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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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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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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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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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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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C r e a m o f th e C r o p - North Arlington’s Jefferson School PTO recently honored the students o f the month for November and December

T h e N orth A rlington Elks presented g o o d Citizen a w a rd s to stu d en ts o f W ashington School. S tudents receive* th e aw a rd fo r e x h ib itin g leadership, c o o p e ra tio n , e ff o r t, r e s p e c t, resp o n sib le b eh av io r, c o u rtesy , and serv ic e to o th ers. S tu d en ts receiv in g aw ards w ere V ictoria Ferreira, Renato Segatto, Jessica A m ador, C hristopher R e tc h o , M e li s s a K a c h e l, D a v id C am ach o , G a rric k V erm eal, D ebora Ped ro , Je ssic a Po lan d , S co tt A very, K a itly n S c h a e fe r, E d w ard N o a c k , A m a n d a F ra za o , G e o rg e M cC an n , J o stin e M ejia, L a u ren D eF ressin e, A b ig a il R ey es, S an a S h eik h , C ody W icks, T yler Fasano, C rystal W ojcik, a n d O sm an y M o n tes d e O ca.

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Washington School in Lyndhurst announces its latest honor roll. HIG H H O N O R S- G r a d e 4: Alex C agnacci, L orenzo G rom pone, Lillian Ila rd i, K ev in ln cio n g , M a g d ale n a Ju rczy k , V icto ria Savino. C ourtney W illiam s. G r a d e 5: C o rey G rillo, D anielle G rom pone. Danielle Indri. Caitlin M enzel, M atthew N icol. Jason S c h a rc h . G r a d e 6: S arah R ozek. G r a d e 7: A s h le y A q u in o . D avid D eR o sa, R alph Salazar. G r a d e 8: G ary Serrao. H O N O R S - G r a d e 4: B ria n n a Basile, Sam antha Boniew icz, David C a m p o s , A n d re w C o n ti. C ry s ta l C o r d e ro , K im b e r ly M a rk s . John M la rr dd oo M iz ,, K in M ee rli r li, A A bb ee la M uu nn iz K ee vv in P e d e rse n , B rittan y P ep aj, B rittany

C G r a d e S: 5 : M ic h a e l A q u in o . P a tr ic k B i s h a r a , A l i s s a C a p r ia . D e a n n a G iu lia n o , A n th o n y K im , Raymond M ontoni, A le ja n d ro O rtiz. Jam es O stag, P a m ela R o ss, D a niel Sm o len sk y . G r a d e 6 : A n t h o n y B eatrice, R a c h e l B e n - D a v id , E ric Cagnacci, Patrick D aly, Paul Jurczyk, Daniel Lugo, K yle M ulligan, T heresa S a n ta g a g a , A ly s s a S u a r e z , J a so n T h o rn e , K e lly W a lla c e , M ic h a e l W hite. G r a d e 7 : R o g e r B e rm u d e z . A n th o n y C ir illo , N i c o le M astrantonio, S teven M o rin o , Joseph Sedlock, Sarah Seo. G r a d e 8: A nais De La C ruz, M atthew M e rli, E dith C aballero, S tephanie C a th ro , D ebra Purcell, T e ra s a S groi, m c e „ . Steven aicvc.. R , ozek, ^

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Faust Intermediate honors A lfred S. F aust Interm ediate School East R utherford announced its lat­

B o o k f a i r f u n - Mrs Fonzetti's second grade class at Jefferson School, North Arlington enjoyed selecting

books to buy at the recent book fair sponsored by the PTO.

Students have breakfast with the principal by

C hristine M cG ligan-B runess

Franklin School Principal Mr. Derniis S. S luka recently h e ld his first "B reakfast w ith the P rincipal” program w ith students from k in d er­ garten through eighth grade o f th e school. The program is an o ffshoot o f th e sc h o o l's K indness 2000 p ro ­ gram and is designed to rew ard stu ­ dents w h o show outstanding c o o p ­ eratio n. consideration, and k indness,

as n o m in ated by th eir teach ers. A fter h a v in g b rea k fa st w ith the prin cip al, stu d en ts receiv ed P rin c i­ pal A w ard s C e rtificates fo r th eir e f­ fo rts . T h e f o llo w in g s tu d e n ts r e ­ ceiv ed c ertificates: A n th o n y D e lu d ic ib u s, g rad e one; A le x a K e lly , g r a d e tw o ; G a b rie l G o m e z , k i n d e r g a r t e n ; M a r is s a

A scio n e, k in d erg arten ; Jam ie K elly, g ra d e o n e ; A u d rey L aw ren ce, g rad e fo u r; K im b ere ly K upper, g rad e four; J im m y M in k o ff, g rad e tw o ; Frank A m m ia n o , g r a d e t h r e e ; A m y D eM u ro , g rad e three; K im C o n ro y , g r a d e e ig h t; Jo sep h W h ite , g ra d e fiv e ; L isa T ro n c o n e , g ra d e sev en ; J o r d a n R a m o s , g r a d e s ix ; a n d M ich ael P erry , g rad e eight.

