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Battery thief assaults store manager LH) nab car thieves after fast, high-powered chase By C in d y C a m ta n i A 3 6 -y ea r-o ld Je rse y C ity m an was sent to th e B erg en C o u n ty Jail T u es­ d ay a fte r b e in g a rre ste d fo r robbery, L y n d h u rs t P o lic e C h i e f J a m e s B. O ’C o n n o r said.

A lh a m b ra S ta te C a r a v a n to m e e t T h e m o n th ly m ee tin g o f th e S tate C a ra v an o f the A lh a m b ra w ill tak e p la c e o n F r id a y , M a rc h 3 in th e A m e r i c a n L e g io n P o s t 1 3 9 in L y ndhurst. R e g io nal D irec to r Jo e S h e e d y w ill lead th e b u sin e ss a g e n d a at 8 p.m . a n d a d v ise th e p lan n in g o f im m in e n t e v en ts. A ll S ir N o b le s are in v ite d to a tte n d . H e a c k n o w led g e s th e d o n a tio n o f $ 6 0 0 to th e N o rth A rlin g to n E lk s for t h e ir c h ild r e n ’s p ro g ra m a t C a m p M oore b y the E 1 S heedy C aravan 192 o fN o rth A rlington. H e is a Past G rand C o m m a n d e r o f th a t c a ra v a n .

Scholarship money for Lyndhurst students Lyndhurst E m blem C lu b # 7 2 is o f­ ferin g a S I ,000 sc h o la rsh ip to any L yndhurst resid en t grad u a tin g from h ig h sc h o o l th is Ju n e a nd p lan s to en te r the m edical or educational field. In te re s te d stu d e n ts m ay c o n ta c t th e ir s c h o o l's g u id an c e d e p a rtm e n t fo r full particulars o r call 939-6249 for ad d itio n al inform ation. D e a d lin e for su b m ittin g a p p lic a ­ tio n s is M ay I .

O 'C o n n o r sa id D ’A n g e lo assau lted him a n d fled th e store. T h e m anager a n d a n o th e r sto re e m p lo y ee follow ed D ’A ngelo, cau g h t up w ith him , and w restled him to the ground. L y n d h u rst P o lic e a rriv ed on the s c e n e a n d a rre s te d D ’A n g e lo a n d ch arg ed h im w ith robbery. H e w as re ­ m an d ed to th e B ergen C o u n ty Jail a f­ te r Ju d g e G eo rg e Sav in o set bail at $ 5 0 0 cash, n o 10 p ercen t option. T h e sto re m anager w as treated at

First C a re fo r in ju ries to his m outh. A cco rd in g to O ’C o n n o r, D ’A ngelo w as ch arg ed w ith ro b b ery instead o f sh o p liftin g b ecau se d u rin g th e theft, force w as used and.that force resulted in an Injury.

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lt w as like a scen e o u t o f a m ovie. A vent him from exiting the car and chas­ trio o f stolen c a rs sped, crash ed and ing Turner. T he B M W a pparently got sp u n th eir w ay th ro u g h Lyndhurst, away, Valente said. h in in g a police v eh icle and h a lf d rag ­ T urner ran dow n the road and at­ C h risto p h e r D ’A ngelo w as in the g in g o n e o f the th iev es before tw o o f tem pted to ju m p into the p a sse n g e r’s O 'C o n n o r said b atteries are a fre ­ th ree m en w ere arrested. V alley B ro o k A venue S hop Rite Feb. side o f the Caddy, being h a lf dragged q u en tly -sto len item d u e to the black 2 9 w h e re h e p u rch a se d a so d a and N asir Turner, 20, o f N ew ark w as in the process. T he Caddy, now oc­ m arket value and ease o f resale. Health ch arg ed with hindering apprehension, w a s a lle g e d ly s e e n p o c k e tin g six cupied by both m en, again sm ashed and beau ty item s are also ho t item s receiv in g stolen p ro p erty and e lu d ­ C u rrin o 's vehicle a nd the tw o cars p acks o f b atteries. W hen h e w as ap ­ for thieves. p r o a c h e d b y th e s to r e m a n a g e r . in g p o lic e . D e rric k M o o re, 2 0 , o f w ent into a spin. T he C addy then sped B loom field, w as charged w ith a g g ra ­ aw ay on Rt. 3 East and the pursuit v ated assault on a police officer, re­ w as called off. c e iv in g stolen property, elu d in g p o ­ C urrino returned to headquarters lice and hin d erin g apprehension. and disco v ered th at N ew ark Police Lyndhurst P o lice Det. Sgt. John had p icked up the chase after h earin g V a len te sa id o ffic e r M ike C u rrin o the in form ation b ro ad c a st b y LPD . h eard o v er the rad io that H asbrouck C urrino gave descrip tio n s o f the tw o H eig h ts P olice had been in pu rsuit o f m en a nd indicated that T u rn e r w as a sto len C adillac. C u rrin o sp o tted the likely injured from b eing dragged. c a r tra v e lin g on Polito A venue and In the end, B loom field found the no ticed a B M W and A cura follow ing C addy aban d o n ed a nd c alled in their close behind. As soon as he put on K -9 unit to track dow n the m en, w ho his lig h ts, th e th re e c a rs in cre a se d w ere brought into c u stody soon a f­ th eir speed. ter. C urrino w ent to B PD , positively V alente said that C u rrin o w as fo l­ identified T urner and M oore, and both low ing the c a rs o n to the Rt. 17 S er­ w ere tra n s p o rte d to L y n d h u rst fo r vice R oad w hen the A cura spun out p ro ce ssin g . o f c o n tro l a n d sk id d e d a c ro s s the highw ay. T u rn er rep o rted ly ju m p e d Bail w as set at $ 3 2 ,5 0 0 for M oore, ou t a n d attem p ted to flee the area on no 10 percent option. T urner’s bail was fo o t. A t th a t p o in t, V a le n te s a id , set at $7,500, n o 10 percent option. Everybody in ttw pool! - O r in th is c a s e , t h e o c e a n . M e m b e r s o f t h e L y n d h u rs t P o lic e D e p a r tm e n t p a rtic i­ M o o re, w h o w as d riv in g the Caddy, B o th m en w ere tra n s p o rte d to the cra sh e d into C u rrin o 's veh icle to pre^. B ergen C ounty Jail. p a te d in t h e A n n u a l P o la r B e a r P l u n g e a t P o in t P l e a s a n t B e a c h T h e chilly s w im t o o k p l a c e S a tu rd a y , F e b . 2 5 t o r a i s e m o n e y fo r S p e c ia l O ly m p ic s . T o p p h o to , left to rig h t a re : L y n d h u rs t P o lic e o f fic e r s M ic h a e l F a ila c e , P a tric k D ev lin , D a n ie l Y a g e r, C h ie f J a m e s O ’C o n n o r, R ic h a rd P izzu ti, A n th o n y P r e ite a n d F r a n c i s O ’R o u r k e B o tto m p h o to left to rig h t a r e : B e r g e n C o u n ty S h e riff’s D e p a r tm e n t Lt M ic h a e l B ra d le y , L y n d h u rs t P o lic e O ffic e rs F a ila c e , D evlin, P iz zu ti. Y a g e r, M ic h a e l C a rrin o , Lt J o s e p h S a r n o s k i a n d C h ie f O 'C o n n o r

