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Commentary oint Agairist computer companies' handling car insurance Thanks 'oar 0<o/><>r(// Ja/rP
To the Editor: To the Editor:
Regarding auto insurance reform busy. However, if you w«it long Subsequently, I was informed, by Jersey's problems with auto insur- On behalf of the Class of 1990, I ALARM
.in NftW JnPOav - It fiartolniu in nwntlfir..
enough we might just answer your the body shop that the first aupraisal ance sLnce he entered into a three- would like to expross our gratitude to
ing to know that the state Insurance call." was wrong (it was substantially un- year contract with them worth $248.2 the residents and storeowners of
Discrimination The delays are attributed to tine derstated) to the degree where the million. What we had was unaccep- KEYS MADE
For Cranford . commissioner, Kenneth Merin; and
computer company executives admit new policy of closely scrutinizing auto was determined to be totaled. table so in response to this he took us
Cranford for supporting our Pasta
Night fond-raiser. Commercial * Residential
To the Editor: to problems in the new system of hav- claims to weed out duplicate or The first offer from EDS was down- from bad to much worse. Do we have The senior class wns able to raise a Industrial
Our vote for Township Committee goes not to Democrats, I have bw?n following the articles in property, he was forced to remove a ing computer companies handle auto phony ones. Without mentioning right insulting and when I refused to to wait for the patient to die before substantial amount of money for its
not to Republicans. Our vote goes to the two candidates we your paper concerning * the Neri good portion of it. It makes one won- insurance instead of insurance com- names, EDS sent rne to a drive-in ap- accept it they increased It to an we recognize die fact we followed one treasury as well as have a fun time
property at Riverside Drive and der where the justice is. v panies. To data it's been as efficient praiser to price the damage. First amount they determined to be fair mistake with another- bring back the preparing 145 pounds of pasta. I hope
believe can set partisan politics aside and serve Cranford Kensington Avenue. Obviously the Neris are being har- as having a ^veterinarian' perform de- the appraiser's firm aald they (based on a "book value average"). I brain surgeon. everyone enjoyed our taste of Italy. SECURITY IS OUR M l D D l t NAMF.
best at this time. Our vote goes to two honest, independent, Jt is obvious living in the neighbor- assed by municipal employees, licate brain surgery on a human be- couldn't find my appraisal because checked with the dealer who sold me JohnSavoia . Us Walsh
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sensible public servants who are open to viable suggestions hood, Mr. and Mrs. Neri, in my opin- namely the township engineer and ing. # certain^ is comforting to they were more than two months be- the car and he showed me their 34 Mansion t e r . President
from residents and experts. Our vote goes to the two candi- ion, are being discriminated against. building inspector, It seems time for know the computer companies are hind in their filing system, then I was "book" which valued the car at Class of 1990
dates able to givefeeikae necessary to do a proper job. Let me call your attention to a home the Township Committee to look into "doing the work",-or 16 to 17 percent told the appraisal had been mis- several hundred dollars higher than «*<•*-
currently under construction or the Neri problem since they ptor- Whereas insurance companies were placed so they had to do another one. EDS had offered. However, I felt the
All four candidates have numerous credits to their record Belmont Avenue. This property is chased this property at a puoiic auc- charging %x percent. It should be After doing this one (I found out money I would save in telephone
and we trust all would oppose .a mall at the Beecham site. We constantly under water. TrucMoad tion torn the towr^iiip at a rattier no^d tjiit insurance companies were about it from the body shop-I never charges would more than offset the
applaud their accomplishments and willingness to serve. after truckload of dirt, mixed with high price. always there when needed. I for one received a copy) they sent it to EDS. difference.
Democratic incumbent Dan Aschenbach, as public affairs concrete, etc., has been deposited on Matthew T. Haney would rather pay the higher pre- A preliminary check was sent to im, The bottom line is I never saw any
this property. When Mr. Neri pur- 96 Relmont Ave. miums for service than pay 18 to 17 less my deductible, which had been appraisal, they had to take the car
commissioner, is liaison to 17 boards, an almost superhuman chased load after load of fill tor his percent lor absolutely nothing (e?;- changed but EDS couldn't find it within three days or I would have to
task. His nmning mate, Tony Smith, has an enviable record ceptinaybeHnwlc)
p y )
although they were a We to find noy pay storage *o I don't have the car, J.
