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June 5 2013 www.theobserver.com Vol CXXVI No. 2 COVERING BELLEVILLE BLOOMFIELD EAST NEWARK HARRISON KEARNY LYNDHURST NORTH ARLINGTON NUTLEY Senior residence on horizon By Ron Leir Observer Correspondent BELLEVILLE In the near future you can probably figure on a lot more bingo cards being given out at the Tuesday Club and the lines for bocce should be longer too. That s the expectation of the regulars at the Belleville Senior Center who will within a year or so be welcoming new neighbors residents of the township s first senior citizen residential complex in the last 35 years being built by Mill St. Development Urban Renewal LLC. Gov. Chris Christie joined Essex County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo Jr. Belleville Mayor Ray Kimble and a host of dignitaries and guests for a ceremonial groundbreaking last Wednesday May 29 at the construction site near the intersection of Franklin and Mill Sts. Christie assured residents that government bureaucrats would be making sure this 18 million project happens on time and under budget. This is a great thing for the senior citizens of Belleville the governor continued. We need to provide affordable housing. People shouldn t have to leave a place where you ve lived your lives and raised your children. This project is see SENIORS page Tribute to fallen veteran Photo by Ron Leir Inset photo courtesy Harrison Superintendent of Schools Harrison dedicated high school natatorium last week in memory of Lance Cpl. Donald Blue Scott (seen in inset photo). Family members and local officials participated in ceremony. By Ron Leir Observer Correspondent country in Vietnam on Aug. 2 1968. Likely the last fellow HarHARRISON risonian to have seen him e was 19 only a year was Victor Villalta now a out of high school Town Council member but when Lance Cpl. then a fellow grunt who like Donald Blue Scott died half a Scott had made it through world away in service of his basic training. H We were both in the Marines and at that time they d send you for a twoweek stop in Okinawa before being shipped out Villalta said. That was in March 1968. At mess hall he spotted a familiar face it was his former Harrison High buddy and swim team co-captain Donnie Scott. He was a little ahead of me in boot camp and he d gotten there before me and he said I m leaving for Vietnam tomorrow Villalta see VETERAN page 12 Improving the quaili o life By Karen Zautyk Observer Correspondent KEARNY Recently checking with someone about possible story ideas I was told (by the someone who shall remain nameless) A group of Kearny High School students are going to be watching a whale hatch in their classroom. I was given neither a name nor a contact number so as intriguing as this sounded (I mean how big must that egg be ) it went on the brain s back burner where it percolated for fully two days before the alleged brain realized Wait a minute. Whales don t hatch. They re mammals. Duh. Fortunately I was then emailed the correct info. It wasn t KHS it was Washington School. And the students had watched QUAILS hatch. The second-graders in teacher Marie Altobelli s class were now nurturing 32 Bobwhite chicks through the Quail in the Classroom project sponsored by the New Jersey Outdoor Alliance and the N.J. Division of Fish Wildlife. It is part of an effort to raise children s awareness of the delicate balance of nature and the need for wildlife conservation. 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Fire Chief Steve Dyl said the blaze broke out around 3 a.m in the single-family twostory wood-frame house at 182 Elm just south of Garfield Ave. The blaze was declared under control at 3 57 a.m. but some firefighters were still on the scene Friday afternoon and Elm St. remained closed to traffic between Garfield and Bergen Aves. All Kearny units responded to the alarm with assistance from the Harrison and Jersey A Mary Tortoreti President Robert Pezzolla General Manager ADVERTISING Natalie Rodriguez - Ulloa Classified Asst.to GM Kim Pezzolla Sales Rosemary Bennett Sales EDITORIAL Jim Hague Sportswriter Melissa Bastek Copywriter Ron Leir Correspondent Karen Zautyk Correspondent ART DEPARTMENT Michelle Rybeck Graphic Designer Winie Pachas Graphic Designer City Fire Departments. They were under the direction of incident commander KFD Deputy Chief Frank Viscuso. East Newark and North Arlington provided back-up coverage to the town. Dyl said five adults and four children were safely evacuated from the residence and were relocated with help from the Red Cross. None of the firefighters suffered injuries. Dyl said the crews were able to rescue one dog but we lost another. The cause of the fire which apparently started on the second floor was undetermined and is under investigation by KFD Provisional Chief Inspector John Donovan but it was not deemed suspicious. -- Karen Zautyk Photo by Karen Zautyk Suspect nabbed in Belleville robbery By Karen Zautyk Observer Correspondent Special agents of the FBI arrested an East Orange man last Thursday in connection with the armed robbery of a Belleville convenience store April 17 U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman reported. The details surrounding the hold-up appear to fit the string of ll heists by a team of bandits reported in The Observer on May 22 however a spokesman for the U.S. Attorney s Office would neither confirm nor deny that the arrestee was in any way linked to those crimes or to any other suspect. The man arrested last week was identified as Bobby Dawson 43 of East Orange charged with one count of committing a Hobbs Act robbery and one count of brandishing a firearm during a crime of violence. According to the criminal complaint filed in U.S. District Court in Newark On or about the afternoon of April 17 Dawson reportedly wearing a mask and brandishing a firearm entered the Belleville News and Food store at 111 Newark Ave. Dawson allegedly pointed the gun at the store clerk s head and demanded money from the cash registers. The clerk complied and Dawson reportedly fled with 2 000. According to the complaint security video captured the robbery and an image of the suspect removing his mask before leaving the premises. In addition the store s video had footage of a man resembling the suspect apparently conducting a reconnaissance of the shop the day before authorities said. The Hobbs Act robbery charge is punishable by a maximum potential penalty of 20 years in prison the weapons charge by a maximum life sentence and a mandatory minimum of seven years which must run consecutively to any other prison term. Each count also carries a maximum fine of 250 000 or twice the gross gain or loss. Fishman credited special agents of the FBI with the investigation leading to Dawson s arrest and also thanked the Belleville Kearny Bloomfield Maplewood Newark Paramus and Verona police departments the N.J. State Police and the Essex County Prosecutor s Office for their assistance. The heists reported in the earlier Observer story had occurred in Belleville Kearny Bloomfield Newark Linden Maplewood and West Orange over a period of nearly three months starting in early February authorities said. In May following investigations by local and state police the FBI Violent Crimes Task Force took over the case. 531 Kearny Ave. Kearny N.J. 07032 Phone 201-991-1600 Fax 201-991-8941 www.theobserver.com Display Ads Thursday by 4PM Real Estate Thursday by 12PM Obituaries Monday by 10AM Classifieds Monday by 4PM Deadlines five day weather forecast Wednesday June 5 Thursday June 6 Friday June 7 Saturday June 8 Sunday June 9 Inside Editorial .............................06 Around Town ....................15 Real Estate ........................22 Upcoming Promos 75 72 70 73 78 Partly Cloudy Mostly Cloudy Scattered T-Storms Showers Partly Cloudy Obits ...................................25 Classifieds .........................26 Business Directory ..........31 Father s Day 6-12-13 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 5 2013 03 Body in river ID d as oil-attack suspect By Karen Zautyk Observer Correspondent KEARNY hen police and firefighters fished a corpse from the murky waters of the Passaic River off South Kearny last week they put an end to a two-month hunt for a man sought in a vicious assault on his ex-wife. The body recovered in the early hours of Wednesday May 29 was identified Saturday as that of Byron Stokely 47 who had been accused of pouring a mixture of boiling water and hot oil on his former wife Terri Thompson as she slept in her Irvington home on March 28. Stokely allegedly fled the scene in Thompson s car which was later recovered but he had disappeared. Essex County law enforcement had been searching for him ever since. The 32-year-old victim suffered severe burns and was treated in the critical care unit at St. Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston. She is now recovering at home it was reported. W Ward and Pontrella contacted the Newark Fire Department to request that its fireboat which was in the general area assist in a search. The body was eventually located about 30 yards off the Kearny shore it was reported. The Kearny police were assisted by Kearny firefighters in removing the corpse from the river. KPD Det. Sgt. John View had also responded to the scene along with investigators from the offices of the Hudson County Prosecutor and the state Medical Examiner who took over the case. Authorities said it could not be immediately determined how long the body had been in the water. On Saturday night Gene Rubino spokesman for the HCPO confirmed that the body had been identified as Stokely. The preliminary ME finding indicates no signs of trauma but final results are pending further medical studies Rubino told The Observer. At press time no new information was available. Photo courtesy Essex County Prosecutor s Office Byron Stokely The unraveling of the mystery of Stokely s whereabouts began at 11 p.m. May 28 when Kearny Police Officers Frank West and Tom Pontrella on patrol in South Kearny were dispatched to the CSX railyard off Fish House Road. There they were met by a security officer from the Norfolk Southern RR who told them that an alert engineer driving a train through the area had reported seeing a body in the Passaic KPD Police Chief John Dowie told The Observer. No-Point Mortgages Pathways re-accredited Pathways to Independence was awarded accreditation from the Commission on the Accreditation for Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) for another three years. The assessment of the agency s procedures and programs all received an excellent rating. Pathways to Independence is proud of the enthusiastic and hard-working staff led by Executive Director Alvin Cox and the consumers who attend the program every day. For more than 36 years Pathways to Independence a nonprofit organization has provided life skills job training and work for adults with disabilities. It serves Hudson Bergen and parts of Essex County. 