S to ry tim e a t lib ra ry The C h ild re n ’s R oom a t L ynd h u rst P u b lic L ib ra ry re c e n tly an n o u n c ed th at th e first S p rin g T o d d le r T im e a n d S to ry tim e se ssio n s h a v e begun. C h ild re n a g e s 2 a n d 3 are w e lc o m e to a tte n d T o d d le r T im e e v e ry T u e s­ d a y th ro u g h M a rc h 2 8 , b e g in n in g at 10:30 a.m . C h ild re n a g e s 3 to 5 are w e lc o m e to a tte n d S torytim e every F rid a y th ro u g h M a rc h 3 1 sta rtin g at 1 0 :3 0 a .m . C h ild re n a g e 3 c a n at­ te n d e ith e r T o d d le r T im e o r S to ry T im e , b u t n o t both. Interested p a r­ e n ts c a n r e g is te r th e ir c h ild re n b y c a llin g C h ild re n 's L ib ra ria n D enise ' Y a n o sc y a t 8 0 4 -2 4 8 0 .

Broadway trips resume Comm issioner Paul Passamano, Jr., D irector o f the Departm ent o f Recreation, announces that he is re­ suming the trip s to Broadway Shows and tickets are available fo r the fo l­ lo w in g shows: Kiss Me Kate on Wednesday, M arch 29. Orchestra seats cost $88. Aida on Wednesday, A p ril 12. Orchestra seats cost $76. The WildParty on Wednesday, A p ril 26. Orchestra seats cost $77. Satur­ day Night Fever on Wednesday, May 10. Orchestra seats cost $76. There is a no refund policy on a ll trip s and tickets must be paid fo r w ith checks/money orders only. If reserving b y telephone, paym ent m ust be made w ithin five (5 ) w ork­ ing days. Transportation is included and fo r further inform ation, ca ll Ruth at 8042484.

Defunct car dealership may yield to new eatery t v B o i J ohnson T h e fo rm e r D e M a w i C a d illa c S ite in th e m ead o w lan d s m ay b e rep laced b y a re s ta u ra n t a n d c a te r in g h a ll, a c co rd in g to M a y o r J a m e s G uida. T h e m ay o r sa id th e o w n e rs o f Ponti R e s ta u r a n t in N e w Y o r k , a w e ll k n o w n e a te r y , h a v e m a d e a $2 m illio n o ffe r o n th e v a c an t site n ow ow n ed b y G e n e ra l M o to rs.

T h e 8 .5 a c re site is n o w co n tro lle d b y G M since D eM assi w en t b ankrupt s e v e r a l y e a r s a g o . T h e la n d is a ssessed a t S2.5 m illio n a n d G M 's la n d h o ld in g c o m p a n y A rg o n o u t H o ld in g s o f Pon tiac M ich ig an p aid $ 6 2 ,0 0 0 in tax es on th e site last year. T h e lan d w a s a s se s s e d a t a m u ch h ig h er fig u re o f S4.3 m illio n sev eral

y e a rs a g o , b u t A rg o n o u t h ad filed a tax ap p eal to red u c e its tax e s sin ce tak in g o v e r th e d e fu n c t d ealersh ip . M a y o r G u id a sa id th e resta u ra n t a n d ca te rin g h all, i f a p p ro v e d , w o u ld b e a g o o d c o m p l e m e n t to th e p ro p o se d g o lf c o u rse a n d recreatio n ce n te r targ eted fo r th e m ead o w lan d s.

