A-12 CBLANFORD C!HRdNICLEThursday, October 3,1991 Thursday October 3, 1991 CRANFORD CHRONICLE B-l
Patricia Morris wins award for school district brochure
SPECTRUMj Patricia Morrisrpresldent of Pa- "Whije annual reports are com-
tricia Morris Associates Inc. of monplace in the corporate world,"
Cranford, was honored recently Morris said, "they are somewhat
with a Grand Award in the Apex unusual in the educational setting,
tion excellence The award, in the know clearly and succinctly just
annual report category, was for the how well their schools are doing.
"Springfield School Report Card," For this reason, we take as much
produced for the Springfield care developing and producing an-
school district .
nual reports for school districts as
Apex "91 is an annual competi- we do for our clients in the corpo-
tfon sponsored by the publishers rate sector."
Shabazz sets tone swiftly, hands Cranford loss
By KIP KUDUK game because we didn't do that
of "Communications Concepts," a Patricia Morris Associates Inc., a That fact is, Cranford perpetu- other Wing-T formation clubs do, when Crowder's final pass of the when you learn a lot about your-
newsletter for publication manag- 7-year-old firm, specializes in the Chronicle Correspondent ally seemed a step behind the day found Spencer, who was self." last year. If we can get one under
Shabazz mixed the run and pass our belt I think something can
ers and staff, and "Writing Con- development, creation, design and In chosing words to describe fleet-of-foot Bulldogs, who are effectively^ keeping, the Cougars l streaking down the left sideline
cepts," a newsletter for profes- production of print publications Cranford High's performance highly regarded among Essex running a fly. pattern. The 39 yard "Our goal this year is to win one happen," Brown said. .
defeftse-guessing moist of the time.
sional nonfiction writers and edi- including newsletters, brochures against Malcolm X. fihabazz High County teams while Cranford is The end result was 124yards in hookup put the final nail in the
tors. The Apex '91 awards were and annual reports for business in the Cougars 1991 football open- trying to overcome a year and a total offense at the conclusion of coffin. •BOX-SGORE-
based on excellence in graphic de- and non-profit organizations. In er, a few appropriate expressions half losing streak the first 12 minutes for the home Cranford p 0 - 0 Passing 54 172
sign, editorial content and the suc- addition to this award, Morris also come quickly to mind. On offense, the Cougars were standing Bulldogs. By halftime, "We're disappointed with the Shabazz 12 . 7 - . • 33 Comp-AtWnt 5-13-0 9-12-0
cess of the entry '*— in the opinion recently received the Teal Heart While outpowered, outmatched unable to handle Shabazz's big, Shabazz piled up 184 yards and loss," said Cranford senior Wayne Sacks-yards lost 1-6 3-33
Bender, who led all Cougar run- First Quarter Pcnaltlos-yards 4-35 7-50
of the judges — in achieving over- Award for outstanding service to and overwhelmed are all accurate strong line or their speedy sec- held a commanding 19-0 lead. S-Cfemons 1 run (kick failed). Fumbles-lost 5-1 1-0
terms, Cranford' coach Nick ondary and linebacking corps De- Afte,r the intennission, matters ners with 34 yards. "But, they're a
all communications of ef-' the New Jersey Association of Brown saw the handwriting on fensively, Cranford couldn't con- good team."Defensively, our sec- S-Scott ?0 pass from Crowder (run failed).
fectiveness and excellence Woman Business Owners. In the worsened for Cranford as a Second Quarter INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
Pat Morris, president, of Patricia Morris Associates/ and Rob the wall even before the opening tain Shabazz's big guns — quarter- blocked punt marked the end of ondary must come together and S-Felton 6 run (Ahmad kick). Rushing - Cranford: Bender 12-34.