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The Kearny incident involved a flim-flam perpetrated on a Schuyler Ave. car dealer allegedly by a Newark woman who purchased a 2007 Grand Cherokee for 25 000. The cashier s check in the full amount that she gave the dealership turned out to be bogus Kearny Police Chief John Dowie reported. Detectives following a paper trail identified the suspect as 21-year-old Jasmine Johnson who is reportedly on the lam with a 20 000 check-fraud warrant hanging over her head authorities said. Shortly after the scam was reported Dowie said the Grand Cherokee was found abandoned in Newark. Kearny Det. John Plaugic searched the recovered vehicle for evidence as to who might have used it and discarded items were swabbed for DNA. Through the national Combined DNA Index System (CODIS) there was a positive match to a 19-year-old Newark resident Isaac Torres Dowie said. A Kearny warrant was issued for his arrest on a charge of receiving stolen property and on May 28 Torres was taken into custody by KPD Officer Frank West at the Essex County Jail where he was being held on charges of firearms possession and drug distribution Dowie reported. His new habitat is the Hudson County Jail the chief added. Other recent reports from the KPD blotter include the following May 24 At noon police received a report that an alert Board of Education employee had information that a 13-year-old student in Lincoln School had secreted marijuana in a deodorant stick. She notified school administration who confronted the boy and confiscated the item which allegedly was found to contain a bag of the drug. Police took possession of the pot and the case was turned over to the KPD Juvenile Aid Bureau for adjudication. May 25 P.O. Tim Castle was on patrol at 10 a.m. when he encountered two individuals loading office furniture into a van behind the currently-unoccupied Sandy-damaged KPD KFD station in South Kearny police said. With Sgt. Paul Bershefski as backup the officers questioned the men and the van driver Len McKiver 47 of Jersey City was reportedly found to have a revoked license and a nonrevoked warrant out of Riverdale. Both McKiver and his passenger Robert Breeden 46 also of Jersey City were charged with criminal trespass attempted theft and possession of burglar tools (bolt-cutters and a pry bar). May 28 At 8 30 p.m. P.O. Frank West responded to the report of a burglary on the 200 block of Schuyler Ave. Police said the occupant had returned home from work to find the door pried open and computers missing. Security-camera footage is being reviewed and Det. John Telle is in charge of the investigation. May 29 P.O. Joe Volcano and Sgt. Paul Bershefski responded to a report of an assault in progress at 11 40 a.m. on the 800 block of Kearny Ave. The female victim said she had been punched in the face and knocked off her bicycle by a man in a passing car police reported. While they were interviewing her a bystander -- Paul McGinnis 43 of Kearny --began acting out in the middle of the avenue interrupting the officers yelling and cursing and being otherwise not very helpful it is alleged. He was charged with disorderly conduct and released on bail at about 3 30 p.m. Only to resurface a few hours later police said. (See next item.) At 11 30 p.m. P.O. Kevin Canaley was dispatched to Stewart Ave. and Elm St. on the report of a burglary in progress at a liquor store. see KPD page INJURED ON THE JOB Workers Compensation Attorney 75 Kip Avenue Rutherford NJ 07070 Phone 201-635-0300 E-mail CoachlawAJC yahoo.com Andrew J. Cerco JR. You are entitled to benefits. 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If you are trying to sell that house of yours you might need to get a bit extreme when it comes to tempting potential buyers and getting them to remember your home. While curb appeal is important so is a buyer s opinion of your home and the type of person who could live there. Extremes in the housing market call for extreme open houses. Mid-Realty Inc. will make sure your open house stands out from the crowd while possibly enticing home buyers. We are a family owned and operated real estate agency in Kearny that has served our area for 45 years. Together we will sell your home for as much as the market will bear and as quickly as possible. 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North Arlington Veterans of Foreign Wars Commander Harvey Applegate said that he recommended conferring that honor to the women in recognition of their military service to their country and added that he believed it marked the first time that the borough had selected a woman two in this case to lead the parade. Borough Recreation Director Jimmy Herrmann who along with the local recreation commission organized the annual event estimated that some 2 500 spectators watched the 500 marchers from 30 participating units as they proceeded along the route beginning at Canterbury Ave. and ending about three quarters of a mile down Ridge Rd. at Borough Hall. Probably the most distinctive entries to the parade Photos courtesy Borough of North Arlington Parade scenes clockwise from l. Borough officials at reviewing stand Volunteer Fire Dept. Band NAVES members and ambulance and North Arlington Soccer Association. were six privately-owned military vehicles including a jeep an M35 Deuce transport and a Humvee with a 50-caliber weapon mounted on it that fired periodic propane blasts. Musical entertainment was provided by the St. Columcille United Gaelic Pipe Band Little Ferry Pipe Band North Arlington Volunteer Fire Dept. Band and local school bands. Also marching were local VFW American Legion and Ladies Auxiliary government officials units from the North Arlington Police Department North Arlington Volunteer Fire Department North Arlington Volunteer Emergency Services a host of community civic organizations including the Boy Scouts Daisies Elks Emblem Women s Club and youngsters from local recreation teams along with the Garden State Roller Girls classic cars and clowns. Also notable was the first public appearance of the borough s newly acquired ambulance described by borough spokesman Thom Ammirato as all electronic and boasts the latest in medical equipment and radio communications [and] runs on a diesel engine. This vehicle which replaces an eight-year-old model according to Emergency Management Services Chief Tony Mondaro now gives the borough four usable ambulances. Mayor Peter Massa said The men and women of our EMS team and the N.A. Volunteer Emergency Squad do a terrific job responding to people in need of medical attention and the [borough] council and I want to make sure they have the best equipment we can afford to make their job easier. North Arlington bonded 176 000 to purchase the new ambulance and spent an additional 15 000 to outfit it. Ron Leir Pool & Patio S u pe rSto re POOLS SERVING THE COMMUNITY OVER 25 YEARS LAW OFFICE OF ANGELA C. FEMINO ESQ. 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Any letters that exceed the maximum will be edited at the discretion of the publisher who reserves the right at any time to reject or edit the letters for space. Letters must include the writer s name address and telephone number for verification purposes. The deadline for letters is Thursday at 5 p.m. Any letters that arrive after deadline will not be considered for the upcoming publication. Letters can be sent by e-mail to publisher theobserver.com or mailed to 531 Kearny Ave. Kearny N.J. 07032. Anonymous letters will not be published under any circumstances. 06 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 5 2013 What s in a (street) name Okay boys and girls our new word for today is contumacious. According to the dictionary that s con tu ma cious. Adjective. Pronounced kon-tuhMAY-shuhs or kon-too-MAYshuhs. Definition stubbornly disobedient rebellious . Usage in a sentence The judge threatened to charge the contumacious witness with contempt of court. Synonyms balky contrary disobedient defiant froward [froward drat now I have to look up froward] incompliant insubordinate intractable obstreperous ungovernable unruly untoward wayward willful. First known use of contumacious 1583. That s all it says. 1583. Really How do we know Used by whom Where Why In what context Maybe two peasants were sitting around the hearth one evening and one says Forsooth mine oxen hath become contumacious. And his friend says Awesome word dude Did st thou just maketh that up How would st thou spelleth it Spelleth I can t even readeth or writeth. Anyway I d like to know the whole story. Some citaintriguing exception. I had an assignment at Washington School in Kearny the other day and because I can never remember which of the Belgrove Drive schools is I Googled the name and the only references I could find were on a Kearny High School alumni message board that appears to have been inactive since 2006. But there I found What I couldn t figure out was why it was called that. I knew what the definition was Perry continued. but was unable to match it up on a search engine with the name Kearny. It makes better sense now knowing a little more about the relationship between General Kearny and his horse I wonder why the town never acknowledged this bit of historical trivia by putting up a simple street sign. The historical trivia appears to refer to another poster s citing Gen. Philip Kearny s having to deal with a contumacious horse and mule during a Western expedition. But it was only an incidental comment in a book and doesn t appear to have much importance. Certainly not enough to warrant a street name in the Town of Kearny. There must be more to the story. And it may have nothing to do with the general at all. If any Kearny history buff has ever solved the mystery of Contumacious Trail contact me at The Observer. Meanwhile somebody please put up a street sign. Karen Zautyk tion would help. The trouble with research is that it often raises more questions than it answers. These days the word appears to be used primarily in courtrooms and legal documents. With at least one Washington and which is Garfield (I never said I was bright) I needed to check a map. The one shown here. On which I noticed something strange. Look at West Hudson Park. See it A road named Contumacious Trail. several