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Page ID CRANFORD (N.J.) CHRONICLE Thursday. August 6, 1981
Physicals set
—for-faU sports ~
Cranford High School students ih
grades 9-12 who missed the June
physicals and wish to participate in
I3t-lalL_spQrt ma^r~fffi}oTt~tp-tftenurse's office at the school at 10 a m
-Monday, Aug. 17 or Tuesday, Aug.
id.
Swim Club team winner
of league championship
Playgrounds Action on the diamond
Roselle Park tournament
name champs
Thursday, August 6,1981 CRANFORD (N.J.) CHRONICLE Page 11
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ed deep la the right ccntarfleM Cranfortf a other Wt iВ» tfiey ouINt
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Overall winners of the sports
10 year olds fence
to neldВ« h u e hit, then wheel- Coital* I to 7, but the ten bases-onCapping its unde eated season,vcran- following events: .
•
'•
playground Olympics conducted at
ed «nd tired a perfect strike Into •»- balls were too much to overcome:
COLONIA4
ford Swim Club sWept thefindividual
Individual medley-boys 10 and Orange and Walnut fields on Ihe last five
the tournament the
com) btte to c*tch the speedy Los
-CHANKMMLL.
O»h«««-nmoerltryln< to itotctl
eiranirpiuiu.luuti uf the—Union CountyjundertnJtHkl Kopicki, 1 ;37.B; girls-U-1&- ^ Fridays include:
nford hadJbВ».mttfo BUS
Summer Swim League with-a, team Allison KopickT, 1:28:79"; boys 15-17:
Boys 5-7- Seafl Slattery, 171 points;
the playoffs ot UM Rawll*
nent and turning in some
score of 342. Following were Manor John Harrington, .2:48-94; girls 15-17: Dermot McLeer, 153; Patrick Derrhody, open
COLONlAs" Park tournament against • spirited
attentive pUyi. After the, game,
CRANFORDI
Park of Westfield with 295, Columbian of Erin Ryan, 1:23.48; * : . ^
Colonla team uWplayed tutt about
82;
the
Tournament Committee
В« perfect game. The result was a * Cranford suffered Its second presented the team with first Place
Union with 201 and Nomahegan, 130.
Freestyle-boys 8 and under, 25
heartbreaking
lots
to
•
good
ColBoys 8-10- Bill Mansfield, 123, Brian to 1 loss for the locals In a lame
onia team. The loss eliminated Trophy which Crantord woo In the
The meet was held at Nomahegan meter: Chris Pipoli, 20.12; boys 9-10, 25 Bober, 100; Joe Cassidy, 63;
that took only55 minutes to play.
round robin' competition with a
Jumped on top by scoring Cranford: from the playoffs of the record of I wins and l low
Swim Club. Saturday, where the Cran- meter: Judd Kopicki, 16.79; boys 11-12,
- Boys' 11-15- John McGovern, 80; Colin twoColonla
Roaelle Park Tournament.
unearned
runs
in
the
tap
t
l
the
:
ford team received trophies for its50 meter Gary Jones r 33.69; girls 11-12, Kay, 33; Matt Rose,, 31;
second on a single, a walk and two Colonla Jumped on top with S big • - " s j : CRANFOfiD H
NEW BRUNSWICK*
earlier Relay Carnival victory and for it 50 meter: Kim Stura, 35.62; girls 15-17,
Cranford came right bade rum fn the top of the first on five
Girls "8-10- Maureen McLeer, 173; errors.
their halt of the inning to score walks, a single and two errors. Tbe Cranford ten year oW team
sMundefeated top league'standing. three 50 meter: Erin Ryan, 30.93;
Tracy Lopez, 104; Kristen Montross, 75; in
Cranford
came
right
back
In
their
won
It'a
second straight garar in the
one and threatened to take the lead.
& $swimmers, Judd Kopickj,
Backstroke-girls 11-12, 50meter: Kim
Girls
11-15Christie
Dermody,
186;
Mike Byrne lead off with a solid Mt half to score two runs en a single by Clara Barton Tournament,
ty The ComeFs8rririi<
Kopicki; and Erin Ryan, won Stura, 444.41; girls 13-14, 50 meter Erin MpLecr, 166.
to right and Jack darkin followed Joe Utlerio, a double by Keith Slat- defeating; New Brunswick by-a
with a single up the middle. Keith lery, and some alert base running. •core of 11 to ». .
"diving team completed its dual meet first'.place medals in all three events Lauren Krause, 42.49;
In the bottom of the third CranCranford broke out on top willt
Slatlery
then drilled a sharp single
The Orange Avenue playground held l(j fifth and
'••Season with two wins and eight losses, they entered in the championships.
Breaststroke-girls 8 and" under, 25 final Olympics Friday honoring Mark Spitr Winners, to left, driving in Hike and putting ford staged another rally. Alex two run* in the first when Mike
Wiigbt
led
cat
with
a
walk
and
Mike
; Competing in the "A" league of the New Following the championships, CSC meter: Kelly O'Brien, 27.73; girls 9-10, were;
Byrnes was hit by a pitch and Joe
runners at second and third. After
•
^Jersey Swimming and Diving Con- team members received special 25 meter, Amy Spotts, 23.90;;girls 11-12,
Freestyle- Dermot McLeer, Joe Cassidy, Maureen the next two batters struck out, Pat Zoeller hit a smash on which th> Utterio and Keith Slattery followed
shortstop
.made
a
fine
play
to
get
with
tingles New Brunswick
Blake
ripped
a
line
shot
that
looked
McLeer, Christie Dermody; .
.'
ference. The team moved up from the recognition awards from coach Nancy .50.meter: Allison Kopicki, 44.92;
•
Baexstroke- Dermot McLeer, Maureen McLeer, to be headed for right center, but the force at second. On the relay to acored a run In their half of the innfirst.
Hike
appeared
to
beat
the
ing
on
two walks and a fielder's
"B".j|eague after last summer's no-loss
the Colonla second baseman leaped
Butterfly-boys 8 and under; 25 meter: Christie Dermody;
"•season.
Dog paddle- Dermot McLeer, Joe Cajiidy, Erin up and to- his right and made a throw, but was ruled out on a con- choice before Keith Slattery bore
Chris Pipolo, 23.40; boys 9-10, 25 meter, McLeer,
miraculous catch, ending the Cran- troversial call. Mike Byrnes then down to strike out the tut batter.
