THURSDAY. OCTOBER 15. 1981 PAGE 15
RAHWAY NEWS RECORD/CLARK PATRIOT
RAHWAY NEWSRECORD/CLARK PATRIOT
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Close games seen
in college contests
N W JEtSn COUIGt
By Ray Hoagland
p.m!-Two good small col
legc teams. We give the
edge to the home team
TEMPLE at RUTGE-
ERS, 1:30 p.m.-The Owls
arc good. They have lost to
MONTCLAIR STATE the best. T h e Scarlet A IY
V NT & e A I r
at WILLIAM PATERS Knights should be prepared,
ON, 8 p.m.-The Indians and should take a close L MIN
PU B G j A L C RESIDENTS
have one of the best teams game, 20-17. HOCK ovti m v /
i (vitttHJNO 'CM
in the New Jersey State LYCOMING at UPSA
Conference, and should LA, 2 p.m.-The Warriors of m
HEATING $ Win.
win, 2 7 1 8 . WilliamsporU Pa., lost last
ST. PETER'S at IONA, week and the Vikings have
r~*"lo#* « Colot* to CKoOM
• HOT WATEt KUTEKI
wfth coupon on\f
1.138 175 Col
COD. CONCERT TICKETS
7:30 p.m.-A toss-up game. the backs, 13-10.
We take the Peacocks, 12-7. FA1RLE1GH DICKIN KINZEE VANITY.
• CAS EOLEKS
>GUSSTUB FREE HOT WAX Choice Seats Available for AH
SON OF MADISON at
with any car wash Offer Good Thru Oct. 31 tt
Concerts, Sporting Events and Shows
SATUIOAY, OCT. 17
1:30 p.m.-The Aggies are
GLASSBORO STATE tough at home, and should
Route 1 & Butler St
1 N W 1IWSWKK AVE.
Call: 5744831 CALL:
at RAMAPO, 2 p.m.-Thc win, 20-0. l tARWAY. N.j. M M 0 3 0 r • 1W*
R.H. FUEL, Railway
Roadrunncn are back on SETON H A L L at HOUftCMOK taSAT HJOiPM RfiKhUtt rtlCS CANNOT K GUAtANTOD AFTtft OCT. S l i t 1780 St. Georges Ave., Rahw«y
the track, and will take a PACE, .1:30 p.m.-Thc
thriller from the Profs, Pirates have a chance. We OUten 636-7311 1 I X GPO*UJH I B L t P M WHiaWiJ
(NEXT TO LOCA MUSK)
21-18. give them the nod, 7-0.
HEY! TEACHER KNOWS BEST - Rahwa/a Denis
Mandel ts shown, right, getting a tesaon in automobile
television's "Happy Days." Mr. Mandel stars as a stu-
dent in "The Fonz's" class on the popular series.
JERSEY CITY STATE PRINCETON at AR.
at KEAN, 1:30 p.m.-Both MY, 1:30 p.m.-Thc best
lost last week. We take game of the day. We like
Home 3Fur ilti.c Huli&ags * ROOFING +
mechanics from Henry (The Fora) Winkter m Kean in a close one, 13-10. the Tigers in a high-scoring -Now Is The H I M ! •ASPHALT & FIBERGLAS SHINGLES
SALISBURY STATE at game 22-18. •HOT ASPHALT BUILT-UP ROOFING
Bader of New Jersey, John Assn. team won county,
A. Hopkins of New Jersey, state, metropolitan and na- Fulcomer: Foes :0
TRENTON STATE, 1 3 Our record is 29-14. WE mil HOT Bt UN0ERS01D! 1 0 % HOLIDAY DISCOUNT •SLATE REPAIRS •TEAR-OFFS PACUGE
Joseph Madden of New tional crowns, and the high
C interior SIDING GOODS STORE
Jersey, Rachel Hoffman school team won county,
cheated taxpayers TAKEN O F YOUR BIU WHEW YOU •PAINTING ePflPEB HANGING
Thomas of New Jersey, state and metropolitan con-
Sarah Apgar Wachob of tests,
Connecticut, Jennnie Luks Jen Luks Warren woo
of Wantn, Evelyn Morton the state typing champion-
New Jersey General payers and tenants are pay-
Assembly candidate, James ing almost 414 million
Elliott of New Jersey, John ship in her freshman year, J. Fulcomer of Rahway, to- dollars more than they
ices i t for Rahway
The Rahway High 33 Crusader shots out of 40
BUY AMY CARPET OR LINOIEUH
10 50. YDS. OK MORE!