postings by an A.J. Perry with such comments as I . . . was quite surprised to learn that most of us on this Forum probably travelled over its half-mile length multiple times without ever knowing what it was officially called. Don t forget to check www.theobserver.com for news that didn t make it into this week s paper Follow us on Facebook & twitter.com theobservernj THE OBSERVER OFFICE WILL BE MOVING OUR NEW ADDRESS 39 SEELEY AVENUE KEARNY NJ 07731 (CORNER OF KEARNY AVE. & SEELEY AVE.) THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 5 2013 07 Borough can t reclaim water utility By Ron Leir Observer Correspondent NORTH ARLINGTON fter spending nearly two and a half years in court and at least 100 000 in legal fees North Arlington has lost its bid to cancel the sale of the borough s water utility to the Passaic Valley Water Commission. Now at the court s direction both sides will meet to negotiate other legal issues arising from the 2004 sale including unpaid permit fees the borough says it s owed by the utility and an ancillary access agreement that clarifies the utility s responsibilities to the borough. Mayor Peter Massa said We ll continue to mediate toward a settlement on handling street openings use of cops on an overtime basis maintenance of hydrants and getting proper permits. Those talks have been delegated to Borough Attorney Doug Bern after that the mayor and Borough Council voted last month to sever former Borough Attorney Randy Pearce from the litigation. As Massa put it We approved a resolution to have [Pearce s] role terminated so the balance of the case could be handled by Bern. The May 9 resolution was approved on party lines the four-member Democratic majority carried it by a 4-2 margin. Massa said that the borough has already provided Pearce s law firm with about 100 000 in compensation for work on the case. In December 2010 nearly six years after it sold the water utility to the PVWC for about 4 million the borough sued the PVWC for alleged breach of contract related to the sale price lack of an ancillary services agreement and failure to properly maintain the system. But in her May 2 ruling Superior Court Judge Margaret Mary McVeigh sitting in Passaic County dismissed the borough s complaint concluding that despite North Arlington s allegation that there were misrepresentations about the purchase price she could find no evidence of fraud by the PVWC. While the borough argued A that it got a bum deal from its negotiations with the PVWC the court said it wasn t obliged to create a better agreement for the parties that they negotiated for themselves. And it could always have walked away the court said. As for North Arlington s argument that it ended up getting stuck with a deal made by then-sitting government without public bidding the court noted that the borough has not come forward with any facts to demonstrate ... that 1) there were other parties interested in purchasing [its] water system or 2) North Arlington missed a better opportunity to sell the water system by relying on the facts at the time of closing. Additionally the court went on to say ... North Arlington has failed to establish ... why it took nearly six years after the contract was executed for North Arlington to challenge PVWC .... While the borough argued that its residents have suffered since the sale by having to pay water rates higher than other municipalities the court noted that At no time since the closing has North Arlington ever filed an application [to reduce the rates] before the PVWC .... After the sale the court noted PVWC employees were in the borough changing meters conducting road maintenance and re-lining water lines even in the absence of an ancillary services agreement. While violations of municipal ordinances were noted [for allegedly failing to get permits for the work] no action [by North Arlington] was taken in 2005 2006 2007 or 2008. Straightening out that shortcoming is what the borough now hopes to achieve through negotiations with the utility instead of spending more money to appeal the court ruling Massa said. The borough has not completely ruled out an appeal but at this time we feel it is more financially prudent to pursue a negotiated settlement with the PVWC that will hopefully yield better service for our community Massa said. The negotiations will touch on fees that the borough says the utility should have been paying it for road opening permits that could reach an estimated low six figures according to Bern. Those permits are required whenever a the utility digs up a street to repair water lines. The talks will also deal with what the borough characterized as close out costs from the last quarter of 2004. The borough says it s owed money the PVWC collected from property owners in the closing months of 2004 while the PVWC contends the borough owes it money for water used by the borough water utility. Both sides are due to meet in mid-July with former Superior Court Judge Daniel Mecca who will serve as a courtappointed arbitrator to try to settle their differences. 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He has been invited to speak at various Fortune 500 companies like Google Oracle etc. For children he has established a special personality development program called BalMukund Character Building Program . He has inspired people all over the world on the path of spirituality holistic health yoga meditation service to society and God-realization. June 15th (Sat) to 21st (Fri) 2013 Kearny Mandir Hindu Community Center 156 Schuyler Avenue Kearny NJ 07032 6 15 (Sat) 6 16 (Sun) 6 17 to 6 20 (M to Thu) 6 21 (Fri) Days Yoga & Meditation 4PM - 5 15 PM 11AM - 12 15PM 6PM - 7 15PM ------------ 5 15PM - 7PM 12 15PM - 2PM 7 15PM- 9PM 7 15PM - 9PM Discourses 08 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 5 2013 Habitat ready to start building in Kearny By Ron Leir Observer Correspondent KEARNY t s taken more than two years to get to this point but now finally the Hudson County Chapter of Habitat for Humanity International is ready to begin assembling its first Kearny dwelling. So it would appear at least from the posse of ceremonial I shovel-shifters who descended on the edge of a 25-foot-wide by 175-foot long dirt lot at 41 Kearny Ave. under a broiling sun for a photo op last Thursday May 30. When the few spadefuls of dirt had been turned and speeches made it remained for chapter co-directors Tom Bruning and Greg Strid to outline what s ahead now that the former Hudson County TB clinic that has stood empty on the site for many years is just a memory now. The county had essentially deeded over the property for a token 1 on the condition that Habitat a nonprofit ecumenical Christian ministry advocating for decent safe and affordable housing would commit to building such a residence on the site. After lining up financing Photo courtesy Greg Strid Sponsors and supporters of Habit for Humanity s at ceremonial groundbreaking for its first Kearny project at 41 Kearny Ave. for the project eliminating a proposed ground-floor retail space and getting local Planning Board approvals Habitat acting as its own general contractor engaged a construction manager Dave Tillou of Foran & Associates of Pittstown to oversee demolition of the old clinic and to erect the new structure. A Google search yielded scant background on Tillou who while previously working under the company name Design Enterprise was involved with a 1 million construction project at the Hunterdon County Poly-Tech School in Flemington in 2006 and more recently was construction manager at a multi-year project at Franklin Township School in Quakertown through 2011. Although Habitat typically solicits the future occupants of the homes it builds and others to donate their labor Bruning said We have contractors doing the heavy lifting. Volunteers won t be invited onto the site until there are functional stairs in place he said. Volunteers who will be recruited from the Kearny community will be assigned jobs with supervision by professionals that will meet your skill set and comfort level he added. To further explain the process to the public and make applications available Habitat will hold two open houses June 15 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Kearny Public Library 318 Kearny Ave. and June 22 from 10 a.m. to noon at the First Presbyterian Church of Arlington 663 Kearny Ave. Habitat is starting small in Kearny Plans call for a threestory building with a single two-bedroom ADA-compliant apartment on the first floor a three-bedroom apartment on the second floor and another three-bedroom unit on the top floor. The apartments would be sold as condominiums. 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I m offering a line of Carmine s & Johnny s 20 gourmet ices which are manufactured by JT Ices out of Brooklyn said longtime Stewart s owner Mike Decato. It s a 1.99 for a small squeeze cup. The ices are named in memory of Johnny Decato his late uncle who took over the business from founder Walter Stahl originally a tool and die maker from Union and the late Carmine Decato Mike s dad who bought the place from his brother. Decato s personal mouthwatering favorites are honey graham cracker cannoli spumoni and black cherry cheesecake the cake has THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 5 2013 09 Chill out with gourmet ices at Stewart s A real cheese in it he promises. We ve never had anything like this before in the 64 years the store has been here he said. The original Stewart s franchise was established in 1924 in Mansfield Ohio. Up to now Stewart s fans have been treated to the normal roadside staples of franks sandwich specialties (like kielbasa with pierogies Italian sausage Taylor ham grilled cheese) and a value meal menu with a variety of beverages at reasonable prices. But now with Mother Nature turning up the heat Stewart s is rounding out its daily selections with traditional summertime fare. There s refreshing Italian ices with enough flavors designed to tickle the palate vanilla black cherry cappuccino chocolate vanilla oreo coconut banana banana fudge swirl mango peach tropical passion cherry lemon root beer creamsicle blue raspberry sky blue and rainbow. Not to mention a full line of hard ice cream with vanilla chocolate strawberry chocolate chip cookie dough butter pecan chocolate chip mint pistachio and rum raisin. Prices for ices and ice cream range from 1.99 for a small size to 8.99 for a takeout quart. Customers can also choose from among strawberry hot fudge or caramel sundaes cones floats or a Stewart Blizzard (pick your candy and flavor of ice cream). Still not satisfied