* • A total of 22 pool records were set durripped a long shot over the left
In the second Inning Cranford erJudd Kopicki, 19.74; girls 9-10, 25 meter
Longest float- Robert Barrett, Dermot McLeer, ford threat.
ing the season, including the following
Again in the last of the third, Col- fielder's head for a double. Utterio ruptad for six runs to .take an i to l
Dermody, Erin McLeer, Joe Cassidy, Tracy
Carey Krause, 18.97; boys 11-12, 50 Christie
followed with an RBJ tingle, and lead. Hike Byrne*, with two solid
onla
dame
up
with
a
great
play
to
Lopex;
not reported previously:
Slattery walked. Jack Clarkln then
meter: Gary Jones; girls 11-12,50
Also colBiggest splash- Sean Slattery, Joe Cassidy,.. j t o p Cranford. Steve Niro lead off tied the game with a clutch double singles, was the big gun.
J a m e s Turney, 11 / 12 boys
lecting timely hits were1 Pat Blake,
with a (olid single to right. Mike
meter, Allison Kopicki, 44.31; girls 13-14, Maureen McLeer, Christie Dermody',
to right.
Dave
Nordstrom
and
Slattery.
New
Byrne*
then
smashed
a
hard
shot
breaststroke, 37.99, topping Steve Van
Special awards- most crooked swimmer, Sean Slat50 meter, Lauren Krause, 39.32; girls
Colonla came back In the fourth Brunswick loaded the bases with no
tery, straighest swimmer, Dermot McLeer; smallest up the middle. The Colonla shortDam's old record of 38.4;
.15-17, 50 meter, Erin Ryan, 35.77.
one
out
in
the
last
of
the
second,
but
to
take
the
lead
7
to
&
as
the
plate
splash, Tracy Lopez; best volunteer, Karen Dermody. stop snared It behind second, step- began to move around again. Two cduld not score because of some ex- Kevin iNiemsyk took .02 seconds off
ped oh the bag and fired to first to
Second place medals were won by:
Kelly O'Brien is the first recipient
complete a bang bang double play. walks, two hits and an error gave cellent Cranford defense. Second
his own 50 yard freestyle mark, swimmGary Jones andRich Smith in individual
Cranford- pitcher Keith Slattery Colonit two runs. Mike Byrnes baseman Byrnes thrВ«w a runner
of the Manny Vizzoni Sportsmanship
ing the distance in 28.98;
continued to silence the Colonla came on to relieve starter Joe Ut- out at the plate (or the first out,
medley;
Megan
Bell,
Peter
Smith,
Rich
Award,
given
to
an
eight
year
old
or
• • Julie Brzezinski lowered her own 100
bats until the top of the sixth when a terio with the bases loaded and no then right fielder Mike Thee maoe
Smith and.Karen Dollar,
freestyle;
and he did a great Job getting a fine catch and strong throw to the
younger member of the Cranford
yard backstroke record for the second
Mary Lou McGrady was the winner of walk and two doubles produced two outs,
1
big insurance rum. In the last of the out of the Inning with only one run plate to hold the runner at third
Richard
Kaiser,
Lauren
Maucere,
Ann
Swim
Club
team
for
team
spirit.
time, replacing her earlier time of
the Club Championship of the women's sixth, Cranford's hopes for a rally scored on a ground out.
Keith retired the next batter on a
Salway and Rich Smith, backstroke; 18 hole golf group at Echo Lake Country were
She received the honor at the team
ground out and Cranford got out of
1:14.08 with a new record of 1:09.97;
dimmed as Colonla continued
Sandy
Dollar
and
Karen
Dollar,
picnic last weekend.
excellent fielding. Mike Byrne*
Colonla folded an Insurance run the inning.
Club. The Cranford golfer defeated Kit- its
Mike Sommerlad replaced J. Dooley
lead off with a vicious smash to In the fifth on * single and double
The game settled down- to a pitThe honor was established by Mr. breaststroke; Richard Kaiser and John tyVarn, 3 and 1.
~
on the record board for ioo yard
right. The rlghtflelder's only play making the score! to t. In the bot- chers duel over the next few Innings
Harrington,
butterfly.
and
Mrs.
Joseph
Vizzoni
in
honor
of
was to leap as high as he could tom of the fifth. Byrnes led off with with Lltterio's single being wasted
backstroke with a time of 1:02.69. The
.Unbelievably, he caught the ball In a long shot over the center fielders in the third.
their son, who died Jast spring at the
Medals and points for third place went
standing record was 1:04.70.
tbe. web of his glove. Joe Litterlo head, but at the last Instant he
New Brunswick made a game of
age
of
seven.
He
,was
a.
member
of
to;
Ann
Salway
and
Peter
Smith,
inthen beat out a hit to deep short reached up and snagged the drive it In the fifth as they rallied (or four
PARLIN 1B5 CRANFORD ioi
the
CSC
team.
'
.
dividual
rffedley;
Richard
Kaiser
. Mary Beth Hogan was offtand running which proved to be the last of the with Ms glove behind his* head. It runs to close the u p , 8 to S. Some
rv
The Cornels were defeated by the Parlin YMCA
swimming, and .djving learn last Wednesday InLauren Maucere, Carey Krause, Liam 'again this weekend and finished first in locals offense as they went down to proved to be a big out as Litterlo loose Cranford.f.leldiruj and two hits
followed with his eighth con- did the damage
' dividual Comet winners included:
. ' the women's division of the Sayreville defeat. CRANFORD 11
secutive hit of the playoffs, a solid
.. " First place (blue ribbons)— individual medley; •McGrath at their team picnic. Jamfes ^ " V ^ i ^ - f t j * 1 1 8 1 0 1 1 ! : f ? f ty i, te: '
Excellent base running produced
double.
When Slattery.. smashed three insurance runs for the locals five
mile
run.'