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o f th e to w n h a ll. U p g r a d in g th e p o lic e ra d io a n d c o m m u n ic a tio n s eq u ip m e n t w as a v ital facto r in th e re n o v a tio n s o f b u ild in g . T h at n ew e q u ip m e n t h a s b e e n in s ta lle d in p o lic e h ead q u arters, b u t G u id a sa id it c a n n o t b e u s e d u n til n e w co m m u n icatio n to w ers are erected . In th e m eantim e, the o ld po lice rad io e q u ip m e n t h o u s e d in a te m p o ra ry tra ile r, w ill co n tin u e to serv e as th e p o lic e c o m m u n icatio n s center. O n e n ew co m m u n ica tio n s to w e r w ilt b e b u ilt in the m ead o w s a re a o f to w n a n d th e o th er w ill b e erected

b e h in d th e to w n h a ll. N o to w e r will b e b u ilt o n th e m u n ic ip al b u ild in g r o o f, a s th e last, to w e r w a s , s a id G u i d a b e c a u s e t h e e q u ip m e n t d a m a g e s th e b u ild in g ’s roof. G u id a sa id p a rt o f the co st o f the to w e rs w ill b e o ffse t b y ren tin g space o n th e to w e rs to teleco m m u n icatio n s c o m p an ies. “ W e h a v e l o t s o f c o m p a n ie s c o n ta c tin g u s a b o u t ren tin g s p a ce on th e to w e rs,” sa id th e m ayor. G u id a say s h e h o p e s th e m u n icip al b u ild in g will b e fu lly occupied b y the e n d o f M arch.

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D R IV IN G O N REVO KED -A 27year-old Kearny man was arrested Feb. 2 7 at about 5:22 p.m. fo r driving w ith a suspended license on Grant Avenue. He was also charged w ith having an unregistered vehicle. He vehicle was towed and he was re­ leased on summonses. IN TO X IC A TE D PERSON - A 27year old C lifto n man was arrested Feb. 2 3 at about 12:33 p.m. fo r wan­ dering around intoxicated near the Lyndhurst B urger K in g . He was transported to St. M ary’s Hospital under the ATRA program. CDS INFLUENCE- A 31 -year old Lyndhurst man was arrested Feb. 23 *9 :3 3 p.m. f o w alk«» errattadty in

th e a re a o f K in g sla n d A v en u e a n d R iv ersid e Avenue. A cco rd in g to p o ­ lice rep o rts, h e w as a lm o st hit by sev ­ e ra l c a rs w hen so m eone called h ead ­ q u arters. P o lic e said th at upon q u es­ tio n in g , th e m an a d m itte d h a v in g d o n e h ero in e arlier in th e day and th at h e h a d n ’t sle p t in 14 days. H e w as a rre ste d a n d ch arg ed w ith b e in g un­ d e r th e in flu en ce o f a C D S , sp ecifi­ cally hero in . H e w as released o n sum ­ m o n s a n d tra n sp o rte d to H ackensack U n iv ersity M ed ical C enter. DWI - A 2 7 -y ear old L yndhurst m an w as a rre ste d Feb. 2 4 a t 8 :0 8 p.m . fo r d riv in g w h ile in to x icated in the a re a o f R id g e R o a d and V alley B rook Av­ en u e . H e w as a lso c h a rg e d w ith ru n n in g a re d light, d riv in g w ith a sus-

p e n d e d license a n d h av in g n o insur­ ance. H e p o sted $ 2 5 0 bail a n d w as released to N e w M ilfo rd PO Iice on four a c tiv e w arrants. S H O P LIFT IN G - A 2 7 -y ea r old K earny m an w as arrested Feb. 27 at about 3:39 p.m. for shoplifting S39.70 w o rth o f batteries. H e w as released X)n sum m ons.

ISP V IO LA T IO N - A 27-year-old Lyndhurst w om an w as arrested Feb. 2 7 fo r v io la tin g th e s tate’s Intensive Su p erv isio n P ro g ram . State ISP o f­ ficers c a m e to th e tow n sh ip w ith an a rrest w arrant. T h e w om an had origi­ n a lly b e e n a rre ste d fo r p o ssessio n o f CDS. She w as tran sp o rted to the Bergen C o u n ty Jail._______________

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T h ro u g h o u t th is p ast cen tu ry ou r a re a o f S o u th B e rg e n h a s b e e n sa d d le d by th e u n sig h tly m ou n d s a n d sm ells o f garb ag e, so m e hills as high as tw o h u n d red fee t a nd a lso the hun d red s o f g a rb a g e tru c k s that h av e trav eled on o u r ro ad s. The en v iro n m en tal d a n g e rs that h av e com e w ith th e g a rb a g e , such a s the leak in g into o u r w a te r, the escap in g o f m eth a n e g as, a nd the fires o u r resid e n ts h ad to fig h t w ere j u s t a few d a n g e rs w e h a v e h ad to p u t up with. O n e o f o u r m ajo r roads, th e N e w J e rs e y T u r n p ik e , r u n s th ro u g h w h at h as b een in th e past d escribed as an u nsightly “co rrid o r” o f South B erg en . T ak e th is ro u te o r o u r o th er m ajo r ro ad , th e Parkw ay th ro u g h S o u th J e r s e y o r N o rth Jersey and o n e d o es no t §ee m ounds a n d m o u n d s o f g arbage. In th e p ast m an j^ p ro m ise s w ere m ad e b y th o se a u th o rities in charge o f g arbage so m e kept, so m e broken. T h e o n e fact th a t d o es ex ist is that th ere is a h u g e b o n d in g d e b t ow ed b y th ese a u th o ritie s. It is n o t m y inten tio n to g o into, o r p lac e a ny b lam e at th is tim e. Surely, th e State o f N ew Jersey can fin d a b e tte r w a y to pay o f f th is debt th an ta k in g N e w Y o rk ’s G arb ag e p r o b le m a n d d u m p in g it o r tra n sfe rrin g it to So u th B ergen. W e are n o w in th e 2 1 st century a n d hav e sta rte d to fo rg e ah e ad as

