THE WESTFIELD (N J.) LEADER, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25,1981-
Young People's ALP Students to Participate
In Playwriting Workshop
Books Easy More than 40 junior high Hochstein.
school students in the Mrs. Nolde noted that
To Find at Library Advanced Learning about 15 students and six
Program and teachers teachers will participate
from the entire school on Dec. 8 and 15 different
Patrons who come look- The collection offers a system will participate in a students and teachers will
[ ing for books in the Young wid« variety of subjects for playwriting workshop to be participate on Dec. 9.
People's collection will young people. As an exam- conducted by the
have no difficulty finding ple, Mrs. Eisenmann men- Dramatists Guild of New "Teachers, we hope, will
them in either the tioned some of her York City on Tuesday and then conduct similar
| children's or adult depart- favorites—"Where the Red Wednesday, Dec. 8 and 9 at writing exercises with
ment. Fern Grows" by Wilson Roosevelt Junior High their own students," she
Mrs. Judy Eisenmann Rawls; "The Visitors," a School. said. Teachers will return
I reference librarian, ha! time-space novel by John Gerald C h a p m a n , for a session Dec. 16, from
compiled a list of more R. Townsend; "A Time for director of the Voung 3 to 4:40 p.m. at Edison
I than 1,000 "YP" fictionEverything" by Susan Playwright Festival for Junior High School, to
titles. Notebooks contain- SaUis; "A Single Light" by the Dramatists Guild, evaluate the workshop and
ing these lists can be found Maia W. Wojchiechowski, conducted s i m i l a r its application in the
at the information desk in both the children's and workshops in England classroom.
and on top of. the card adult's room; "Prove
before introducing them to Chapman said that one
catalog in the adult depart- Yourself a Hero" by K. M the New York of the aims of the workshop
I ment and in the children's Peyton; "The
> * room. metropolitan area. A is to stimulate/ student
Undertaker's Gone professional playwright interest in play writing and
TTie New Jersey The books are listed Bananas" by Paul Zindel, and director will lead the to encourage student
Symphony Orchestra alphabetically according "Wuthering Heights" by workshops. participation in the New
to author, title & subject ti Emily Bronte, and "Now, Carol Nolde, ALPs York City Dramatists
tie in the notebooks, and Ameriky" by Betty Sue
Westfield Series Opens with are indicated on theCummings."
teacher, is coordinating Guild Playwriting contest
the playwriting workshop this summer. Winning
catalog cards with "YP'
Performance of Messiah on the upper left hand cor- Dayton Ranks with the cooperation of her plays from the contest will
fellow junior high school be performed by
ner and also with a "YP' ALP team teachers - professional actors and
After almost seventeen Westminster Symphonic Korsakov's exotic label on the spine of each Third In Math
months of silence, the New Choir and four outstanding Sheherazade; May 8 - con- book. A Lodge Check — James Pascuitl, left, medical ad- Judith Drogin, Frank actresses at a drama
Jersey Symphony will soloists from the operatic ductor and program to be Contest ministrative assistant; and Kim, a patient at Nolde, and Doris festival in the fall of 1982.
The " Y P " titles, Children's Specialized Hospital, Mountainside,
again be heard by stage. This will be a large- announced. available in the Children's Jonathan
Westfield music lovers. On scale performance with
180 voices employed.
Department, are noted on Regional High Dayton School,
receive annual gift to hospital from Earl E. Huffsmith
Jr., Worshipful Master of Atlas Lodge 125 R. & A.M.
Regional Students Score
Saturday evening, Dec. 5 The NJSO has arranged the lists with a "J" prefix Springfield, ranked third Standing at left is Harold Strohl, District Deputy
at 8 p.m. the Orchestra will
open a five-concert
Soloists will be soprano
sung-Sook Lee (a resident
chartered bus transporta-
tion to all Symphony Hall
on the left hand margin. in Union County in the Grand Master of the 13th Masonic District and charity
Mrs. Eisenmann ex- Mathematical Association fund chairman. Watching the proceedings is Mrs.
Well in Basic Skills
of Englewood Cliffs) tenor concerts. For Westfield Students from the Union Minimum Basic Skills Test
subscription series for plained there are many of America's 1981 contest. Ethel Smith, nurse supervisor at the pediatric County Regional High results was based on com-
Alan Crabb, mezzo ticket holders, busses will other books in the library Members of the Jonathan rehabilitation hospital.