Her
time
was
29:44.5,
six
James Turney, Mike Sommerlad: freestyle; Danny' •Macher received the annual Ashwell *uzy Gabel and Jill Tracey, backstroke;
LOSCUBANOSJ; . .
another
double
driving
in
Joe,
annu
A nw
O'Brien, Keyin Niemsyk, Brian Byrnes, Mike SamIn
Lauren MAur-oro
Maucere and
andSlip
Sue vfriWnhhh
c M i ,
and. a half seconds'slower than her The Cranford ten year olds got . Cranford appeared ready to come, the sixth, making the score 11 to "
Macner receivea m e
j U * ВЈ U - Tjnir*n
merlad; butterfly Pam Boland; tiackstroke; Dermot
5. Mike Byrnes and Joe Utterio led
on the winning path against
breaststroke;
Liam
Ryan,
butterfly.
fourth place finish time in the Run for hack
Memorial
S|5ortsmanship
McLeer, Kevin. Niemayk; breaststroke: Alison
the Los Cubanoi team they had roaring back. However, as had off *tth consecutive 'tingles. SlatRobert
Biunno
Award for Award; \tie
been
their
misfortune
throughout
Ribbons
for
fourth,
fifth
and
sixth
the
Sun
a
week
earlier
in
Westfield.
tery grounded Into a force-play at
Dubroski, d|ving: Jennifer Niemsyk, John
previously lost to. This time the
boy and. girl scorers w%it
the to
highi
Schoeneman; .
locals prevailed In a four'inning the pUyolfs, -they continued to hit • third, but Alex Wright loaded the
places
were
awarded
to
Liam
Ryan,
the
ball
hard
bur
right
at
someone.
Kopicki and Erin Ryan, and the awai Chgris Ryan,. Lauren krause, Sandy
Sacond place (red ribbons!- individual medley:
game.
bases when he was hit by a pitch.
Sharon Turney;"freestyle: Kathleen Guenee, David
Tom Mooney went the distance After smacking two long fouls Jack While the next two batters were at
for most improved boy and girl swim- Dollar, Lisa Ryan, Kelly O'Brien, Liz
Clarkln hit a hard shot that the Col- the plate all three runners scored
Hegna, Rick Lear, J a m * Turney; butterfly: Megan
for
his
third
win,
giving
up
four
hits
mers went to Matthew Beams and Erin Walsh, Brian Whitelock, Katy Bell, Jill.
Waters; backstroke: David Hegna, Rick Lear, Brian
while striking out.two;asd walking onla shortstop corralled to take the on successive steals of home. In all,
teeth out of Cranford's rally.
Macher. The Manny Vizzoni Sportsman- Tracey, Chris Pipoli, Megan Bell, Sarah
Byrnes, breaststroke: Sharon Turney;
six bases were stolen by the trio.
none.
The local boys went down
Third place (while ribbons I- individual medley:
Joe Utterio swung the big stick
As It turned out, those runs provship Award was presented to Kelly Harrington, Suzy Gabel, Katy Johnston,
fighting
In
the
last
of
U*
sixth
as
Patty Niro,- Mark Bowman; freestyle- Tracec
for
Cranford
as
he
stroked
four
important. Tom Mooney'
O'Brien.
Suburban Cablevision will be singles in four trips to the plate. Tom Mooney stroked a clutch two- cedl mvery
Aurand, Peter Bowman; butterfly: ВЈllenSommerlad,
e in to pitch for Crsnford and
Mike Pipoli, Heather Stender, Todd
Patty Niro; backstroke: Jennifer Amend, Peter
repeating the Section 2, Group III State Also hitllng well were Alex. Wright, out single and Mike Thee hit a shot one walk and three hits later, New
Bowman; breaststroke Ellen Sommerlad, Colleen - Individual first place gold medals Palumbo, Matt Beams and Peter Harrdouble; Tom Mooney, double; Mike past the third baseman into the Brunswick had scared, four- runs
Baseball final between Cranford and Zoeller.
Kilkenny, Alexandra Dumitrescu.
were won by CSC competitors in theington.
Mike Byrnes, Pat Blake, hole. But as luck would have it, the and had the tying run at the plate.
Linden on Wednesday, Aug. 12 at-7:30 Keith Slattery,
Jack Clarkln and Colonla shortstop -made another At this point Tom got tough and ingreat backhanded stop, wheeled duced the next two batters (o
Mike
Thee,
all singles.
p.m. via TV-3. The game was played on
The
top
defensive
play of the and fired U> second for the force out ground out to end the game, picking
May 29.
up Ihe saw,
__ '
game was turned in by Cranford to end the fcaroe "
•'Si''.
'
mfftf
IComets end
Stoufih season
Vizzoni award
lauds swimmer's
team spirit —.
Gerard DeBernardis
DeBernardis
promoted at
Mercedes
DEPUTY RULER - John P. Powers Jr., Cranford, left, Is congratulated by Raymond V. Arnold, national grand exalted ruler of the Elks,
.i- _xu * in
_•«
— — - — — o n his appointment as a district deputy grand
Earth Ball proved fun for youngsters at Memorial playground redent- exalted ruler at recent convention.
e
Gerard DeBernardis of
y.FroiTileftrVlctgorWorthii.gton, Tanya Mayer, Timmy Bennit, Erika — * - " '
Cranford has been named
Legion, Ester Bennit, Joanna Bennit, Martha Bennif, Crystal Ross
administrative manager
and Tyrone Johsnon. Photo by Grea Price
. . P.
. В»Powers
> „ Jr.,
, 5
John
secures Elks post
y
-
y r IOB
-
McGrady golf champ
achhmn Inn
9 year olds
aseball faftTaYftf spirtsTftefiibis•
EDISON a
abilia show-will be held at the Coachman
The Cranford tournament team
Inn on Aug. 29 and 30. The hours are 10opened
up play in the Colonla
a.m. to-6 p.m. :
В»-year old tournament with a
victory over Edison. Chris Sharo,
Dealers front seven states will sell Bryan
Morris and Jeff Scotti
card, autographs and yearbooks. Those shared the pitching duties for Cranwishing to sell their collectionimay auc- lord
The Cranford defense held
tion them at 3 p.m. each day. Former Edison
scoreless in the first inning.
Yankee pitcher Johnny Kucks will be on In the home half, Joey Waschek
to left center and Chad
hand Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. to doubled
Hensler doubled deep to right to
sign autographs and talk baseball.
score Waschek. Jeff Scotti then
boomed a triple to left and Davey
Pataca slammed a double to
center, scoring Scotti.