Desserts include zeppoles 16-ounce slushes banana splits waffle sandwiches and 22-ounce homemade milk shakes with hard ice cream and real milk. Take your choice of side candies M&Ms Oreos Reese s Pieces and Heath Bars. My 83-year-old mother is baking pies and desserts for me Decato said. The idea of serving up the savory sweets came to Decato when a retired chiropractor pal from Staten Island introduced me to it at the end of last summer. Since his business had taken a slight downturn which wasn t helped by Superstorm Sandy doing some of its own damage to inventory I figured it needed a little oomph to get it moving Decato said. Now Decato s hoping to see a payoff in summer trade. The 52-year-old merchant has learned the business from the ground up starting at age 12 washing down tables cleaning the bathroom waiting on customers. Seven years later he had essentially taken over running the operation. The owner says he s put his life blood into making the place a welcome stop for families in the area providing enclosed comfortable outdoor table seating for up to 70 diners and counter seating for an additional 10 individuals. We also provide carhop service he said for those who prefer munching in their vehicles. There s on-site parking available for about 50 cars. While most patrons are from the West Hudson South Bergen area Decato said he s heard of some people coming down from Rockaway [in Morris County] where there s another franchise because they find our food better. Decato said he remains committed to providing the best produce and service available so he can stay local. Originally from Cranford he s made North Arlington his residence since 1980 and he likes the area. He acknowledges that the property could have value for a fast food-type outlet and he s considered renting it out but that would only be as a last resort. I wouldn t know what to do with myself Decato said. I m not married got no hobbies. This place has been my life. It s in my blood. Ron Leir R 938 Passaic Ave Kearny 201-998-0600 R 10 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 5 2013 Highlights from the Nutley Police blotter May 30 At 4 47 p.m. police responded to a Vine St. residence where the owner showed officers a dent to their vehicle s passenger back door and scratches along the bumper. The owner told police they d been running errands in Nutley during the day had parked in various locations and didn t notice the damage until returning home. Police were unable to determine how the damage was caused. At 3 24 a.m. police received a fireworks complaint from a Valley Road location. One resident told police he believed someone was setting off the fireworks while hiding in the bushes at Radcliffe School. The alleged mischiefmaker was described as a tall white man wearing long pants. Another neighbor who griped about being awoken by the sound of fireworks told police they went outside to smoke but saw no one. Police searched the area but found no one matching the description. May 29 A Conover Ave. resident called police at 11 41 a.m. to report hearing a loud noise looking out the window and seeing the rear window of their vehicle shattered causing an estimated 300 in damages. Police said a landscaping crew was cutting grass nearby but saw no stone near the vehicle which was towed to a mechanic for repairs. May 28 At 10 20 a.m. police were dispatched to the upper field house at Rheinheimer Park on a report of a door open. At the scene officers observed that the rear door of a storage shed where rakes and shovels are kept had been kicked in. The Recreation Department and Little League president were advised of the incident. May 25 At 1 58 p.m. police went to a Franklin Ave. bar to investigate a report of a fight. Police said a dispute occurred between two patrons resulting in one of them being assaulted with a knife resulting in cuts to his head and leg. The victim was taken to an area hospital for treatment and released. Police arrested Anthony Campisi 39 of Woodland Park on charges of aggravated assault terroristic threats possession of a weapon and possession of a weapon for unlawful purpose. Campisi was released after posting 10 000 bail. At 12 47 p.m. police responded to a call about a fallen tree at Chestnut Place. A resident told police they heard a noise and looked outside and saw that a township tree had toppled across Chestnut at the corner of Willow Place. Police said the tree fell on power wires but the wires remained intact. Police notified the township Shade Tree unit and Public Service Electric & Gas. At 6 52 a.m. police were called to a Franklin Ave. business on a report of a broken window. The owner told police that when they came to work that morning they discovered a large crack in the lower glass portion of the front door. However after police checked the building for signs for forced entry they said it appeared that no one had gotten inside. -- Ron Leir The Jersey Shore has come to Kearny R 938 Passaic Ave Kearny 201-998-0600 Ice Cream Cones Waffle Ice Cream Sandwiches vors Banana Splits zing Fla 20 Ama alian Ices Ice Cream Sundays et It Gourm g includin Zeppoles umoni oli & Sp Cann GRAND OPENING 15 SCHUYLER AVE. NORTH ARLINGTON (located in Super Foodtown mall across from CVS) KPD from 04 GET ONE BUY ONE CANTINA BUY ONE COOL RANCH FREE SMALL SODA OR BURRITO BOWL OR DORITO LOCO TACO WITH ORBURRITO FREE GET ONE FREE OF ANY TACO Please mention The Observer when ordering Armed with descriptions of the suspects Canaley searched the area spotted two individuals who matched the IDs and with backup from Officers Sean Kelly and Mike Santucci detained the duo. Sgt. Michael O Neill interviewed the original caller who reportedly assured him that the right people had been apprehended. Arrested were Paul McGinnis (see item above) and Michael Czerminski 54 of North Arlington both of whom were charged with criminal attempted burglary and conspiracy. Additionally Czerminski was charged with possession of burglar tools. May 30 Another burglary in progress this time to a motor vehicle was reported at 7 a.m. on the 400 block of Forest St. P.O. Jay Ward located the vehicle in question a Toyota minivan checked the interior and discovered a 21-year-old male attempting to conceal himself therein police said. Ward located the minivan s owner who reportedly assured the officer that the man was not authorized to be in the vehicle. Charged with burglary and theft (an iPhone and a purse that had been in the vehicle) was Kini Crawford of Kearny. P.O. Rich Carbone on patrol at Belgrove Drive and Wilson Ave. at 5 15 p.m. spotted a 23-year-old Orange resident Derek Gaters whom he knew to be wanted on a Belleville warrant. After confirming this he arrested Gaters and took him to KPD HQ. Belleville authorities were notified. -- Karen Zautyk THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 5 2013 11 N. Arlington man accused of sex crime HACKENSACK A 40-year-old North Arlington man has been arrested in connection with an alleged sex crime it was announced May 30 by the Bergen County Prosecutor s Office. Prosecutor John L. Molinelli said the arrest resulted from an investigation conducted by members of his office s Special Victims Unit led by Chief Steven Cucciniello and the Lyndhurst Police Department under Chief James O Connor. According to Molinelli on May 29 members of the Special Victims Unit and Lyndhurst Police arrested Juan Carlos Collado of Allan Drive after learning that he had allegedly inappropriately touched a 13-year-old female acquaintance. Molinelli said the alleged Prosecutor s Office Special Victims Unit. The investigation and arrest followed. Collado listed as divorced and an employee of a car sales business in Edison was charged with one count of sexual assault and one count of endangering the welfare of a child both second degree crimes. Collado was sent to the Bergen County Jail Hackensack after bail was set by Judge George Savino at 50 000 with no 10% cash option and no contact with the victim permitted. FATHER S DAY GRADUATION CONFIRMATION PICNICS Photo courtesy Bergen County Prosecutor s Office BENSI DOES THE COOKIN FOR ALL YOUR EVENTS Juan C. Collado acts took place about a year ago in Lyndhurst when the victim was between ages 11 and 12. Molinelli said the state Division of Child Protection and Permanency was notified of the allegation the week of May 20 and subsequently contacted the Bergen County recalled that several years ago Habitat approached the town with the idea of building affordable housing in Kearny. It was an idea I fully supported and with the cooperation of county and local officials including County Executive Tom DeGise Susan Mearns who heads the County Office of Housing and Community Development Freeholder Al Cifelli and the Kearny Town Council this old unused property that years ago was a TB chest clinic will soon become affordable condominiums for families who will be the owners of those new units. I look forward to working with the families who will eventually live at 41 Kearny Ave. as they contribute their sweat equity to building their new homes. Since the Hudson Chapter was formed in 2004 it has completed two single family homes on Ocean Ave. in Jersey City s Greenville section facilitated by the donation of land from Jersey City private donations volunteer labor and 400 hours of sweat equity from each of the partner families. This summer the Hudson Chapter under the leadership of co-director Greg Strid will implement Habitat Helping Hands undertaking several moderate-scale projects to repair homes damaged by Hurricane Sandy. FREE FREE VALID VALID ALL WEEK LIMIT 1 DISCOUNT PER CHECK PER VISIT. NOT COMBINABLE WITH OTHER OFFERS. NOT VALID HOLIDAYS. EXP 6 20 13 10% OFF TRAYS TO- GO VALID SUN TO THU DINNER SIZE ONLY EGGPLANT PARMIGIANA BUY 1 GET 1 VALID AT HASBROUCK HGTS & NO. ARLINGTON ONLY. LIMIT 1 DISCOUNT PER GROUP TABLE ORDER. NOT COMBINABLE WITH OTHER OFFERS. 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We haven t decided what [selection] criteria to use if we get more than three families who qualify for the apartments Bruning said. We d likely hold a public lottery of some kind. Kearny Federal Savings is fronting Habitat for the project which Habitat figures should run just over 400 000 factoring in demolition professional fees and administrative costs. Tearing down the old clinic took about two weeks due partly to a stretch of bad weather and because it had been taken apart in pieces so as to avoid damaging the two neighboring properties. Three trees abutting the southern property were replaced with a new white picket fence. Habitat hopes to finish construction by mid-September. Mayor Alberto Santos thanked Habitat Hudson Chapter President Bridget Hamill and other project participants for their efforts. 