Grand Awards were given for past five years, publications pro- Yeager, president of Union '-County-Printing and Mailing, re- coin toss was decided. . ^ back, Aaron Crowder, halfback the Cougars first possession in the our offense has to open up the . Third Quarter Walker.9-29, D. Thomas 4-8. Shabazz:
outstanding Work in 10 major cat- duced by her firm for several- Felton 6-60, Johnson 6-45, demons 4-29.
ceived the Grand Award In the APEX '91 contest for publica- "Their players ran faster back- Dynel Felton and split end Spen- second half. Four plays later, running game and passing game." S-Felton 15 pass from Crowdor (Ahrriad
Butler 3-15, Cooper 1-7, Crowder 2- minus
egories. Of nearly 2,000 entries, school districts have won 18 wards then \ve ran forward," said cer.- Shabazz negotiated the final 15
kick).. . . : . . • • • ; • •
1, Ahmad 2- minus 5.
only 27 received Grand Awards Awards of Ex cellence and 17 tion excellence. Their winning entry was for the Springfield "We were horrible. We just went Fourth Quarter
Brown, who noticed this phenom-^ _..„„., ., _ „_
..specifically, Cranford had yards on a bit of good luck, S-Spencer 39 pass from Crowder (Ahmad Passing — Ci'anford: D. Thomas
with just two winning in the an- Awards of Merit from the N. J. School Report Card. - . . into the tank," confessed Brown, (,___5-13-54-0. Shabazz: Crowder 8-U-158-O,
enon in pre-game drills at Newf big WBuble stopping the Bulldogs Crowder's pass toward to right who will get his troops ready for
"^ Cooper 1-1-14-0.
nual report category. School Boards Association. ark's Untermahn Field on Satur- Option attack! sideline on first down hung in the Cranlord Shabarz Receiving - Cranford: Bender 3-38. C.
day morning. "We knew their speed was supe- Kearney in the Cougars home 12 Dorsett l-12",'Ongliato 1-4. Shabazz: Spen-
air too long and it appeared it opener Saturday afternoon. "We
First Downs . '.'.. 7
You don't have to be a nuclear rior and we wanted to force their Total yards •T19 ,2S9 cer 4-103, Cicmons 2-20, Scott 1-20, Fel-
could be picked off But after the
Pringle memorial lecture planned on Mideast peace physicist to know what this physi- hand irt our secondaiy," said
cal mismatch will translate into Brown. "But those kids were so
ball was tipped by a Cougar de-
fensive back, the ball fell right
felt a little letdown, but this is Rushes-yards 25-71 24-150 ton 1-15, Ahmad 1-14.
A memorial lecture honoring the late Mal- Sharer's primary academic studies have been Join Civic Committee to help seek capable once the ball is kicked off. And fast the only thing we could do into the arms of the Oncoming
colm Pringle will be given by a Middle Eastern in the area of ancient Near East history, reli- school board members, chaired the Youth Ser- when it was, a 38 yard return by was back up the cornerbacks, or Felton, who raced home the re-
scholar and New York radio host. Dr. Byron E. gion and literature. He has taught on the sub- vice Committee, became a member of the the Bulldogs' Rodney Spencer set else their receivers would've maining five yards for the score.
Shafer, on Friday, Oct 25. ject of comparative religions, Judaica, and the Cranford Recreation Committee, and was a di- the tonefor the rest of the contest blown right by us When we did The fourth quarter was equally
Old and New Testaments, and has travelled rector of the United Way. He became a direc- h
Five plays later James demons that the option was wide open on urieventiul for Brown's club.
Shafer will speak on "Peace in the Middle burst in from a y yard out. for the the outside," Shabazz held the ball for all but
East Is It Really Possible?" at Union County extensively in the Near East He has held tor of the Chamber of Commerce in 1966.
many positions in faculty and administrative Pringle was elected twice to the Township first of Shabazz's five touchdowns Instead of continuing to run the 3:58 of the final stanza and it
College The presentation is open to the public. option indefinitely, like so many scored the game's final points
The event is titled "The Malcolm Pringle Me- work at Fordham University, and has adminis- Committee, serving from 1966 to 1971, his final in the Bulldogs 33-0 triumph.
morial Lecture" in honor of the former Cran- tered numerous grants in Middle'East Studies. two years as mayor. He was one of the
ford mayor and business leader who had given He is an ordained Presbyterian minister and founders of the Cranford Housing Board which
DR. AND MRS. TUSA
much in community service before his death in
1990. His creed had been to give back to the
community to-the best of his ability.
