARKINS AFTER 6 tM.
Master Plan are either inadequate
or undesirable: (1) proposals for
control of the ever-increasing traffic
problems are quite inadequate. The
LADY MANHATTAN present proposals seem to be based 2 0 7 E. BROAD ST., WESTFIEID
on the problem starting and end-
SLEEVELESS REO. $4. - $5. ing at the Weslfield town line, (2)
inadequate ond unrealistic future
SHIRTS now $1.90 community needs tire anticipated
and (3> the plan to industrialize the
Fourth Ward is undesirable and un-
"Spending and taxes deserve con-
JJA'i V ^ ^
tinuous attention and vigilance in or-
Fabulous Value der to prevent sky-rocket ing prop-
erty taxes. For example, the years
of unnecessary uViay mul general
100% WOOL TURTLE NECK RIBBED mismanagement of the town ynrd
relocation problem has been ex-
tremely costly to the taxpayer. Un-
SHELLS necessary expense will exceed $201),-
000 and almost every council meet-
ins brings yet a new announcement
of an unanticipated expense. As
every gcod businessman knows, lack
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IN SEVEN DELICIOUS DESIRABLE SHADES Town Council as all the property
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