A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION The Westfield Leader and THE TIMES of Scotch Plains – Fanwood Thursday, October 21, 1999 Page 17
Westfield Youth NFL Flag Westfield P.A.L. C Mangles
Football League Results: Millburn Gridders, 19-7
NFC DIVISION: stopped several last minute scoring op- The Westfield Police Athletic Leagues
portunities for the 49ers. Westfield took over and quarterback
Packers 34 Cowboys 18 C football team ran their record to 3-0
John Boyd threw touchdown passes to with a 19-7 victory over Millburn on Mark Boyd hit Venezia with a 67-yard
AFC DIVISION: touchdown pass and in the fourth quarter
Logan Streit and Malcolm Allen and was Broncos 25 Dolphins 7 October 17.
on the receiving end of a TD pass from Westfield started on offense and after Venezia capped off his day with a 45-
The Broncos running attack proved yard touchdown run off tackle. Westfield
his brother Mark for the Packers. Mark too much for the Dolphins with Zach losses of two and three yards, halfback
Boyd also contributed two more TDs on Mike Venezia broke off a 34 yard gain on then completed their first extra point
Helfand leading all scorers with two when Boyd rolled right and hit Ferro with
a short run and a pass from Joe Penczak. touchdowns. Sean Mack and Craig Dyer a beautiful sweep right. Unfortunately,
Colin Mackay added the conversion the Indians defense stiffened and forced a pass.
also ran for touchdowns. QB Jimmy Venezia rushed for 153 yards. Santo
points. Boyles accurate passes set up the Bron- Westfield to turn the ball over on downs.
Defensively, Michael Janeway had an The defense led by Scott Dyer, Mat- Nardi and Stanton Sturgis each had five
cos with excellent field position through- tackles. Head Coach Pat Ferro credited
interception for the Pack. The Cowboys out the game. thew Ince and Woody Handza coupled
retaliated with three touchdowns of their with brilliant tackles by Santo Nardi and the victory to preparation and execution.
The stellar Bronco defense lead by Coach Ferro said, that is the kind of
own on long passes from Anthony Arnold Evan Dobra and Wil Gretsky kept the Stanton Sturgis put tremendous pressure
to Jack Meagher and from Troy Johnson on the Millburn offense. This pressure performance that results from great prac-
Dolphins in check, allowing only one tice.
to Zach Deegan. Meagher added another score. The Dolphins scored on a run by paid dividends when Eric Scrudato inter-
short TD run. Zach Harris and Danny Paul Rizkalla, Jr. with the extra point FINDING AN OPEN HOLE
Little Devil D team halfback Mark Anderson, cepted a Millburn pass.
Nuber played outstanding defense for
added by Brett Johnson. The Dolphins
special shorts defense was led by Drew
No. 25, gets help from Todd Saunders, No. 50, and Jimmy Ponce, No. 70, and
scoots for a big gain as the Westfield PAL D team defeated Millburn, 12-0.
The Blue Devil offense anchored by
Luke Ricci, J. T. Sheehan, Sam Crawford, Torpedoes Blast
49ers 29, Giants 18 and Patrick Bergin along with Patrick Zack Deegan and Anthony Arnold quickly
The offensive comeback late in the
game was not enough for the Giants.
Scott Dyer threw touchdown passes to
Thomson and Michael Swan.
Chiefs 18, Jets 6
Westfield PAL D Runs made Millburn pay. Venezia, on a fero-
cious block by Sean Ferro, raced around
right end for a 63-yard touchdown.