"of volunteer service,.'especially involving youth. Their GOP check which was mailed with the mailed them t5«e certificate of title so
Unfortunately, I have had to deal selection form-it appears the check
opponents, Barbara Bilger and Bob Biach, also are longtime with EDS and fec-1 Mr. Merin should goes to one area and the selection they could send me the balance of the
public servants, Bob most notably on the zoning board and To the Editor: note the improvement from March to form to another but these areas don't money due me which I still haven't
October. I have had to call them communicate with each other. received. Mr. Merin obviously felt
Barbara in recreation activities. The Oct. 5 Chronicle article regard- as a paid professional* cannot inter- that EDS was the answer to all New
ing township flooding problems and pret the 1976 findings and move on to several times to resolve a claim,
Our vote goes to the latter two. Barbara Bilger is a hard Don't forget to twn clocks back 1 hour wMchhas st?U.i!«ot tefln resolved, af»
worker, thorough and dependable. She feels the people's pu- hiring of an environmental hydraulic toe more appropriate action of im-
t w a period of more Jinan two months.
lse. Bob Biach, with his businessman's approach, can assess before going to bed this Saturday night.... engineering consultant to review plementing the plan's recommended
these problems caught my interest improvements according to the On one occasion the phone" rang 40
intelligently, through all manner of rhetoric. He has proven Standard Time'returns in the" wee-hours It was stated by acting township priorities established.
times before I got an answer which
himself to be a stabMtomg influence. I can only assume that direct im- was "Our lines are stili busy.
engineer Karen Kramkowski that However, our next available repre- To the Editor:
Although we sympathize with Tony Smith and his per- Killam Associates would be brought plementation of the recommended sentative will take your call." This Well, so much for an intelligent, cal campaigns today, aim low and
ceived hurt, we believe bis pending lawsuit is uncalled for, in as an objective third party to eva- improvements has been delayed for was repeated 20 times before I finally meaningful gubernatorial campaign are always on target. The Florio-
luate the 1976 storm sewer master 13 years for largely political reasons got a representative who promptly for New Jersey in 1989.1 don't know if Courter campaigns .have taken on all
not worth the fractured friendships/unbecoming a Township in plan produced for Cranford and then by the predominant^ Republican informed me that she didn't handle I speak for all voters, butttuscam- the characteristics ofthe MTV men- A new Model 68 oil boiler from
Committeeman. At this time we see Dan Aschenbach as a to prioritize the areas and streets administrations and h continuing, to
divisive force on the governing body. To the Editor: be delayed, as the current election this type of claim. She took; my name paign is about as debased a spectacle tality which saturates popular cul- Weil-McLain could save you hundreds
which would be done first. and telephone number so someone as I have ever witnessed. Has there ture: loud, ugly, tastdes3, boring and
Things certainly have changed Democratic Cornmitteewomsn. The Wonderins what is objective about campaign comes to an end. Decisions
Barbara and Bob have what the community needs now and with the League of Women Voters contents stated, "Please reply to the
hiring a consultant to consult on their must be made not on recommenda-
could call me back. I don't know how ever been a campaign oozing more dumb. While all these ingredients of dollars on your heating bills—this
deserve our support. since I was a member (1964 to 1985). following questions in essay form us- many light years I'll have to wait for dumbnes3 than this one? As I look at make up this campaign, it is the lat- winter alone!
