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									 Page 8                    T H E WESTFIELD (N.J.) LEADER, THURSDAY, JUNE 28,1990-

                                                                                                                Interim Report
                  Obituaries                                                        equalize building usage, the in-
                                                                                                                       (Continued In   > page t )

                                                                                                                                   (he computer software as a tool
                                                                                                                                                                                                         fire calls
                                                                                    terim report did not include any               tu aid the full subcommittee in
                                                                                    specific redistricting plans.                  decision-making and further                    Tuesday, June VI — 126 South      Friday, June 15 — Cranford
                                                                                   Several alternatives will be                    review of computer-constructed              Ave., East, false alarm; 455 Top- Fire Headquarters, mutual aid;
                                                                                   presented by the committee to                   redislricting plans to ensure that          ping Hill Rd., gasoline leak; cor- 651 Elm St., smoke condition;
                         Ann Pinkniuii                                              the public at public informa-                  all relevant data is included in            ner of Westfield and South North Avenue and East Cross-
                                                                                   tion/input sessions scheduled in                the analyses and that all                   avenues, false call; 41C Sandra way Place, auto accident; 220
  An C. Bock Pinkman, 62, of           Christine Ehly and Mary Ellen               each of the elementary schools in               reasonable options are modeled.             Circle, smoke scare.               Clark St., system malfunction.
Wcstfield died Saturday, .June 23      Pinkman, both of Corona Del                 the fall. "After the committee                    Six public information/input                Wednesday, June i:s — 29 Elm Saturday, June 10 — 223 Hazel
at home after a brief illness.         Mar. Calif.; her mother, Mrs.               hears input from the public on                  sessions will be held by the com-           St., smoke condition; 307 South Ave. (rear), smoke scare; 420
  Born in Newark, Mrs.                 Catherine Ryan Bock of Union; a             these options, it will develop                  mittee in the fall, as follows:             Ave., West, system malfunction; Wychwood Rd., accidental
Pinkman lived in Roselle for 1 G       brother, Charles Bock Jr., of               specific recommendations to                        *September 26 - Washington               Fairhill Road and Fairhill Drive, alarm; 829 Summit Ave., news-
years before moving to Westfield       Piscataway; and two sisters,                take to the Board of Education,"                School;                                     smoke condition; 441 West Broad paper on fire.
IK years ago.                          Mrs. Charlotte McGrory of                   said Mr. Mulreany.                                'October 1 - Jefferson School;            St.. propane gas leak; Plaza Cir-    Sunday, June 17 — 404
  She was a communicant of St.         Westrield and Mrs. Ellen Gard-                  In addition to reviewing the                  •October 9 - MeKinley School;             cle (park) refuse fire.            Lawrence Ave., alarm - no fire.
Anne's R.C. Church in Garwood.         ner of Bloomfield.                          elementary school enrollment                      *October 15 -Tamaques School;
  She is survived by her husband,        Arrangements were by the                  and use of the town's schools, the                  *October 25-Wilson School;
Edward B. Pinkman; four sons,          Dooley Funeral Home, Cranford.              committee is also charged with                     •October 29 - Franklin School
Paul of Plainfield, James of                                                       seeking the best future uses of the                "The Citizens' Advisory Com-
Mountainside, Mark of San                 Memorial contributions may               Elm Street and Lincoln School                   mittee and its subcommittees
Mateo, Calif., and Andrew of           be made to the Arthritis Founda-            buildings. Elm Street currently                 will continue to meet after the
Westfield; three daughters, Kar-       tion, 200 Middlesex Turnpike,               houses the administration and                   public information/input ses-
en Pinkman of Westfield, Mrs.          Iselin . N.J. 08830.                        Lincoln School is currently                    sions," said Mr. Mulreany. A
                                                                                   leased to the Union County                      final report will be submitted by
                                                                                   Educational Services Commis-                    February, 1991. "The committee
                         Henry J. Eurl                                             sion for one of its special educa-             will continue to study and review                Tuesday, June 19 • A report was         Friday, June 22 - A resident of
                                                                                   tion schools.                                  issues in its charge, particularly            filed concerning a burglary to the       Boynton Avenue reported his car