North Arlington HS Fall 499 H onor R%|1 N o rth A rlington H igh School re ­ cen tly ann o u n ced its honor rolls for the second m arking period: H O N O R R O LL (g rad e point a v e r­ age o f 3.4 or better) -F R E S H M E N : N ic o le A q u in o , M ic h a e l B rie n z a , Scott B row n, A ustin C ristobal, C hris­ to p h er D avis. Jeffrey D efressine, Jes­ s ic a D e m e tro u le s , F.dward D o lan , N ic o le F ilip p e lli, M atthew H oller, M ic h a e l Jo h n so n , A nthony L.aico. L a w re n c e L a u e r, M ic h a e l L ertchitvikul. Richard M iller, Sheri N ic h o ls o n , M ark O ro v io , A le x is O w e n s , S e a n R a w d in g , A m a n d a S o ares, D enise Sw edeski. A lexandra S z a tk o w sk i, C h risto p h e r T rin id a d S O P H O M O R E S : Sarah Ali, Steven B anom , Ivy C hiu, Jenna-Leigh D ita, M ic h a e l D e la n ey . T iffany D u n n , C h r is tin e F e rro , D a v id G o r d o n , A liso n K in g . C e lin e L e e . M a rta Lupinski. Allison M anning, M atthew M a re sc a . R achel O stanski, D aniel Paredes. John Perez, Robert R egan. L eticia Relva, Julie Rocha. N a talie R o c h a . C a r la R o d rig u e s , M a rc o S a n t o s , W illia m T o o m a , J o h n Z u k atus IV: J U N IO R S : M argeritte A b d elk o d o o s. T om asz A ntoszczak, R alph Bury, A m y C hiu, M ichele Da Silva, Jennypher D e La Cruz, R obert D o m k e , E rin F e rris , C h r is to p h e r

H irsch , E lif K aracay . W ayne Kim . J a s o n K u rtz , K a th y L am , A n g e la M artinez, N ancy M o n ah an , Susanne N gai, Dolly P andya. S teven Piskadlo. A n d rew R a k o w sk i. D io g o S an to s. Jam es Van D ien. S E N IO R S : M aria B aldasare. M ichele B rien za, Jennifer C a l a b r o , K im b e r ly C a m p a n a r a . M ichael C a rra n o , Irene R C hiong. C alin a C rism ale. V incent C ristobal. B ria n D e la n e y . S te p h a n ie G in o , E s m e r a ld a G u a d a l u p e , M e g h a n H a c k e tt. L a u re n H e b a , J o n a th a n Henry, B ridget H ooks, Jan e Kim , Jin K im , Sam uel K o, M ich ael La Rosa, N atalie l.ip sk i, C a te rin a M angiola, K ristina M arateo, Jo e an a M artinez. N a ta lie N a m o v itz , J a c ly n N g a i. N a ta lie N o tw ic z , C h a rin a O rp illa . I rank R om ano. Veronica S a la/a r. Iva S tric k la n d . D a n iel T u re k , R ic h a rd U rb a n , V a le rie V e s p u c c i, N ic o le W ares, Tara W orth, V incent Xu. C R E D IT L IS T (g ra d e point av e r­ a g e b e tw e e n 3 .0 a n d 3 .3 9 )- — F R E S H M E N : A rian n a Beam , K en ­ n e th B ra is te d . M ic h a e l B u rd u lis , D a v id C lo ssey , Jo a n Cm ielevfcski. Yvette C ruz, B rian Davey, T hom as G o l d a . J e n n is J u e z , N ic o le K avanagh, Andrew K eelen , T hom as K oc, Lukasz L upinski. A n g ela Peso. M atthew Piw ow arski, K evin Q uigley,

N athaly R odriguez, C h ristin a S evers, L in d sey S ig n o re lli, S a rah S m o len . M a g d a le n a T o l o c z k o , D a n ie l W e itn e r, D eanna W o lo w itz . S O P H O M O R E S : A del A b o u -Z id . N ic o le A n a c le to . Jo s e p h C a rra n o . R achael Jerah ian , Vicky K o ukoutsis, Sam uel Leigh, K evin M atos. B ridget M c l a d d e n , S u s a n O 'C o n n e l L Josephine Schettino, T hom as Talway. S te p h a n ie W o rth . L ukasz Z akrzew ski, Jian C h u n Z h an g . A n­ d re w Z u n ig a . J U N I O R S : W esley A rcentales, A n g ela B ab tsik o s, Jason B o o k s ta b e r, D io g o C a d im a , A n a C a s e ir o , A m y C o lu c c i, F lo rb e la C u nha, D aniel D e J e s u s , Jillian D ella V e c c h ia , R e i s to n D ia s , D a r c y D o m in g u es, L in d say G ig lio , M aria C ioncalves. S h aro n G u ise, C h ristin e H a te , M e lis s a J u n n e r. G io v a n n a M a n g io la . M a ry N u n e s , H e c t o r R o d rig u e z , N ic o le S o la n o , K e v in T re a n o r. S E N IO R S : M a ris sa A b b a to , T a n ia A le g re . C h r is tin e B o n a v ita , N ic o le C a rro ll. M ic h e le Dixon, Kenneth D om ke, A aron G eib, A n d reia G ra c a , M e en a K allin i, E d ­ w ard Leigh, M ei C in d y Lin, R aquel P a r a d a , R o b e r t P o th I I. R y a n R aw ding, R ebeca Rios, Brian Scerbo, D o n a ld S w a r t z , P a t r i c ia U r ib e , D an iela V ideira, Lana W andzilak.