Cranford and Edison both went
scoreless in the second Inning. In
the. home half of Ihe third Inning,
Davey Pataca walked after Jeff
flew out to shortstop. Carl
Pop Warner football uniforms must be Scotti
Cetera moved Davey along with a
returned to the Lincoln School parking long drive that was caught by Ihe
right flakier. Bryan Morris then
lot on Wednesday, Aug. 12. Myra Merrit unloaded,
a double down the left
will be there from 1 to 2:30 p.m. to col- field line scoring Pataca. Matt
Turner followed with a sinfleup the
. lect them from all players.
middle, scoring Morris. Tommy
Headrick then slammed a double to
left center, driving in Matt and
Chris Sharo singled up tbe middle
scoring Tommy. Joey Waschek
then connected for his second double of the game, scoring, and
then stole third. Chad
Hensler ~wal
followed with a base hit scoring
Waschek. Cranford had scored •
run* to take a I to 0 lead.
Players must return
Warner uniforms
Instructor Joe Maney gives football pointers to ding, with fractured elbow, Is Scott Miller-Others,
Kenilworth youngsters during Recreation Depart
from left, are Mike Clesla, Mike McCoy, Steven
ment Football Clinic at Ward Field July 29. Stan
Kallensee and Vlnnie Rap pa. Photo by Greg Price.
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IWTOW&WSISK
T O P M|
Div
DGETS~ First place team in the Cranford Soccer Club Midget
's | o nM l Includes,
from left, front row: Danny Czeh, Forrester Cox,
and
ller
i'4^S,'& W &.#vl*>M A J^AWvJfRv D5 e w i y
- MIchelleLlndemann, Steven O'Neill, Jeff Apgar, Greg
1 . V, 3** **tf Tf*"* J'^tfWВ© .Ci,> *itfBNfc\8В»
llilrClli
" : back row: Brian Bober, Billy Kelly, Chad Colby, Robbie Dlzlkt,
l
>
„4
' .. .
. , u ,. , . „ , n . t . Chrls.Weber, Robert Barrett, Cindy Montero, Missing from photo:
.Tony Petracca, 9, limbers up during Kenilworth grid clinic. Photo by JasonAlvator, Eric Greenberg, coach Felix Montero and assistant
jGreg Price.
coach Randy Miller.
Cranford
held
Edison"
in the _ ^ _ _
/• •
. After austin Sanzq's out. f f l C f l S
AC*
down first base. The ball went past
the Orstbaseman, and right fielder
rolling to the fence. Sharo, being a
rather speedy fellow. wh*n it
counts, touched all the bases for a
NATIONAL DIVISION
game winning home run.
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L
Good defensive performances'
i
were also turned in by Justin Sanio Bapst Aluminum Siding 12
11 6
at third, Davey PaUca at first and D. Ryan * Sons
Bryan Morris in leftfield and Tom- Suburban Pest Control 10 6
Buffy's Tavern
8 B
my Headrick also at third:
World of Sports Bombers 7 10
CRANFORD 1
Rathskeller'
3 13
MATAWAN 7 The Cranford В» year olds remain- AMERICAN DIVISION
3
4
ed undefeated in their stood game VTW Post 335
:
5
of the Colonla tournament. Ajay Steel
9
7
Fighting back from a five run Demaey'sPub
Global
Janitorial
8
9
deficit, Cranford defeated i well
Graf Graphics
6 - 10
drilled Matawan team.
0 16
In the home half of. the first inn- Peerless Welding
ing Matawan exploded for five runs
on five hits and several Cranford • The regular season was brought
mlscues. However, in the top half of to a close last week with three
tbe second, Cranford roared back playoff games, one (or each divito lie the score with the timely hit- sion title and the third for the final
ting ol Brian Morris, Tommy playoff spot.
Pete lima and Wally Swarti batHeadricks, Chris Sharo, Joey
Wsschek and a baser loaded double tled through six scoreless innings
as the VFW and Ajay Steel played
by Chad Hensler.
Cranford acored twice in the third for the American Division chamwhen Jeff Scotti walked, stole se- pionship. In the bottom of the
cond and third base and acored on seventh, Bob Harm singled and
a fielders choice play hit by Carl Stole second. With one man out,
Cetera. After David Pataca singled Dan Nolan singled sharply to right
and stole second Matt Turner to driye in the winning run and end
the game. Lima was at his best,scored him on a sharp hit to left.
In * a seeHsaw battle Matawan allowing lust two singles and fannc a n t back to tie the socre In the ing six while facing just one more
bottom of the third on two hit hat- than the minimum number of battars, two walks and a single; the ters, thanks to a double play in the
rally was subdued when Wascbek fourth.
Pete VergaUa tossed a four hitter
bore down to reitr* the aide.
. Crabford added Three insurance for Bapst Aluminum Siding as they
run* M the fourth and two more In topped D. Ryan and Sons 5 to 1 to
the fifth, on hits from Chris Sharo, win the National Division title. The
Dava Pataca, Tommy Headricks win snapped a six game winning
J
streak for D. Ryan and capped a
and Chad Hensler;
=-•
The brilliant pitching of Chris truly amaiing season for Fred
Sharo shut down Ihe Matawan hit-, Hayek's, team,which improved
ting attack by allowing lust two markedly on last year's 6-10 record.
Bapst went ahead 2 to 0 in the sescattered hip in Ihe last three Innings. The Cranford team was also cond on a two run double by Joe
Pagano They added three more in
iy_loaded_lM
bases on two singles and a walk,
Brian Morris and Bob Hasurd.
and John Collneri walked in one run
and served up a two run single to
Jim David.
Softball
Edison batter* were held in check
by Cranford starting pitchers Sharo
and Morris until the fifth inning.
Edison exploded for seven runs and
on eight base hits, all done with two
outs.
Jeff Scotti relieved Bryan and put
out Ihe Edison tire. The highlight of
the ining was a running over-thehead, trumbllng catch by Chris
Sharo of a looping foulfly.Although
Chris was shaken up he managed to
hwng-nn to Ihe b*11 The score was
nowCranfi
was held scoreless UJ their MU of
the fifth.