The Westfield Torpedoes soccer team
beat previously undefeated Colonia, 4-0,
Matthew Pogue led the Chiefs with
Down Millburn, 12-0
Brian Checchio, Marc Dowling and Sean The defense worked hard to protect on October 17.
two touchdowns while Patrick Clancy the lead. Saving tackles by Kevin Ander-
Sullivan while Sullivan connected with added another five-yard TD run. The The first Torpedo score came early in
Checchio for the 49ers. The defensive son, Eddie Kane, Richard Delaney, Kyle the first quarter. Danny Sullivan, under
outstanding Chiefs defense led by Patrick Gillyard and Ryan Torcicollo coupled
attack led by Danny and Mark Melillo Perellis two interceptions along with PAL D added another win by defeat- Anderson cutback for a gain of seven. pressure, passed to James Hughes, who
along with an interception by Wil Uhr with hard work from Zach Binko and trapped the ball and scored in the corner
big plays by Chris Castelo, Kevin Clancy, ing Millburn, 12-0. Defensive players Thanks to great blocking by tight end Arnrend Santiago fought off the talented
contained the Giants offense. Eric Moran and Kevin Hearon held the Joe Vall-Llobera, Christian Thomsen, Michael Janeway and offensive linemen of the net. The second score soon fol-
Giants QB Joey Simone threw for two Millburn offense. lowed when Matthew Printz passed to
Jets to just one score. Michael Phillips and Logan Streit made Joe Kania and Joshua Friedman, full-
touchdowns on long bombs to John Dugan The Jets lone touchdown was a pass it clear they were forces to be reckoned back Gil Chapman was able to scoot for Sullivan, who nailed the goal.
and Jimmy Arbes who also scored on a
broken pass play. The strong defensive
from Colin Barner to Bradley Wu. The
solid Jet defense led by Steven Anzelone,
with, allowing the Indians only three
plays during their first possession.
a 50-yard touchdown run. The extra point
attempt was unsuccessful.
SPF Strikers Tie In the second quarter, wings Alex
Debbie and Derek Wanfried worked the
efforts of the Giants led by Danny Kehler,
Eddie Kane and Matt Ciarrocca includ-
Luke Nobile and Bobby Ciarrocca kept
the Chiefs offense limited late in the
Devil halfback Michael Henry left
everyone in the dust as he blasted for a
Later, cornerback Brian Checchio
made a spectacular tackle to stop a long
Readington, 1-1 Colonia defense with numerous shots on
goal. Jacob Fox took a pass from Chris
ing an interception by J. T. Sheehan game thwarting several scoring attempts. 60-yard touchdown. The extra point run and defensive powerhouses Chris- The SPF U10 Strikers played to a 1-1 Jacob then centered the ball in front of
failed. tian Thomsen and John Dugan made sure tie against the Readington Blizzard on the goal where Andrew Wenta was wait-
During the Indians possession, speedy they got no further. October 17. ing to tap it in for a 3-0 lead. The final
linebacker Mike McCrea shot out of Fullback Will Uhr took over with a In the first quarter, two consecutive score came in the third quarter. Fox, on a
nowhere to stop a long run. Next line- skillful 25-yard run. Westfields pass attempts at goal by John Guiffre and perfect pass from Jason Lipschultz, lofted
backer Sean Mack had a six-yard sack. attempt was intercepted but the runner Mike DeVizio sailed just over the cross- the ball from 30 yards out, over the
Next linebacker Charlie Read and end was stopped by offensive lineman Tho- bar. Defenders James Dinizo and Eddie goalies outstretched arms, and into the
John Dugan joined forces on a quarter- mas Sheridan. Millburn made one last Kahn thwarted several Blizzard attempts, net.
back sack. attempt but were stopped by safety David keeping the first quarter scoreless. The quick acting defensive team of
During Westfields possession, Quar- Babetski. Westfields next game is Sun- In period two, the Strikers put on the Michael Lessner, Chris Sheehan and
terback A. J. Rimondi bootlegged for a day, October 24, at 10:30 a.m. at Scotch pressure with Brian Hessemer, Kyle Chris Jacob kept the Colonia team from
gain of nine yards. Two plays later, Mark Plains. Mihansky, Tommy Hercel and Kahn seriously challenging the Westfield goal-
charging through the Blizzard defense. tenders.