own report, I obtained a copy of said tions and priorities, because they the calendar, I don't, know if my sto- ter two elements which comprise the
In the past, the LWV was a non- ing no more than 300 words total for master plan for review. Since the re- have been clearly established: ' . ' t h i s c a l l . ' .* "•'.-,.' ' • ::.:.:/: Y ••
partisan organization, especially the three questions." We must get on to the serious busi- ; Mr,Merin said, "The new system mach will hold out. greatest share and offend the most. If your oil boiler is more than 10
It looks to me like three of the can- port clearly prioritizes the areas of ness of installing the recommended wiU work but we must give it time. In In observing the main participants Should anyone wonder why people
when it cams to voter service mat'
ters. Apparently that is no Jonger the didates abided by the rules and one of need, and since Carl Andreassen of actions before the township sinks into the long run, I am.convinced .the r «id their camps, you get the feeling become disillusioned a r J so uninvol-
years old, it could be operating at
case. the Democratic candidates was al- Killam Associates states ir. the arti- the Eahway River. computer firms will be more efficient yoiit are watching a fractured rem- ved in politics. • only 60% efficiency—or less. That
cle he saw no need to update the 1978 and less expensive." At this point, I nant of a Monty Python sketch. Then Two moments from the campaign
I recently obtained the 1S89 LWV lowed 475 words, a tremendous ad- storm sewer survey, I wonder why Jeff Anderson means 40% of your heating dollars
candidate sheet and noticed that one vantage in expressing his answers. am convinced only that premium n<y you realize these guy's are serious. crystallize in the mind: the total ab-
The election season in Garwood, unlike its counterpart in of the Democratic candidates for Could it be that Democrat Berry the acting township engineer, hired 64 Livingston Ave. tices will certainly go out on time or At least the Python's political sket- sence of stature and decorum in t!w coulp1 begoing right up the chimney.
Cranford and Kenilworth, is once again a polite, low-key af- Township Committee had very leng- gave her candidate an advantage? I ahead of schedule, the telephone ches were laced with sharp wit and second debate. The child-like name
thy answers to the questions com- leave that for you to decide. Engineer's offer company will certainly reap a ban- keen intelligence-two ingredients calling and tit for tat was appealing But a new 68 boiler from
fair without overwhelmingly divisive issues. The chief point pared to the others. I then asked two Personally, I am very disappointed ner harvest and many New Jersey which haven't come within 10,000 to my 9-year-old. The only tactic Weil-McLain operates at 84% effi-
of contention is which party can keep a better lid on taxes. of the other candidates why their re- that the Cranford League of Women To the Editor: drivers will be walking around say- light-years of either camp. missing was sticking out tongues at
The two incumbents, Democrats Michael Crincoli and sponses were so brief and was shown Voters is no longer non-partisan. This Some of the residents in the Maka- which can be useful in the resolution Ing to themselves, "Our lines are still The media gurus who steer politi- one another. That move would pro- ciency, which means it can pay for
bably have won over my 7-year-old.
Charles Lombardo, are completing three years on the Bor- the letter the candidates received matter does cast a shadow on thetom area have retained me to advise of the recent type of flooding pro-
League's credibility and that's too them on how best to get an affirma- blems. And how about those TV spots? Alter itself in just a few short years.
ough Council. Each has addressed municipal affairs with a from the Cranford LWV.
the news one evening, the Plorio and That means more money in your
serious and dedicated approach. Each has chaired highly Much to my surprise this letter was bad.
signed by Jackie Berry, District 16
tive response from the Township I would be willing to assist the
Jeannine R. Rowe Committee in their quest for a resolu- governing body in this important en- Goverage faulted Courter "Pinocchio" ads ran. back to
pocket—and less' in your boiler.
visible areas: Crincoli the public works department and 455BrooksidePl. tion to the newly developed flooding deavor and possibly achieve accep- To the Editor: • . . - . .
back. Wow, dueling "Pinocchio" ads,
Lombprdo the fire and recreation departments. They have problems in the area of Makatom table results by improved manage- definitely a high water mark of
•.vlain. appalled at the lack of quality Garwood and the Chronicle if two re- western civilization. In contemplat-
Find out how much you can save
done a fine job and deserve to be re-elected. Drive, Brown Terrace and Harvard ment and maintenance of existing reporting- Kv this /VnnJV>w4 Y^*.n*.i«l~ porters worn sent tn cover school ing the destiny of humankind, I fear
rpniM'tine by the Cranford Chronicle nnrfprtt were cent to rnnur animnl with a Weil-McLain 68 oil boiler. Call
Their Republican challengers, former school principal Road. drainage systems rather than spend- cowing meetings of the Garwood board meetings. To quote an old the time when explorers fvovn the
To the Editor: I not only believe that I can assist ing millions-as reported in the local Board of Education. adage, "Two heads are better than abyss of the cosmos will happen by us today!
