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M in it -E d The idea of a woman vice president has opened up m any avenues of thoucfrt. What, for instance, would be the duties of the woman vice president’s husband? On her recent visit to these parts M rs. Mondaie said when her hubby was veepee she met with cabinet w ives every Tuesday to make band­ ages for the Red Cross. Would a m ale be invited into the coffee klatch? Could he learn to play with the cabinet w ives? And what would M adam e Vice Presidents say if hubby hustled off to the klatch, whistling m errily as he w ent?

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M a y o r B la s t s H M D C ‘ B e t r a y a l ’ Charging that Lyndhurst has been “b e t r a y e d , " Mayor Ja m e s Guida bit­ te r ly a tta c k e d th e Hackensack Meadowland Development Commission for choosing Ridgefield in­ stead of Lyndhurst as the site for the $300 million re­ source recovery plant. HMDC Monday refused to change its m aster plan so that the resource re­ covery plant could be lo­ cated on a 35-acre tract owned by Lyndhurst in the meadowlands Although Jo h n Renna. former chairm an of the Essex County Republican Committee, is chairm an of the HMDC and spokesman for the agency. Guida levelled his blast at some of our very own. Guida did not name names. How ever, Peter Curcio, form er Lyndhurst commissioner who is a member of H M D C , voted with five others for a &-0 decision against the Lyn­ dhurst site.

fo rm er M ayo r Anthony Scardino of Lyndhurst is e x e c u tiv e d i r e c t o r of HMDC but has no vote on policy actions. I*or the Bergen County Public U tility Authority, which w ill build the plant if the necessary approvals are obtained, the HMDC decision was a shocker Now the B C U A will have to obtain approvals from 21 different sources One of the most difficult will be approval from the Army Corps of Engineers be­ cause the H M D C has sited the proposed plant in the w e t l a n d s . W h e n th e wetlands are invaded the Army Corps of Engineers must approve Such ap­ proval can be given only after public hearings The situation is certain to go to court because Ridgefield residents in a re fe re n d u m d e c is iv e ly turned down the project Henna, patting a big book, said he was sure the agency had acted wisely

despite agonizing and conscience searching. But the only group happy with the decision came from Secaucus and the Hartz Mountain Developm ent and th e Meadowlands Cham ber of C o m m e rc e th a t w a n ts housing instead of the plant on the site L y n d h u rs t s fin a n c ia l stability was Guida s rea­ son for favoring the re­ c o v e r y p la n t fo r L y n ­ dhurst. With Commission­ e r o f F i n a n c e Jo h n Gagliardi he had worked industriously to persuade the HM DC to grant the variance essential for the r e c o v e ry p la n t P u b lic Safety Director Ronald Bogle joined with them in adopting a resolution per­ mitting negotiations for the re s o u r c e re c o v e r y plant. Chief opposition to the plant was mounted by Commissioners Louis S t e lla t o and E v e ly n

Pezzolla. They had the sup­ port of form er Mayor P e ­ te r R u s s o an d L e e Pacifico. a township ac tivist. Petitions with more than names were sub­ mitted to the H M DC de­ manding the site for Lyn ­ dhurst. 3.000

Arguments in favor were that Lvndhurst would get about $3 m illion for its tract of 32 acres and over •SI million a year in reven­ ues. The site in question is zoned for housing The R e­ cord of Hackensack has championed the idea of housing on the site. But Guida said he will fight any move to put hous­ ing in the meadows At the same time he warned HMDC he is taking off the gloves and w ill battle the agency when it tries to take 440 acres of township land for a park Guida said he had been prepared to support the

HMDC take-over until the rejection of the Lyndhurst site Monday H M D C will have to pay full value for the land, declared Guida. The m ayo r’s statement I feel that we have been betrayed Cooperation de serves cooperation but the HMDC has not extended what we had the right to expect E v e r y power I have at hand w ill be used to p re v e n t r e s id e n tia l dwellings being built on this land The potential services required should such housing be permitted spells total financial dis aster for the township of Lyndhurst We have been betrayed by some of our very own. It had been our in te n tio n to le a s e the township s 440 acres at the beginning of DeKorte Park to HMDC for $1. Let the HMDC buy that land or start condemnation pro­ ceedings. but we intend to get full dollar value The HMDC can count on a fight right down the line

Sacred H eart G raduates reporter, approaches cow at L o e w 's Hotel in Teaneck to try her unpracticed hand at m ilking.