Top Students are named at Sacred Heart S acred Heart S chool in L y n d h u rst an n o u n ced its h o n o r roll fo r the se c ­ o n d m arking period: F IR S T H O N O R S - G r a d e 4 A : M atthew M unoz-C ruz, N ic o le Fera, K ristin Leccese, C ourtney M cM anus, S a ra h P o lite s, C h r is tin a S a w ire s . G r a d e 4 B : Julianne C andio-S ekel, R o b e rt G a r illi, J o n a th a n L a x m i. G r a d e 5A : A n d re a A rd ito , L acey G a rn e r, M a tth e w H olt, S te p h a n ie K earney, A nthony Li, C arly M inniti, M arg u rite M o rc o s, N ic o le R épéta. G r a d e S B : J a m ie B u r k e , M a rk C ebula, F rancine Jaum e, P eter Park, N ic o le R o s a m illa , G e e n a R u sso . G r a d e 6 A : C a itlin C a n d io -S e k e l, N ico le H essian. A bigail K ong, Lee P o l it e s , A n th o n y R o s a , A n g e la S o m m e s e , M a tth e w V a n D y k e . G r a d e 6 B : M ic h e lle G e rm in a rio , Je n n ife r L axm i, A llyson M eo, E u ­ g e n e W allace. G r a d e 7A : V ale rie P a lu m b o , G e ra ld W u. G r a d e 7 B : A lexa C ecchini. G r a d e 8A : Laura B ogdanski, M ichael C hipko, C olleen D w yer, M ichael T o m czy k . G r a d e 8 B : Jo s e p h C o la n tu o n o , R o x a n n e M icca. S E C O N D H O N O R S- G r a d e 4A : N ab il A rm out, D avid C anfield, Leah C iria c o , B ria n n a T h o m so n , B rian V a rg a s. G r a d e 4 B : J a m e s A lc id , C risty n B attista, K ellie D unn, T yler M arie Ja ca n g e lo , C hristina Johnson, Isabel P ark, Z a c h a ry Turner. G r a d e 5 A : C h ris tin a H u n te r, T e re sa Lu, K e lly R o le s o n . G rade SB : Ja so n M a n g o , C h ristin a Olsen, A n th o n y

P r ie to . G r a d e 6A : J a c q u e l in e C allandrello. Ashley C appiello. Ryan C lifford, Alberto Infante. G r a d e 6B: D aniel M cln em ey , K enneth Reilly. G r a d e 7 A : N ic o le G r e g g i, A lan V ilch o ck . G r a d e 7 B : Jo n A costa, K atherine B eim e. A llison Blauvelt, Nicole Cervino, Joshua Colgan. G ra d e 8A: John B ag n u o lo , Jill H artm an. M aria Leccese, M atthew M eo. G ra d e 8B : R o s a lia A q u i l a , C h r i s t in a G a rrig a n , D a n ie lle P u tzer, R egina Som m ese, E lisabeth W illiams. G R A D E 3 A C H IE V E M E N T A W A R D S - G r a d e 3 A : C y n th ia A ntunes, Julie C hipko, Jill D eM arco. C o u rtn ey M illan, C h ristin a M iskura, J o h n Paul R iv era, M elan ie R ivera. G r a d e 3 B : E l iz a b e th D e C a r lo , A ria n n a F re ita s, N a ta lia n a G u id a, Jessica R ebelo, D aniel R iv era, A u s­ tin W icks. PER FECT A TTEN D A N CEG r a d e 1A : A ndrea B rattole, V anessa D eL uca, N ico le G regory. G r a d e IB : D avid B au m an n , N ico le C om acchia, K ayla H an ley , C a lv in Lu, M eredith M c P h e r s o n , J e n n i f e r R a m ir e z , K aitlyn Rifici. G r a d e 1C : Stephanie C p n a l, A n th o n y D a p u z z o , R e n e D en is, E rica F o re n za . G r a d e 2A : J a n in e A m a d o , H u s a m A r m o u t, A lyssa R otondo. G r a d e 2B : G regory B uckm an, Jo n a th a n Fan aro . G r a d e 2 C : G e o rg e D e lv illa r. R yan H e n n e s s y , H a n n a h K o n g , F a b ian R o s a r io . G r a d e 3 A : C o u r t n e y M illan , G a b rie lla S a n c ilio . G r a d e 3B : Stephen B aum ann. M ichael G re-

g o ry , N ic o le Jo h n so n . G r a d e 4 A : N ab il A rm o u t. Leah C iriaco , K ristin Leccese, C ourtney M cM anus, N ich o ­ las P aleo lo g o s, O liv a T ry ja n sk i, Ian W allace, S te p h an ie W allace. G r a d e 4 B : Jam es A lcid , C risty n B attista, Jacqueline B rattole, Julianne C andioS ek el, S tep h an ie Forenza, C h ristin a J o h n s o n , J o n a th a n L a x m i, E v a n L e v a n o , C h r is tin e L o m io , Isa b e l P ark, D avid R eilly, Z ach ary T urner. G r a d e 5 A : A n d rea A rd ito , N ico le F o ren za, M ich ael G u arin o , M atth ew Holt, T eresa Lu, C arly M inniti, Jam es M o retto , Faye R osario. G r a d e 5B : J am ie B urke, A n n a M ae M ilici, Lisa N o e, P eter Park. G r a d e 6 A : M ichael B au m an n , Ja cq u e lin e C alla n d re llo , C a i tl in C a n d i o - S e k e l , A s h le y C ap p iello , A lb e rto Infante, A n th o n y R o s a , A n th o n y S a n c ilio , A n g e la Som m ese. G r a d e 6B : V ijay B hutani, R o n ald C inella, M ichele G erm inario, Je n n ife r L axm i, D aniel M c ln e m ey , A lly so n M eo . G r a d e 7 A : G a b riella H ern an d ez, V alerie P alu m b o , K evin R oleson, A lan V ilchock. G r a d e 7B: N ic o le C e rv in o , K ataren a M o retto , D a n ie lle R o sa . G r a d e 8 A : Ja im e A c o c e lla , J o h n B ag n u o lo , C o lle e n D w y e ., Jill H artm an. M aria L eccese, Ram il Tarectecan, M ichael Tom czyk. G r a d e S B : L ia n A m a d o , R o sa lia A quila, N ic h o la s D ’A g o stin o , C hris­ tin a G a rrig a n , K ry stin G u a rin o , Jes­ s ic a M a n g re lla , D a n ie lle P u tz e r, L eig h R e y n o ld s, R eg in a S om m ese.