Joseph Troiano and zoning board member Mary Wanca, A flyer was left on my porch last run a clean, smooth and friendly, these concerned people, but, more press-in replacing allegedly under- Repeatedly statements made by one." Then, maybe all the facts our plant, long ago reduced to a char-
have fine records of community service and are creditable week by a member or the Cranford last-week effort to reach the citizens importantly, 1 believe that I can as- sized drainage structures. the 'public, school board and adminis- would be reported.
candidates. We thank them for their willingness to serve and Republican campaign committee. It of Cranford. I would ask, that If at aSl sist the governing N>dy ' n the resolu- red cinder. These'beings endeavor«
As an added note, I do not wish to tration have not reached the printed I hope through your efforts this ing to find what kind of civilization
trust they will continue their community involvement. seemed to describe the abuse of its possible, to have the Committee on tion of problems in an area where nor dc I believe that I am capable of page ef the Chronicle. problem can and will be corrected. lived here, begin their exploration,
volfuiteers by the opposition. Willow Street refrain from stopping Hooding was considered "ancient competing with Killam Associates, a • At a time when this school district Although a small community, Gar- only to find in their excavation, not a
'.:-, I resenj beingsxpja^ed Jo'this tyoe hist6ryl>i;at1 the<lenii'Of'my 11-year firm: JY Tsspect highly'and. worked iaflo^riencaigsome difficuKyi ii is a Yfobdis entitled to receive quayj^re- tape qf,BeetnoyeriisNihth'>cir;"ei'ti7.en
of bgd-moutfiiri«f. <3& dtfth^ s o # '•<•> h i t . i ,„ ;.;,;;Amelia MeMgh tenure" (las'1towriship';%ii^inefeli'i'in with tarnearlyl973 in> formulating gr£at injustice to the citizens of Gar; iftirting, a.sJtanidardby; which portjea 1 $aiie," -tmt^tape of Jim Courier's
boxes and stop bragging about what 422BrooksidePl. D e c e m b e r 1983. • • " . ' • ' i . ; .• the various flood control programs, wo«d> to be denied fall the; facts be: Newspapers are known.'. , "•'".'."
good deeds are performed. Instead, causeof selected jomiialism, Itmay ",..::••: i nbsei...'" ' ''" "
I beUeve'that I am in a unique posi- many of which were implemented by • WilliamiPetix
For Keiiil Worth Statements, oii lawsuit
tion to advise the governing body by me and others which are being touted
virtue of my many flood control inita- by township officials as the solution ,
be beneficial to both the citizens of . . 343LocustAve. Daniel Pastore Jr.
m Beech St.
tives with the various systems in the to flooding in the Columbia Avenue
All four candidates for two Kenilworth Borough Council To the Editor: entire area comprised of Union area and elsewhere in the northeast
seats have demonstrated a desire to work diligently for the April 13 Barbara Bilger states in tune time to bring up a private law- County College, and the areas to the section of Cranford. I do, however,
borough if they are elected. the Chronicle the "lawsuit" will not suit among citizens, and make a north and to the south of it. These Ini- believe that I can assist in an adv-
enter into the campaign. campaign issue out of this. tiatives resulted in removing the isory fashion in directing and coor-
The desire of incumbent Dennis Schulta, a Republican, is , October 13 Mrs. Bilger makes a How convenient that now your flood threat from this area in the mid dinating the investigation of the
enhanced by his three years' experience on council. Schuitz statement to the Chronicle and men- statement should be totally different. 1970s. complex systems which comprise the
has served for the last two years as public works commis- tions the "lawsuit." Seems like just another Republican I believe that these initiatives and drainage systems in this entire sub-
sioner and has done much to improve the department and its October 19 Mrs. Bilger states that whitewash to me. my experience in living with and ject area.