th e G o v e rn o r h as stated, w ith m ore “ O p en S pace" p lans w ith p a rk s and recreation for all, a n d to m ak e ou r m eadow lands a place for all o f South B ergen to b e p ro u d of. T ru c k in g in to n s o f g a rb a g e w o u ld o n ly be u n s ig h tly a n d n o t o n ly ru in o u r ro ad s, but w ould put an e n d to the p lans th at have been on the d raw ing b o a r d o f a g o l f c o u r s e , h o te l, restaurant, park, tennis c o u rts and o th e r re c r e a tio n a l f a c ilitie s th a t c o u ld begin this spring. T here m ay be c ertain to w n s that w an t this garbage because th e y see N ew York m onies com ing in to solve a n y p ro b le m s th e y m a y h a v e . I b elieve that th ey sh o u ld first realize th e im position th ey m ay be putting o n th eir n e ig hboring tow ns w h o do not w an t this so c a lle d com m odity c o m in g th rough o r by th eir tow ns and c o n sid e r the safety a nd health o f th ese citizens. In c losing, I ask that the B ergen C o u n ty A u th o r itie s w h o w o u ld solve N ew Y ork’s garbage by taking m o n ie s to p a y o f f t h e i r d e b t, reconsider a nd sto p negotiating with N ew Y ork. P erhaps they can petition the G o v e rn o r to release som e o f the S tates su rplus to relieve this debt. In a ny e v e n t as M a y o r o f L yndhurst I w a n t n o g a rb a g e o r h u n d red s o f g a rb a g e tru ck s ro llin g th rough ou r to w n sh ip .

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Jail escapee? Nope, just a man wearing a County tee A ro se by any o th er n am e m ay still b e a rose, but a ja il e scap ee m ay not b e th at at all.

A cco rd in g to the report a m an in an o range tee-shirt with " B ergen County Jail” w ritten on it. w as seen c rossing R oute 46. The report was enough to send the counts jail into a lockdow n m ode

O ffic e rs at the B ergen C ounty Jail sp ra n g in to a c tio n last n ig h t w hen they received a call from Saddle Brook P o lic e that a “ p o ssib le escap ee had been seen on R oute 4 6 .“

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p u t ' Ten Lyndhurst 6th graders (one boy and one girl from each of the schools) were recognized for winning an essay contest sponsored by the Lyndhurst Eblem Club #72 The essay topic was. “W hat it means to me to live in America The winners, shown above, received a S50 savings bond and a certificate of recognrtion Pictured left to right, top row Peter J Norcia, President, Lyndhurst Board o f Education. Diane Carini, Vice President, Board of Education; Joseph Abate J r. Superintendent; Dr Timothy B Geary, Assistant Superintendent Third row Nicholas J DeGregorio, Principal, Jefferson School; Richard R Vartan. Principal W ashington School, Joseph Sferruzza. Principal. Columbus-Lincoln Schools, ¿leanor Richard, teacher, Lin­ coln School; Thomas Grillo Jr . Principal, Roosevelt School, Michael Picardo, teacher, Franklin School, Dennis S. Sluka, Principal, Franklin School Second row Anita Zarillo. Board member; Joseph Scardmo, Lincoln School; Rebecca McGuire. Jefferson School; Christopher Uhlick, Franklin School. Caitlin Poahllo, Franklin School; Lisa Klein, Language Arts Supervisor First row; Arlene Van Clief, Emblem Club chairperson to Am ericanism and Youth Programs; Robert Wilechanski. Jefferson School; Adriana Manzo, Roosevelt School Not pictured Bnttany Dimler (Lincoln), Michael Londino (Roosevelt); Amanda Haas (Washington)

T h e St. M ic h a e l’s R osary Society in L y n d h u rs t is in v itin g e v e ry o n e a lo n g o n tw o u p c o m in g trips. O n M arch 9. th e S o ciety is s p o n ­ so rin g a trip to Show boat C asin o in A tlan tic C ity . T h e cost is $ 18 w ith a retu rn o f $ 17 a n d a $3 food voucher. The b us leaves th e St. M ich aels p ark ­ in g lot at lQ a.m . F o r p e o p le w h o w an t to see the o rig in a l, the So ciety h as a rran g ed a trip to Las V egas. T h e $ 5 8 9 p er p e r­ son cost covers a n o n -sto p flight from N e w a rk A irp o rt a n d six n ig h ts at H a rra h 's Resort. A b u s to the airport is a lso pro v id ed . F o r m o re in fo rm atio n o n b o th o f these program s, call Fran at 933-4536.

Bergen Workforce celebrates women’s history D u ring the m onth o f M arch, the B e r g e n W o r k f o r c e C e n t e r in H ack en sack will p resent a series o f s p ecial pro g ram s a nd e v e n ts to c o m ­ m em o rate W om en's H isto ry M onth T h is y e a r's them e is “ L ife Passages: W o m en's Jo u rn e y into the 2 1 ” C e n ­ tu ry .” J o y c e F. B aynes. S u p e rin te n d en t o f E n g le w o o d Public S c h o o ls, will sp e ak at th e o p e n in g c e re m o n y on M arch 6. O n M arch 28. M ary C onrad w ill d e liv e r th e c lo s in g r e m a rk s .

W orkshops d u rin g th e m o n th will inclu d e “ Legal Issu es for th e S a n d ­ w ich G e n eratio n ." “N atu rally B e a u ti­ ful, H ow to Let th e R eal You Shine T h r o u g h ,” “ F in d in g th e T r e a s u r e W ith in “ and "M y C o n fid en t S e lf T e c h n iq u e s on A c h ie v in g S e lf-E s ­ teem ." In addition, a p anel d isc u ssio n featu rin g a n utrition th era p ist, a p e r ­ so n a l train er, a g y n e c o lo g ist a n d a m em b e r o f the c le rg y w ill d isc u s s w o m e n 's e m o tio n a l, p h y s ic a l a n d sp iritu al health.