Mrs Helen G e rity, prin­ cipal of Sacred Heart Sc h o o l, L y n d h u r s t . is pleased to announce the - names of students who achieved Honors. Achievement and P erfect Atten­ dance Awards for the final marking period

A c h ie v e m e n t Grade IA - Andrea Siniscalchi, Thomas Livelli, Karen Polatz IB - Brian M iller. Eric Tomaszewski, Zoe Fox. L a u r a N a r d o m a r in o . ’ Lauren Vicidomini. 2 - Leandro Gonzalez. C h r is to p h e r L o n g o , M ic h a e l P io t r o w s k i. K a th le e n F a h e y , Je a n R e a d ie , J u d y Lynn Schiavone, Je s sic a Rodn quez.

F irs t H o n o r s 3 - * Jo h n P a la t z , Laureen M cG lynn, Melin­ da Nigito, Philip Ibarrola, Melanie Haubert, Donna M e A d a m , C h r is t o p h e r Kukowski, Dianna Maranilli. 4 - Terrence McHale, L is a G a tto , * P a t r i c i a Ia m o n te , K im M i ll e r , M a r ia V a le n t e . D a n a Fiorito, Nichols Tocci. 5 - ‘ Ryan Prendergast, A d e le C o ir o , R ic h a r d Tomka, Kathleen Combe. 6 - ’Joseph Nazare, Jennifer MeAdam

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T r a v o lta An unexpected guest at the annual dinner of the Bergen County Semi-Pro Baseball H all of Fam e will be John T ravolta, the mov­ ie star. F o rm e r Sheriff Joseph F. Job. director of the Hall of F a m e , s a i d t h a t T ra v o lta 's father. Tom a r e sid e n t of Eng le w o o d , will be inducted at the an­ nual dinner in the Lodi Boys’ C lu b and the movie star declared he wants to do the inducting. “ Dad and I ha ve alw ays been close.' sa id Travolta, “ and I w ill be proud to induct him into the H a ll of

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7 - *Tina Iamonte, Jo se p h R a b b ia , Donna M a t e jk o . M o n ic a MeAdam. 8A - * J a c q u e li n e D o m a n ic o , * L a u r i e Russo.

T o In d u c t D a d rangements for me.' D u d ie T r a v o lta . John s father, was quite a player.' said Job, "and he will certainly fit in with all the stars of other years who have been inducted into the Hall of Fam e. ” Travolta played for P a rk Ridge and Westwood in the 1930 s and 1940 s. Another inductee will be L o u L o m b a rd o , w ho jum ped from the se m i pros to the big leagues and back again. Lom b a rd o had a 10-year span in the m in or leagues but the y e a r he rem em bers moat is the one in which the G ia n ts called h im up

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Grade 3 - Robert Haag. Kerry Dynes. 4 - Ryan Baselice. Chris DeSerio. M ichael Wormke. Sa n d ra F n s e c a , L a u r a MeAdam 5 - Dianna Conte. Chris Ann F e r r a r a . D e b r a Kutiak, Paulette Ibarrola. R ic h a r d M eAdam . M ich a e l M i li c h . F ra n k Schiavone. 6 - Cheryl Kaminski. Marylyn Kearns. Michele Fiorito. Andrea Picone. Jennifer W orm ke. Cather­ ine Ryan. Steven Milich 7 - R ichard Agnolet. Richard Dom anica. Paul Ibarrola. Robert Whitaker 8A - P a tric ia Fiorito. 8B - Nancy Raso. Joseph Santangelo

Im p ro v e m e n t G ra d e 3 - Lau ra Benecki: 4 - S te p h a n i e Barone. P a tsy Tempio 5 Thomas P a i n t e r