•SKCWI'IHNG ¥ SEAMLESS
Mu<li UMAAU.Y IAIC4 O« OCXMU
•OOMS MAV M l U G t m v M C K U
Looted I r UHWAV
Opt* 10 to 10. i OATS
J. Jost of New Jersey, and went to Canada to com- day charged the property should in property taxes. School Girls Soccer Team to preserve the tic.
Joseph Kosik of New pete for the world's cham- owners and tenants of New The deceptive refusal by my dropped a thriller to the Sue Wimbish converted a
A DISCOUNT T001 ONE PIECE INSTALLATION -V-; • FRB ESTIMATES C.H. EATON REALTY
HOUtS: Mon.. Tim.. W»d. a Sot. 94, Tltun. I M . 9-9 Sun. 10-1 _ — TM| MOST TMOtOU&H MrtHOO
Jersey, B. Andrew Collier of pionship. Jersey "have been cheated opponents to maintain the CA*P€T CLEANING SWVICI o* MMOVMG M I
TAKING A BREATHER - Joefte Epnraim, left, and Janet Portesy take a break from the N e w Jersey, Herbert Florence Ochfltree Buck out of over a billion dollars 2 9 3 % allocation of money Rahway on Oct. 9.
Union Farmers 3-2 at pass from Jodi Tash in the
third period for the Comets wmm 1252 ST. GEORGE AVE. , o o , , - ,
3814852 FBITMBW 388-3797 381-4433
1O-mie Treasure Hunt through Union and Middlesex Counties on Oct. 11 to help raise Schaefer of Pennsylvania, put her expertise to work in in property-tax relief" by for public education from Danita Womack scored to match the goals scored — AVENEL. NJ. 506-llJL
funds for Hand n Hand, an employment sponsor for the handicapped, to purchase rts Avis Chase Mauren of New salesmanship, advertising the "fiscal sheD game" of his the state general treasury is in a final minute of play. by Sue Sharp in the fint WILLIAM SMELTZER M
Jersey, Barbara Ritter Birra and publicity efforts that opponents, Gov. Brendan the major cause of rising She had dribbled 10 yards period.
first bus n e s s and volunteer center in Rahway.
of Virginia, Paul G. contributed to the class's T.
Marhak of New' Jersey, successful ventures.
a n d t h e property taxes in N e w
State Jersey today," staled the and hit the net from five Clark is now 4-3-1, while Dr. Stephen D. Sklans Phoenix Slipcovers, Draperies
Bedspreads & Shades
THE TDIDER TOUCHES lARMANDO'SI OUUESr.ttAMT
1931ers relive Thomas Santomasso of
New Jersey, Frederick their way through high
Heid Schmidt of Ohio and
The two girls also danced Legislature.
An analysis of the
"Doris ichuul in the ballroom and -percentage—of—thc
yards o u t
on stages around town do- general fund allocated for and tenants, due to a lower before the Indians tied up Carteret Ramblers 4-3 for
Hillside is 2-5-1.