Hercel scored the shot to make it 1-0.
Westfield Boosters Contribute Although Readington tried desperately
to score, keeper Jordan Neuhauser
UNION COUNTY BOARD
blocked every attempt.
Sports Materials to Team
OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS
Second half action saw the Blizzard NOTICE OF CONTRACT AWARD
offense tie the game. The Strikers came Date Adopted: October 14, 1999
back with Adam Brous, Timmy Public Notice is hereby given that the
Leischner, and Hessemer driving through Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders
WESTFIELD The Westfield Westfield High School Athletic has awarded a contract without competitive
School Boosters Association has Director Ed Tranchina indicated that Blizzard territory intent on scoring.
bidding as a professional service or extraor-
made a $2,100 contribution to help without this donation, we were faced Readington put up a fight and second- dinary, unspecifiable service pursuant to
half keeper Jarek Cohen made several
purchase helmets and pads for play- with the possibility of not being able key saves. In the final minutes, Rob
N.J.S.A. 40A:11-5(1)(a). This contract and
the resolution authorizing it is available for
ers on the eighth-grade football team. to safely equip our eighth grade team. Cunningham consistently fed the ball but public inspection in the Office of the Clerk of
The Westfield Tennis Association (WTA) Ladies More than 120 students tried out After hearing about the problem, the Strikers just missed as time ran out. the Board.
Doubles Ladder ended the 1999 season with 20 teams participating in the for the varsity, junior varsity, fresh- members of the Westfield Boosters RESOLUTION NO.:1462-99
playoffs. Pictured, left to right, are: Shelly Nichols/Carol Thompson and man and eighth-grade football teams organization unanimously voted to PUBLIC NOTICE AWARDED TO: Stephen Lobell, M.D.,
1358 Prospect Avenue, Plainfield, New Jer-
Rikke Thomsen/Wendy Hansen. These two teams played in the final this year, and this record turnout donate money so that every eighth- UNION COUNTY BOARD sey.
playoff match for the number one position. The match was very competi- exceeded the available uniforms. As grade team member would have an OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS SERVICES: To provide opthalmological
tive and well played. Team Thomsen/Hansen defeated Nichols/Thomp- a result, the eighth grade team was opportunity to play. NOTICE OF CONTRACT AWARD services for the patients/residents of
son, 8-6. under-equipped. One third of the money given by Date Adopted: October 14, 1999 Runnells Specialized Hospital.
Public Notice is hereby given that the COST: This is a fee for service agree-
the Westfield School Boosters Asso- Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders ment.
Bomber Boys Bomb ciation for purchase of the eighth-
grade football equipment was col-
has awarded a contract without competitive
bidding as a professional service or extraor-
PERIOD: From December 1, 1999 through
November 30, 2000.
SPF Sideliners, 4-0 lected by a group of Westfield High
School alumni from proceeds of the
dinary, unspecifiable service pursuant to
N.J.S.A. 40A:11-5(1)(a). This contract and
M. Elizabeth Genievich
Clerk of the Board
the resolution authorizing it is available for 1 T 10/21/99, The Leader Fee: $23.97
The Sideliners of the Scotch Plains- Blue Devil Open golf tournament public inspection in the Office of the Clerk of
Fanwood Intercity U9 division held at the Plainfield Country Club. the Board. PUBLIC NOTICE
dropped a game to the Bridgewater The alumni group specifically re- RESOLUTION NO.: 1472-99
(Amending Resolution No. 1115-98) SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY
Bombers 4-0 for the second time this quested that the Boosters use its do- AWARDED TO: Correctional Health Ser- CHANCERY DIVISION
season on October 17. The Sideliners nation to support the Westfield foot- vices, 25 Pomptom Avenue, Verona, New UNION COUNTY DOCKET NO.
played hard and never quit but just ball program. Jersey. F-2498-99
could not penetrate the smothering The remainder of the $2,100 con- SERVICES: For medical services at the
NOTICE TO ABSENT DEFENDANTS
Union County Jail.