   llenry J. Eurl, 08, of Westfield       He is survived by his wife,                                                                                                           snack bar at the Memorial Pool;          stereo stolen; a representative of
died Wednesday, June 20 in Over-       Gladys; four daughters, Mrs.                    "After reviewing numbers,                  in face of new and updated infor-
                                                                                   costs, busing needs, racial                    mation, such as the impact of the             a representative of the Westfield       Jefferson School reported a
look Hospital in Summit.               Janice Acheson of Scotch Plains,                                                                                                         Cinema reported a broken win-            broken window at the school; a
   Born in Yonkers, N.Y., he lived     Mrs. Lindsay Gilbert of Town-               balance requirements and the                   governor's new school funding
                                                                                   neighborhood school concept, the                                                             dow; an 11-year-old juvenile was        Cranford resident reported the
in Dallas and Ahoskie, N.C.            send, Mass., Mrs. Martha Cray of                                                           formula," he concluded.                       arrested for shoplifting from the
                                                                                   Advisory Committee recom-                         Carol Phelan is vice chair-                                                        theft of a wallet from Quick Chek
before moving to Westfield 27          Roselle Park, and Mrs. Sandra                                                                                                            Music Staff on Elm Street; two          on South Avenue; two Harrison
years ago.                             Whitford of Edison; two step                mended against closing either                  person of the nine-member ad-                 juveniles were arrested for the
                                                                                   McKinley or Washington Schools                 visory committee which was ap-                                                        residents were arrested and
  Mr. Earl was a 1949 graduate of      daughters, Mrs. Gladys Tullio of                                                                                                         possession of marijuana.                charged with four counts of
Columbia University.                   Scotch Plains, and Mrs. Joyce               (the town's two smallest                       pointed by the Board of Educa-
                                                                                  schools)," Mr. Mulreany said.                   tion in November. A tenth com-                   Wednesday, June 20 - A resi-         burglary and theft to a motor
  He was a hydraulic engineer          Palmisano of Linden, and 10                                                                                                             dent of Grove Street reported she        vehicle; a resident of Jefferson
for the Clecim Co., based in           grandchildren.                                 The committee's four subcom-                mittee member - Dodi Corbett
                                                                                  mittees and some preliminary                    •resigned on June 17 because her             was assaulted while at the A&P           Avenue reported someone broke
Paris, France, for six years.            Contributions may be made to                                                                                                          on Elm Street; a resident of             into his garage and removed a
Prior to that, he was a general                                                   recommendations they have                       husband is being transferred to
                                       the City of Hope Hospice, 176              reached following initial re-                                                                 Forest Avenue reported someone          leaf blower; a resident of Maple
manager for the New Jersey             Hussa St., Linden, 0703C.                                                                  Australia. In addition to Mr.                attempted to steal the battery
                                                                                  search and review include:                      Mulreany and Mrs. Phelan, other                                                       Street was arrested for criminal
Aluminum Co., in New Bruns-                                                                                                                                                    from his motor vehicle while it          mischief; a representative of
wick and Ahoskie, N.C.                   Arrangements were by the                     *The Intermediate School Sub-               citizens serving on the advisory             was parked in front of his
                                                                                  committee recommended that                      committee include: Richard                                                            Elm Radio on South Elmer Street
  Mr. Earl served in the Marine        Gray Funeral Home, 318 East                                                                                                             residence.                               reported the theft of several
Corps during World War II.             Broad St.                                  the town's two intermediate                     Bagger, Christine Farrell,
                                                                                  schools - Edison and Roosevelt                  Donald Hupe, Lemuel Moore,                       Thursday, June 21 - A resident       video recorders from the store.