Dean Conte, E le n a Amato, Bridget Coyne. 3 - John Polatz. Cynthia K a m in s k i. MeAdam. 4 - Alan Carrino. Nichols T o cc i. R y a n B a s e lic e . Ja m e s M a g u i r e . A lex P io tr o w s k i. P a t r ic ia Iamonte. 5 - Charles Biondolillo, Nino Fusaro. R ya n Pren­ dergast. Krista Baselice. Adele Coiro. Dianna Conte. Christine Coyne. Allison Dunaj. Debra Kutiak. 1X“borah Minogue. 6 - S t e v e n M ilic h . Michele Fiorito. Michele I-aytham. Andrea Picone. lx)ri Valentino. Jo hn Pepe 7 - Richard Agnolet. Joseph Rabbia. Michael Sabato. M aria Baselice. Tina Iamonte. Michelle K e lly . D o nna M a te jk o . Sh aro n M ay e rch a k . Monica MeAdam . Christ me M o o re . L e n a San tangelo. 8A • D a v i d P e t t y . R o sa n n e C o ir o . E ll e n F r e ir e . S u s a n K u tia k . Eileen Nowinski. Joanne Peros. Laurie Russo. 8B - Charles MeAdam. Dana Amabile, Josephine Santangelo

C itiz e n s h ip G r a d e 5 - C h r is t in e Coyne, Allison Dunaj. 6 - Frank DeSimone. Jennifer Wormke.

A tte n d a n c e G ra d e IA - Sa n d ra DaSilva. I B - E r ic Veca, Lauren Vicidomini. 2 - P a tric k Baselice,

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for a short stint. He was 'up there ' for only two or three weeks. “Bu t,'' said Lombardo, ‘they were weeks I 'll nev­ er forget. I got to see the Polo Grounds and Ebbets Field and I had a wonder­ ful tim e.” Lom bardo w a s a k id of 19 when the G ia n ts called him to New Y o rk. i w as too y o u n g .” said Lom bardo, i h ad the arm bu t I l a c k e d t h e e x ­ perience. W e d id n ’t have pitching co ache s in those days and I had to try it on m y own. ” L o m b a rd o sa id he was

told to throw it as hard as he could as long as he could. In a short time he lost the fast ball and went back to the minors. There he had the satis­ faction of pitching one-hit ball in a gam e against a team that pitched Don Newcomb who later be came a big league Hall of Fame inductee I got two hits off Don. said Lom bardo with a laugh. Lombardo, of course, is remembered best by old E a s t R u t h e r f o r d H igh School mates. He was only a sophomore at 15 when East Rutherford was New

Jersey co-champions. The Giants held try-outs in the Polo Grounds in those days Lombardo and other lo c a l y o u n g ste rs made the trip to New York. Lo m b a rd o s a id there were 60 aspiring pitchers throwing their best stuff that day. Only four were selected. He was one of them He was signed to a big league contract at the age of 15. L a t e r th e S t . L o u is Cardinals had a try-out in Paterson. I turned out for it.” said Lombardo I struck out five of six b a tte rs.

Rev. Charles Packard

S t. T h o m a s ’s N e w P a s t o r The Rev Charles Pack ard has been called as Rector of St TYiomas E p is c o p a l C h u rc h . Stuyvesant & Forest A ve­ nues. Lyndhurst He will begin as rector on Ju ly 1 with the celebration of the Holy Eucharist at both the 8:00 a m and 10 00 a.m services. F r Packard was pre­ v io u s ly C u r a t e of St

M ichaels in the Hills Episcopal Church. Toledo. Ohio for the past two years He is a graduate of the University of Cincin­ nati and Bexley Hall Theolo g ic a l S e m in a r y . Rochester. New York The form al installation of Fr. Packard will be held at the church on Sunday. September 9. 1984

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Sp an ish H o n o r Society H o ld s In d u ctio n Cerem ony The Don Pepe Restau­ rant in Newark was the scene for the inductior ceremonies of the North A r lin g to n H ig h School Chapter of the National Spanish Honor Society. Lisa Bell, G race Cop

pola, S c o tt H ed e n b erg . John Tamkutonis, Pauline F lo r r e , S h a r o n Warnbeck. M ic h e le L eanz o , JoAnn Priebe, Matthew S ic a , M o n e e s h A r o r a . Josephine Trigo, Christine Canfield, all with 4.0 grade

averages in Spanish, were inducted into the Juan Rulfo Chapter at candelight cerem on ie s pre­ c e d in g a n e l e b o r a t e Spanish meal for their fa m ilie s , fr ie n d s , and teachers.

F a u s t L a S c a l a , chaini nan of the Foreign Language Department: Angelica N'oda, Spanish Honor Society dvisor: and David Roden, high school principal, join National Spanish Honor Society's new officers Christopher Carone president; Sonia Zacker, vice president; and Lorraine Rangel, secretary.