'* *
Edison then tied up the score In
the top of tbe sixth, when the second
Edison batter walked and proceedQrai Graphics finished a disaped to steal second The next pitch
pointing season on a winning note
hit off the plate and cammed off
CRANFORD 4
with
a 10 to J drubbing of the World
catcher Chad Henaler'a kae guard
R08EIXE PARK 4
of Sports Bombers'. The loss pushed
into dead ball territory. This perUsing final inning dramatics the Bombers Into a tie with Global
mitted the Edison runner to score again, Cranford scored three runs
the tying run. The Cranford coach In the seventh to tie Roaelle Park. Janitorial for the last wildcard
playoff spot.
protested vehemently but to,-no
Cranford opened the scoring on a
The Graphics club pounded out
long double by Rick' Dimlcco, on
which ha stole second and scored on fourteen hits, three by Dave Hlluv
sky
and two-each by Jim Seavy,
an error. Roaelle Park could only
manage one run off Pat Brightaun Ray Gribble and Vlnnie PugUesse
during the first four Innings'. They Pete DiSanU doubled twice and Ron
DIVISION "A"
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scored three In the fifth off Roll homered and singled to lead
w
Apple's II
3 Brlghtman and David Wlnokur to tbe Graf stuck.
10
Pollack's
5 take a 4 to 1 lead. Jeff Cofsky held
John Collneri tossed a three hitI
Heyco
7
then scoreles* In the sixth and ler as D. Ryan and Sons nipped Buf5
1
fy's
Tavern, l to o. Jerry Hsney led
FlreDept.
Cranford cam* to bat in the top of
off the game with a double to left
Frenchy's
1
U
tha seventh down 4 to l.
DIVISION " B "
center, was bunted to third by Mark
Drew HaerU led off with a single. Collneri and scored on a slow
Buffy's
1
Alter • walk to Chris Btycynskt, the bouncer to the pitcher. Joe Carluccl
MasUpeter
next two batten were retired. waa tagged with the loss, dropping
RoatBro*.
g
lii
Down to their last out, Jim Trotter hto record loS-S.
KofC i
S
drew a walk to load the bases. With
Apple's I
4
t two strikes on him, Todd Scott
Global Janitorial and the World
KENILWORTH- In the final slammed a triple down the right of Sports Bombers Waged a wild
week of the regular season. field llnf to score three runs and tie stugfest in a playoff for the final
Pollack's Uquor StorВ« nipped Ap- tha game.
playoff berth, and Global came out
ple's II Lounge with • come-fronv
Roaelle Park threatened in tha ontop,17 to 13 Playing with Just
behind 4 to J win. Carmen Gaurtno, bottom of the seventh, but Dimlcco two outfielders, Global battered
pitcher for Pollack's, won Ida own came on In reUsf to strike out the Rich Reid for V hits, Including four
game In the home half of thefinal three. Cranford surely showВ«d each by Joe Allseo, Tom Lawler
seventh inning, driving In the ty- that a gam* Isn't ovtr until the last Ed Schaeffer and Scott Buchanan
ing aad winning run with a alagM. out
Winning pitcher Tom Lawler wВ«s
The win fHneaajd second place la
aXHrrHOMANGEI
yanked In favor of Joe Allseo in die
"A" Division for the Pollack aquad.
fifth when he tired and walked rive
Mastapeter-runeraJ Home, after
In • gjune for sucond pli
In a row. AUaeo's four hits i "
a alow start, drubbed ROM Bros. ford lost a
--
Kenilworth
pitched the win, which secured te- an) ouldsfowed South Ortnas, but
eond place la "B" Division for hit too m a w atom twit U M drtoM-
Bombtrs, Reid and D M Coatanzo
boHMNd. CosUnxo's sixth (our
••wad up th* league HR
AppM'a I i^wg* exploded for tha
GrMford seandttmoto Ibt HM
second weak, getting IT' bin to on • walk to Dtvid Wlnokur, J«H
smother Buffy's Tavern 14 to I. CoitkyVj staiJ* *ai 1 ddoubla and
LstdM leaders are: Jo* Aliseo
Hank Moll, Mat Callahan, Joe stAsj by R k s Dimlcco.
M\, Rich lUid 514, Bob Hublak
Keguccl, Doug Holt, Poncho
South Oranti cam* back with M\, BUI Hurray .451, Don HardQ K V M and Elton Shields, 4Mb two la ttВ» flrtt off Dnw HawWs man .Of, Ron Villa .00, Mike Do*
had two hits for tha winners. H u * pllchlnc. Cranlord scored MM la tht .411, Tofti Bodtn .406, Chuck David
Moll burled tbe Win.
second on Vine* Dcddto'i sliwl*. Mt, Frank Carrajal m, BUI
Heyco won their seventh game o( HMrl* bald tha OHBOMOIS at bay Oathercole . w , Bud Boiln WO,
the season with • » to • tqisMfctr unUlth«Wthwh*Ba»yU*lltTh* Ptto Vwgalla .no.
ovВ«r Ross BroВ» and flnlstorttnlhird SMMramalMd tied until th* ninth,
In "A" Divifton. The Roes whs* Tssqr CUoova aia*]ad la two
team tied with tha KalghUo/ IWM to |l«« CrtnloMthalMd.
Cokimbus for third place In "B" JwitMths gtms Mswsrf at hand,
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bottom o T S * BbthwWi two out,
Frenchy's Bar and OriU venut aad won H bi tha Uoth on a NUSUIM new films available for
the Firemen was won by rВ«rfUt by By.
•choota, «ervl«f clubs and
Ihe Firemen*-when tbe Fmehy's
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Sarwood Little League 1981 championship team, sponsored by
Sasale Industries, includes, from left, back row- Ted Stawacz, Darren
Ilgler, John Anthes, Joe Anthes, assistant manager.JIm Querriero,
- - - ,— --— —
--
,-
manager, Fred Norrls, c o a c h . Lou Rogakos, M l k e - Q u t k e w l t t ,
IMla^Ml U l llsiMfi^BBS^B
lft ^BTB^BI U^sl I D t D
Frank wtniwUMnrsmuwiMfliishMihi
community organizations
idiUM
arUUUssV tMP mT^^flhf^tfVft
D3Sio,thr««iiagi«a and two hard on electronic technology
Gaidl; front row-Buddy Carrea, Jimmy Guerriero, Brian Keller, Jo*^^?i^^lSr 1 SSJ l l - t a * * " ^ P**>*В»JВ»!*#
Norrls, Jim Mtiraho, VltoCastaldo. Missing from photo- Kevin Fagan. J2&X?* w^в„ў* В» ! В» " ^
Bottleneck: two-way traffic on South Avenue Bridge reconstruction
project was limited to one way temporarily so that safety divider
could be Installed. Police Officers Steve Gachko and William Peters
handled movement at Centennial.
inhn p Johnson
Pm»»™ iPI.,
r s w 250
in as
one of only
Harold
district
deputy
grand at Mercedes-Benz of North
a gSwom
LODGE 2006 was ap-exalted rulers at the 117th America, in Morrtvale.
pointed a district deputy annual convention of the DeBernardis will be in A limousine was stolen
A
1977 Cadillac was reported Sunday. An
grand exalted riiler by the Grand Lodge, B.P.O. charge of office service, here last weekend and one limousine was stolen from electric typewriter and building
maintenance,
newly elected grand ex- Elks, in July in Las Vegas. .
calculators were
and print shop car stolen. locally . was Jet Limousine Service, two
alted ruler of t hMore
e
taken from the office' Det.
than 5,000 voting cafeteria
South
and
Lincoln
Ave.
recovered.