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Governor launches family service coordination plan G o v . C h ristie W hitm an a n d th e N J D ep artm ent o f H um an S e rv ic e s re ­ c e n tly launched the K in sh ip N a v ig a ­ tor, a referral service designed to h elp fam ily caregivers coordinate the v ari­ o u s g ov e rn m e n t p ro g ra m s that m ay be a v a ila b le to them . K in sh ip ca re g iv ers are d e fin e d as fam ily m e m b e rs w h o p a re n t th e ir y o u n g relatives w hen the natural rela ­ tiv e s c a nnot o r w ill not tak e resp o n ­ s ib i li t y f o r n u r tu r in g t h e i r o w n c h ild re n .In m o st cases, th e n a tu ra l p a r e n ts a re m is s in g , a d d ic te d to d ru g s, ill, incarcerated o r u n ab le to p ro v id e a hom e w h ere a c h ild can th riv e w ithout th e th reat o f a b u se o r n eg lect. T h e N a v ig a to r service h elps p eople to id entify a n d apply for pro g ram s s u c h a s T e m p o ra ry A s s is ta n c e to N e e d y F am ilies, F ood S tam ps, M ed­ icaid , N ew Jersey K idC are health in ­ s u ra n c e a n d su b sid iz ed c h ild care. T h e N a v ig a to r c a n a ls o c o n n e c t p e o p le to services th at are pro v id e d b y o th e r g o v e rn m e n t agencies. H u m a n S e rv ic e s C o m m is s io n e r M ichele K. G uhl said, “M an y o f these

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Women of Vietnam War celebrated during March T h e N e w Jersey V ietnam V e te ra n s’ M e m o ria l Foundation w ill c e le b rate W o m en’s H istory M onth w ith a s p e ­ cial e x h ib it a n d docum entary film at th e V ietnam E ra E ducational C e n te r in H olm del. T h e V ietnam E ra E ducational C e n ­ te r w ill h ig hlight the c o ntribution o f w o m en w h o served in V ietnam w ith a sp e cia l ex h ib it th at w ill run from M a rc h 2 th rough M arch 29. T h e e x ­ h ib it w ill include p h o to g ra p h s a nd o th e r m e m o ra b ilia th a t rela te s th e e x p e rie n c e o f m ilitary and c iv ilia n w om en. O n Saturday, M arch 11 at 1 p.m ., th e E du c a tio n a l C enter will p resent

No Time for Tears Vietnam— The Women Who Served. T his o n e-hour d o c u m e n ta ry presents new insights in to th e rea lity o f w ar a nd its linger­ in g im p a c t o n society. In this film , sev en w om en tell, in their ow n w ords, w hy th e y w en t to Vietnam , w hat they d id w h ile “ in country” a nd how th e

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M IL L E N N IU M B A L L - (black tie optional) will b e held on Friday, M arch 10, at Infem os and the Duprees. Tickets are $60 per person. M ail checks payable to B orough o f North Arlington. 214 R idge Road, attn: M illennium Ball, o r contact 991 -6 0 6 0 to reserve a table.

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S P R IN G A U C T IO N - S acred Heart L ead ersh ip C o u n cil w ill hold th eir A n ­ nual Spring A uction on Friday, M arch 10 at the Sacred Heart Social Center, 655 Valley Brook Ave., Lyndhurst f o r tick ets call P atty at 933 -0 7 8 3 o r the school at 9 3 9 -4 2 7 7 . N o one under 18 will be adm itted. D o o rs O pen at 7 p.m. Tickets a re $3.50-, N o tick ets w ill b e sold at the door. T ick et d ead lin e is M arch

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K ID D IE PL A Y S - “T h e Pied P ip e r” and “ T h e U gly D u ck lin g ” tak e place M arch 4 and M arch 5 at I p.m. at the Spotlight Theartre Company, William Paterson College, Wayne. All tickets a re $6. C all 9 7 3 -7 2 0 -2 176 for reserv a­ tions.

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W O R L D M U S IC C E L E B R A T IO N - T h e D ru m m ers o f W est A frica, a 35m em ber com pany, p erfo rm s M arch 4 at 8 p.m . at th e John Harms Center, 30 North Van Brunt St., Englewood T ickets are $3 5 , $ 3 0 , $25 and $2 0 . Call 2 0 1-5 6 7 -3 6 0 0 for reservations.__________________ -

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H A N G T E N - A H aw aiian -th em ed fashion sh o w w ill b e h e ld at St. Mary Elementary School, Rutherford on T h u rsd ay , M arch 2. T ic k et c o st is $35, which includes d in n er and D J entertainm ent. F or tick et inform ation call Laura at 4 6 0 -8271.

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W IN P R IZ E S - A Pot O’ G old Tricky Tray will be held at S t Michael's School S u n d ay , M arch 12 in the C h u rc h H alt. D o o rs o p e n at 12:30 p.m . T ick et co st is $ 5, w hich in clu d e s a s h eet o f sm all p rize tick ets, c a k e and coffee. Fo r ticket inform ation c all the school o ffice at 9 39 -0 3 5 0 . T ick et deadline is M arch 9. N o tick ets w ill b e sold at th e door._________________________

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H U C K F IN N - H uck Finn a n d the M ighty M ississippi will be held at John M arch 12 at noon and 3 p.m. The show is recom m ended for ch ild ren ag es five and up All tick ets are $12. C all 2 0 1 -5 6 7 -3 6 0 0 for reservations.