Shafer is the host of a Sunday morning pro-
has been very involved in activities of the
The lecture is open to all without charge. It
is being arranged and sponsored by the First
he served as a director until he died, and was
one of those responsible for creating the senior
citizen housing known as the Gill Apartments.
He was also a director of Cranford Family
gram on "Talk Radio" WABC from 6 to 9 am. Presbyterian Church in Crahfordi Care Assa and was active with the -Rotary. Club
Maria Anne DiFaibio is bride The program is titled "Religion on the Line"
and is a panel format, responding to listeners'
Pringle served Cranford in many capacities,
He was a founding partner in Tecknit, one of
and the Boy Scouts of Troop 80. He also served
on the school board from 1986 to 1989. He was
Brearley soccer star lifts Bears to 5-0 start
phone calls. The panel provides stimulating the first occupants of the Cranford Business a lay leader in the First Presbyterian Church, By BRIAN FLORCZAK three goals for the visitors Tues- was as tough as nails and Matt
of Dr. Joseph Eugene Tusa viewpoints for listener reflection, on a variety
of current social and religious concerns.
Park, and expanded it into anjsdnternational
company. He entered public life in 1962 on the
serving as trustee, elder, Sunday School super-
intendent and teacher, and youth adviser.
David Brearley Regional High
day, giving him eight tallies on the
still went out there and scored
three goals. Matt most certainly
Maria Anne DiFabib, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Facificb Genharo School was seconds away from its "Matt is one of the best players will be double covered throughout
DiFabio of Cranford, was married May 19 to Dr. Joseph Eugene Tusa, first soccer loss of the season in the state, so I'm not surprised the year, but we have young kids
son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas Tusa of New Orleans, La. Tuesday afternoon. But then the he's doing this well," Czaya com- who will level that out a little bit
The Nuptial Mass was held at the Church of St Anne, Garwood, with
Father Robert Quigley officiating. A reception followed at The Chanti-
UCC vice president Kreisman is returning to teaching Bears (5-0) turned to Matt O'D-
mented. "He had 23 goals, as a I would have hoped we would be
freshman, 17 last year and he 4-0 going into this match and this
was our first real, real test"
cicr, Short Hills. A request by Leonard Kreisman and downs, I have enjoyed my years for the New York State De- faculty ranks to the level of pro- One of the top players in the
The bride was given in marriage by her father. Gina DiFabio, the of Westfield, vice president for ac- work at Union County College and partment of Education, creating fessor and has contributed exten- The Bears also bounced Bound
state, O'Donnell scored with just Brook 4-0. last Thursday. O'Do-
bride's sister, served as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Eileen ademic affairs at Union County I wish you eveiy success in the in-service teacher training pro- sively to the college's development 11 seconds remaining against Complete high school
College, to return to the classroom years ahead," Kreisman said in a grams statewide, including com- Among his efforts are service for nnell scored two more goals as
DiFabio, Annemarie Tusa Walker, Angela Durbin, Michelle DiFabio Johnson Regional of Clark, iseiid- roundups, page B-2 Brearley outshot the homestand-
and Haydee Coppola. Flower girls were Kristin Walker and Lauren as a history professor has been ap- letter to Brown. "If I can be of any puter-aided instruction through the past 11 yeas as chairman of ing the contest into an overtime
service, feel free to call on me," IBM. He instituted the "College the biology department, vice presi- ing Crusaders 33-2. Brearley also
Walker. proved by the college board of period. routed Oratory Prep, 4-0, Satur-
Frank Tusa, the groom's father, was best man. Serving as groomsmen trustees. Kreisman, a native New Yorker, Discovery" program at City Uni- dent of the faculty executive com- Deadlocked at 3-3, Brearley
served in the Army during World versity of New York to reach out mittee, and articulation.coordinaT,. missed nine games. He's right up ,'day. ; .... \ . / ^ Staff photo by Diane Matflerd
were Bruce Walker, John DiFabio, Frank McCloy, Anthony Coppola and Kreisman, whose resignation as aj$tfhV ldttked' td; O'Donnell in the • thsre'\vith[thOp of;tJiem.' ; ' ; '"$e. have.', a . big' game^ag^sfrt John Ogonowskl, Loree Jon's father, racks'em up at Loree Jon's in Hlllsborough.