Bomber defense. tribution came from money collected COST: In the amount of $3,564,220, and STATE OF NEW JERSEY TO:
Despite the score, the Sideliner by the Boosters as a result of its year- increase of $172,000, to include per diem LESTER JACKSON AND MILDRED
goaltending was excellent. Brendan round fundraising activities. charges for inmate population over 1,375. JACKSON, HIS WIFE; GRAMATAN
The Westfield Boosters are volun- PERIOD: From October 1, 1998 to De- COMPANY LTD.; GWENDOLYN
McEvoy, Josef Ellis and Andrew cember 31, 1999. JACKSON
Smith all combined to turn in a solid teers who devote their time and ef- M. Elizabeth Genievich
performance in the net. Collectively, forts to provide assistance and recog- Clerk of the Board YOU ARE HEREBY summoned and re-
quired to serve upon ALLOCCA &
they faced 24 shots. nition to all of the sports programs 1 T 10/21/99, The Leader Fee: $24.48
PELLEGRINO, P.C., Attorneys for Plaintiff,
Greg Bencivengo, Michael and athletes of Westfield High School. whose address is 4 Century Drive,
Scannell and Danny Gore had a good For more information about the PUBLIC NOTICE Parsippany, New Jersey 07054, an Answer
game for the Sideliners on the defen- organization and its sponsored ac- to the Complaint and Amendments to Com-
NOTICE TO ABSENT DEFENDANTS plaint (if any) filed in a Civil Action in which
sive end. Lester Nare, Steve Young tivities, please contact the Boosters FUNB Fla./Cust. D.H. Assoc. is plaintiff and
and Tom Holt hustled all game long at P.O. Box 594 Westfield, 07091- (L.S.) STATE OF NEW JERSEY TO:
Lester Jackson and Mildred Jackson, his
RUTH E. HART, JEFFREY HUSSY AND
from their forward positions as they HELPFUL DONATION
Westfield High School Athletic Director Ed 0594 or visit http://westfieldnj.com/ CHRISTOPHER HUSSY
wife, et als. are defendants, pending in the
constantly fought to keep the pres- Tranchina, right, accepts a contribution from Westfield Boosters Projects boosters. Superior Court of New Jersey, within 35
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED AND days after October 21, 1999, exclusive of
sure on the Bombers. Joseph Del Committee chairman Stan Ciemniecki to help purchase helmets and pads for the REQUIRED to serve upon BIVONA, such date.
Prete, Angelo Cerimele and Patrick eighth-grade football team. PUBLIC NOTICE COHEN, KUNZMAN, COLEY, YOSPIN, If you fail to do so, Judgment by Default
Clancy all did a good job as they BERNSTEIN & DiFRANCESCO, Plaintiffs may be rendered against you for the relief
shared time between forward and Sports Editors Special Notice: NOTICE OF AWARD OF CONTRACT
FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES BY
attorneys, whose address is 15 Mountain
Boulevard, Warren, New Jersey 07059-
demanded in the Complaint.
You shall file your Answer and Proof of
halfback. THE BOROUGH OF FANWOOD
Due to our special election issues early deadline, all weekend RESOLUTION 99-10-147
5686, telephone number (908) 757-7800,
an Answer to the Foreclosure Complaint
Service in duplicate with the Clerk of the
Superior Court, Hughes Justice Complex,
CONTRACTOR: River Hills Consulting,
sports must be sent, preferably by e-mail, by early afternoon on Holland, Michigan.
filed in a civil action, in which THE DIME
SAVINGS BANK OF NEW YORK, FSB is
CN-971, Trenton, New Jersey 08625, in
accordance with the Rules of Civil Practice
Sunday, October 24. The sports section must go to the printers NATURE OF SERVICE: Planning and Plaintiff and MARK S. PEPE, INDIVIDU- and Procedure.