Benevolent and Protective delegates, and 25,000 total operation.
A car owned by Daniel East, sometime during the Lt. John Korsch said that
Order of Elks, Raymond from across the U.S. at- He joined the company Kress
perhaps the thief took the
was reported taken weekend.
in
1974
as
reproduction
V. Arnold of Michigan. tended the convention, the :
limousine keys from the
Police
believe
the
theft
from
Lambert
Street
July
District deputy grand ex- largest representation in manager, and in that 1. It was found in Wood- was associated with a office and stole the car
capacity more than doublalted rulers serve as the the history of the Elks.
break-in at the firm which along with the other items.
bridge July 29.
the size of the
district representative of
The Order donated $19.8 ed
the grand exalted ruler to million to charity during company's print shop.
the local lodges.
1980, for a total of $382 DeBernardis was
Powers, who is amillion in charitable dona- previously employed as
Two house burglaries An estimated $360 worth
Priyllis L. Mandell, 35
reproduction manager for
member of Lodge 2006, tions since 1880;- ••-•
the Arabian American Oil were reported to police of religious items was Lenhome Dr., suffered a
reported stolen from the leg pain.in a car accident
Company. He .attended last week.
A thief entered the Sisterhood gift shop at at Springfield and Central
Union College, the Empire
Luxman Temple Beth El July 29. Friday evening. Police ••
School of Printing and the Margaret
School of Printing In- residence at 679 Raritati The day before, an antique said her car was struck by
dustries of Metropolitan 1R^TJijiy 28, through a side Chinese porcelain um- one driven by Edmund J.
cash~taВ»lla.-valued at $200 was-Kohlbecker, 205,Oak Le.,
Xk
~ *~ ^ porch door, and stole
and jewelry'.' В»7
. reported-stolen fronr-the after his foot slipped off.a
On July 30 costume front porch of Mary C. brake. pedal. She was
Stephen C. Corbin of
Ph.D.
to
Charles
jewelry.-was stolen from Woodward, 305 Central taken by , the- First Aid
Cranford has been apHal* Cecil Charles, a -the John Laurito home, 405 Ave.
Squad to St. Barnabas
pointed ' field sales
resident of Cranford, was Springfield Ave., with en- On July 30, $200 worth of "Medical Center for treat- *
manager of Fyrnetics Inc.
awarded a Doctor of try apparently gained copper rain "gutters were ment.
a marketer of electronic
Philosophy degree in through a living room win- stolen from ^English ——
—-- )
security and other conorganic chemistry from. dow.
Village.
sumer products.
ATHEFT
the .University of New
Corbin will be involved
Chapman Brothers MonO"rTearis"in
comm'eticein sales management,
day reported the theft of
ment
exercises
July
30.
.
budgeting, forecasting$500 worth of tools, from
their North Avenue
and merchandising. •
^tlll4tf*ВҐit 0 i f t
A would-be burglar was then'he turned toward 4 business. Missing items
During his' four yearsv
u i u u c u i & " * • apparently foiled by a wat- nearby KGuse. At» that included a drill, bits arid a
•with Fyrnetics, Corbin has
The Part-Time' Student chful neighbor July 27.
sawzall tool. .
been district salesman
Stephen C. Corbin
point she called police.
Government of Union Coiand eastern, regional sales,
r
A
woman
watched
"a
Officer
Cliff
Dobbins
SHUTTtE ,.
a glass door broken
pregented the 'colnvafr
'Tgift of $1000
TOrifftrinlal. . a rack at the Sumenik -"The Spqce Shuttle " „
The CcanTon
held sales positions with
Art -Fuller- -Ass.oCi, ] and. Crusade reached_ $2,710 will be used to help Avenue. At first she—residence at No.' 113, but Planetarium program for
the man fled
this week.The goal of-the' rernodel and redecorate thought he was prepared apparently
Sunbeam Appliances.
t
"-•youngsters August J7 and
Corbin,
his wife Crusade in town for thethe campus cafeteria and to attacK a woman he ap- "W iTh'6ul" entering tfae <M8.
G a l l 232-5930. - :
^^-^-•-'
a
student
lounge
in
the
peared
to
be
following,
but
Home.
American
Cancer
Society
Eleanor, and their child
Science
.Building,
said
is $4,500.
live on Lenhome Drive.
Saul Orkin, president.
Limousine is stolen, car is recovered
Accident
Firm names
Corbin to
sales post
Cranford-Linden
final on TV-3
CrarifonL . \,
liisiiliilii
Thefts reported
Hogan wins 5-miler
EasdraUcard show GolwiaHtoiimament
'
Visitor: Dr Bertram Landers, governor of Rotary International District
J51, reoeTvecTbanner of Cranford Club he visited last week. Bill Dlttman, president of local-service organization, is at right.
thief fin^l $150
В»r^eВЈaub6^oemrid, proA woman who stole 13 Municipal Court
yiding Police Det. Wiljlam
• WKfhjfctiekets Jrom - -St.-- ifemes M^-Bell. ',; ^
Michael Church June 24
The' penalty was 'levied'
received a two month July 24 against Madeline "to the thief. The tickets
suspended jail sentence Palmer, 416 Grier ,AVe., 'were valued at $10 each, or
and a fine of $150 from Elizabeth. She left the $130 altogether.
LEGALS
authorized to be Issuod pursuant lo
TOWNSHIP OF CRANFORD
and within Ihp limitations proscribCSArNFORD, NEW JERSEY
ed by said Law.