Nick Festa. Jerry DiFabio and Anthony Festa were ushers. vice president is effective Jan. 21, War II and saw action in Germany, .. to the disadyantaged to pursue tor, through which he has assisted •'. e^itra period and the sharpshobter | i "B^' nQ; ^means HatelweJr
is on leave for professional devel- Betgium arid'France.' He'received' community college education, and Kreisman hv,, arranging direct responded as' his tally 40 seconds"•' New.. Providence Thursday,,;an<l'
The bride is a graduate of David Brearley R.H.S., Kenilworth, and u p ^ ^ ^ ; ^ . | ; ^ y } ; : • then•> play Metuchen, Friday,'iyi,th
opment effective Oct. L a DachelorV degree magna cum taught at the^College Of Staten-Is- transfer agreements between UCC into' overtime gave the Bears' an"
Kean College, Union, where she received a bachelor's degree in man-
agement science and marketing. She is employed by Cranford Health
and Extended Care Center. The groom is a graduate of Tuiane Uni-
versity, College of Arts and Sciences and Tuiane University' School of
!W5TTrew-0fTe1ni5. He is Seni6r physician for E5OK>n at the Bayway
UCC president Thomas Brown
announced the appointment of
Prof. William Dunscombe of Plain-
field, chairman of the-biology de-
laude from New York University
and a master's degree from Har-
vard University. He worked as a"
hi i t
land before assuming his position;, and numerous four-year institu-
While at UCC, he was instru-
tions throughout the nation,
Dunscombe has served as golf
nnH itrstPfrnr' ** rppntnl in pstflhlishing fhp Tnfptv Wwrh and Ir-rl ipam mpmhors: to
exciting 4-3 triumph.
"Somewhere upstairs there
seemed like there was a big guy
looking down" on us,"'said SreaiF
We're just getting a feel for each one of the premier Group I pro-
other and we're just looking to grams in the state,1" Czaya' com-
move the checkers around." mented. "This will test our cour-
Falling to 2-2 on the season "age and deleuninatiuu/ If we
Johnson ' Regional played the come through with blue ribbons
partyient, as acting vice president NYU before receiving a-doctorate prefers for jhe Deaf, which offers state and regional championships. ley head coach.Al Czaya. "The Bears tough throughout the game
Refinery and Chemical Plant, Linden.
After a honeymoon cruise to the Bahamas, the couple resides in
Garwood. • ' ~
for academic affairs, effective Oct there. "
He began his career in the per-
associate degrees and certificates
to graduates upon completion of a
He has instructed- courses in the
liberal arts/honors program, the
game-winning goal today was a
scholarship winner and it was a
Tuesday. Their plans to shutdown this weekpeaks next Monday.about
O'Donnell, however, fell through. reaching
I'll be able to talk
New billiards parlors hope
sonner division of the Geological program' widely recognized college awareness pre-college pro-
to make pool a family affair
1 . •. • • • . • " " • • • • " . • ' . '
Kreisman, who has bfiien vice spectacular goal. He beat two de- Knifing through Johnson' de- "We look at every match like the
Survey, a division of the U.S. De- throughout New Jersey, and he gram at Elizabeth High School, fenders and then beat the goalt- fense, O'Donnell refused to be state title is on the line. The kids
president since 1976, wilrjoin the partment of the Interior, and later was instrumental in the creation of and was instrumental in imple-i
ietting involved Economics/Government/History ender from about 18-yards out It stopped. * are happy but we have to go back
Department as senior professor
served as an educational adviser an honors option to the liberal arts menting "Writing Across the Cur- went right over the keepers "Today Johnson had a young guy to work tomorrow. We have By WILLIAM WESTHOVEN Along with his wife, the pop- •1
with tenure. .- • •
"Let me say that with all the ups
for the Army in Korea arid Oki-
nawa, helping American troops re-
assimilate educationally before re-
associate degree program.