News: by early Monday morning. No more than 250 words!
Facilitator services/Long Range Strategic
Plan/Phase I and II.
ALLY AND AS EXECUTOR OF THE ES-
TATE OF THEODORE W. HART, JR., et
You are further advised that if you are
unable to obtain an attorney you may com-
DURATION: For a period ending no later als are Defendants, pending in the Superior municate with the Lawyer Referral Service
Thank You! PUBLIC NOTICE than September 1, 2000. Court of New Jersey, Chancery Division, of the county of venue and that if you cannot
AMOUNT: Not to Exceed $8,500.00. Hunterdon County, and bearing Docket No. afford an attorney, you may communicate
WESTFIELD Navy Seaman UNION COUNTY BOARD A copy of the Resolution and Contract F-9380-99 within thirty-five (35) days after with the Legal Services Office of the county
PUBLIC NOTICE relating to the services are on file and avail-
Apprentice Philip N. Lawton, son of OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS
able for public inspection in the office of the
OCTOBER 21, 1999, exclusive of such of venue.
NOTICE OF CONTRACT AWARD date, which date is the date of publication in The names and telephone numbers of
Dena L. and Philip N. Lawton, Jr., of UNION COUNTY BOARD
Date Adopted: October 14, 1999 Borough Clerk. The Times, the official paper of the County such agencies are as follows:
Westfield, has completed U.S. Navy OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS
Public Notice is hereby given that the 1 T 10/21/99, The Times Fee: $15.81 of Union, exclusive of such date. Lawyer Referral Service: 908-353-4715
NOTICE OF CONTRACT AWARD
basic training at Recruit training Date Adopted: October 14, 1999
Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders If you fail to do so, Judgment by default Legal Service: 908-354-4340
Command in Great Lakes, Ill. Public Notice is hereby given that the
has awarded a contract without competitive PUBLIC NOTICE may be rendered against you for the relief THE ACTION has been instituted for the
bidding as a professional service or extraor- demanded in the Foreclosure Complaint. purpose of foreclosing the following tax sale
* * * * * Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders
dinary, unspecifiable service pursuant to SHERIFFS SALE You shall promptly file your Answer and certificate(s):
has awarded a contract without competitive
WESTFIELD Jenna M. bidding as a professional service or extraor-
N.J.S.A. 40A:11-5(1)(a). This contract and SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY, Proof of Service thereof in duplicate with the 1. A certain tax certificate 94-126, re-
Cerefice, daughter of Leonard and the resolution authorizing it is available for CHANCERY DIVISION, UNION COUNTY, Clerk of the Superior Court of New Jersey, corded on August 25, 1994, made by
dinary, unspecifiable service pursuant to
public inspection in the Office of the Clerk of DOCKET NO. F-17604-97. at the Foreclosure Unit, Hughes Justice Sally Ann Di Rini, C.T.C., Collector of
Mildred Cerefice of Westfield, was N.J.S.A. 40A:11-5(1)(a). This contract and
the Board. GMAC MORTGAGE CORPORATION, Complex, CN 971, Trenton, New Jersey Taxes of City of Plainfield, and State
awarded second honors on the Marist the resolution authorizing it is available for
RESOLUTION NO.: 1464-99 PLAINTIFF vs. PASSADE JEAN, ET ALS, 08625, in accordance with the rules of civil of New Jersey to City of Plainfield and
public inspection in the Office of the Clerk of
College deans list for the spring the Board.
(Amending Resolution No. 1447-98) DEFENDANT. practice and procedure. subsequently assigned to plaintiff,
1999 semester. AWARDED TO: Joselito Domingo, M.D., CIVIL ACTION, WRIT OF EXECUTION, This action has been instituted for the FUNB Fla./Cust. D.H. Assoc. This
RESOLUTION NO.: 1466-99
108 Alden Street, Cranford, New Jersey. DATED NOVEMBER 17, 1998 FOR SALE purpose of foreclosing the Mortgage dated covers real estate located in the City
AWARDED TO: Partners Healthcare, 70
* * * * * Jackson Drive, Cranford, New Jersey.