C ongratulations to C hristen M . Hall, Spelling B ee C ham pion o f Faust Inter­ m e d ia te S c h o o l, E a s t R u th e rfo rd . C h riste n re c e n tly re p re s e n te d h er school in th e B ergen C o u n ty Spelling B e e h e ld a t F a irle ig h D ic k e n s e n U nversity in H ackensack. Sh e com ­ pleted three ro u n d s befo re m isspell­ ing “ dow er” . T he correct spelling w as

est ho n o r roll: M A X IM U M HO N O RS- G r a d e 6: B isant Beshai, K yle B ehrens, Milan C im e r a , A s h le y E n g lo t, K a tie C a l la h a n . G e o T h u k a lil, K aren L assoni, G ibson Kim , Frank Saile. Sim one Y oussef. G r a d e 7: B rittany A d d e o , D a n ie l B e d n a rek . H yeok C ho, Jo an n a D abek, Shannon Dwan. H e le n K im . S h iv an i P atel. Susan P e d e rse n , Ja im ie S a rate lla . Steve S a r d o n i, M e g h a n W ilk . J e s s ic a W oyce. G r a d e 8: Priscilla C am iona, E w e lin a J a k u b o w s k a . J o rd a n c o Jo v anoski. Victoria K ryzsiak. Vicky L e e , C r y s ta l M e n ic o la . E w a Slodow nik. M ichael Wargo.

HIGHLY' 'C O M" M E N D A B L E -G“rade * ' 6: Su Jin Baek, T anya B ry a n t, A rturo C r o c e , K r is tin e D a h l , J o a n n a D obrow olska. A lison L y n c h , D reena M oran, V anessa R o m a n , Jo n a th a n Schneider, S y lv ia S zerszen, M ichael W o y c e . J o s e p h Z a k . G r a d e 7: Jonathan C ho, N ancy F a ra g a lla , Je s­ sica Fernandez, A m a n d a G o n z a lez . R a m o n G o n z a le z , R o b e r t K e in . Caitlin K erw in, K ristin K nurow ski. V la d im ir K o ro lo v , J u a n O ro z c o . M a rissa R o sc itt. S h a n n o n S tu iso . B eata W anczyk. G r a d e 8: Je n n ife r D e lin . A n n a D e s p e ra k , C h r is tin a Follaco. A llison H ajesk i, M atthew M a g n if ic o . V ic to r ia M a la b r ig o . M elba M orel, Kelly O ffreda, M ichael Pappas.