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Years later when the present-day Harrison High School was opened in 2007 Villalta s memories of Donnie and the many accolades his friend won for his swimming exploits were rekindled. 01 I asked the Board of Education to name something for Donnie for making the supreme sacrifice he said. And last Thursday May 30 on the heels of Memorial Day weekend that s exactly what the board did. Now there is a plaque bearing a photo of Scott in uniform mounted on the wall of the high school pool lobby. It says the Harrison High School Natatorium is dedicated to Lance Cpl. Donald Blue Scott Class of 1967 Swim Team Co-Captain who made the supreme sacrifice in service to his country. At a brief ceremony attended by the West Hudson Marine Corps Color Guard the Harrison High School and Washington Middle School Blue Notes Choir sang Mayor Raymond McDonough and Superintendent of Schools James Doran offered brief tributes and Donnie s sister Janet Scott-Mahnken spoke for family members. 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Donnie s cousin Lloyd Murdoch of Brick Township explained how Donnie was just gung ho. He couldn t wait to go. His dad Duncan was in the Coast Guard in World War II. And Scott-Mahnken added that s why her brother didn t want to be drafted into the Army. He wanted the Marines because they were a sister service to the Coast Guard. And given his competitive edge in the pool maybe Donnie counted on that skill to come in hand as a Marine. Harrison Board of Education President James Fife who was Donnie s swim coach in 1966 said Donnie s specialty was backstroke but he could swim anything and he held many county records. But Donnie had other interests. His sister remembered he was a Little League AllStar played with the Woodsiders Drum & Bugle Corps and loved anything to do with racing cars. A free spirit Donnie was known for his red hair freckles and contagious laugh the dedication program noted. This is a wonderful event said Donnie s younger brother Russell who still lives in Harrison and he credited Villalta for having worked tirelessly for this and it s great. Another brother Bruce of Fords also attended the ceremony. Attendees were reminded that Harrison had previously renamed Hill St. as ScottMobus Place in memory of Donald Scott and another native son of Harrison Army Pvt. Joseph Patrick Mobus who was killed in Vietnam on Aug. 19 1969. Ed Marshman commander of the Harrison American Legion post remembered serving as a member of the joint VFW Legion honor guard for Scott at the funeral service adding His body was laid out in Town Hall all night and the then-Mayor Frank E. Rodgers was responsible for that. Closing the ceremony Scott-Mahnken offered a final tribute to Donnie s benefactor Victor you ve been a great friend to Donnie and me. Semper Fi. 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Ricciardi said that various can work across party lines. efficiencies such as gas-fired This project is an example of furnaces will help make the just that philosophy. Among those listening to the project affordable to rent governor s speech was Joseph and operate. There will be Fornarotto second vice presi- key card access and on-site parking for 75 vehicles he said. dent of the Belleville Senior Also planned is a 4 000 square Club who recalled being part of a local initiative 25 years ago foot community room. Esposito said the townto establish a senior citizen ship would be collecting a residence. We had the money to [build] here but politics got PILOT (payment in lieu of taxes) amounting to 6% of the in the way he said. At least project s gross receipts. He 40% of the families in Belcouldn t estimate what the dolleville need this. lar value would be at this time. Township Manager Kevin We expect to break ground Esposito and Mayor Kimble in September and it should said prospects for a senior 01 Rendering courtesy Essex County Executive s Office Here s how the developer envisions the proposed senior citizen complex in Belleville. seniors when you take money from various levels of government you can t stop people outside Belleville from coming in and using the facility [if they meet the eligibility criteria]. Among those hoping to live in the new development is Janet Venturo who has lived in Belleville nearly half a century. It s about time Venturo said of the new project. My husband Jack and I have our own home but we re going to apply for an apartment because we re up in years. It s time to let go. HAPPY FATHER S DAY Photo by Ron Leir Gov. Chris Christie greets the crowd at ceremonial groundbreaking for new senior residence. building were renewed about six years ago when developer Paul Debellis of the Franklin Development Group approached the town about putting up rental apartments reserved for people ages 55 and above. The Belleville Senior Center at the front of the development tract will remain in place but Esposito said the developer is looking to improve the asphalt parking area and relocate the club s bocce court to the northwest corner of the tract and enclose it with a canopy. Robert Ricciardi the architect for the project said that work would be done in two phases with 86 apartments planned for the first stage and take a year and a half to complete Esposito said. Construction and land costs are pegged at about 18 million officials said. The Essex County Executive s Office listed the projected funding sources as follows 6 million verbally committed by the state Community Development Block Grant program 4.9 million sought from N.J. Housing Mortgage Financing Agency Low Income Housing Tax Credits 1.69 million sought from Essex County HOME program 1.4 million in developer equity and 4.16 million sought from N.J. HMFA. 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As Pola Galie operating manager of the Lighthouse Center for Natural Resources Education located in Waretown told us quail were once plentiful in New Jersey but the last count in 2010 indicated there were only about 600 left in the wild in the entire state. In the world of birds 600 is a worrisomely low number a substantially decreased population threatened in the words of the Outdoor Alliance by its devastating loss of habitat. That should come as no surprise to anyone who has recently ventured into what used Photos by Karen Zautyk to be the hinterlands of the Washington School teacher Marie Altobelli and her second-graders are having Garden State. 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Altobelli told us that when quail are in the wild they group together in a covey (one of the students provided that correct term) of 10 to 16 birds sitting in a circle and all facing outward. That way they can see a predator approaching and if one appears they can all fly off in separate directions without crashing into each other. Smart quails. The quail eggs (they are very very small) were delivered to Washington School on March 27 and kept in an incubator set at exactly 99.5 degrees with humidity strictly controlled. If the humidity is too high the eggs go soft if it s too low they get brittle Altobelli explained. In either case they then won t hatch. The first Washington School quail hatched Friday April 19. On that Saturday there were a dozen and a dozen more by Sunday. It was a weekend but Altobelli was at the school. And I haven t had a decent night s sleep since she joked. The custodians were so kind she noted thanking them for allowing her access to care for the newborns. In all 33 Bobwhites were hatched but one sadly died. The children named that one Miracle. All 32 have names now ranging from Franco and Stella to Sundance Jolly Rancher and Hershey Kisses to Beast. They are in two large cages at the back of the classroom but there s also a tiny camera that projects live images onto the smart board at the front so the children can keep an eye on the chicks all day. The cages have feeding bowls and lots of fresh leaves (a quail delicacy) and water bowls but Altobelli provided water bottles too -- the sort you see hamsters using. And she taught the chicks to drink from them by tapping the spout and sprinkling a drop or two of water on their beaks. They caught on immediately see QUAIL page 16 around town Bloomfield s local access TV station (Ch. 35 Comcast Ch. 30 Verizon) is now offering a double feature of its show Saturday Night at the Movies a combination of classic cartoons action-packed serials and vintage movies every Saturday at 8 p.m. Here is the schedule for June Double Feature Month June 8 Rich And Strange and DOA June 15 Last Man On Earth and Meet John Doe June 22 Prelude To War and They Made Me a Criminal and June 29 Panic In The Streets and Suddenly. Oakeside Bloomfield Cultural Center 240 Belleville Ave. is holding an art camp for children ages 5 to 13. Session 1 (July 8 to 12) and Session 2 (July 15 to 19) The Wellrounded Artist Campers will work in a variety of media. Cost 250 materials included. Session 3 (July 22 to 26) Adventures in Cooking Campers will learn a different culinary treat each day. Cost 275 materials included. Session 4 (July 29 to Aug. 2) Creative Crafts Jewelry-making macram printing woodworking and more. Cost 250 materials included. Session 5 (Aug. 5 to 9) Adventures in Cooking. Classes are held Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Register early class size is limited. All students must bring lunch mid-morning snack and water. Wear clothes that can get dirty from art supplies. Registration forms are available on the Oakeside web site - www.oakeside.org. Join the Family Music Studio at Our Lady of Czestochowa 115 S. 3rd St. 4th floor Harrison every Tuesday at 10 a.m. for Suzuki Early Childhood Education classes for ages up to 4. These fun and educational classes provide active exposure to music and lay the foundation for future instrumental study. The teacher Lillian Bielinski has a master s degree in music and teaching certification in the Suzuki Method. For more information contact Lillian THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 5 2013 15 Bloomfield at (913) 645-9511 by e-mail lillianbielinski gmail.com or visit www.harrisonfamilymusicstudio.weebly.com Washington Middle School PTO is hosting a Tricky Tray fundraiser on Thursday June 6 at Harrison High School 800 Hamilton Ave. Doors open at 6 30 p.m. Tickets are 10 in advance and 15 at the door (limited tickets available). Tickets can be purchased in the main office of WMS or call 973-483-2285 and ask for Cecy at ext. 5012 or Mayra at