T h e b o y s team of
i~J o"hiwoir~a ef eared—the-
Dr. Stephen B. Kahn
Dr. Mkkael A. Meiman
or* pltKKtxl to onoounc* thai
Fitted !• paw
OF YESTERDAY AMD
A LOT OF CHILDHOOD
Com*toxund M ) M »«w«<1 aocti onrf
•v«<-f G*mfcno (Won rootm w IK«
bn n . 574-4772
history at reunion
<H*y hov* o t l u m t d th* txol
R a y m o n d K u n e y l o f ing taps and high-kick public education since the percentage of allocation the game on goals by Julie its first win of the season. low cost • FtMMUbrlea ••LMDS
Georgia. routines promoting school adoption of the state in- from the general treasury Sweedish and Sue Brown. With the score tied at 3-3
K M H * • * H now. bwf «*•• hriow* n wJI
h l ...HAS YOUR EXTRA
* •• projects. come tax shows property than 29.5%, is greater than Rahway is still looking Victor Rtcri snapped a tie Dr. Robert Anon auto insurance 136 Central Ate. p
EDITOR'S NOTE: The Rahway. treasurer, Alfred
The class of 1931 actual- The 193lcrs triggered tax owners have been the record-setting 1981 for its first win after six with a goal late in the
mementoes decorated the ly had five yean in the many exciting money- cheated out of about state-wide property tax in- starts, while Union is 5-2. fourth period.
crease of $397,959,000 for
2 Westfield Ave.
Clark. N J .
[o*r poyntMrt plan.
Iflinwdlat* 1.0. cardt.
• UPHOLSTERY Clark,;; ,
ma m 4 K)*™ol < « « i nom. 3'*
b«J»oo*w Krl boA and
following is.an edited ver Carbon of Rahway, Ray- room. J. Edward Tompkins Rahway High School making and publicity $U98,830,0OO in property fr— qvot* by p h o M . •SKCUUZKB
noo of the account of the mond and Ailsa Gin'an of Illinois played the piano building on Esterbrook stunts, including a town
fUhway High School class Gage of St. Simons Island, for the singing of class songs Ave. It eventually became wide parade to alert people Sixth Ward Councilman
tax relief, reported Rahway all property-tax categories.
"In 1976 I pointed out
Union goaltender, Cheryl Paul Dziedzic, Tony
Spencer, had 13 saves, and Katz and Chuck Hroch had
Coach Bill Clake's girls had Crusaders' goats. Daniel
382-5800 Mon.-Fri. f-5. Rahway Call JANET 574-9000 J.J. Elek
COLMUl IjUIT MttCil
of 1931 reunion submitted school-day sweethearts, and and the Alma Mater. the police station and to the* senior play "The Fulcomer.
by Florence OchiHrec Buck Florence Ochirtree Buck of Various class members borough hall when a new Goose Hangs High."
this loophole in the state in-
Instead of allocating come tax package, demand- goal.
a 28-15 edge on shots on Maldonado had two goats,
. 27 & Pars*** Kd.
or Toll Fr««
Fashion Fabrics DECORATORS $coo M t CSWTSMAHSH* AT
and Paul Pereira had one
of Long Beach Island, a Long Beach Island. recalled fond memories of high school was built years 29.5% of the state general ed that the loophole bc.clos-. • •• for the Ramblers. Edison, N . J .
800-662-3048 Hillside 10-5 p.m. We secvt ait •- 117 Nita U Realtor WOOOttKi
member of the reunion The activities began with old Rahway High days. later. It literally, did - from a fund toward public educa-
ed and predicted if it wasn't
the politicians in Trenton Johnson Regional of Clark is now 1-5, while 548-7824
92J-6932 3514966 nSBTSflCt tittvS 634-9100 toofoodU s d M
committee, M R . BarteU welcoming all Mrs. Buck presented each The class members converg- wagon with scaffolding and tion after the income tax Clark and the Hillside Girls Cartcret is 1-5-2. till I p.m.
would play a fiscal shell
• •• including (he honored class member with a mini ed on the high school hanging g o o s e , horn was adopted, as was the Soccer Team played to a 1 • 1 • ••
fUhway High School's guests. Mr. and Mrs. Austin 50th-year diploma and mar- building as eighth graders tooting, placards, band
case in 1976, every year game with the taxpayers. tie at Garwood.