Top Jefferson Students

M alik R o d rig u ez , C a r lo s V a rg a s . Jefferson School in Lyndhurst a n ­ M ahm oud Zidan. G r a d e 5 : K aren nounced its new est honor roll: F o g lio , S a m u e l G a w a r g i , M a rc H IG H H O N O R S - G r a d e 4: J a n k o w s k i, D a n i e ll e J o h n s o n , A hm ad A bu-H akm eh, Tina A dosci, K athleen K im , C h a rle s L a m b ia se . N a ta lie F e n c ik , R ain a F ig u e ro a , A rthur W ilson, M elissa Z ahn. G r a d e K risten Jiosi, Sean M cG rath. Sarah 6 : K haldoon A bu-H akm eh, B ianca M oritz, Frederick M orrone. Daniel A lves. Jacquelyn B erad in o , A shley Pearson. M ichael Pearson. G r a d e 5: C ro w e , N ic o le G i a n e tt i, J e s s ic a N a r a i A h n , S te p h a n ie C r a n d a ll, K ipikasha. Judd M adarang, R ebecca K o n ra d D razy k . S a n g -H o o n Lee, M c G u ire , W illia m M e ie r , S c o tt R an d all T erh u n e. G r a d e 6: Allen M in g a y , K rista N u n z ia to , J e ss ic a F e r r e r , J a y n e F ig u e ro a , D a v id Regos, T om m y S tensgaard. G r a d e 7: G in sb erg , Charles LaCorte. Kerilyn G a s p e r C h i a r a m o n te , M a ria m L o w e n s te in . C h e lsea N a p o lita n o . G a w a rg i. Frank L a m o u rt, N ic o le R o b e r t W ile c h a n s k y , C h r is tin e Low enstein, Im an M etw ally, Chris-J W orm ke. G r a d e 7: Joy A nn [killers, Last m onth. A rch b ish o p M iC a rric k M elvin D eLeon. C assandra N addeo. tin a W e ls c h . G r a d e 8 : H e a th e r an n o u n ced the app o in tm en t o f FatKer A le x a n d e r N a p o lita n o . G r a d e 8: A m brosio, N icole B e ntivegna, A lex W illia m J. F a d r o w s k i. P a s to r o f G ina A loe, M ichelle D ePinto, Janet C sedrik, M arybeth C u n n if f, M ark Q u e e n o f P e ace Parish in N orth A r­ G insberg. DeLeon, Jennifer M cC arthy, A llison lington, a s a C h ap lain o f H onor o f H is Penney, Jennifer Paciga, R yan Q uirk, H O N O R S : G r a d e 4 : L o u is H o lin ess P o p e Jo h n P au JJJ vvith the A m b r o s io , N ic o le C a la n d rie llo . Je re m y S issm a n , M a tth e w S to ry ,' title M onsignor. Vickie Thom aides, R ick T auber, Lisa C asey C a rra n o , Jo h n K oski, Traci M sgr. Fad ro w sk i is th e fifth Pastor M ingay, Frank Pica, R udy Rivera. Uram. o f Q u e e n o f P eace Parish to receiv e th is h o n o rary title. M sgr. F ad ro w sk i, th e so n o f the late M rs. V a c c a rin o . p r in c ip a l o f Students w ho ac h ie v e d h o n o rs had J o s e p h a n d A n n a , is a n a tiv e o f m ore A s than B 's in m a jo r subject B ay o n n e. A fter his g rad u a tio n from P ierrep o n t S ch o o l, h as announced M arist H igh S c h o o l in 1962, h e e n ­ that the follow ing students have re ­ areas, w ith no other g rad e s low er than B. 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That nice dress might have started out as a sack of flour Vagabonding B \ C h a r lo t te Sa\ ino I w a s rea d in g in a Rem inisce M aga­ zin e a b o u t how p eo p le m ade clothes from feed sacks. In rural com m unities m u c h o f th e fo o d c o m e s in c lo th sa ck s. In m an y cases there is p rin t­ in g o n th e b a g s b u t there are also so m e th a t h a v e pretty floral designs. F arm p e o p le w ash those bags w hen th e fo o d is g o n e a nd m ake c lothes o f th em . T h e re are m any letters from th o se w h o w ore that type o f clothes. W aste w a s not a part o f the fa rm e r's v o c a b u la r y a n d th e y use th e food sa c k s fo r u n d e rw e a r, dresses, etc. V e ry o fte n a p ictu re w as left on the a rtic le fro m a sack. 1rem e m b e r right here that sacks w e re u sed . Flour usually cam e in u n ­ b le a c h e d m u slin b a g s a nd p e o p le w a s h e d th e m w h e n e m p ty . T h ey m a d e u n d e rw e a r, to w e ls and, yes, s h e e ts too. In o n e o f the letters a girl w rote that sh e w o re h e r sack underw ear in c ol­ leg e a n d all the girls w ere jea lo u s and w a n te d o ne too. Though the sacks, u su a lly flo u r sacks, h ere are not usu­ a lly flo ral designs, w hen laundered a n d iro n ed , they are very durable. Y o u w ill say such a thing is passe a n d a c tu a lly it is. T here are very few p e o p le w h o m ak e their o w n clothes. M o st p a re n ts w ork and have no tim e

fo r sew ing. In o ld en d a y s m an y m ad e clo th es fo r children from th o se o ld er p erso n s discard ed . In o n e o f th e 1e tte rs to the e d ito r a g irl tells h o w she w a s in a schoo l p e rfo rm a n c e a n d h e r m o th e r said she w ould m ak e h e r a n ew dress. It w as p o w d er b lu e a n d th e ch ild d is­ co v ered th at h e r m o th e r m ad e it out o f h e r o w n A lice b lu e go w n . W hen the fath er san g to th e m o th e r “ In M y L ovely A lice B lue G o w n ,” she n ev er to ld him she u sed h e r o w n d ress to m ak e one fo r th e dau g h ter. Sh e ju st w inked. Things d id no t a lw ay s com e easy. Sew in g m aterial w as h ard to co m e by. Y ears a g o p e o p le did no t h av e as m an y clothes a s th ey d o to d ay . M ost w o m e n m ade th eir o w n a n d som e th in g s fo r the m an also. M an y sent fo r clo th es by u sin g the S ears R o e­ b u c k c a ta lo g . T h e w o m a n o f th e h o u se had a S u n d a y -g o -to -m e e tin g o u tfit a n d so m e h o u se d resses. I say that is w h y o ld h o u se s have v e ry sm all clo se ts becau se th ey had so few clothes. T he w alk in closet w as n o t h e a rd o f in d a y s g one by. M an y p e o p le-b o u g h t th eir sew in g m aterial a t th e lin in g store on Broad Street, N ew ark , so m e also in Passaic and from peddlers. I f they found rem ­