Dunscombe, who joined the fac-
ulty in 1971 and was named biol-
riculum" in biology courses. He as
served as the college's evening di-
All totalled, O'Donnell scored
marking Matt man-for-irian all bumps and bruises from the John-
over the field," Czaya said. "He son match."
uiclt Name the three
ular Loree Jon (a three-time
world champion whose ex-
ploits are listed in the Guihess
turning home. Other positions in- ogy department chairman in 1980, Outside involvements include most popular partici- Book of World Records),
cluded work as a test developer is a graduate of Delaware Valley presenting a traveling slide/lecture pation sports in the Sammy Jones has joined the
Walkathon to aid for the Educational Testing Ser- College of Science and Architec- show on New Jersey trivia and United States. growing list of local merchants
7e it or not, right be-
—Union .HospitaLEoundation will
vice in Princeton, a visiting pro-
fessor at the State University of
New York at Pittsburgh, and a
ture with a bachelor's degree. He
holds a master's degree and is a
doctoral candidate at Rutgers Uni-
Pinelands history throughout the
state. He has served on a com-
mittee of evaluators for the Na-
Give it a ride hind bowling and basketball is
pocket billiards, a familiar
who have opened shiny new
billiards parlors in the past
sponsor its third annual "March Fulbright lecturer at the Uni- versity. He is a member of "Who's tional Science Teachers As- pastime but one with the Like most of the recent week, they showed Kelly (the
Against Drugs" walkathon Oct 6. versity of Dacca in what is now Who in American Colleges and sociation and has conducted cur- image of being practiced in openings, Loree Jon Billards daughter on the show) hustling
Foundation president James J. Bangladesh. Universities." riculum writing projects for the smoky gin joints and dimly-lit in Hillsborough (opened in pool, and ESPN has 16 or 18
Masterson of Cranford said the Kreisman then worked many He was promoted through the Pinelands Commission. pool halls where evil lurks be- April) was designed to appeal shows they'll be showing on
event will help raise funds for the hind every side pocket to both the old-timers and the Saturdays. Things like that
But since 1986, when Tom general public, with computer- help a lot"
lescent drug and alcohol program.
Wolf, criminal justice prof at UCC, to retire Cruise spun his cue stick like
a drum major in the hit movie
ized table tracking, carpets,
pro - shops and snack bars.
Another way the industry is
keeping the public on the
Walkers should enlist their own gree and a master of science de-
Dr. John Wolf of Morris Plains, corrections training. He added a The Color of Money, billiards They also claim to have the table is by forming leagues.
sponsors for a minimum of 50 gree from Seton Hall University, a
formerly of Elizabeth, will retire complete program on police man- has enjoyed a renaissance that only non-smoking parlor in the Anheuser-Busch, for example,
cents per kilometer for the 10 ki- master of arts degree from John
from the Union County College agers. has not only taken the United country. Loree Jon's family op- sponsors a series of tavern
lometer (6.2 mile) trek and/or Jay College of Criminal Justice of
faculty effective Oct 1. Other involvements include Dr. States by storm, but the rest of erates a long-established retail leagues that have about
sponsor themselves. The walka- City University of New York, and
Wolfs request to retire was ac- Wolfs appearances at various Con- the free world as well. And ac- store and parlor in Green 100,000 participants. But that
thon will begin at Union Hospital, Ph.D. from American University.
cepted by the Board of Trustees. gressional committees researching cording to the Billiard Con- Brook as well. number, is dwarfed by the esti-
1000 Galloping Hill Road, and con- Dr. Wolf is also the author of a
Dr. Wolf, who is a recognized au- terrorism and he attended both gress of America (BCA), New "I think a lot of the public mated 3 million people active
tinue through Roselle Park, Ken- monthly column, "For the Birds,")
thority on terrorism, was a crimi- national and international confer- Jersey is racking 'em up with still thinks of pool as Min- in independent league play.