ext. 2045. Pop Warner Football registration is being held through June 28 at the Harrison Community Center 401 Warren St. for Seniors (grades 7 and 8). Juniors (grades 5 and 6) and Mighty Mites (grades 1 and 2). Registration fee is 65. For more information contact the community center at 973-2682469. The community center is also conducting registration for cheerleading for the 2013 football season through June 14. Tryouts will be announced. Registration is open to the following grades Pee-Wees grades 1 to 3 Juniors grades 4 to 6 and Seniors grades 7 and 8. For more information contact the community center at 973-268-2469. Kearny Public Library 318 Kearny Ave. will host a Flag Day celebration on Friday June 14 at 7 p.m. honoring the contributions of River Terminal Development and the Friends of the Kearny Public Library who have helped make many improvements to both town libraries over the last couple years. The evening will feature live music by local band 1978 and an American picnicinspired meal. Many building improvements to be showcased include new framed art prints throughout the library new tables and seating areas and completely reconfigured shelving. Speakers include Mayor Alberto Santos Councilwoman Eileen Eckel Board President Sean Mara and Library Director Josh Humphrey. Kearny Harrison Tickets will be 5 which must be paid in advance at the Main Library. Space is limited so call or stop by the library for reservations. For more information on this or other programs call 201-998-2666 or visit www.kearnylibrary.org. The Main Library s play group for ages 2 1 2 - 4 1 2 meets on Tuesdays in June from 11 to 11 45 a.m. and Thursdays from 11 30 a.m. to 12 15 p.m. except on Tuesday June 25. Baby Steps play story time with music and bubbles for ages up to 2 will continue on Wednesdays at the Main Library from 10 30 to 11 15 a.m. At the Branch library 759 Kearny Ave. Play Group will take place on Thursdays from 11 to 11 45 a.m. Meet Muscle Man Mike and Soccer Sue when they present Fit-4-Kids with music games and exercising from 4 to 5 p.m. on Friday June 7 at the Main Library. Children ages 4 and older are invited to the library from 4 30 to 5 30 p.m. on Monday June 24 to watch Snakes-nScales present It Came From Beneath the Earth a live animal show to celebrate the beginning of Dig Into Reading the library s Vacation Reading Challenge. Children ages 2 1 2 - 5 are invited to the Main Library for Preschool Art with Desiree Mills from 11 a.m. to noon on Tuesday June 25. The library will provide the art materials. Registration is not necessary but space is limited. Children ages 5 and older are invited to art class at the Main Library with Desiree Mills from 4 to 5 p.m. on Wednesday June 26. The library will provide the art materials. Registration is not necessary but space is limited. Kearny UNICO will meet on Thursday June 6 at 7 30 p.m. Anyone interested in attending the meeting and or learning more about Kearny UNICO should contact Chapter President Lou Pandolfi at 201-368-2409. New members are always welcome. Kearny UNICO supports scholarships charities and the local community. of dog food both canned and dry available to anyone who due to unemployment disability or any other financial difficulty cannot afford to feed their dog. Just stop by or call 201-896-9300 for more information.. Hours Monday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday to Friday 10 a.m. to 5 30 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Join the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission (NJMC) and the Bergen County Audubon Society (BCAS) for a free two-hour plant walk with botanist Edith Wallace on Sunday June 9 at 10 a.m. Check meadowblog. net for last-minute weather updates. You will have to sign a standard liability release that is good for NJMC BCAS events throughout the year. To R.S.V.P. contact Don Torino of the BCAS at greatauk4 aol. com or 201-230-4983. The Lyndhurst Health Department 601 Riverside Ave. will host a Senior Health Fair on Tuesday June 11 from 2 to 6 p.m. This event will offer free screenings as well as free promotional items. Screenings include but are not limited to blood pressure memory exam hearing BMI muscle tension and chiropractic. Local businesses will be there to facilitate new ways for seniors to become more active at this stage in life. There will also be opportunities to learn about estate planning as well as long-term care planning. Families of seniors are also welcome to attend. Donations will also be accepted for the Lyndhurst Food Pantry. For more information contact the Health Department at 201-8042500. The Health Department will host its bi-annual blood screening on Friday June 7. Appointments begin at 8 am. This blood screening will include a chemistry profile cholesterol level blood count and thyroid level. This service is available to Lyndhurst residents over the age of 18 for a 20 fee. Pre-registration Lyndhurst is required so call the Health The Humane Society of Ber- Department for appointments. gen County 221-223 Stuyvesant Payments can be submitted in Ave. Lyndhurst has a supply see AROUND TOWN next page Kearny UNICO is sponsoring a Dining to Donate fundraiser at Kearny Applebee s on Wednesday June 5 from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Eat-in or takeout. For your order to count in support of Kearny UNICO you must present a flyer. To obtain a flyer contact Lou Pandolfi. Kearny Mandir Hindu Community Center 156 Schuyler Ave. Kearny announces free yoga and meditation programs with enlightening talks. Yoga and meditation will be held on Saturday June 15 from 4 to 5 15 p.m. Sunday June 16 from 11 a.m. to 12 15 p.m. Monday to Thursday June 17 to 20 from 6 to 7 15 p.m. Talks Saturday June 15 from 5 15 to 7 p.m. Sunday June 16 from 12 15 to 2 p.m. Monday to Friday June 17 to 20 from 7 15 to 9 p.m. A vegetarian meal will be served after the talks. The Thistle Eclipse U10 girls soccer team will hold a flapjack breakfast fundraiser at Applebee s in Kearny on Saturday June 8 from 8 to 10 a.m. The cost of the ticket is 10 which includes pancake sausage eggs and beverage. For tickets call Mary at 570977-4259. Tickets will also be sold on the day of the fundraiser at the door. Trinity Episcopal Church 575 Kearny Ave. Kearny will hold a flea market and health screening on Saturday June 8. The flea market will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Both new and used items as well as crafts will be available for sale. Breakfast and lunch foods will be available for sale. Tables are still available at a cost of 15 each or two for 25. The health screening will be from 9 to 11 a.m. Nurses from Clara Maass Hospital will check blood pressure cholesterol and sugar levels. Avoid eating before the screening. All participants will receive a coupon for food from the flea market snack bar. For more information call the church office at 201-9915894. 16 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 5 2013 QUAIL from and now stand in line to wait their turn. Altobelli said the quail will remain at the school until mid-June. Then the Outdoor Alliance will assume custody putting them in larger cages and then flight cages and finally releasing them in wildlife management areas. The Alliance is also working with N.J. landowners to encourage them to create quail-friendly habitats on 14 their property the better to promote repopulation of the species. Although Quail in the Classroom has been around for several years Washington School is the first and only school in North Jersey to participate and Altobelli thanked both Principal Jon Zimmerman and Kearny Superintendent of Schools Frank Ferraro for their enthusiastic support. Taking care of animals has a profound effect on young children she told us. I wanted to involve my students in a project that would impact their attitudes and understanding of wildlife management and its importance. Altobelli can remember when the quail s distinctive cry was not a rarity in N.J. There s no Bobwhite call anymore she said sadly. But we heard it for admittedly the first time the other afternoon in her classroom. And it was beautiful. 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Lyndhurst Public Library children s room 355 Valley Brook Ave. encourages children in grades 1 to 4 to create a special craft on Thursday June 13 from 3 30 to 4 15 p.m. Registration is required. Children in grades pre-k to 3 are welcome to come to the library to make a Get Ready for Summer craft on Tuesday June 18 from 3 30 to 4 15 p.m. Registration is required. Registration is currently open to June 14 to grades pre-k to 6 for the library s summer reading program Dig Into Reading. Children will explore all things underground. Activities may include programs on dinosaurs or construction vehicles animals that live underground or Ancient Egypt caves rocks and more. The program will include programs prize drawings story hours and more. For more information call the library 15 at 201-804-2480 ext 3 or visit http www.lyndhurstlibrary. org. On Saturday June 8 at 9 a.m. the Lyndhurst Police Emergency Squad will be challenging the Special Angels in a kickball game at the Lyndhurst Little League field on River Road. This is the second year this event is being held in hopes to continue raising awareness of special needs children and adults. Visit their website puttingthepiecestogether.org to see what they offer. No child is turned away. Also check out the EMS website for the community class being held by the Lyndhurst Squad www.emergencysquad.com. The Senior Harmony Club of North Arlington has scheduled a trip to the Taj Mahal Casino on Tuesday June 11. Cost is 25. For information and reservations call Florence at 201-991-3173. All are welcome. Nutley Public Library 93 Booth Dr. will host Adult Scrabble Night on Thursday June 6 at 7 p.m. Prizes awarded for 1st and 2nd place scores. No registration is required. 