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S P R IN G F A S H IO N S H O W -B ecton Regional H igh School Project G rad u a­ tio n 2 0 0 0 a lo n g w ith th e sen io r c la ss o f 2 0 0 0 w ill h o st a d in n er/fa sh io n show on W ednesday. M arch 22, at 7 p ,m at the Fiesta on Route 17, Wood-Ridge. 1 ickets cost $ 3 5 .1 here will be a 5 0/50 raffle, a raffle for a 4 3 ” w ide screen TV, a n d fash io n show by the se n io r class stu d en ts w ith fash io n s p ro v id e d by S o p h isticated B ride, B o b 's Stores, D ress B am a n d B a rry ’s Form als.. T ick ets m ay b e p u rch a se d in a d v an ce by c o n ta c tin g B everly N e v ille a t 8966 0 8 1 or Sue G uhl at 9 3 5 -1 0 4 1 after 3 p.m.

Community dinner at QPHS Q u e e n o f Peace High Sch o o l is h o s tin g its s e c o n d a n n u a l C o m e U n ity D inner o n Su n d ay , M arch 5 from 2 to 6 p.m . at th e San C a rlo R estau ran t in L y ndhurst. T h e g oal o f th e d in n er is to c e l­ e b ra te all o f th e c o m m u n itie s that m ake u p the Q .P.H .S. fam ily. A ccord­ in g to th e sch o o l, th e student b o d y is c o m p rise d o f n e a rly 70 0 stu d e n ts tro m 4 7 to w n s in B ergen. H udson. L-ssex. Passaic a n d U nion C o u n ties, re p re se n tin g a cro ss-sec tio n o f the m ajo r eth n ic a n d racial co m m u n ities in th e su rro u n d in g area. Q .P .H .S . d i­ rector o f developm ent Tony Chiariello rem a rk e d , “ W e w o u ld like to see all these co m m u n ities represented at this d in n er. W e w an t to see Q .P.H .S past, c u rre n t a n d fu tu re p aren ts...stu d en ts.

alu m n i and ‘frie n d s’ o f th e sch o o l.” C h iariello a n d th e sc h o o l’s d ire c ­ to r o f a d m issio n s/re c ru itm e n t R ick In g raffia h av e a sk ed Q .P .H .S . stu ­ d e n ts to e n tertain a t the event. In a d ­ d itio n , DJ Ja im e h a s s ig n e d o n to serv e as the d isc jo c k e y . C h ia re llo described the e v e n t as “ a celeb ratio n , a party. W e w an t to sh o w o f f o u r stu ­ d en ts. W e are a sk in g so m e to e n te r­ tain. W e see th e d in n e r a s a fam ily ’ e v en t.” T he cost o f th e event is $ 3 5 p er person, with a fam ily o f three allow ed in fo r $95. T h is p ric e in clu d es a b u f­ fet d in n er, so d a a n d entertain m en t, w ith b eer a n d w in e fo r the adults. F o r m o re in fo r m a tio n c o n ta c t In g ra ffia at 9 9 8 -8 2 2 7 , e x t. 3 0 , o r C h iariello at 9 9 8 -7 8 1 4 .

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ton. Paternal g ran d p a re n ts are Stanley and M argaret K w a p n ie w sk i o f North A rlin g to n . P a t e r n a l g r e a t- g r a n d ­ m other is R ose P a w lica o f N orth Ar­ lington.

and was 19 I 4-inches long. M aternal grandparents are Robert

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Sulowska graduates Basic Training A ir Force Airman I dyta Sulowska has g rad u ated from basic m ilitary training at Lackland Air Force Base.

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San A ntonio. lexas. During the six weeks of training, the airm an studied the Air Force m is­ C arlstadt. She is a 1997 g rad u ate of sion. organization, and custom s and Im m a cu la te C o n c e p tio n S c h o o l, received special training in hum an rela tio n s ___ Lodi. N.J._________________________

“Babes” te^ppear atB C C Bergen Com munity College will u sh er in W o m an 's History M onth w ith a q u a r te t o f sassy s in g e r songw riters tvhen O ut ! the Mouths of Bahes M O R E LIFE according 1 1 Four liitch m Bahes is performed on I hursday, M arch 9 ai 7:30 p.m. at the BCC theater I he tro u p e Pour'B itchin' Babes Sally Fingerett, M egan M cDonough. .Debi Smith and Cam ille West com ­ pose their own music, write their own lines and play their own instruments in th is h u m orous and harm onious ride through the heart, focusing on the jo y s and dilem m as o f a wom an’s lile I he Babes sing about getting by, getting it taken care of. getting over

it and, most im p o rta n tly (th ey say), getting it on sale! T h e ir stories and songs mix jaz z , folk, b lu e s and coun­ try in a satiric s e n d -u p a s perform ed by a heavenly chorus. The B abes' so lo a n d jo in t record­ ings now num ber o v e r 2 5 , including th e s o o n -to - b e - r e le a s e d The B ahes B e y o n d Bitchin O th e r CDs include F ax it, Charge It, Don t Ask M e W hat 's F or D inner a n d Gabby Road. T h e th e a te r is l o c a t e d a t 400 Param us Rd. in P a ram u s. T ickets are $18, $ 15 for seniors a n d stu d en ts and $10 for B C C stu d e n ts a n d staff. For m ore inform ation a b o u t th e show call 447-7428.

NA resident now a tech sch o o l g r a d u a te PC A( 1 1 a certified information tech no logy career institute with facilities in E d iso n a n d I a irfie ld , has a n ­ nounced the graduation ol North A r­ lington resident Steve G ravagne. G ra v a g n e c o m p le te d in ten sive tra in in g for h is c e rtif ic a tio n th is m onth fram ing PC AGF is offered for certification as Novell A dm inis­ trator and M icrosoft C ertified Sys­ tem s Engineer, as well as Certified PC Technician and C isco Certified N etw ork Associate.