she was misquoted by the Chronicle I'll take a Democratic candidate working on the then serious flooding
services to residents. Though his detractors will readily harp
about Kenilworth's public works shortcomings, Schuitz has, on April 13. who thinks for himself or herself over problems have given me an insight
109 County Park Dr.
Democratic Candidates SAY they oppose the mall
Mrs. Bilger, whatever took you six a Republican puppet any day.
on the whole, dealt with numerous problems with intelli- months to change your statement? Come on fellow Cranfordites. We'-
gence, industry and the welfare of the borough in mind. Two phone calls
The council has faced and will continue to face an uphill
battle with regard to skyrocketing service costs, the burden
The Chronicle has a very responsive re mad and we don't have to take it
editorial department and a retrac- anymore. Please come out to vote.
tion and correction section. Why not We can really make a difference. To the Editor: I knew for a fact that at the same
My daughter called the other day. time I received my call another
Who's Kidding Who?
change the error six months ago? KatMeen Smith
of recycling and the poor condition of Kenilworth's streets. Obviously, the Republican ma- 212StoughtonAve. She said, "Hi, Dad. Well our newgrandfather also answered his phone
Schuitz should be recognized for-addressin^ these and other baby is a boy. He is doing just fine. to hear, "Hi, Dad, well I had the
chine decided it was now an oppor- Congratulations, Grandpop. I love abortion. I love you, but I just can't
troubles with limited funds on a priority basis and as a result, you." We talked some more; she was talk now. (click) Do you think he had
guiding the borough along the path of municipal improve- Added words mislead so happy. After 1 hung up", I kept say- tears? FACTs Cranford's Democratic Chairman's Law
To the Editor:
ing thank you, God. Oh yes, there S.James Brady Firm represents Hartz Mountain. Briaag the kids to
Schuitz has also performed responsibly as acting mayor I was disturbed to see Barbara Bil- In my opinion, the citizens of Cran-
weretearaof joy. 260 Fifth Ave.
TRICK or TREAT
this year, after assuming the duties as a result of Mayor After awhile sadness was with me. Garwood
ger and Bob Biach's (Republicans) ford deserve a public apology for this
Joseph Benintente's extended illness. most recent campaign flyer which outrageous, erroneous and deceitful
Sensitive to environment FACT: Cranford's Democratic Chairman himself at the stores where yotm can
In light of the incumbent's knowledge and gameness for denounced Democratic candidate act. Furthermore, since negative
hard work, we encourage voters to support Schuitz in his bid Tony Smith for allegedly suing and campaigns serve only to distort the represents Hartz Mountain in a Linden feel confident of their safety.
for re-election. abusing "Cranford Volunteers." Ms. facts and draw attention from the To the Editor:
Bilger and Mr. Biach's campaign real issues to which voters should I read with great thankfulness the the 100-year-old tree at the library Mall development.