Rahway's team was upset JOHN'S ^ FKOWT IQW itAHWAYMOK
class of 1931 held its 50ih Singer. ble paperweight engraved --the last e l e m e n t a r y playing and actors and ac- thereafter the governor and
Mr Singer started his to commemorate the occa- students to do so. tresses in a procession that Legislature allocated a
Regretably, I have been
proven right to the tune of The Comets' goaltender, by the Roselle Catholic
INSURANCE CASTOR •NURSQ
PAINTING BOB MILLER CENTO & M R SHOP
class reunion on Oct. 10, at
the Ramada Inn m Clark academic and athletic sion.
There were 106 students coaching career with the
For this class many of its traversed miles.
The next big event for yean were in the depths of This class was the last
smaller percentage than almost 1.4 billion dollars in
29.5%, noted Councilman missing property tax relief,"
Roxanne Winters, stopped team 3-2 at Rahway.
Lurry AGENCY and TICKET
• ORCHESTRA • SERVICE
in the graduating class, and class. Fresh out of Rutgers Rahway High's Class of the Great Depression.
50 attended the reunion University, he became 1931 will be the 75th class
c l a s s to g o on t h e
Many parents had a hard Washington, D.C. trip. It
"This means the property
stated the councilman.
He noted he will fight for Dem trio attacks L*nox HuclU
BODINE INSUHANCE •OONQUCS
UNIFOBHS CONTRACTING \ •Weddings >
-30 were classmates, and Rahway High School's foot- reunion in 2006. time financially, but thewas a three-day pilgrim- taxpayers and the tenants a state Constitutional BROKER •AUTO AM.
ihe others were wives, ball coach, and stayed with Classmates attending the class of 1931 undertook a mage including 5 a.m. of New Jersey have paid amendment to close "this
the school system until his 50th reunion, besides com- variety of money-making horseback rides in Rocky almost 1.4 billion dollars outrageous loophole." Reagan labor stand •Princess
Gardnvr Specializing In: •HOMEOWNEKS Votu*« to $25
Tops t Pants
•PARTY • WEOOING
FAVORS INTERIOR/EXTERIOR \ •Dinner Dances * •Children's Books
husbands or friends
The reunioncrs came retirement. He still lives in mittee members, were: Lots events to pay for proms, the Creek Park for some, night more in property taxes over
from New Jersey. Maine, Rahway.
Such an amendment, he
Ginfrida of New Jersey. J. Washington class trip, and clubbing at the Lotus Club, the past six yean than they said, would stop his op- The Democratic can- ing human need, and will
•NOVEL HIGH! CARPENTRY
272-1800 •Costume Jewelry
•Precious Moments ^-^
Figurines • f>
Georgia, Connecticut, Pen Mr Gage was master of Edward Tompkins, Jr. of Il- special events. midnight feasts in rooms, a should have, if a doUar-for- ponents and like-minded didates for freeholder, Phil fight together against LOW COST TOM •UFE NOW O 3 Cotpoa
nsytvania, Virginia. Uhnoo ceremonies Mrs Crue. linois, J. Arthur Carbon of Portnoy, Mary Ann Dorin, budget cuts that hurt peo-
During one of these yean train trip, a boat ride to Mt. dollar property-tax relief politicians from ever again and Frank Beninato, today ple. We are the first to agree & MORTGAGE LIFE ALL THAT J U Z
WALLPAPERING & ^Musk of Todoy •Gifts For
and Ohio. Mrs. Gage and Mr. Carlson Maine, Camifle LeCureux every conceivable basket- Vernon and regimental program had been followed denying the people the full announced their Svhole- MUTUAL FUNDS 1614 trrbg SI. KifctiT SANITAS HUNG -* & Yesterday cm rot cvton IST
since the state income tax impact of property tax relief the fat in government must
Committee members reviewed letten from those of New Jersey, Lucia E. ball championship was held marching through historic 'all-
were: AroeJia (Mitz» Dura who couldn't attend.