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Coach Elaine Catanese loses pitcher Casey Zdanek and catcher Julie Schneidenbach to graduation from this year s 20-win team but the rest of the team returns next year. In track and field Lyndhurst s Nathan Daquilla finished sixth at the NJISAA s Group I championships in the pole vault earning a trip to the Meet of Champions. In track Queen of Peace fared well in both the boys and girls NonPublic B championships. Kevin Monmohin won four medals winning the 100-meter hurdles finishing second in the 200-meter dash fifth in the 400-meter dash and fourth in the triple jump. That s four medals for the talented Golden Griffin junior. Teammate Michael Akanbi was second in the 110-meter high hurdles. As for the QP girls Natalie Negroni won the 400-meter hurdles and fourth in the 100-meter hurdles. Lia Rodriguez who is developing into one of the best female athletes in the area finished second in the long jump. Rodriguez is also a standout soccer player as a goalkeeper and as a basketball player. The Rozalski sisters Cas and Michelle both earned medals in the pole vault. Cas was second and Michelle was sixth. The QP 4x400-meter relay finished third helping the Golden Griffins finish sixth overall as a team which is quite an accomplishment. But the real achievement of the week belongs to Lyndhurst s Camila Alonso who finished second in the javelin and fourth in the discus at the North 2 Group I championships. Alonso threw the javelin 129 feet and the discus 107 feet to earn the two medals. see VIEW next page Photo by Jim Hague The Lyndhurst baseball team celebrates after winning the NJSIAA North Jersey Section 2 Group II championship last Friday in Lyndhurst. The Golden Bears scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to secure a thrilling 8-7 victory. It was the school s first state sectional title since 2008. By Jim Hague Observer Sports Writer t will go down as one of the most thrilling and improbable victories in Lyndhurst High School baseball history _ especially since there was a state sectional championship involved. Last Friday Lyndhurst was rolling along toward the NJSIAA North Jersey Section 2 Group II championship. The Golden Bears held a 5-1 lead over Garfield going into the final inning. Senior righthanded pitcher Max Hart was in complete command. Things looked extremely promising. Then disaster struck almost too fast to fathom. Garfield scored six times in the top of the seventh inning to take a 7-5 lead. Hart wilted a bit in the 95-degree heat and the Golden Bears had no answer to stop the Garfield onslaught. Max just got tired veteran Lyndhurst head coach Frank Butch Servideo said. It was heartbreaking to watch that. When the Golden Bears came into the dugout to start the bottom of the seventh I Servideo brought his team together. We re not a good team Servideo said. We re a great team. Great teams come back and never give up. The players also believed. We were all very confident second baseman Michael Perry said. We all had faith. I knew it wasn t over Hart said. I wasn t about to let anyone get down. I was as loud as I could be. I definitely had faith we could come back. We all had too much pride to go down like that catcher Austin Meeney said. We saw the lead slip away but we weren t done. So the Bears gave it their all one last time. They heard what their coach had to say and believed in fate. They scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning giving Lyndhurst the unbelievable 8-7 victory and the school s first state sectional title since winning the overall Group I state crown in 2008. Lyndhurst was slated to face Mahwah which captured the North 1 Group II title Friday in the overall Group II semifinals Tuesday at Kean University. A win there would elevate the Golden Bears to the overall Group II state finals in Toms River on Saturday. After giving up the four-run lead so suddenly in the top of the seventh inning the Bears (23-6) wasted little time to mount their winning rally in the home seventh. Bobby DeMarco led off the inning by getting hit by a Chris Castillo pitch and Franky Deleva (who had a double triple and three runs scored) kept the rally going with a double down the right field line putting the tying runs in scoring position with no one out. Up stepped Lyndhurst catcher Meeney who had two doubles and two RBI in his prior at-bats. For some reason Garfield head coach Charlie Rigoliosi went against pure baseball wisdom and intentionally walked Meeney putting Meeney on base as the potential winning run. see CHamPS page 19 18 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 5 2013 VIEW from 17 What makes it noteworthy is that Alonso did not compete in track and field last year as a junior. Of course Alonso is the 1 000-point scorer at Lyndhurst in basketball who had a 46-point game earlier in the year. Alonso was coaxed back into competing in track and field thanks to assistant coach Anthony Immediate who was a fine athlete in the javelin when he was at Lyndhurst. Coach Immediate said that I could do good things Alonso said. He s a very good coach and I knew what he was talking about and what he s doing. I was a little rusty when I came back. Alonso said that she was stuck at 111 feet until Immediate tweaked her approach. For a while I stayed at 111 feet but I kept working at it. I m a little surprised that I was able to do what I do. It s a good feeling to do it. I like track. It s a lot of fun. Lyndhurst girls track and field coach Kim Hykey a great athlete during her time at Lyndhurst and who remains the all-time leader in goals scored in soccer at her school likes the way Alonso developed. PREMIER CARE ASSOCIATES of West Hudson Prakash J. 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Fellow Academy of General Dentistry Fellow International Congress of Oral Implantology I m so glad she came back out for track Hykey said. She s a great kid and a super athlete but she s an even better kid. We knew in sophomore year what she was capable of. It was so disappointing that she didn t come out. After her great basketball season we didn t push her to come back out. But we did tell her that she had the ability to do something special. Hykey will accompany her athlete to the NJSIAA Meet of Champions this week. Who knows what she would have been able to do if she was on the team last year Hykey said. She s just so coachable. Anthony did such a great job working with her training her and making her so competitive. It s nice to watch her keep getting better. Hykey charted it out to find that Alonso is currently 10th in the state in the javelin. If she throws her personal best at the Meet of Champions who knows what can happen Hykey said. I think she has 140 or 150 in her. Nothing would surprise either coach or athlete at this point. Only outsiders are surprised with her prowess. It feels pretty good Alonso said. I do feel I can do better but this is amazing. Sure is. It s beyond remarkable. I m definitely a better basketball player said Alonso who is still undecided about her future. Maybe I d like to keep throwing the javelin as well. It s a lot of fun. It could become even more fun in the days to come. 18.00 (Reg 220) Louis J. Morrone MD PA Eye Physician & Surgeon Cataract Glaucoma Macular Degeneration Rx Contact Lens Fitting Eyeglass Exams Fala Se Portugues Se Habla Espa ol OPEN SATURDAYS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE Second Opinion & Consultations Available Staff fluent in Portuguese & Spanish Participating in most Insurance Plans 43 Ridge Road North Arlington NJ 201-998-6900 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 5 2013 19 After Peter Zeoli was hit by a pitch Perry the Lyndhurst I was smacking the ball No. 9 hitter strode to the Meeney said. I would have plate with the chance to be put me on too. a hero and knowing full well With Brandon Karlok at the what Servideo was going to plate DeMarco scampered call. home on a wild pitch cut I knew that the squeeze ting the Garfield lead to 7-6. was coming and I feel like Karlok drove in the tying run I m a good bunter said the with a sacrifice fly to right diminutive second baseman. his second RBI on the day I was confident I could get it with Deleva somehow sneak- done. It was an outside strike ing in past the tag at the plate but I put it down. moving Meeney all the way to I always believe that if you third. can t bunt you can t win CHAMPS from 17 said Servideo who has had a habit of using the squeeze play to his advantage. All of our kids can do it and we all practice it. Mikey just had to put the bat on the ball. When Castillo went into the wind-up Meeney sprinted toward the plate and Perry got down the bunt for the game-winning hit that capped the delirious comeback and madcap final inning. Incredibly the last time the Golden Bears won a state sectional title in 2008 they defeated Whippany Park 1-0 on a suicide squeeze bunt from cleanup hitter Glenn Flora. History repeated itself. The rally made a winner out of Michael Polito who pitched two-thirds of the seventh in relief of starter Hart who went the first six innings surrendering just one unearned run on three hits but was touched up for six runs on four hits in the seventh. Hart was ecstatic after the game. This is the best experience in my life said Hart the sadness of losing the lead in the top of the seventh long gone. I felt like I let everyone down with the way I pitched. I m glad we came back strong and got the win. We stayed focused and never gave up Perry said. We worked really hard to get this. We all believed we could come back. 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We re going to miss the seniors but the rest will be back. t s not every year that a Only three Buccaneer high school baseball team starters graduate namely can go from a seven-win pitcher infielder Josh Caba also-ran to a 23-win state centerfielder Carlos Marsectional semifinalist. zan and right fielder Kevin But that s what the BelGonzalez. leville High School diamond Caba had a great year dandies achieved this seawith a 7-2 record and an ERA son improving from seven just over one Sorce said. wins in 2012 to a 23-4 team He beat West Orange twice. that saw its season end last Josh is a tough pitcher and Thursday in the NJSIAA he did a great job throwing North Jersey Section 1 Group the ball well. He was our No. IV semifinals with a loss to 1 pitcher last year as a junior Randolph. and he hurt his arm a little Needless to say Belleville at the end of the season so head coach Joe Sorce was exwe shut him down. But he tremely proud of his team s came back this year and was accomplishments. a tough competitor. He had I m obviously pleased that winning mentality on Sorce said. Looking back the mound. they really accomplished a Added Sorce Carlos had lot. They re a great bunch Photo by Jim Hague a really great year hitting of kids who care about each Belleville senior pitcher Josh Caba won seven games for the Buccaneers this .380 as our leadoff hitter other. They re all friends. We season as they improved from seven wins in 2012 to a 23-win state sectional and played a solid defentried our best to build a famsemifinalist in 2013. sive centerfield. Kevin was By Jim Hague Observer Sports Writer I our No. 6 hitter was a great base runner and just a solid player. Sorce said that the basis for the good high school season began last