n a n ts th ey w ere a p t to b u y a few item s a n d sto re till a n e e d arose. M y m o th e r m ad e all o f our clothes till w e sta rte d tea c h in g . W hen 1 w o rk e d I m ade u p m y m ind 1w ould never w ear a h o m em ad e d ress ag ain . H ow u n g rate­ ful! W hen w e w e re in h ig h school every g irl h ad a B ram ley d ress w h ich th ey b o u g h t a t B a m b e rg e rs fo r $ 2 5 . M y m o th e r b o u g h t n a v y b lu e se rg e , the c o lo r o f th e dresses, and m ade o n e for m y siste r a n d m e. T h e b o u g h t d resses w ere o f b lu e Jersey w ith a pleated skirt lo n g sle e v e b lo u se a n d a ro u n d tiny c o lla r o f w h ite satin. O u rs w ere m ade e x actly th e sam e o n ly th ey w ere N O T Jersey. T h e y w ere no t th e sam e. T h o se w ere th e d ay s w hen yo u had to b e ju st alike. S o m e d id n o t bu y new m aterial at all b u t m ad e clo th e s fo r th e ch ild ren ou t o f d isc a rd ed clo th e s o f th e elders. W h e n m y m o th e r w a s a y o u n g w o m a n sh e m ad e all h e r o w n clothes. S h e w o u ld g o to N ew Y ork and see the s ty les in th e sto res, b uy a p attern and th e m aterial and co p y th e outfit. In that w ay she sav ed en o u g h to b uy th e a c ­ c e sso rie s.

I like to w atch c o o k in g on television. N ot that I try any thing they cook. They are a lw a y s to o e lab o rate fo r m e. I am a m a z e d a t h ow c o o k in g ju s t the sim p le th in g s hav e ch an g ed . T e a w as o n ce b o u g h t by th e o u n ce o r p o u n d . It w as m ad e by p u ttin g a few sp o o n fu ls

o f te a lea v e s in to a p o t o f ho t w ater a n d stra in it th ro u g h a siev e to re­ m o v e th e leav es, th en p o u red into th e tea p o t. S o m etim es it w as m ad e r ig h t in th e p o t a n d th e tea strain ed a s it w a s b e in g se rv e d . M y aunt B arb ara alw ays m ade the m ost deli­ c io u s tea, b u y in g it by th e p ound a n d c h o o s in g t h r e e d i f f e r e n t b ra n d s. N o o n e u ses lea v e s a n y ­ m o re. A te a b a g is pu t into th e hot w a te r a n d d iscard ed . I saw a play o n c e w ith E thel M ertz w h o liv ed in a c o tta g e in th e w oods. Sh e h a d her u se d tea b ags tie d to th e c e ilin g and i f a n y o n e cam e to visit she m ad e a c u p o f tea b y h o ld in g the c u p o f hot w a te r u n d e r a tea bag. W h en o u r fam ily w as h a v in g din ­ n e r o n e n ig h t w e d isc o v e red that w e h a d o n ly o n e tea b ag left. We p assed it aro u n d th e table a n d the last o n e s h ad a v ery light tea. We th o u g h t th at v ery funny. I w as tell­ in g th at to so m e frien d s at a party a n d they w ere h o rrified . “ H o w vu l­ g a r,” they said. W e n e v e r th o u g h t it in b ad taste. I g u e ss large fam ilies h a v e jo k e s th at o th er p e o p le d o n 't see. I to ld it a n o th e r tim e to a m em b er o f a large fam ily and w as to ld they h ad th e sam e th in g h ap p en , o n e bag o f tea. Like o u r fam ily th ey passed it a ro u n d a n d th o u g h t it fu n n y , too. H o w ab o u t c o ffee? Y ou b o u g h t a p o u n d o f co ffee b eans a n d th e store k e e p er g ro u n d it in a large m achine for th e p u rp o se. N o w m an y people

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T h ere w as a tim e w hen yo u m ade y o u r o w n fried a n d m ashed potatoes. Y ou p e e le d , b o ile d till so ft, added bu tter, salt a n d p e p p e r a n d m ashed them . N ow y ou can bu y a box o f p ow ­ d ered p o tato e s, so m u ch easier. My m o th e r a lw a y s c o o k e d p o tato e s in th eir coats a n d p eeled them after they w ere so ft th e n m ash ed them . She al­ w ays h ad o n e p o tato p e r person and o n e e x tra. T h e h o t p o tato es w ere not e asy to peel bu t th at is the w ay she did it. T h ere are all so rts o f p o tato pro d ­ u c ts so th a t o n e d o e s no t h a v e to d eal w ith real p o tatoes at all. How od d . W hat d o all th e p o tato farm ers d o. sen d p o tato e s to b e m ad e into p o w d ered po tato es? T he o th er d ay o n television a young m an. a ch ef, k ept talk in g ab o u t olive oil m ash ed p o tatoes. T o m y surprise h e b o iled so m e little red p o tatoes cut in to c u b e s, m a sh e d sk in s a n d all. salted and p ep p ered them and poured in so m e o liv e oil. T h e girl w atching w as su rp rised to see him a d d butter. H e in s is te d th e y w e re o liv e o il m ash ed potatoes. *** A few y e a rs a g o w e w ere told that e g ^ s w ere no t g o o d for y ou. W e had e ggs fo r b reakfast and so m etim es for