BarteU of Clark, class presi
dent, Doris Stamm Crue of and other school day
PascaJe o l New i e n e y , R*hw*y tcin> Tat btakfop and points of **-
Billboards of photographs Edith McCturc Black of Young Men's Christian terejt
New Jersey, Alice Langer
was adopted. This year promised by the state in- hearted support" for the U. be trimmed, but the Presi-
alone the property tax- come tax. S. labor movement's Sept. dent went loo far."
"Property taxes in New 19 protest of the Reagan "They shouldn't fight in-
C l a * • JIJ-2S77
388-7081 38M877 486-4110 T ° 5744)087 | 276-4271
Jersey arc far too high. This Administration's social and flation problems with IWHb
fiscal shell game by my op- economic policies. unemployment," Mrs.
CUSTOM Z "*
the ATOM TABLOID GARAGE SALE
ponents has caused proper- President Reagan's ac- Dorin said. "There's only
ty taxes to rise needlessly. I tions help us tell those one way we can give a clear
absolutely oppose their union members who voted message to President This Spot CHECK Sewing.
Machine SLIPCOVERS, •GYMNASTICS
KIT fiscally-irresponsible lactic Republican last year the Reagan in November that
of lowering the percentage m e s s a g e is c l e a r - will ring out throughout the
IT OUT Page 7 for Engineer DRAPERIES
Could •AEROBIC WEAR
PRINTED WA i n far* Ut 0«yW A d
of state general treasury
funds allocated lo propcrty- and we Democrats welcome Democratic victory for all
taxrelated services. This ir- you back," Mr. Beninato the Democratic candidates
responsible tactic is driving said.
senior citizens out of their
Republicans are anti-labor, country-that's a resounding
here in Union County and
Mr. Portnoy added, "We throughout the state."
YES I T W 0 B K S
•Electricians »Hair Removal
5TETSBACKS Dboarti far
Getting Married? homes and creating a finan- want to make it clear to
cial crisis for many local members of labor unions Auxiliary aides •Beauty Salons •Tratel
Sewing Machine. OFF COUPON
• Clubs YES...WE EVEN
governmental units," con- who live in Union County
cluded C o u n c i l m a n we are not in favor of ignor- at La March For •Car Washes •Auto Wreckers WALTER CANTER M l THAT JAZZ
411 L Hfi In. IM.
• Organizations PRINT PERSONALIZED Fulcomer.
Rose Ann Antoni, past
chapcau; Edith Holmberg,
7 Weeks •Home Implement •Fencing
• Schools Nuptial Mass Books Lesniak, Deverin la petite chapcau, and
Jeanne Fugec, la secretaire
of the Union County Salon •Carpentry AND YOU!!! ... ••••••••«•••••••••••••••
• Hospitals reveal loan program I
146, 8 ct 40. attended the
Grande La March. Depart-
In co-operation with area time undergraduate, depen- mental dc New Jersey, 8 et
banks. State Assemblymen dent student attending an 40 on Sept. 19 and 20 at the
Raymond Lesniak and eligible institution.
Thomas Deverin, in whose Students themselves are
district Rahway now falls, not eligible to apply for the
Cherry Hill Inn in Cherry
This is a subsidiary
• FOR AS LITTLE AS $ 3
PER 7raiB» k
Plainfickl and Brearley at
Gym rust ics,
announced the availability PLUS loans. However, organization of (he !•••••••• their choice, rather than serve them. It is essential we services,"* exclaimed Mr.
Pamphlets of itudent loans at an in- PLUS loans allow parents American Legion Aux-
terest rate of 14%. to borrow up to SI5,000 iliary, whose main objective Bernard Miller asks have to continue with so- regain confidence in our Miller.
meone appointed to fill a local government and The candidate went on to TOOAT
Boy s si veer, Clark ai
Girls soccer. Rahway at
Mctuchen and Clark at
WEDNBDAT. OH. 21
The toons are part of a during their dependents' is to assist in the prevention vacancy," the candidate rebuild pride in our com- point out desirable rateable* Gymnastics. Clark al
• Dance new educational assistance schooling, an increase of and control of Tuberculosis.
program entitled Parent $2,500 over the GSLP Cystic Fibrous and lung large voter turnout stated.