PROPOSED ORdlNANCE NO 81 29 Section 3. la) ,Tho Improvement
BONO ORDINANCE PROVIDING., hewby'auttioffeed and pU'B'dsi tor
.FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF ' the
ot wtilcrv silo obligaJOHNSON AVENUE AND A POR- tionsllnanctflg
aro to be lssue<J Itr tra> ImproveTION OF EL1SE STREET IN AND BY
olJohanDji Ay.anus In and by
THE TOWNSHIP OF CRANFORD, IN ment
Township beginning al a point
THE COUNTY OF UNION L NEW said
at Its Intersection with Ellse Stroot
JERSEY, APPROPRIATING i84,450 and
running In. a southwofteW
THEREFOR AND AUTHORIZING.
THE ISSUANCE OF J9.000 BONDS •diioctlon-rcHrrstorminatiorr-arJ culOR NOTES OF THE-TOWNSHIP do-sac ahd a portion ol Eliso stroot
FOR PARTIALLY FINANCING SUCH from South Avonuo to Johnson
Avonue by tho conel'uctlon thoroln
APPROPRIATION.
of new roadway pavements having a
BE IT ORDAINED BY T H E
useful life or durability at least equal
TOWNSHIP COWMITTEE OF THE to a road ol Class B construction, as
TOWNSHIP OF CRANFORO. IN THE defined In Soctlon 40A 2 22 of said
COUNTY OF UNION (nol loss lhan Local Bond Law, together with the
two.thirds of all tne mombors reconstruction o l curbs and
thereof affirmatively concurrlhn). AS sirlowalks in and along the sides ol
FOLLOWS:
said roadways as required, and inSection 1. The improvement cluding all work or materials
desclrbed In Section 3 ol tnia Dond noceasQry thorotor or ir oidontal lo
ordinance Is hereby authorized'as a said improvomont, all as sot forth or
general Improvement to be mado or described m preliminary plans with
acquired by The Township ol Cran rospocl Iherolo and to bo further sor
ford. In tho County of Union. Now lonh and doscrlbed m plans and
Jersey. For the said Improvement or specifications to ou orepared
O, jtalfliLJn aald SHctlon 3. t h l
d t l d th lfico p t th
lor and tiled in tho ol
I* hereby appropfnnod~trr
ot tho
sum ol]S64
4S0. salo aumbeinQm CiBTl^n9T!6TocTTroijcrvarra1toTTr
1
elusive of all appropriations modincation. or alteration as may bo
heretotoro mado thorefor and.in from lime to time approved by Iho
eluding the sum ol $450 as tho down Township Committee aa necossary
payment forssldlmprovemenporpur or desirable in connoclion with said
pose required by law and nowimprovomont
available thorotor by virtue ol provi
slon In a previously adopted budrjei
(b) T h e estimated maximum
or budgets of the Township tor down amount ol bonds or notes, lo be
payrrhsAtot^lflt capllal Improvomonl issuod tor said purposo Is $9,000
purposes and lncfdtfmВ«J*~В»4Mk. Iho
(c) The estimated cost ot said pur
sum ol 155 0O0 roco!v«t'Or«»psclod-<
is $64 460. Iho oxcoss Ihoroof
to be reKllved by Ihe Township Irom poso
nnВ»>'В«3t#nВ«teti-*naximum
the federal rjovernoment Community o v e n n В« В» В» x > В« 3 t # В« e * ,
Development Block Grant funds as a amount ol bonds or-noxos to bo
grant In aid of financing said im issuod thorolor being Iho among ot
the said 1450 down payrrВ»ent-4ot-aald.
provoment or purposo
purpose and lha amount ol Iho said
Soctlon 2" For Ihe linancing o l . $55 000 grant from the Community
said Improvement or purposo and lo Devolopmonl Block Grant lunds
meol Ihe part ol said S64.450 ap
Section 4 Tho lollowlnn addleiermlnpiOffilatUw-nol-picwdorl1 Inr hy iia_
plication horoundor*ol said down
payment and grant negotiable
bonds ol the Township aro horoby
authorized to be issued in tho prin
cipal amount of $9,000 pursuant to
the Local Bond Law ol New Jorsoy
In anticipation ol the Issuance of
said bonds and to temporarily
flnanco said Improvement or pur
pose, negotiable notes of tho
Township "n a principal amount, nol
ID) 1 no penoa or usotuiness 01
exceeding $0,000 are horuby
ifltd purpose within tho limitations
ol said Local Bond Law, according conform with the-provisions ol this
TOWNSHIP OF CRANFOflD
to tho reasonable life theroof c6m- ordinance lo Ihe extent ol any InconCRANFORD. NEW JERSEY
puled from tHe date- of Ihe said sistency herewith and the resolu- PUBLIC
BLIC NOTICE Is
I h
horoby glvon
l tthat
bonds authorized by this bond or- tions .promulgated by the Local the following resolution wao
dinance, Is 10 years:
Finance Board showing all detail of adopted by Ihe Township Commitoo
(c) The supplemental debt state- tho amonded capital budget and off the
th Township
T h i ol
f Cranford
C f o r d at
t a
ment.requlred'by said Law has been capital program as approved by the publlcmeetlngneld at tho Municipal
duly made and filed la the office of Diroclor. Dlvlslpn ol Local Govern- Building; 8 Spiingfleld ' Avenue,
tho Township Clerk, and a complete ment Service's, are on file with tha Cranlord New Jersey on Tuesday."
executed duplicate, .thereof has bean Township Clerk and areavallaol* fo> fllod In the office of fhs Director of public Inspection.
_ . :HE' ORDER OF THE TOWNSHIP
lhВ» Division ,6f Local Government
Section 7. This bond ordinance
OF R.THB
TOWNSHIP
A
Services In Ihe Department ot Com- shall lake ellect 20 days.aflar the COMMITTEE
.
munlty Affairs of the State ot New first publication thereof alter llnal OF CRANFORD.