A ccording to M u h a m m a d Zafir. president a n d fo u n d er o f the school. “C ertification is e sse n tia l in getting a good IT jo b . I f stu d e n ts a re going to invest their tim e a n d m o n ey in a program , they n e e d to k n o w th e y ’ll be pro p erly tra in e d .” P C A G E re­ quires that stu d en ts in te reste d in ap­ ply ing take an a p titu d e te s t p rio r to adm ission. “ It w o rk s w ell in saving both o f us— th e sc h o o l t o d the stu­ d e n t- t im e a nd m o n ey in de te rm in ­ ing w hether o r not an a p titu d e exists.”

V isit P h illy a n d A C w ith P a r k s D e p t. I ht* I V n H h n rc t D n .l .. r-v th e Lyndhursi Parks Departm ent is sp o n so rin g a S pirit o f Philadel­ p h ia A tlantic C ity trip on Tuesday, M arch 28. The cost is $52 per per­

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P a t M e th e n y brings h is n e w e s t jazz trio to the J o h n H a r m s C e n te r on T u e sd a y , M arch 14 at 8 p.m. This m ultiple Grammy w in n er te a m s up with c a s s is t Larry G r e n a d ie r and drum m er Bill Stewart

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De La Hoya gets first of four promised KO’s T h e D e La H o y a and G atti b o xing sh o w proved to be an O sc a r aw ard w in n in g p resentation that d rew rave rev ie w s from M SG a nd H B O . T h e first box in g e v e n t o n the m ain flo o r o f M adison S quare G a rd e n in th e 2 1st C e ntury drew 13.814 fans. T h e return o f O sc a r D e La H oya to M S G b rought a fig h te r in to the rin g w ith s o m e th in g to p ro v e. The ( 3 2 - 1 ) D e L a H o y a h a d lo st h is p rev io u s b out to Felix T rin id a d in a co n tro v e rsia l 12 ro u n d decision. L o o k in g to g e t b a c k o n tra c k , O sc a r has p led g ed to fight four tim es 7 n 2 0 0 0 and*regTsierT 6u r K .U .’s.” " D errell C oley (3 4 -2 ) w o u ld be the b e g in n in g . D e L a H o y a b o d y -sh o t C o le y to the c a n v as in the seventh ro u n d to gain an I B. A. W elterw eight title . A rtu ro G atti (3 1 -4 ) k n o c k e d out Jo ey G a m a ch e (5 5 -4 ) in th e second ro u n d . T h e L ady V ik in g s m eet Palisades P a rk in O p e n in g R o u n d N JS IA A N o r th J e rs e y S e c tio n I G r o u p I actio n on T hursday a t h o m e a t 7 p.m .

T h e S t. M a r y ’ s G a e ls fa c e I m m a c u l a te C o n c e p t io n on W ednesday a t St. M a ry 's R utherford at 7 p.m. A. J. D olan o f the G a e l's w restling team w as the G a e l's o n ly w in n er in D istrict 16. T h e 152 p o u n d g rappler m an ag ed a 19-7 m ajo r d ecisio n o v er B yron A guayo. T he tw o R u th e rfo rd b o y s

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bask etb all team s had im pressive preN JS IA A seaso n -e n d in g wins. T h e B u lld o g s (2 0 -4 ) b reezed by C liffsid e Park (1 2 -1 0 ) 7 4 - 6 1 and the G aels (1 9 -3 ) h am m ered H arrison 7148. The N ew Jersey Red D ogs o f the A ren a F o o tb a ll L eag u e a n n o u n c ed the cessatio n o f tick et sales fo r the

u p c o m in g 2 0 0 0 season. U n fo rtu n ate p la y e r la b o r s trife je o p a rd iz e s th e 14th seaso n o f A ren a Football. T h e L ady V ik in g s u p e n d ed a so lid G r o u p 2 R a m a p o 5 0 -3 8 . T h e 12 p o in t v icto ry is a g o o d tu n e-u p for th e V ik in g s w h o h ope to go a long w ay in th e p layoffs. T h e ro ad w in is a so lid sign for th e V ik in g s w h o o p en th e N JSIA A at h o m e. A g o o d ro a d w in b u ild s co n fid en ce. C elin e Lee lead all sc o re rs w ith 17 p o i n ts . N a n c y M o n a h a n a n d M argarette A b d elkadoos each h ad 13

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T h e h ig h ly to u te d L ady G a e ls o f St. M a ry 's go t an un ex p ected d rillin g from H arriso n 77-64. T h e 13 p o in t G ael lo ss sh o u ld have th e G a e ls v ery p rep a re d in th e first ro u n d o f th e state p lay o ffs. A 5 0 p o i n t c a r e e r h ig h p e rfo rm a n c e from G in g e r Q u in o n e z o f H arriso n c a u g h t the u su ally solid G a e ls ’ d e fe n se by surprise. T rin e tte G o o d in g lead th e G aels w ith 20 p o in ts.