SERVICES: To provide weekend cover- OF MORTGAGED PREMISES. June 3, 1967 made by Theodore W. Hart, of Plainfield, County of Union, and
WESTFIELD Robert T. Jessup SERVICES: To provide enteral nutrition
age in the Cornerstone Unit for the patients/ By virtue of the above-stated writ of execu- Jr., as mortgagor, to Starpointe Savings State of New Jersey, known as 304
residents of Runnells Specialized Hospital. tion to me directed I shall expose for sale by Bank, predecessor in interest to The Dime Lyman Place, Block No. 141, Lot No.
of Westfield was named to the and urological/ostomy services and sup-
COST: This is an open-ended contract, public vendue, on the 6th Floor of the Union Savings Bank of New York, FSB, recorded 2, as shown on the Tax Assessment
presidents list for the spring 1999 plies to the residents/patients at Runnells
the total contract amount for all Associate County Court House (Tower) 2 Broad Street, on June 10, 1987, in the Offices of the Clerk Map and Tax Map duplicate of City of
semester at Plymouth State College COST: In an amount of $19,200.
Attending Psychiatrists remains the same, Elizabeth, New Jersey on WEDNESDAY of Hunterdon County, in Book 812 of Mort- Plainfield.
in Plymouth, N.H., where he is a PERIOD: From November 1, 1999 through
$23,400. THE 17TH DAY OF NOVEMBER A.D., gages for said County, page 279, and to also YOU, Lester Jackson, are made a defen-
M. Elizabeth Genievich 1999 at two oclock in the afternoon of said foreclose a Mortgage dated June 3, 1987, dant because you are the owner of a prop-
musical theatre major. October 31, 2000.
Clerk of the Board day. All successful bidders must have 20% made by James E. Kriney, Jr. and Theodore erty which is the subject of the above entitled
M. Elizabeth Genievich
1 T 10/21/99, The Leader Fee: $23.97 of their bid available in cash or certified W. Hart, Jr., as mortgagors, to Starpointe action.
Clerk of the Board
PUBLIC NOTICE check at the conclusion of the sales. Savings Bank, predecessor in interest to YOU, Mildred Jackson, are made a defen-
1 T 10/21/99, The Leader Fee: $22.95
PUBLIC NOTICE The judgment amount is $229,322.38. The Dime Savings Bank of New York, FSB, dant because you are the owner of a prop-
UNION COUNTY BOARD DOCKET NO. F-17604-97. which Mortgage was recorded on June 12, erty which is the subject of the above entitled
OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS PUBLIC NOTICE UNION COUNTY BOARD MUNICIPALITY: Elizabeth. 1987 in the Offices of the Register of Union action.
NOTICE OF CONTRACT AWARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS COUNTY: Union STATE OF NEW JER- County, in Book 3763 of Mortgages for said You, Gwendolyn Jackson are made a
Date Adopted: October 14, 1999 UNION COUNTY BOARD NOTICE OF CONTRACT AWARD SEY. county, page 341; and to recover posses- defendant in the above entitled action be-
Public Notice is hereby given that the OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS Date Adopted: October 14, 1999 STREET AND STREET NO.: 73 Parker sion of, and concerning premises commonly cause on September 1, 1992, Gwendolyn
Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders NOTICE OF CONTRACT AWARD Public Notice is hereby given that the Road. known as 2060 Route 31, Block No. 8, Lot Jackson entered a Child Support Judgment
has awarded a contract without competitive Date Adopted: October 14, 1999 Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders TAX BLOCK AND LOT: BLOCK 1165, No. 11 on the tax maps of the Borough of against Lester Jackson for a debt of
bidding as a professional service or extraor- Public Notice is hereby given that the has awarded a contract without competitive LOT 11. Glen Gardner, Hunterdon County, New Jer- $10,563.80, Docket No. J-256185-91, Case
dinary, unspecifiable service pursuant to Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders bidding as a professional service or extraor- DIMENSIONS OF LOT: 40.00 feet x sey and 1520 East Second Street, Block No. No. CS80520888A in the Superior Court of
N.J.S.A. 40A:11-5(1)(a). This contract and has awarded a contract without competitive dinary, unspecifiable service pursuant to 205.12 feet. 301, Lot No. 2, on the tax maps of the New Jersey. This constitutes a subordinate
the resolution authorizing it is available for bidding as a professional service or extraor- N.J.S.A. 40A:11-5(1)(a). This contract and NEAREST CROSS STREET: 385.10 feet Township of Scotch Plains, Union County, lien on the subject property.