Though Democratic candidates Jeffrey Corcione and La- committee purposely and mislead- focus, I would like to discourage both article in the latest edition ofthe must come down-I thought Cranford
wrence Clementi and Republican candidate Ignore Jeans ingly added the words "Cranford Vo- the Republican and Democratic Cranford Chronicle that a Cranford had a tree advisory board to render
are newcomers to the political arena, all three are capable of lunteers" to the text of a particular party from adopting mud-slinging resident, Barbara Krause, was equa- professional judgement on such ac- FACT: Hartz Mountain contributed to Cranford
contributing fresh and valuable ideas to the workings of the lawsuit's defendant list, suggesting tactics that could tarnish Cranford's lly concerned as I about the ''gross tions. I also wonder how the Horticul- . Democratic Campaign, (not to Republicans)
council. All three are genuinely concerned about the crises, that Tony Smith filed a suit against hard-earned reputation as a warm, lack of sensitivity to our environ- tural Committee intends to plant a
all Cranford volunteers or even the caring and special community. ment" that the Cranford Township "similar" tree somewhere in the
notably the $8.4-mfflion liability judgment against th« bor- entire township, rather tnan only 12 KenneftJDJFlaxman Committee was exhibiting towards township. Do they know where a
committee sanctioned loss of "similar" 100-year-old tree can be
FACT: Cranford Democratic Chairman and Come in for a SAFE Trick or Treat
ough, that face Kenilworth residents. individuals. at the following stores:
In a tightly contested race for the second council endorse- trees throughout the public areas of found? And how is it to be transplan- Democratic Commissioners have been
ment, we give the edge to Corcione. A longtime resident, he thetownship. ted2-0r.dk> 10 10-year-cld trees equal
has presented a concrete agenda of ideas to foster commun-
There is no need to review once one 100-yeaFoWtree?—-._ against the Downtown Revitalization. B /ALBAN-LEWIS
N 1 100 No, Union Ave,
CRANFORD BOOK STORE
32 North Av*,, W.
LINDA'S BOOK 1
ity involvement and revitalize residents' pride in Kenilworth, Calendar of meetings again our need fcr trees-I have done And lastly-about those tries re-
that twice already, so I won't do it cently planted in the train station
again here. Let me state simply that parking lot-I believe thay are cra-
ft# AMERICAN PRINCESS
0 SKIN & NAILS
27 No. Union Avt,
20 Aldtn St,
which are important concerns. As director of production of a 35 Aldon SI,
CRANFORD GOLDEN TOUCH MARTIN JEWELERS 1
there is no need for a "choice" to be bapples-capable of dropping fruit
Citize iis of Cranford
12 North Ava,, W. 1
his company, Microstamping in Maplewood, he has gained Today, Oct. 26 Thursday, Nov. 9 / JEWELERS
experience in managing operations and personnel relations 8 p.m. Garwood Planning Board, 8:30 p.m. Garwood Borough Coun- made between trees and parking onto cars and growing on an average / A&R GLASS & ALUMINUM, INC. 8 No. Union Ava. MR. J'S |
cil, Borough Hall spaces-good design will allow you to to about a 20-foot mature height. Not B
• 1 WllnUI Aui
1 Walnut Milt 15 Walnut Avt, n
and has bolstered corporate output. He possesses intelligence Lincoln School CRANFORD PHARMACY
Monday, Nov. 13 have both. What is apparently much shade for a parking area 120 / BACK TO NATURE 109 South Ava,, E, NANCY'S ANTIQUES \
and energy and will provide sound insight into critical issues.
All of the candidates should be commended for their wil-
Monday, Oct. 30
7:30 p.m. Downtown Management
Corp., Municipal Building
8 p.m. Cranford Board of Educa- needed in Cranford are better park- feet wide, now is it? I'm still looking
tion workshop, Lincoln School ing lot designers, not officials to ren- for some shade trees in thi3 lot, and You have the facts — U
f BELL'S PHARMACY
13 Wnlnul Avi.
CRANFORD SPORT CENTER
100 No, Union Av«,
11 Walnut Ava.
NATIONAL STATE BANK
8 p.m. Keniiworth Board of Educa- der life and death choices over living the Miln Street lot too.
Rarllun A Commsrca Dr, •
lingness to enter the unglamorous and often thankless world
of municipal government.
8 p.m. Kenilworth school board's
education committee, Harding tion, Harding School
8 p.m. Kenilworth Borough Council
creatures older than all of us.