ilworth, Cranford and end at the which is distributed by the col-
nal justice professor at UCC, and the best of them. nesota Fats and Willie Mosco- "We have Ladies Night on
hospital ences on terrorism arid its con-
lege's Public Information Office,
served as faculty advisor to the trols. He was named "Man of the "Actually, the surge has lev- ni — there's a stigma attached Mondays and a handicapped
Walkers can register at 9:30 am. an endeavor with which he plans
Union County Police Training eled off in some places, but it that it involves a bad ele- nine-ball tournament on
in the hospital parking lot prior to Year" in the 1980's by "New Jer- ment," said Jones. "But we're
to continue: He also published a
Academy. He is the author" of two sey" magazine. / still seems to be on a real up- Thursdays," said Barbara
Shown here are, in the first row from the left, Juanita Shacklett, the event at 10. Volunteers will weekly column for seven years
books, "Anti-Terrorist Initiatives," swing in New Jersey," said attracting kids, girls, couples Rudin, co-owner of B&L Bil-
president of the Woman's Club of Westfield; Nancy Sallga, serve refreshments at several rest through the former New York Tri- A member of the New Jersey" Po- BCA League and Program Di- on dates and familes. We even liards in Edison. "We plan on
stops along the route. and "Fear of Fear: A Survey of
president of the Rahway Woman's Club; and Sally Brown, vice bune newspaper, titled, "Terror
Terrorist Operations and Controls lice Training Commission, Dr. rector John Lewis. have some local churches that adding a nine-ball tournament
president of the Woman's Club of Westfield and secretary of Free T-shirts, prizes and other Wolf has taught in the City Uni- The BCA, a non-profit orga- , bring in youth groups. We're for Sundays and a juniors'
gifts will be awarded. A buffet Report"in Open ^Societies." Some of his re- ^ii
the New Jersey State Federation of Woman's Clubs. In the 1 Dr. Wolf tip- versity of New York and State
sccon4,dfaw,.^ft-^olanda; Schultz, past president and current'1 i luncheon ^ittjjMwwftikW^wi ««t <,-;.^»•..•s>j.-,-.
led a^aw-^i^r^eni^trpitF' "can attract a~~good~ clement"
(Please turn to page B-2)
communications chairperson of Cranford Village Improvement pardcipantslwfnolow the walka- in vartoi that almost 39 million Ameri- wherever we go."
thon. A senior professor, Dr. Wolf gram aimed primarily at police Upon his retirement, Dr. Wolf
Association; Florence McCloskey, president of Cranford VIA; plans to continue his writing on cans play pocket billiards in Attracting the general public
To register, call 687-1900, ext joined the UCC faculty in 1972. He training to a criminal justice pro- taverns, clubs, homes and the
and Eleanor Gautier, president of the. Woman's Club of Ber- 201& earned a bachelor of science de- gram including police courts and anti-terrorism. is an important aspect of
more than 6)[>00 billiards par- keeping the sport in the main-
keley Heights, and chairperson of the special AIDS fund.raiser. lors around the country. Prior stream after the vogue initiat- Garrett named
and horticultural at weekend
String band concert Sunday Floral Sowing Seeds for Success," a standard flowershow seniors,UCC this Proceeds will fund a scholarship. Tickets
to 1986, you could cut those ed by The Color of Money
figures by at least 50 percent
"Education: show, will and children are free. The surge has extended
"In 1962 the same thing hap-
be presented at Union County College Oct 5 and 6. are available from members at the door, Rorden Realty at 44 Elm St, around the globe, Snooker, an-
to benefit AIDS children. The show, featuring 60 floral design entries and numerous specimens Westfield, and Hartig Paint and Wallpaper, 101 N. Union Ave., Cran-
of horticulture in 30 categories, is being presented by 10 garden clubs of ford. '."; " ' •" ' . • • ' . " ••.•••-. - ;
' other form of pocket billards
played on a 6-by -12-foot table,
pened when The Hustler came
out Everybody got on the
bandwagon," observed John
The staff of Forbes Newspa-
pers Inc. has been joined by Norb
The Ocean County String Band CHAPS has been chosen as the is by far the most popular Garrett, a veteran of sports jour-
and its dancers will perform a state project for NJSFWC by its District TV of the Garden Club of New Jersey. These member clubs of Honorary chairman is Julia Clevett, president of GCNJ. General sport in England. Snooker is Sahara, owner of Garden State
chairmen are Jean KTVIeyer and Ruth Paul plus 300 working members. Billiards in Edison. Sahara nalism in Virginia, Maryland and
benefit concert Sunday from 2:30 president, Marion Graham Arnco, the National Council of State Garden Clubs, are located in Cranford, such a fixture on BBC Televi- Washington, D.C.