o th e r m ea ls p rac tic a lly e v e ry day. W hen w e heard the bad new s w e gave u p eg g s e n tirely u sin g e g g b eaters o r scram blers. W e heard o f m any people g e ttin g sick o r even d y in g from c o n ­ tam in ate d eggs. T o p revent illness from eg g s the W e lln e ss pa m p h le t fro m B e rkeley g iv es us hin ts how to e a t e ggs and stay h e a lth y . H ere are som e: E lderly p eo p le and y o u n g c hildren sh o u ld h a v e th eir e ggs w ell-cooked. Buy only refrigerated eggs and keep them co ld in the o riginal carton. T h ere sh o u ld be no need to w ash e ggs. B uy o nly the clean. T hrow out a ny c racked egg. U se e ggs w ithin 30 days. W ash y o u r hands and utensils a f­ te r usin g raw eggs. A void raw eggs in m ilkshakes, ice cream , e g g n og o r C a e s a r's salad. D o n 't eat or allow children to eat raw d o ugh o r batter co n tain in g eggs. C ook scram bled eggs past the m oist stage. C u s ta rd s a nd o th e r e g g d ish e s sh o u ld b e cooked to an internal tem ­ p erature o f 160 d egrees F. C o oked e g g s including E aster eggs should not be left u n refrigerated for m ore than tw o hours. Y ears a go babies w ere fed a softb o ile d e g g bro k en u p , w ith a d d e d b rea d cru m b s. A ll the baby foods w ere not aro u n d either. There w ere n o such p ro d u cts as baby food. F ollow all the d irections a nd you should n o t have any trouble.

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Ruth Salvcm ini (nee Tashner), age 67, died Friday, Feb. 23. She w m bom in Long Branch, lived in Union C ity, and was a resi­ dent o f W ellington fo r seven years.

Paul A . M o n tesd eo ca, age 4 5 , d ied S aturd ay , F eb . 19. B o m in B arran q u illa, C o lo m b ia, he lived in P aterson b efo re m o v in g to Ea$t R u th erfo rd IS y e a rs ago. M r. M o n te sd e o c a o w n ed a n d o p ­ e ra te d M e rc u r y S im o n iz C e n te r, Paterson. A m em b e r o f th e E lk s L o d g e o f P aterso n , h e w as a v o lu n te e r a t b o th th e P a te rs o n M useum and S m ith so n ia n In stitu tio n . S u rv iv in g are his w ife, P aula; his m o th e r, E lb a B o g a rt, a n d a siste r, M aria P in o , b o th o f L as V egas; a n d tw o b ro th e rs, E d g ar o f G arfield a n d R obert o f E lm w o o d Park. M a rtin e z ’s F u n eraria L atina, '747 M a rk e t S t., P a te rs o n , h a n d le d a r ­ ran g e m e n ts.

Surviving a n her son Kim and daughter-in-law M argaret, both o f W allington, her grandson Nicholas and her brother Donald Tashner o f B ro nxvilk, N .Y. She was predeceased by her hus­ band L ou is S a lve m in i and her brother Bernard Faulkner. The funeral wa> at St. Joseph's Church, East Rutherford. Interment was at Holy Cross Cemetery, North Arlington. Kimak Funeral Home, 423 Broad Street, Carlstadt, handled arrange­ ments.

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“And the taxpayers are paying these guys” he New Jersey L egislature recently Once again the Legislature has acted to pro­ voted themselves hefty raises, justify tect us from heinous crim inals, in this case un­ tag the increase by explaining how long scrupulous pet groom ers who apparently are and h a rd they w ork in T renton for the taxpay­ reaping an unholy fortune by recycling their ers. cuttings. P ro o f o f th e ir h a rd labor cam e across this F o rm e r A ssem blym an P e te r R usso o f p a p e r’s desk recently. It w as the announce­ L yn d h u n t correctly pointed out that whenever m ent th a t the Legislature passed a law m ak­ the L egislature is in session it usually costs ing it a crim inal oflence to sell dog and cat hair. the taxpayers money. His solution, which this T h a t’s right, it is now a crim e in New Jersey to paper has come to agree w ith, is to reduce the sell dog a n d cat hair. num ber of days the Legislature is in session.

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le n v e h i c l e r e p o r t t h e y e a r b e f o r e . T h e

A c t o f 19 9 6 , d e s i g n e d t o l o w e r b a r r i ­

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d e p u ty sa id th e ru ra l r o u te m ig h t b e

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lo c a l p h o n e s e r v ic e fo r h a l f w h a t

n o t u n p u b lis h e d o r to o n e w to h a v e

d e p u tie s to w a it a t a c o n v e n ie n c e

s h e ’d b e e n p a y i n g t h e B i g P h o n e

m a d e th e y e a rly d e a d lin e fo r p u b lic a ­

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

C o m p a n y , J o n i d i d n ’t h e s i t a t e . S h e

tio n . T h e d ir e c to r ie s o n ly c o m e o u t

th e r in s tru c tio n s .

s ig n e d u p w ith o u t a s e c o n d th o u g h t.

o n c e a y e a r, w h ic h m a k e s th e in fo r­

W h ile r a d io c o o r d in a te d th e d e p u ­

T h re e m o n th s a f te r th e s w itc h , Jo n i

m a tio n le s s r e lia b le a s th e y e a r g o e s

t i e s , D i a n a s a t o n h o l d . S h e 'd n e v e r

w a s je r k e d fro m a d e e p s le e p b y th e

b y . L u c k w a s w ith h im ; th e n u m b e r

h a d to w a it th is lo n g f o r a c r o s s - r e f e r ­

s o u n d o f g l a s s b r e a k i n g . It s e e m e d t o

w a s lis te d . M a k e t h a t “ b a d lu c k ,” J o e l

e n c e . M o s t q u e r i e s t o o k l e s s t h a n 15

c o m e fro m th e d in in g r o o m o r k itc h e n .

th o u g h t . It lis te d a r u r a l r o u t e m a i l i n g

s e c o n d s ; it h a d b e e n a f u l l m i n u t e .