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M a rc u s Marcus Company Presi­ dent Robert A. Cohan re­ cently returned from a 10day trip to Ita ly to locate new sources of fine fashion jewelry for M arcus Je w ­ elry customers. 'Hie trip, sponsored by the Italian Trade Commis­ sion, included stops in five major cities, plus four days at the Gold Italia Show in Milano, in which the new designs and prod­ ucts of major Italian man­ ufacturers are showcased to visitors from around the world.

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P iig a b o T id 'if i'f i by Guy Savino First essential. a sharp knife. ( 1 ) Cut the skin and flesh between the legs and body. (2 ) Bend legs back fa r enough to snap the hip joints. (3) Cut through the tendons to those joints. (4) Take off the second joint and drumstick from each side of the piece. (5) Separate the thigh and leg at the joint. (6) Break the wing joints and cut off the wings. (7) Cut from the breast bone, following the ribs to the wing joints. (8) Holding the breast bone firm ly with one hand and back bone with the other tear them apart. (9) Start knife at right angle'to upper part of breast bone cut back as far as the wing joint. (10) Split into halves if desired. Sounds easy enough. And it is if the knife is sufficiently sharp and sawing through flesh doesn’t disconcert you. Learning to butcher your chickens is an art every housewife or kitchen boss ought to ac­ quire. I noted in the blaring food m arket ads last week-end that prepared pieces were Sell­ ing for as much as $2.49 for 12-ounce packages. This price puts chicken in the same category as filet mignons. And why? Only because you are allowing the butcher to do your job and the processor is dollying the

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Anyway, here is a recipe that won't cost you chicken pUtces up with fancy, names and very much, but which w ill produce a most packages—and you’re paying for it. satisfying m ain dish for six people. The packages of prepared chicken pieces are Chicken and an omen that the market butchers are on the Dumplings way tyitt and that packaged meats of a ll kinds Ingredients: are trte w ay in. The butchering w ill be done by 1 stewing chicken m achtiteand packaged the same way., The day 1 small onion when you can ask the butcher for prim e cuts Pepper to taste etc. is fast disappearing. At the meat counters 1 cup sifted flour w ill packages prepared at a giant plant 2 teaspoons baking powder maybe l.OOO miles away. T ry to make the •A teaspoon salt butchers there listen to your needs! sprig of parsley, minced W ell, maybe the local, friendly butcher is on V i cup of milk the w ay back. And maybe dawning again is the How to: pleasant store smelling of fresh saw dust and' Cut chicken into serving portions.. (Don't behind the counter w ill be a beaming, roundthrow away the neck because that can be used faced butcher with an apron as starched and white as his soul. He w ill be glad to slice off a J i l l y W ill B e G u e s t bit of live r for the cat. And when he cuts the boiled ham he’ll sneak off a sm all slice to show O n C a p p y ’s C a s i n o how fresh and good it is. I ’m dreaming, of course, that old C harlie Lobmayer has returned B e a u tif u l, U S A M iss C appy's C asino Comer, to his Stuyvesant Ave., Lyndhurst, store and is Body B eautiful also holds with host. F re d Capitani, open for business at 7 A.M. A wonderful dream. has a double fe a tu re this titles of M iss World Series

North Arlington Demo­ cratic Club w ill sponsor a bus trip to A tlantic City on Thursday, Jun e 28. The buses w ill be leav­ ing Borough H all parking lot at 10.45 a.m. A ll those who board the buses will be given coffee and pastry on the way down including a deli-lunch m eal ticket valued at $7. The cost of the ride will be J5 per person. The meal ticket will be for the lunch that is given at the P la y ­ boy Hotel & Casino located on the Bo ardw alk Anyone interested in at­ tending should call Peter Flinchbaugh at 997-2250 or

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S c h o o l h o u s e Dear Editor: It made me v e ry sad to drive by the L ittle Red Schoolhouse recently and observe large patches of paint peeling off the sides of the building. The peeling paint adds to the general air of shabbiness and neg­ lect which surrounds the building. I greatly regret that the L y n d h u r s t B o a r d of Education has done noth­ ing for about six years to hold back the erosion of the building. And 1 greatly regret that the Board of Education, knowing that there is an active Lyn dhurst group anxious to save and restore the build­ ing, seems unable or un­ willing to reach a con­ census about planning for the future of the school. They have shown no signs