                                                                                  -not be combined:                               Kichard Schrader, John Toriello              of Maple Street reported
                     Sulvutore J. Giresi                                              *the Fifth Grade Subcommit-                 and Anita Weinberg. School                   criminal mischief to her prop-             Saturday, June Z\ - A resident
                                                                                  tee recommended against mov-                    Hoard member Carolyn Moran                   erty; a 66-year-old Rahway resi-         of South Avenue reported being
   Salvatore J. Giresi, 78, of West-   fore moving to Westfield seven             ing the fifth grades from the                   serves as liaison between the                dent was arrested for assault; a         assaulted; as a result of domestic
field died Saturday, June 23, at       years ago.                                 elementary schools to the in-                                                                Cacciola Place resident was ar-          violence a resident of Ripley
                                                                                                                                  hoard and the committee.                     rested for assault; a report was
Overlook Hospital in Summit.             He is survived by two sons,              termediate schools without any                                                                                                        Place was arrested; a resident of
   Mr. Giresi was an assistant         Michael and George, both of                                                                                                             filed concerning the recovery of a
claims supervisor for the Road-        Westfield; a daughter, Sandra
                                                                                  compelling economic or space
                                                                                                                                                Musings                        stolen vehicle from Sayerville —
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Lawn Terrace in Cranford was
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        arrested for assaulting an of-
way Express Inc., Trucking             Carpenter of Mount Vernon,                                                                            (Continued from Page 5)           the vehicle was found at the cor-        ficer; a resident of South Avenue
                                                                                      •the Elm Street/Lincoln School                                                           ner of Summit Avenue and
Company in South Kearny for 15         Ohio; a step daughter, Karen               Subcommittee recommended                        of democracy. Please remember                                                         reported a burglary and theft
years, before retiring in 1977. He     Gallagher of Morrisonville,                                                                                                             Washington Streets.                      from her residence.
                                                                                  against moving the Board offices                that!
previously owned and operated          N.Y.; a sister, Rose Marie Giresi          and administrative offices from                   This July fourth, 1990, give
the Deer Head Bar and Grill in         of Kearny and nine grandchil-              Elm Street to the Lincoln School                some thought to your personal
Brooklyn, N.Y. for ten years.          dren.                                      because Lincoln School does not                 freedoms. They are freedom of
   He was born in Brooklyn. He
lived in Kearny for 44 years, and
                                         Arrangements were by the
                                       Dooley Colonial Home, 556
                                                                                  have the square footage required
                                                                                  to accommodate Board office
                                                                                                                                  speech, freedom of religion,
                                                                                                                                  freedom of Ihe press, and your                           Rescue Squad Reports
Scotch Plains for five years, be-      Westfield Ave.                             needs and the committee recom-                  right to privacy.
                                                                                  mended that an appraisal of Lin-
                                                                                  coln School be obtained for fur-
                                                                                                                                    Believe it or not, as an
                                                                                                                                  American, you have the right to
                                                                                                                                                                                            Statistics for April
          Identical twins may seem the same In most respects,                     ther study;                                     burn the flag.
          but they do not have identical fingerprints.                                •the Computer Subcommittee                    But, why would you want to?                  The Westfield Volunteer Rescue Squad reports the following
                                                                                  recommended continued use of                       -MILLICENTK. BRODY 1990                   statistics for the month of April 1990:
                                                                                                                                                                               Type of Call
                                                                                                                                                                                 Emergency Transportations                              138
                                                                                                                                                                                 Non-Emergency Transportations                            5
                                                                                                                                                                                 No Transport                                            10
                                                                                                                                                                                 Total Calls                                            153
                                                                                                                                                                               Nature of Call
                                                                                                                                                                                 Auto Accident                                           17
                                                                                                                                                                                 CPR                                                      3
                                                                                                                                                                                 DOA                                                                                     1
                                                                                                                                                                                 Heart                                                                                  18
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                                                                                                                                                                                 Illness                                                                                58
                                                                                                                                                                                 Injury                                                                                 41
                                                                                                                                                                               Provided Assistance to
                                                                                                                                                                               Neighboring Towns                                                                        13
                                                                                                                                                                               Required Assistance from
                                                                                                                                                                               Neighboring Towns
                                                                                                                                                                               Total Number of Hours
                                                                                                                                                                               Donated by Members                                                                     1893
                                                                                                                                                                               Average Number of Hours
                                                                                                                                                                               Donated by Member per Week

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