Girls Lower Division remains unstoppable In the N orth A rlington G irls ' R ec­ rea tio n a l B asketball L o w er D ivision. A b e rd e e n S e c u ritie s rem a in e d u n ­ sto p p a b le by beating V ik in g C o m ­ p u te r w ith a score o f 22- 12. K aitlyn S c h a ie fe r w as the h ig h s c o re r for A b e rd e e n w ith 10 p o in ts. K rystal T h o m s o n - a d d e d 8 p o i n ts w h ile A m a n d a Y au had 4 points. K risten P a la te lla h a d h e r g a m e h ig h o f 6 p o i n t s t o le a d V i k i n g . D a n a M a stro lia sunk tw o b a sk ets in the

third q u a rte r a n d N a talie S y ch o ck s a dd ed o n e b ask et d u rin g th e sam e period. In a n o th e r rem a tc h g a m e JW C o u tla s te d In d e p e n d e n c e B an k a n d w o n w ith a s c o re o f 8 - 4 . S a r a h Johnson w as to p sco rer fo r JW C with 6 points w hile A shley M arie M o n ica added o n e b ask et in th e first q u a r­ ter. S am an th a M u rp h y w as th e o n ly s c o re r f o r In d e p e n d e n c e , w ith 4 po in ts in th e critical fo u rth q u arter.

In th e final g am e o f the w eek, G. B roze slid p ast C h esn ey , 18-8. Jackie K eegan led G . B roze w ith 6 p o in ts w h ile A sh ley D iS an to a n d B rittany C o n k lin e a ch p u t in tw o b a sk e ts. A lliso n D a S ilv e a n d K a y la L im a ea ch had o n e basket. C h esn ey h u n g to u g h th ro u g h o u t th e g am e. Jen n a B a lw ie rc z k le d th e te a m w ith 4 p o in ts, w h ile S h an n o n M au rer and Sara K au fm an each a d d ed o n e b as­

R u th e rfo rd re s id e n t F ra n k H errm an n h as em erged as the lead ­ ing scorer for the M ontclair K im berly A cadem y b o y s' bask etb all tea m this season, averag in g 20 points p er gam e fo r the C o u g ars as they e n tered lateseaso n actio n w ith an 8-10 record. H errm ann recen tly sco red 35 po in ts in a 76-55 win o v er O rato ry P rep, the m ost points scored by an M K A player in a single gam e in the past 20 years. H e also had 23 p o in ts in a recent 5953 w in o v er M o n tclair Im m aculate, w hich clin ch ed a first-ev er N JSIA A state tournam ent berth fo r M KA . The 6-foot-2 Sophom ore has led a resu r­ gen ce at M K A , w hich had w on only th ree gam es in each o f the previous tw o seasons.

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s m o o th e d th e c o v e r s b a c k in to p la c e ,

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life tim e le a r n in g c r e d it d o e s n o t h a v e

h e a r a m a n ’s v o i c e o n t h e p h o n e . S h e

in g o v e r th e b e d , th e n h e r b a th r o o m

c h a n g e d p h o n e c o m p a n ie s w ith o u t

a d e g r e e re q u ir e m e n t o r a w o r k lo a d

p r e s s e d th e r e c e iv e r in to h e r b e d ­

lig h t h a d c o m e o n . S h e h e ld h e r

c h a n g in g p h o n e n u m b e rs . N o p ro b ­

re q u ire m e n t. T h e c re d it m a y

c l o t h e s , s o t h e b u r g l a r w o u l d n ’t h e a r

b r e a t h , h o p i n g t h e i n t r u d e r w o u l d n ’t

le m , s h e th o u g h t. “ W h ic h p h o n e c o m ­

it , t o o .

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t h e b e d ; it w a s p a r t l y h i d d e n b y t h e

y o u r c h ild o n y o u r ta x r e tu rn , y o u r

s e c o n d y e a r o f c o lle g e o r o th e r p o s t­

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c h ild c a n c la im a c re d it fo r q u a lifie d

s e c o n d a r y in s titu tio n , y o u m a y f ig u r e

d e g re e p ro g ra m

o r p a rt o f a n o n ­

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v is ib le . S h e h e a rd th e b u rg la r riflin g

B y n o w , fiv e m in u te s h a d p a sse d .

e x p e n s e s h e o r s h e p a id .

a H o p e c r e d i t o f u p t o $ 15 0 0 f o r t h e

d e g re e p ro g ra m ta k e n to a c q u ire o r

y o u r e m e rg e n c y ? ” A g a in , n o o n e a n ­

th r o u g h h e r m e d ic in e c a b in e t. S h e

J o n i c o u l d h e a r t h e i n t r u d e r ih th e

q u a lifie d tu itio n a n d r e la te d e x p e n s e s

im p r o v e j o b s k ills .

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s w e r e d . T h e p h o n e l in e w a s s till o p e n ;

b e g a n t o h o p e it w a s j u s t a j u n k i e w h o

k i t c h e n . S h e ’d h a d a t e r r i b l e m i n u t e

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w o u l d t a k e h e r m e d ic a tio n s a n d le a v e

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l i m i t e d t o s t u d e n t s in t h e f i r s t t w o

n o is e s , th e n n o th in g . P e r h a p s th e

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b e d r o o m lig h t a n d s e a rc h e d t h e r o o m ,

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y e a rs o f p o s t-s e c o n d a ry e d u c a tio n .

c a lle r w a s d e a f, J o e l th o u g h t. H e

h o u s e . S h e j u s t m ig h t liv e th r o u g h

p r o b a b ly lo o k in g f o r h e r p u r s e . J o n i

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b e e n r o l l e d in o n e o f t h e f i r s t t w o

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p o p p e d th e p h o n e r e c e iv e r in to h is

th is . W h e re w e re th e d e p u tie s ? sh e

h a d m ix e d fe e lin g s a b o u t th a t; i f h e

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c o u r s e s d o n o t q u a lif y fo r th e H o p e

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to h e lp . D ia n a re q u e s te d th e p a tro l

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r e c o r d is s u p p l i e d a n d m a i n t a i n e d b y

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p u rs e w a s h a n g in g u n d e r h e r b a th ­

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