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ra l ro u te s .

“ T h e p h o n e n u m b e r i s n ’t i n o u r d a ­ t a b a s e ,'' G e o r g e s a id . “ I 'v e c h e c k e d

I f it w e r e d u r i n g p o s t - o f f i c e b u s i n e s s

a n d r e c h e c k e d , a n d i t ’s j u s t n o t h e r e .

h o u rs , J o e l w o u ld ju s t c a ll th e re a n d

I k n o w it h a s o n e o f o u r p r e f i x e s , b u t I

Q u ie tly , J o n i r o lle d o u t o f b e d ,

a s k fo r a s s is ta n c e m a tc h in g th e ru ra l

c a n 't f i n d it. G i v e m e a s e c o n d t o c h e c k

$ 2 0 0 0 fo r q u a lifie d e x p e n s e s . I f a

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 ,

r o u t e a d d r e s s t o a 9 - 1- 1 a d d r e s s . B u t

o n e m o re th in g .” D ia n a w a s b a c k o n

s tu d e n t is b e y o n d th e s e c o n d y e a r

g ra b b e d th e te le p h o n e a n d s lid u n d e r

it w a s w e l l a f t e r h o u r s , a n d t h e r e w o u l d

h o l d . T h i s t i m e it t o o k o n l y m o m e n t s

o f p o s t-s e c o n d a ry e d u c a tio n (is a

th e b e d . T h e d u s t ru f f le w o u ld h id e

b e n o o n e a t th e p o s t o ffic e n o w .

h e r , s h e h o p e d . S h e d ia le d 9 -1 - 1 , th e n

It h a d b e e n a lm o s t tw o m in u te s

s o le s .

fo r G e o rg e to r e tu rn . " T h e p h o n e n u m ­

e d u c a tio n e x p e n s e s fo r y o u rs e lf, y o u r

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lif e tim e l e a r n i n g c r e d i t m a y b e c l a i m e d

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s i n c e s h e ’d c a l l e d 9 - 1 - 1 , a l t h o u g h t o

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in s te a d o f th e H o p e c re d it.

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D ia n a h a d b e e n b r ie f e d o n p o rtin g .

in c o m e lim ita tio n s , y o u m a y c la im a n

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th e p o u n d in g o f h e r h e a rt, s h e c o u ld

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b e r h a s b e e n p o r t e d . I t ’s n o t o u r s a n y ­ m o re .”

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 .

n o tic e d ie p h o n e c o rd r u n n in g u n d e r

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e lig ib le e d u c a tio n a l in s titu tio n th a t

A t th e d is p a tc h c e n te r, J o e l s p o k e

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

a re e ith e r p a rt o f a p o s t-s e c o n d a ry

in to h is p h o n e a little lo u d e r , a s k in g

b e d s i d e t a b l e a n d w o u l d n ’t b e e a s i l y

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 ­

f o r t h e t h i r d t i m e , “ 9 - 1 - 1 . W h e r e is

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

ex p en ses

p a id fo r th e s tu d e n t. T o b e e lig ib le to

T h e life tim e le a r n in g c r e d it is n o t

o n c e h e th o u g h t h e h e a rd r u s tlin g

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

w h e n th e b u r g la r h a d tu r n e d o n th e

in c lu d e tu itio n a n d re la te d e x p e n s e s

u se th e H o p e c re d it, t h e s tu d e n t m u s t

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

w ith o u t s e a rc h in g th ro u g h th e w h o le

m e e t th e fo llo w in g re q u ire m e n ts :

1)

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 ,

a n d fe e s re q u ire d fo r e n ro llm e n t o r

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

a tte n d a n c e o f a n e lig ib le s tu d e n t a t

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

T h e r e is a l s o n o l i m i t o n t h e n u m b e r

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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a c o n d itio n o f e n ro llm e n t. H o b b y o r

h a l f o f th e n o r m a l f u ll-tim e w o r k lo a d

o f th e firs t $ 5 0 0 0 p a id f o r q u a lif ie d

sp o rt-re la te d c o u rs e s a n d n o n c re d it

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le a s t o n e a c a d e m i c p e r i o d b e g i n n i n g

e lig ib le s tu d e n ts in th e fa m ily . T h u s

n a lly w e n t in to th e k itc h e n . It s o u n d e d

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

d r e s s o f th e p h o n e s u b s c rib e r; th e

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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d u rin g th e c a le n d a r y e a r a n d 4 ) n o t

th e m a x im u m lif e tim e le a r n in g c r e d it

a s i f h e w e re lo o k in g th ro u g h th e c a b i­

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

s e r g e a n t c a l l in t o c o n s u l t , t h e n d i ­

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n e ts , m a y b e lo o k in g f o r m o re m e d ic a ­

th e p h o n e c o m p a n y . “ R e c o rd n o t

a l e d t h e B i g P h o n e C o m p a n y ’s m a j o r

o f $ 5 0 0 0 ) s u b je c t t o c e r ta in in c o m e -

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I n t h e t w o m i n u t e s s i n c e h e ’d a n ­

h o m e i f h e fo u n d h e r p u rs e th e re . T h e

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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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I n d i c a t o r ( A L 1 ) a n d s t o p p e d . T h e A L I , n o o n e ’s h a d a h e a r t a t t a c k t h e r e , h e

h e r h e a d . H e h a d n ’t n o t i c e d i t a n d f i­

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