to 4:30 p.m. at Watchung Regional during her two-year tenure to Elizabeth, Mountainside, Roselle, Roselle Park and Westfield. Entries are open to all amateur arrangers and growers. For infor- sion that more cameras are was a former co-owner of the
High School on Sterling Road in legendary Four Seasons in Garrett, who
stress the importance of educating The event also will include educational exhibits on orchids, ecology mation call Mrs. ICMeyer, 272-6512, or Mrs. Paul, 232-3736. employed for snooker world was named
Warren. The concert will benefit the public about the effect of the championships than ABC Metuchen, where he was a
and composting, preserved plant materials, and a celebration of gar- partner with Steve Mizerak, Executive
the New Jersey State Federation disease on children.
of Women's Clubs' CHAPS (Chil- The family concert is open to the
dens. State and national garden club objectives will be met with special
exhibits ort the Friendship Garden at the National Arboretum in Wash-
while resident slept Sports has designated for the
1992 Winter Olympics. In the trick-shot artist featured in Sports Editor
on Sept/ 9,
dren's Hospital AIDS Program) An undetermined amount of the burglar, wearing a black hood- Japan, some 40,000 billiards a memorable series of Lite
public and tickets cost $8 for ington D.C.; World Gardening charities that state garden clubs support; Beer advertisements. most recently
project adults and $3 for children under cash and jewelry was reported sto- ed sweatshirt, had fled in the di- halls have been built in just
Skylark Tours offered by the state garden club; places to visit in New worked at
12. Call Agnes Novotny, 276-2892. len Monday from a Lambert Street rection of the Garden State Park- the last two years. "When we closed the Four DCI Publishing Inc. in Virginia
Jersey; trees of the college campus, and a tour of the college green- residence while the homeowner way, according to Detective Sgt Seasons in 1985, things were
The event is being sponsored by President Florence McCloskey .house, _ , _:•.... "We went to Japan twice and where he was group sports editor
the 27 affiliated clubs in the Sixth and Yolanda Schultz, past presi- was sleeping.... '..:• .._.. Eric Mason. ..still..looking: kind, of.bloafc'.' he on a chain of 10 weekly newspa-
The Youth Garden Club of Rake and Hoe Garden Club of Westfield we were treated like rock stars
District, which are located ih more dent and communications chair- A County-wide alarm was issued with limousines and fans recalled. "It's been different pers.
tjian 22^omi«unitics with a mem- man, recently attended a planning will be represented with their own design, horticulture, educational and Investigators said police were and the sheriff's K-9 unit was used screaming for autographs," since 1986. I guess you could During the time Garrett was
bershjp of l,62(fewomen. The Cran- meeting at the home of concert special exhibits. called at noon after the 29-year-old without success. Investigators said ' • Staff phalo by Goorgo Pacclullo said world-ranked touring pro- say that things have peaked, sports editor at DCI, he won na-
ford Vinage Improvement As- chairman Eleanor Gautier, presi- Each of the participating groups will feature varied items at a bou- homeowner was awakened by there were no witnesses. Detective fessional Sammy Jones with a but it's still pretty good-. If you tional, regional and state awards
sociation is taking an active part in dent of the Woman's Club of Ber- tique sales area and refreshments will be served during show hours of noise coming from inside her William Peters has been assigned Cranford's Ken Hartmann drills a shot during Cranford's 4-0 win over Union Catholic Friday. saw Married With Children last in writing and designing sports
laugh. "It was incredible."
the fund raiser. keley Heights. 1:30 to 5:30 p.m. Saturday and noon to 4 Sunday. Admission is $5; $3 for home. By the time police arrived to the investigation. For the complete Cranford report, see High School Roundup, page B-2, pages.