.Westfield area soprano Mara Baygu]ova depart from Westfield School District No. 1 tested parison of the Union Coun-
collection that will be of in- Dayton team were Joseph well on the State-wide ty Regional District's test
subscribers. All concerts and bass Ronald Hedlund. Junior High School.
will be held at Newark Anyone wishing to reserve
terest to teenagers besides ohen, Michael Funk,
those on the lists. She ad- Mancuso Succeeds Bistis Minimum Basic Skills results with 50 similar
Test. The test, which was school districts, all assign-
Symphony Hall and all but Other concerts on the a seat should contact the vised those who would like Mark Herrmann, Daniel Marc
one will be under the baton
of the Orchestra's perma-
five-concert Westfield box office for a bus ticket. Parmet and
suggestions about other Schlager. This contest is As Vo-Tech Bd. President given to 9th and llth grade ed to the same District
students in March 1981 Factor Group "H."
series will be: Jan. 9 - an reading material to ask a sponsored Charles Mancuso of Schotch Plains, a member evaluated two areas of
nent Music Director, all-orchestral program of Although the orchestra is reference librarian. by the
Thomas Michalak. Elgar, R. Strauss and heavily subscribed, a Mathematical Association Hillside was elected of the firm of Spagnoli and basic skill achievements: The 9th and llth grade
All of the "YP" books in of America, the National president of the Board of Thuring, Elizabeth, was reading and mathematics.
Dvorak; Feb. 6 - an all-limited number of good the adult department are Council of Teachers of Education of the reappointed attorney. students of the Union Coun-
The Dec. 5 opener will be Tchaikovsky program with seats is still available for The reading test is com- Regional High School
interfiled with the adult fic- Mathematics and the Vocational Schools in the The board's auditing prised of three sections:
a complete performance of pianist Jeffrey Swann per- the Messiah performance tion collection which is ar- Actuarial Society of County of Union, at thefirm, Suplee, Clooney and word recognition, com- istrict No. l demon-
the famous oratorio forming the composer's in December and may be ranged by the last name of America. annual reorganzation Company, was reap- prehension and study strated a very high
Messiah by George First Piano Concerto; purchased at the box office the author. Some are in the meeting Nov. 2. The board pointed as was the school skills. Assessment in level of achievement on the
Frideric zhandel. Featured Mar. 27 - a French/Russian on the day of the perfor- mystery and science fic- operates the Union County physician, Irving Bin- mathematics measures Minimum Basic Skills
will be the world-famous evening featuring Rimsky- mance. tion section. YMCA Raises Vocational Center and the delglass of Roselle. Test. In comparison to the
computation, number con- similar school districts
Funds For Union County Technical M a n c u s o , P r e s i - cepts, measurement/geo-
Institute. dent of First National State metry and problem solv- within the "H" students'
Model UN Mancuso, who served Bank - County, Hacken- ing. achievement was equal or
last year as vice president sack, served on the Board
The Westfield YMCA the board, succeeds of Education for the Interpretation of the above in both skill areas.
sponsored a flea market on Matthew C. Bistis of Vocational Schools in the
Sunday, Nov. 15, with more Mountainside as president. County of Union from 1968
than 40 vendors to support Bistis was elected vice to 1972 and again from 1978
participants from Cran- president of the board. to the present. He also
ford and Westfield in of- Reappointed secretary serves as treasurer of the
fering holiday items, was Mrs. Marion Rohr of Union County Coordinating
decorative gifts, toys, anwood, who also serves Agency for Higher
antiques, and accessories n the staff position of Education and is a former
as well as baked goods and administrative assistant to mayor of Hillside as well
food from Model UN h e p r e s i d e n t - as a former state
participants. iuperintendent of the assemblyman.'
The students have raised institute and Vocational
approximately $500 of their :enter, Dr. John H. The board retained the
$1500 goal. They are in- same meeting schedule as
"armichael of Berkeley in recent years, with
volved in numerous fund Heights.
raising events such as Andrew Neroda of regular meetings to be
bumper sticker sales and Mountainside was reap- held on the third Wed-
bake sales every Friday pointed board treasurer nesday of each month and
night at the YMCA. agenda setting sessions on
ind James V. Spagnoli of the second Wednesday,
both at 5 p.m. All meeting
are held at the Scotch
Don't let the drop BOBBINS & ALLISON INC. Plains campus on Raritan
[ Rd. William Jeremiah, left, vice president or the Westfield
\ in temperature Edablnhedl9l2 Rotary Club, chats with Dennis Fleck, manager of
Photo Exhibit Forbes Magazines' balloon ascension division. Fleck
get the best of you Opens spoke recently to the club members.
and your energy * LOCAL AND An exhibit of works by Hot Air Balloons
dollars. Dial down LONG DISTANCE
New York photographer
David Haxton will open at Rotary Topic
this winter and * STORAGE
Union College's Tamasulo
Art Gallery on December 4 Forbes
Malcolm (The Boss) e v e r y w h e r e .
of Forbes spectacular aerostats are
save three ways: * PACKING
for a one-month show con- Magazine flew a hot air seen alofts at civic,
cluding on Dec. 31. balloon from Oregon to the veteran, philanthropic and
Daytime hours at the Chesapeake Bay and other events year round.
Tomasulo Gallery are 1 to 4 Dennis Fleck recently They also appear without
TEL. 2764898 p.m., Monday through recounted the record charge at music and art
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3% on your heating bill.
Homeowner Loans set during the flight. The hospital fund drives.
flight took six weeks, of The Forbes Balloon
which 22 days were spend Ascension Division spans
in the air. This was the two continents-some of the
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flight in a hot air balloon. United States, others are
Records were established flown in Europe at the
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