"As a long-lime resident
munity," he added. are being lost to the com-
"As your councilman. I munity at an astonishing
Girb soccer, Hilktde at
Rahway and Clark at
Cnrh tennis. Cartcrct at Boys .soccer. Rahwa> ai
Cranford anj Wesificld at
Clubs 75 Mass Books Loans for Undergraduate cumulative lending limit.
Students (PLUS). The
and other respiratory
diseases in children.
An urgent request has election, for a one year
of R a h w a y , I h a v e will have much to say in at- rate.
developed a deep, abiding tempting to change the un- "It is important to reverse
GirK tenns. Rahwa> at
SATUtOAT. OCT. 17
Football. Summit at
TUESOAT, OCT. 20
Girls soccer. Clark al
love of the community and caring attitudes of Ion* time this trend and reestablish Linden Rahway. 1.30 p m Ci iris vvecr. Wcslficld at
PLUS l o a n s will be uncxpircd term. has. been
• Ski Clubs Area banks participating
available at the 14% rate in the PLUS program in- at 295 N, Broad St.,
after Thursday, Oct 1 clude: the City Federal Sav Elizabeth.
been received from Bernard
1) Miller, candidate for mandated by the resign*
lion last November of
a determination to addreu officialdom who arc asRahway as a center of pra
our pressing priorities. 1 short on delivery as they arc grtss in Union County," he
Cross couniry. Clark ai
WcMfiekl and Rivtfllc ai
I'nicn Ralma\ aiiJ l nion at
fnrruinhLli ( o m n when
ra thick lh*y
councilman at large in have come to know and long on spending It is added. »,.... r*rb o\b*T.
In c o n t r a i l to (he i n p and Loan Assn. on Persons wishing addt Councilman at Large Fran Rahway Football. Oavton j Cross country. Rahway
The Atom Tabloid CAMERA READY GUI 574-1216 MW, M t ISK f « CUSSWtt.
Guaranteed Student Loan Newark Ave.. Elizabeth; ttonal information concern
Program (GSLP). PLUS the Etmon Sav i n p and ing the PLUS program
"I urge all Rahway voicn
cw R Scnkowsky"
T h i s kxal election is par
respect our votcrv I believe disgraceful for our com
they want a progressive munit> 10 \pcnd lax dollars
"Voting on No* .9 will
|y effective *owe we
RegwnalatC'Urk, I 30 pm | at Rearn\
tiirls tennis, Kcarny at
FA( ( THK FACTS
H i t m r n i ' - ^ J I M f W l rtrrpt to
lo urnie imt aiiJ vole en o\cr and atxivr the current confirm your intereM and
T E IT01 TllLOM BAMSE SJlf (IT WILL KU> TM SEU!!! loam muM be applied for by Loan A n n at 121 Broad s h o u l d
parents w h w c win or S t . Elizabeth, and thelegislative office at 6 0
lucvlay.Nov .1.for the on
ticularly minvwtant hecau'*
it will (uvc the i"i/cm the
community, but one with
for then pocket rate of inflation w u h
cwKcrn a-s a ciincdT Mr.
Miller -UK!. nddmjt "The on
have ts through our
let's not ignore it "
.i\ am! Clark at «nn t h * F - - ' '•' ; i f » t<"l»y w i t h
ft.r hits t
•• - " *><*+ • / » « T ' t » y
Gtt rt now and f OMU do w\\\\ daughter n a full or pan United Jersey Bank/Central Prince S t . Fluahcth
1 k*jl TMX this >car.
Mr Miller "Trm
lo ek*- .rrvin of and I helic^c I can nothing aJJed to municipal