I must also question the Horticul- BiUNierstedt
Protect Cranford's future i
S 17 No, Union Av«,
24 Eadman Si.
45 Aldon SI,
FIRST ATLANTIC SAVINGS
I f l Attimn Cl
If the two Republicans are elected, the 3-3 party balance on School
workshop, Borough Hall tural Committee's assessment that 2 No. Union Ave. SHAPIRO'S
the council will be maintained. Though some believe that this Wednesday, Nov. 1 § BALL PARK DELI 19 No, Union Avt, I
8 p.m. Cranford Planning Board, • 12 No, Union Avt. FIRST FIDELITY BANK
situation, as it exists now, leads to deadlocks on political is-
Vote Republican November 7th
2 North Avt., W, SPORTSMAN'S SHOP
Municipal Building | BROWN'S COUNTRV STORE 103 No. Union Ave.
sues and a tying up of the governmental process, in reality
very few tie votes have arisen in the past year. The political
Thursday, Nov. 2
8 p.m. Kenilworth Planning Board,
A DIVISION OF FORBES INC, Ctje Cranf orfc LENA B. MOORE
117 No, Union A»t. GEIGER'S FINE WOMENS
15 No, Union Ava,
5 Walnut Avt
equilibrium instead provides a mutual watchdog system of
Biach & Bilger
Borough Hall MALCOLM S. FORBES, JR. PATRICIA ANDERSON | 102 No. Union Avt.
GENTLEMEN'S CORNER T. C. GRAPHICS
checks and balances, preventing a more powerful party from Friday, Nov. 3
Chairman Editor ' CLAYPIPE & QUILL 11 No. Union Ava, 27 Aldan SI,
railroading key decisions through. Garwood Board of Adjustment, JOHN J . O'BRIEN ROSALIE GROSS
111 No, Union Ay*,
HARMONIA SAVINGS TEES R US
(Nmt lo Cranlord Thaaler)
Of course, political parties should be of minimal concern to Borough Hall President and Publliher News Editor 18 Nc.'lh Avt,, W. 25 North Avt., W,
COBWEB COLLECTIBLES &
Monday, Nov. 6
voters and candidates as well; all four aspirants have stated
that they will be able to work peacably with their comrades. 8:15 p.m. Cranford Board of Ad-
justment, Municipal Building
EDWARD F. CARROLL
Executive Editor FAX:»M220
Published rfvery Tbunday by Forbei Newipapera,
CHERYL MOULTON, MARK VIA
Reporters Republicans Protecting EPHEMERA, INC.
a Wilnul Avt.
CONNIE'S OF CRANFORO
HARTIG'S PAINT &
101 No. Union Ava.
10 No, U,,lon Ava.
THE ASSOCIATES FOR HAIR
The Democrats and Republicans should not view each other
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A Division ol Forbes, Inc., Post Office Box i n , KAREN KASSINGER, CHRISTINE KELLY 102 No, Union Ava. " HYNE'S JEWELERS 3 Walnut Ave.
Tuesday, Nov. 7 , RICHARD D. McKEAN
as opponents but rather as potential allies dedicated to har- 7:30 p.m. Cranford Township AdvertUlng/Marketlng Director SonervUk, N J . M7I. Editorial, Dullness and adver-
thing office* at IK Walnut Ave., Cnnford, N J . Kill.
2 Eaalman SI,
THE VILLAGE SHOE SHOP
22 North Avt., W,
moniously addressing Kenilworth's important issues. Committee, Municipal Building STEVEN JANKOWSKI Stcood class postage paid at Cranford, N.J.
123 No. Union Avt.
INTIMATES BY KASHMA
23 No. Union Ava. •
A vote for any candidate should be an edict to that person to Retail Advertising Manager Subscription rales by mall prepaid one year within Claviland Plan TONY'S CAFE
Wednesday, Nov. 8 , . Union County f IMt. Out ol county tll.N. Out cf state Office Manager JIMMY'S RESTAURANT 21 No. Union Ave.
work not as a member of any party but as a servant of Kenil- 8 p.m. Kenilworth Board of Ad- IBM.
P«M lor by Crinlonl R#p«Wlein Campaign Commute*, A. MeArthui, Twa*., 72S Willow 81., Cranlord, N.J. OTOU. CRANFORD BIKE SHOP
105 No. Union Ava.
27 No, Union Ava.
worth, beholden to the e'tizens and their best interests. justment, Borough Hall