of e v e n m in o r m a in ­ tenance efforts. The L ittle Red Schoolhouse is a valuable historic site in Bergen County. It is a valuable fragment of our area his­ tory. and could serve as a focal point in the ac cumulation of local his­ torical items, as well as a site of which Lyndhurst could be very proud. I strongly urge the Lyn­ dhurst Board of Education to put a decision on the school at the top of its agenda They can then de­ cide whether or not the building m ay have a line future, as well as a dist­ inguished past V ery truly yours Ruth E Koehler President, Meadowlands Museum

basins, levies and flood walls in that area, we would solve the problem at the source and possibly find some benefit in the form of recreation areas and increased w ater sup­ plies. M aintenance of the tunnel, which is approx­ imately 40’ in diameter, 14 miles long, and an average of 150' below ground level, is estimated to be 25 m il­ lion dollars a year. This seems a ridiculous waste of taxpayers' m oney' A

plan of reservoirs, basins and channel expansion was presented previously and rejected by residents of Morris and Essex County (Morris County is one of the a r e a s a f f e c t e d by floodwaters) because they would lose too much of their land due to structural remedies, thus the tunnel theory. This 40-foot-wide tunnel carrying floodwaters from central and upper Passaic River Basins w ill empty into the Passaic R iv e r op­ posite Court Avenue in Lyndhursl A series of sea walls and levies w ill sepa­ rate Lyndhurst from the Passaic River. When it rains, Lyndhurst s storm waters empty in to the Passaic R iv e r; with a 40 flow increase, the new wa­ ter height a result of the

added runoff from Bergen, Passaic, M orris. Sussex, Essex, Somerset and parts of Orange and Richmond Counties in New York, we may have to pump our storm waters over these new heights in order to keep our town above wa­ ter What if our pumps fail? This proposal is like getting a flat in your left front tire, repairing it and using the a ir in your right front tire to inflate the one you just fixed. Le t's not move the flood plain down to Lyndhurst. North Ar lington and K earny. We

must correct it at the source, in a w ay we can get some benefit from a bad situation

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ourselves on our independ­ ence. both as a nation and as individuals, but for those of us who are dis­ abled the word independ­ ence has a special mean ing Independence, for us,

In a week we will all be celebrating the fourth of Ju ly - brass bands, hot dogs, and fire­ works' Independence Day W e A m e r i c a n s p r id e

is in many ways, still a dream D IA L (Disabled In­ formation Awareness & Living) is a Clifton based, non-profit, m em bership organization of disabled persons, which seeks to make it possible for all people with disabilities to live independent lives. For those who are disabled, in­ depend ence m eans the personal freedom of move­ ment which allows one to go to supermarkts. restau­ rants. theaters, colleges, libraries, mumcpal build ings and places of employ ment in short, anywhere an able-bodied person can go In d e p e n d e n ce also menas personal freedom of a c t io n , of self-determination. freedom of choice regarding educa­ tion. career, marriage.

Is there a reason this area should be constantly dumped on? W hy not solve some of Northern New Jersey's problems some­ where other than Lyn­ dhurst, North Arlington, and K ea rn y9 This issue must be brought to the at­ tention of the people in our area This project should not proceed as planned' Sincerely. John DiLascio

and all aspects of one s lifestyle. Independence, for peo­ ple who have disabilities, means the enjoyment of the rights to which all Americans are entitled un der the Declaration of In dependence, the rights ot life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness These are rights which all of tend to take for granted until one day. through illness or in jury, those rights seems t suddenly disappear to bt replaced by buildings with impassable stairways, that we never noticed before, bathrooms too narrow for wheelchairs, uncut curbs, and barriers of all kins in eluding the barriers m peoople's rnin d s wieh tend to emphasize people's d i s abilities instead o f their Cuntim u'd n /’a ' I "

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D iL a s c io C r itic iz e s T u n n e l Dear Editor, 1 have been following the Stage Two Report Passaic River Basin Study with great interest The object of the study in simple terms is the construction of a siphon tunnel, levies and flood w alls to relieve the flooding of those mu­ nicipalities which received devastating flood damage during the recent and past rainfalls. Although I am not an engineer. 1 have enough common sense to make the following ob­ servations

The cost of this project is estimated at 1 billion dollars. H owever, these types of projects tradi­ tionally bring with them great cost overruns, so you can be assured the cost w ill be m u c h h ig h e r Purchasing those proper­ ties in the flood plain and relocating the owners as an alternate cure was esti­ m a te d a t 900 m illio n dollars. Should the author­ itie s ta k e th e secon d course and purchase the flood area and build a network of dams, retention