TOWNSHIP
OF
CRANFORD'
Jersey^ and such statement shows adoption, as provided by said Local
ment between the Townahlp ol rjranCRANFORD, NEW JERSEY
thai the gross debt of the Township Bond Law>
lord. New Jersey..and tho aald firm
RESOLUTION
as defined In said Law Is Increased
of'Luster and Quarrleilo Aaaoclates,
Gene
MaMrroIt
la
the
opinion
ol-the
by Ihe authorization of the bonds
Inc., for the profeealonaj onglneer*
Chairman
ol
the
rm+H»«—ol
tho
and notes provided lor In this-bond
Ing services to bo rendered by I t to
Township Committee Townahlp ol Cranlord that it la In tho the
ordinance by $9,000, and the said
Townahlp of Cranlord;
beet
Interest
of
tho
Townahlp
lo
obligations authorized by this bond
.2. This contract Ig awarded without
.. engao* an export lo.^urnlsj} profes- competitive bidding * as "profes*
ordinance will be within all debt ATTEST:
^
'
sional engineering aervTcei In con- alonal aervlcoa" under the provllimitations prescribed by laid Law ,
' N . Phllo
nection with a Held Inspocllon an'd alons ol the Local Public Contracta
(d) An aggregate amount not exIlp-etefk
Held supervision ol Ihe roconatruc- Law becauae the proloaalonal sorcoedlng 112,000 for Interest on said NOTICE OF PENDING ORDINANCE tlon of Lincoln Avonuo; and
ylcea contemplated.aro of-such'a
obligations, costs of Issuing said
The ordinance published herewith
WHEREAS, Ihe Local Public Con- nature that It does not lend llaell to
obligations, engineering costs and was Introduced and passed upon tracts Law (r-I.J.S. 40A, 111 et soq.) competitive
and
other Items of expense Tfstod In and first reading at a meeting.of the requires that a Roaolutlon of tho3. A copy of bidding;
Resolution shall bo
pormlttod undor section 40A:2-2O of Township Commlttoe Of thegoverning bodv authorizing award of publlahed inthla
tho Cranford Chronlclo
. said Law may be Included as part ot Township ol Cranlord, in the county c o n t r a c l a for " p r o l e a a l o n a l aa roqulrnd by low within ton (10)
tho cost ot said Improvement and Is ol Union, New -Jorsey. held on July ' aorvlcea" without compqtltlvo bids daya of the adoption.
lncludo.0 In the foregoing estimate 26. I98l.lt will be turfher consldorod must be pubUeW advortlaed. Gono Marino
lor llnal passage alter public hearlnq
theroof
NOW, T H E R E F O R E . BE IT
Mayor, Towrrshlp ot Cranford
Section 5 The lull faith and credit thereon at a mealing of sala RESOLVED, that Ihe Townahlp Comot Iho Township aro horoby pledged Township Committee to be held in mittee ol Irte Townahlp of Cranlord Woaley N Phllo
to Iho punctual pqymont ot the prin- Ihe Municipal Bulldlnn In said does hereby engage Ihe llrm ol Townanlp Clark
cipal ol and interest on tho aald Township on August 25,1981, at 8:00 Lualor and Guarrlollo Aaaociatoa. Dated: August 6 1981
.
o'clock P M. and during the week Inc . 2279 South Avonuo. Woslliold. Foo J20 В«
^milflaВ«oВ«auВ«HUadJ)y_Jlsbnd_
i l В« U U d J J h l b d
ordinance Said obligations shairbe ^prTorToTimrnpTDTind-tnclodlnorth*
-New—Jemey—O7OS0—to— oaxlai/n
date
ol
such
mooting
Copies
orsatd
direct, unlimited obligations of the
noceaaary onglnoorlng aervlcoa reTownship, and Iho Township shall ordinance will be made available at quired In the matiora lo which
be obligated 'to lovy ad valorem the Clerk's Office In said Municipal reloronce Is made In tho proamblo o l .
Building
to.
the
mombers
ol
iho
taxos upon all the taxable proporty
1
this Roaolution at a loo ol 6% ol tho
within tno township for Ihe payment general public who ahall request tho actual coal, and
ot said oblUjotlona and interest same
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
Ihoroon wtrrTOut limitation ol rato or
WESLEY N PHILO 1 Tho Mayor is horoby authoruod to
amount . Township Clerk algn and Ihe Townahlp Clerk lo atSoction 6 The capital budget ol Datod: August 6. 1981
tost and alrlx tho soal ol Iho
tho Township is horoby amendod lo Fee: 182 В« .
Tow.nshlp ol Cranlord to an AgraO'
TURNPIKE
The New Jersey Turnpike's toll collection
system will be masterminded by computers
beginning next January.
Corrected Copy
В° V ? h . r a . В» f f Jnfe??S.J.n. 10 Section 57d o. .he
tandUieLa*
All other appllcellons
'
„..„,-,
As to applications pursuant I r j N J S 40 55D 37s
Where I h * appeal, request or application relates to
A minor subdivision:
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11000
(•Plus charge loi each 19J in proposed subdivniont
* в„ў f f f l ! * ! ' l В± В« h ,0,'in p,opo.ed subdivision,
W l ch.ro. lor each r...rm8 ,n e,c... 0. Iwo
the
, • lor street openlnQs pursuant to cnapi.r i >u • • •»».--.•
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LEGAL NOTICt
BOROUGH OF KENILWORTH
KENILWORTH, NEW JERSEY
ORDINANCE NO H I *
AN OROINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER 91 OF
THE COOE OF THE BOROUGH OF KENIUWORTH
BE IT OROAI NED by tho Qovornlnfl Body ol Ihe Borourjn ol K.nil*orth
SECTION 1 Thil PВ«rВ«graph 1 ot A'rticl. 1 ol Ch.ptВ«r 01 I ollhe Cod, o
lhВ« Botouoh ol Ksnilworth bВ« .mend.d m regard to i n . t . . . est.bi sh.d or
sppllcstlons lor development pursuant to Ghnpier 30. Lend Use Pro.
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AS f ?o';"p..l. 0 p'rs U .n. .0 N J S 40 MD 70 Where the .ppe.L ..quest
•or sppllcillon concerns premises used or proposed to be used tot
A single one Umlly residence
„„„.„„.,
Where tppllcsllon is mede pursu.nl lo Section 57d ol the Mumopji
L.nrJU.eL.w
.
Allolhersppllcsllons
,
,„ . .
Resldenlltl purposes other lhan s single onelsmiiy residence
Where sppllcollon is made pu.suanl to Seciion ira ol the
\Zaoo
Lend Use U w
All olner application*
One or more business purposes
В»IH. I n .
Where application is made pursuant lo Secl.on 67d ol ihe 175 00
Land us* Law
All other ippllcallons
A neighbor eyes suspect-^-
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