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A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION The Westfield Leader and THE TIMES of Scotch Plains - Fanwood Thursday, October 28, 1999 Page 45




Westfield Rescue Squad seeks persons willing to train as Emergency Medical Technicians. Valid NJ Driv. Lic. req., min. 4 hrs./ wk. We offer 24 hr. coverage. Select a duty period that’s right for you. Wkday 9 am 1 pm or 15 pm slots are perfect for parents of school children.

Seeks trainees as Dispatchers. Min. 2 hrs./ wk. All training provided.

Call the Recruiting Team at (908) 2332500 for details


Polish woman is looking for more homes to clean. Experienced. Has own trans. and good references. Serving Westfield for six years.

Call (732) 6070078 Any Time HOUSE CLEANING

Brazilian woman with good references & experience will clean your home.

Please Call (201) 9976345 SEEKING DOLLHOUSE

Looking to buy back a white 3story doll house sold at a 1970 garage sale on corner of Park & Boulevard in Westfield.

Call Cathy (812) 3729775


PartTime sales associate (2 to 3 days per week) to join congenial staff at fast paced, exclusive gift shop in downtown Summit.

Call For Appointment (908) 2732320

WANTED Trains – Westfield dad looking to expand kids Lionel train set. Wants to purchase your new or old Lionel train sets/ accessories.

Please Call (908) 2322225

Sales Associates Honored By Weichert, Realtors

WESTFIELD — Two Sales Associates with Weichert, Realtors’ Westfield office have been recognized for their achievements during September, according to James M. Weichert, President.

Bob Del Russo won the office awards for the greatest number of

listings, the most transaction units and highest dollar volume. He also won an award for his marketing accomplishments.

Mr. Del Russo has more than 20 years of real estate experience. He is licensed in New Jersey and New York and is a member of the Westfield, North Central Jersey, Somerset and Middlesex Associations of Realtors and the Garden State Multiple Listing Service.

He is a repeat member of the New Jersey State Million Dollar Club and

Weichert’s Million Dollar Marketed Club. He is also a member of the company’s 100 Marketed and 100 Sales Clubs in recognition of his career achievements as a Weichert Sales Associate.

Linda Weimer led the office in marketed listings during September. It is the most recent honor for the consistent top producer, w h o s e a c h i e v e ments in 1998 included repeat membership in Weichert’s Million Dollar Club and the New Jersey State Million Dollar Club.

Ms. Weimer has been a licensed real estate professional since 1994. She is a member of the Middlesex and Greater Union County Association of Realtors and the Garden State Multiple Listing Service.

CHADD Meeting Slated For Next Wednesday

MOUNTAINSIDE – Irv Finkelstein will discuss “Living with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)” at the next Western Union County CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder) meeting at Children’s Specialized Hospital in Mountainside on Wednesday, November 3, from 7: 30 to 9: 30 p. m.

CHADD is a nonprofit, national organization which provides education, advocacy and support for individuals with ADHD.

Support groups will meet on Wednesday, November 10, at the same location and time.

For further information, please call Regina Monahan at (908) 3010709.


Fruit & gift basket shop has immediate opening for P/ T basket maker. Flexible hours. Will train. Please call for appointment.

Please Call (908) 3227606 HELP WANTED Hair Stylists – Cranford salon looking for stylists with experience and following. Earn your true worth of 70 percent.

Please Call (908) 2726391 Leave Message


Administrative Assistant PartTime

The United States Golf Association is seeking someone who is organized and detailed oriented to assist our Merchandising Department approx. 30 hours per week. Candidates should be proficient in Word, type 50+ wpm, and be able to work in a fastpaced environment. A teamplayer attitude and excellent interpersonal skills are essential.

Please send resume to: United States Golf Association

Personnel Department AA PO Box 708 Liberty Corner Road Far Hills, NJ 07931 FAX: 9087811735


Driver needed for school van for Westfield to Short Hills run. Each run is approximately 2 hrs. in the morning and 2 hrs. in the afternoon. Must be reliable with a good driving record. CDL license req’d.

Call Donna at (973) 3793442 or Elaine at (973) 6354759

AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE 1996 Saturn SC1 – Exc. cond. approx. 15,000 miles, auto trans., Pwr. Drs./ Locks/ Wind., A/ C, AM/ FM Cass., Pwr Sunroof. $9,200.

Please Call (908) 3891195

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WHS Students are Named National Merit Semifinalists TOP SCHOLARS… These four Westfield High School students have been

named semifinalists in the 2000 Merit Scholarship Program, based on their superior scores on a qualifying test they took during their junior year. Pictured, left to right, are: Marina Powell, Mairen Priestley, Joshua Hoey and Ines Wu.

WESTFIELD — Westfield High School seniors Joshua Hoey, Marina Powell, Mairen Priestley and Ines Wu have been named semifinalists in the 2000 Merit Scholarship Program.

The students are among 15,000 academically talented high school seniors in the United States who have qualified as semifinalists in the annual nationwide scholarship program.

The four National Merit semifinalists achieved their prestigious status in the highly competitive scholarship program by achieving superior scores on the 1999 Preliminary SAT/ National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test, which they took during their junior year.

As high scorers in New Jersey on that test, the four semifinalists, together with others in the state, represent less than 1 percent of New Jersey’s entire 2000 graduating class, according to Westfield High School Principal Dr. Robert G. Petix.

“Our four National Merit semifinalists are exceptionally talented and motivated young scholars whom we are proud to congratulate,” commented Dr. Petix.

“Their outstanding performance in the National Merit program reflects their extraordinary capacity for rigorous academic challenge, hard work and accomplishment,” he added.

Joshua, Marina, Mairen and Ines now have the opportunity to advance to the finalist level and compete for Merit Scholarships by completing a scholarship application package and by maintaining an outstanding academic record.

Each student who attains finalist status will be eligible for a National Merit scholarship in the amount of $2000.

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Bob Del Russo Linda Weimer
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