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honor. T h e n e x t d a y, joined by contingents of runners from the Tri-State area and from New Eng­ land, they w ill set out on the long journey across the continent. As the baton passes through each of 12 regions, fresh teams of supporters and runners w ill p a r t i c i p a t e s u c ­ cessively in the run. Also on June 12, a group of 60 bicyclists left the United Nations Plaz a in New York City on their c o m p a r a b le j o u r n e y across North A m erica. Or ganized under the auspices of Ride for Life, a H arvard U n iv e r s ity s tu d e n t o r ­ ganization, the riders will converge on Los Angeles at the same tim e as the Relay runners. Another leg of R e la y 84 will unfold Ju ly 22 as Cana­ dian and A m erican World Runners begin their relay from Vancouver. British Columbia, down the West Coast of the United States to join with the Trans­ continental relay as it n e ars Sa n F r a n c i s c o . Finally a team w ill start another message-bearing

baton from Mexico, near the California border, sev­ eral days before the grand finale. A ll teams w ill meet to enter the Los Angeles area together on August 4, with major celebrations, ceremonies, and media events. Thousands of statements declaring "W o rld Hunger is unacceptable to me” will be signed by individ­ uals and collected along the route and in the coun­ tries through which the Relay passes. Team Ha­ waii World Runners on Au­ gust 5 will continue carry­ ing the message on a 37mile run up 10.000 feet to Mt. Haleakala, the House of the Sun, where legend says the god M aui cap­ tured the sun until all his people were fed World Runners will form the core team. The event is not competitive and partic­ ipation of over 1000 run­ n ers a lig n e d w ith the event's purpose is antici­ pated Each section of the route is in charge of its own production and funding.

abilities. At D .I.A .L . people with disabilities are working to eliminate these physical, psychological and social barriers. We have recently succeeded, in cooperation with a long list of (Usability organizations, in securing the passage of Bill No. A3018, a bill which will provide expanded options for individuals with dis­ a b i l i t i e s a n d s e n io r citizens in utilizing trans­ portation systems, and we are presently working on a health care campaign to remove some of the re­ strictive regulations which limit the options of people with disabilities for living independently. Disability is everyone's cause. One doesn't need statistics to know that you, or someone you love, may one day become disabled, and m ay one day have a personal reason to be thankful for the civil rights

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movement for people with disabilities. While we have been suc­ cessful in our efforts it is important to remember that we are still fighting against the odds, that we are succeeding in spite of present barriers and ine­ qualities,. There is still much to be accmplished in the area of disabled rights, but with the personal sup­ port of individuals, with your support, disabled per­ sons will accomplish it all. for themselves and for you. This year, when you're having your Fourth of Ju ly picnic, please remember that, for some, independ­ ence is still a dream to be realized, a dream worth working for. We. the membership of D .I.A .L , the independent disabled, wish you all a very happy Independence Day! Sincerely,

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Anyone m ay join R e la y 84 anywhere along the route and participate by running or supporting in any way they choose. European m em bers of World Runners assembled June 12 at U N H ead­ quarters in G eneva, Switz­ erland. to inaugurate the first leg of R e la y ‘84~the message of R ossibly end­ ing world hunger in our time was embodied in a baton containing the M an­ ifesto against Hunger and Underdevelopment, signed by 79 N o b e l P r iz e laureates in 1981. World Runners is an organization of over 10,000 m en and women worlwide who are committed to m aking their running a means of educat­ ing and intensifying public awareness on the subject of hunger.

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O p e ra tio n C le a n -U p B y Vincent Colabella One of the requirements for earning the Eagle Badge, apart from earning

21 M erit badges, is that the Scout supervise a com­ munity project that would benefit the surrounding

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Photo by: Vincent Colabeila Carmel Church, contacted M ayor F re e h o ld e r B a r b a r a C h a d w ic k of Rutherford, who in turn put him in touch with E d ­ ward Brouillard. Liaison to the Passaic R iv e r Coali­ tion Brouillard explained that their group has an on­ going project of cleaning up and beautifying the P a s s a ic R iv e r B a n k so that some day it m ay again be used for recreational p urposes H e assigned Keith to a section at the foot of the S3 overpass in Rutherford. Keith, with the aid of fiv e S c o u ts and four

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