public inspection in the Office of the Clerk of dinary, unspecifiable service pursuant to the resolution authorizing it is available for from Westminster Avenue. New Jersey. YOU, Gramatan Company Ltd., are made
the Board. N.J.S.A. 40A:11-5(1)(a). This contract and public inspection in the Office of the Clerk of There is due approximately the sum of If you are unable to obtain an attorney, you a defendant in the above entitled action
RESOLUTION NO.: 1465-99 the resolution authorizing it is available for the Board. $236,030.88 together with lawful interest may contact the Lawyer Referral Service of because on September 9, 1968, The
(Amending Resolution No. 1375-98) public inspection in the Office of the Clerk of RESOLUTION NO.: 1461-99 and costs. Hunterdon County by calling (908) 735- Gramatan Company, Ltd. recorded a Mort-
AWARDED TO: NeighborCare, 121 the Board. AWARDED TO: Pankaja Nagananda, There is a full legal description on file in 2611. If you cannot afford an attorney, you gage against Lester Jackson and Mildred
Algonquin Parkway, Whippany, New Jer- RESOLUTION NO.: 1470-99 M.D., 224 East Jersey Street, Elizabeth, the Union County Sheriffs Office. may communicate with the Legal Services Jackson, husband and wife for a debt of
sey. AWARDED TO: Nicholas J. Netta, Archi- New Jersey. The Sheriff reserves the right to adjourn Office of the County of Hunterdon by calling $1,282.20, recorded in Book 2817, Page
SERVICES: To provide pharmaceutical tects and Associates, 823 South Springfield SERVICES: To provide professional this sale. (908) 782-7979. 837, in the Union County Clerks/Registers
services to Runnells Specialized Hospital. Avenue, Springfield, New Jersey. medical services for the patients/residents RALPH FROEHLICH DONALD F. PHELAN Office. This constitutes a subordinate lien
COST: For an additional amount of SERVICES: For toilet room upgrades to of Runnells Specialized Hospital. SHERIFF CLERK OF THE SUPERIOR COURT on the subject property.
$63,000, for a new contract amount of the Union County Administration Building COST: This is a fee for service agree- WILLIAM M. E. POWERS, JR., Attorney OF NEW JERSEY DONALD F. PHELAN
$563,000. for the County of Union. ment. 737 Stokes Road BIVONA, COHEN, KUNZMAN, COLEY, CLERK OF THE SUPERIOR COURT
PERIOD: January 1, 1999 through De- COST: In an amount not to exceed PERIOD: From December 1, 1999 through P.O. Box 1088 YOSPIN, BERNSTEIN & OF NEW JERSEY
cember 31, 1999. $24,000. November 30, 2000. Medford, New Jersey 08055-9962 DiFRANCESCO, Attorneys ALLOCCA & PELLEGRINO
M. Elizabeth Genievich M. Elizabeth Genievich M. Elizabeth Genievich CH-754217 (WL) 15 Mountain Boulevard 4 Century Drive
Clerk of the Board Clerk of the Board Clerk of the Board 4 T - 10/21, 10/28 Warren, New Jersey 07059 Parsippany, New Jersey 07054
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