June. It started for us at the end of last season Sorce said. The kids made a commitment last summer to play together (in the Essex County American Legion baseball league). We went to the playoffs in that league and that gave us a start. They also played together in the fall and did well there. In the winter they lifted weights and did workouts together so they were ready for the spring. Sorce knew that he had the makings of something special when the season began in earnest April 1. The kids had worked hard to get ready Sorce said. story continued next page THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 5 2013 21 Once we started rolling and won some games it didn t stop. The Buccaneers won their first 15 games giving Sorce a sense that they were headed for greatness. We really started to play well Sorce said. Then the Buccaneers hit a little bump in the road. They lost to Newark Academy in the opening round of the Greater Newark Tournament. It was a good wakeup call Sorce said. I told the kids that they had a lot to play for and they bounced back and made it all the way to sectional semifinals. That s accomplishing a lot. The Buccaneers will lose Caba to graduation but will expect the return of the team s other three top starting pitchers in Damien Sanchez Steven Basantes and Anthony Rivera. Sanchez and Basantes each won three games Rivera won two. The Walicky brothers Dustin and Dylan will be back as will Anthony Lantigua the smooth fielding first baseman. We also have a good group of freshmen coming in Sorce said. I m excited about what we have moving forward. The Buccaneers won 23 games one short of the school record. We didn t play two games because of rain so we had a chance Sorce said. But it was a great year and I m really happy for the kids. They really worked hard. There were a lot of sad faces after we lost but they should know that they turned things around going from seven wins to 23. They set the example for the younger ones and with many players coming back we set the bar high for next year. www.theobser ver.com Visit our New State of the Art Office Midland Family Dentistry OSHA trainees complete program Members of Bloomfield small businesses were among 17 graduates of an Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Certification Program sponsored by the Essex County Office of Small Business Development and Affirmative Action. Essex County Executive Joseph N. DiVincenzo Jr. presented the graduates with certificates from the U.S. Department of Labor during an awards presentation on Thursday May 23. OSHA guidelines can be very complicated but understanding and implementing them in the work place is important for the safety of employees and clients. We are pleased to present workshops to help small businesses succeed said Deborah E. Collins director of the Office of Small Business Development and Affirmative Action. 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BaseLR DR-SunroomMust See ment-Driveway- Renewed Deck Patio-Great View of 2012- Central A C NYC SECOND CHANCE-- This 4 bedroom Colonial on a lovely quiet dead end street is back on the market. 50x115 lot. Needs work. Tons of potential. ASKING 229 000. KEARNY - ARLINGTON SECTION - A LITTLE GET YOU A LOT -Three bedroom Colonial with hardwoord floors. Natural trim. Two extra rooms on the third floor plus a drive and garage. 229 000. We have the key Kearny- 199 000 1 Fam.-2 Bdrms & nursery1 Full Bath-EIK-LR DRGreat location -Needs work Belleville- 320 000 1 Fam-3 Bdrms-2 FBathsFull Fin Basmnt w Laundry Rm & FBath-2 Car Garage-Enc. Porch Kearny 190 000 1 Fam.- 4 Bdrms- 2 Fbaths- Great home for the price Kearny 285 000 1 Fam- All Renovated-3 Bdrms- 1 Baths- Full deck 1 above ground pool Kearny- 240 000 -1 Fam-3 Bdrms-1.5 BathsEIK-Full Bsmnt w LaundryDetached 2 Car Garage-Common Driveway NORTH ARLINGTON JUST LISTED- This beautiful 3 bedroom 2 bath Cape Cod sits on a huge 50x142 lot. Clean as a whistle this home is truely move in condition. Do not buy until you look at this one. 339 000. MORE FOR LESS - This Kearny home contains 4 bedrooms and 2 baths Natural wood trim and a driveway ASKING 199 000. Jersey City- 175 000 Renovated Condo-2 Bdrms-1 FBath-LR DRStorage-Laundry-Pets Kearny 229 000 1 Fam. Raised Ranch- 4 Bdrms- 2 Fbaths- Fin. Bsmnt- Fam. Room-Separate entrance to Bsmnt. No. Arlington- 1 300 2nd Fl.-2 Bedrooms-1 Full Bath-Living Room-EIK-Hardwood Floors-Heat Included No. Arlington- 1650 2nd Fl.-2 Bedrooms-1 Full Bath-LR DR-Lots of Closets-New Construction No. Arlington-Rental Office Space- 1 400 SQReception area-5 Separate Offices-Parking Call (201) 991-5719 APARTMENT RENTALS AVAILABLE- 1 2 & 3 BDRMS UNITS Call and Ask About our Reduced Rental Fee FALAMOS PORTUGUES HABLAMOS ESPANOL PARLE FRANCAIS For more properties Visit our website WWW.MIDREALTY.COM PARLIAMO ITALIANO MOWIMY PO POLSKU NATAKALEM EL-ARABIA NORTH ARLINGTON JUST LISTED - This rare 3 family beauty contains three two bedroom units. Roof siding and electric are just a few of the recent updates. Will not last at JUST 339 000. Call for a Free Market Evaluation Today 3 FAMILY This Kearny three family has separate gas utilities a finished basement and off street parking. Very good value at only 349 900. THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 5 2013 23 Real Estate DIRECTORY NEW E IV EXCLUIS G N LIST The Bixler Group LLC Real Estate & Insurance Since 1891 KEARNY One Family Manor Section 3 Bedrooms 1.5 Baths Asking 329 900 To advertise in this directory CALL 201-991-1600 761 Ridge Rd. Lyndhurst NJ 201-460-8000 Semiao & Associates 213 Kearny Ave Kearny NJ 201-991-1300 NEW E IV EXCLUIS G N LIST N. ARLINGTON 2 Family Completely Renovated 5 Bedrooms 2 Baths Asking 375 000 The Bixler Group LLC Real Estate & Insurance Since 1891 758 Kearny Ave. Kearny 201.991.0032 BixlerEST1891.com The Bixler Group N. ARLINGTON Townhouse Style Condo 2 Bedrooms 2 Baths Newly Built in 2010 Asking 349 999 Rosa Agency Realtors 551-553 Kearny Ave. Kearny 201-997-7860 www.RosaAgency.com Exit Golden Realty 148 Midland Ave. Kearny 201-997-4425 KEARNY One Family 4 Bedrooms 1.5 Baths Asking 249 000 Champion Realty LLC. 50 Midland ave 2nd fl Kearny B. 201-710-3767 Paulo Pinto C 201-283-2188 www.ChampionRealtyNJ.com Elite Realty Group Commercial & Residential 235 Harrison Ave. Harrison T 973-268-4000 www.eliterealtyharrison.com UNDER T C CONTRA KEARNY One Family Arlington Section 5 Bedrooms 2.5 Baths Asking 389 900 Law Office of Angela C. Femino 25 Years of Real Estate Experience 364 Kearny Ave. Kearny T 201-955-0080 AFemino verizon.net Town Center Gardens Inc. STAGING REAL ESTATE TO SELL Consultations Available T 551-580-2898 UNDER T C CONTRA KEARNY One Family Manor Section 4 Bedrooms 2 Baths Asking 349 900 Arlington Real Estate Owned & Operated by the Capobianco family since 1924 201.991.0905 Looking for a career in Real Estate Please call us today for a confidential interview 758 Kearny Avenue Kearny NJ 07032 201-991-0032 24 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 5 2013 Tools for Effective Home Shopping SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER. Semiao & Associates 213 Kearny Avenue Kearny NJ 07032 Pre-Qualifications versus Pre-Approvals Frank Riposta CDPE SFR Sales Associate NEW LISTING The real estate market has seen some dramatic changes in recent years with fluctuations in income and home values instead of providing or entertaining multiple offers for homes buyers and sellers are now spending more time browsing and showcasing with less urgency or willingness to execute a deal quickly. 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Sun Home Loans provides a FREE pre-qualification so that you can understand what you can afford before you shop. KEARNY- DON T MISS THIS EXTREMELY WELL MAINTAINED ONE FAMILY HOME ON DESIRABLE TREE LINED STREET IN KEARNY HARDWOOD FLOORS FULL BATH ON BOTH 1ST AND 2ND FLOOR NEWER TIMBERLINE ROOF AND WINDOWS LARGE 50 X 100 LOT WITH LONG DRIVEWAY GREAT BACK YARD WITH PATIO AND SCREENED-IN ROOM A MUST SEE HOME 259 900 KEARNY - ONE FAMILY HOME ON DESIRABLE STREET IN KEARNY. GREAT CURB APPEAL HARDWOOD FLOORS THROUGHOUT 3 BEDROOMS FORMAL DINING ROOM 2 FULL BATHS AND 1 HALF BATH UPDATED KITCHEN AND BATHS 289 900 NEW LISTING NEW LISTING KEARNY- ONE FAMILY HOME IN VERY DESIRABLE SECTION OF KEARNY. 3 BEDROOMS 1 FULL AND 1 HALF BATH HARDWOOD FLOORS FULL FINISHED BASEMENT LONG DRIVEWAY AND DETACHED GARAGE GREAT YARD CLOSE TO SCHOOLS SHOPPING AND ALL TRANSPORTATION 229 500 KEARNY EXTRA LARGE 2 FAMILY HOME LOCATED IN ARLINGTON SECTION OF KEARNY WELL MAINTAINED 2 LARGE APARTMENTS WITH ALL LARGE ROOMS HARDWOOD FLOORS LOTS OF NATURAL WOODWORK TRIM HUGE WALK-UP 3RD FLOOR HAS FINISHED ROOM AND HAS PLENTY OF ROOM FOR MORE LIVING SPACE ALL SEPARATE UTILITIES TWO CAR DETACHED GARAGE NEW TIMBERLINE ROOF NEWER SIDING 369 900 NEW LISTING NEW LISTING KEARNY DON T MISS THIS EXTREMELY WELL MAINTAINED HOME IN DESIRABLE SECTION OF KEARNY THIS BEAUTIFUL HOME BOASTS 4 BEDROOMS 3 FULL BATHS CENTRAL A C NICELY UPDATED KITCHEN AND BATHS AS WELL AS OTHER UPGRADES FORMAL DINING ROOM CERAMIC TILE FLOORS FULL SEMI FINISHED BASEMENT WITH FULL BATH LARGE 50 BY 100 LOT WITH PLENTY OF DRIVEWAY PARKING AND DETACHED GARAGE WITH LOFT TRULY A MUST SEE HOME 329 900 KEARNY WELL MAINTAINED ONE FAMILY HOME IN DESIRABLE SECTION OF KEARNY LARGE EATIN KITCHEN HARDWOOD FLOORS GREAT YARD WITH LARGE DECK OFF KITCHEN 189 900 PRICE REDUCED Kearny GREAT ONE FAMILY HOME THIS EXTREMELY WELL MAINTAINED HOME BOASTS 3 BEDROOMS 1 WITH WALK-IN CLOSET 1 FULL AND 2 HALF BATHS FAMILY ROOM WITH SLIDING DOORS TO A NICE SIZE TREX DECK BEAUTIFUL HARD WOOD FLOORS RECESSED LIGHTING SKYLIGHT CEILING FANS THROUGHOUT LONG DRIVEWAY A MUST SEE HOME 299 900 Kearny DON T MISS THIS IMPRESSIVE AND EXTREMELY WELL MAINTAINED CENTER HALL COLONIAL HOME IN DESIRABLE SECTION OF KEARNY THIS ONE OF A KIND HOME BOASTS 5 BEDROOMS 2 FULL AND 2 HALF BATHS MASTER BEDROOM WITH MASTER BATH CENTRAL A C ALL EXTRA LARGE ROOMS HARDWOOD FLOORS 2 FIREPLACES FAMILY ROOM WITH FRENCH DOORS TO A TREX DECK FINISHED BASEMENT WITH FIREPLACE 1 2 BATH AND WET BAR A MUST SEE HOME 459 900 Sun Home Loans Delivers James Chu VP - Northern NJ Regional Sales Manager NMLS 539286 210 Park Avenue Suite 102 Florham Park NJ 07932 Mobile 201-725-2800 Office 973-805-4141 Fax 973-860-2203 E-mail Jchu sunnb.com Website www.sunnb.com jcchu PRICE REDUCED Kearny Great one Family Home on desirable block 3 Bedrooms 1 & 1 2 Bath Great yard Long Driveway and Detached Garage. 274 900 Kearny One family home in Desirable Arlington Section. 3 Bedrooms 2 full baths Finished Basement 2 Car HeAted Garage with 220 Electric. Large 50 x 100 Lot. A must see home 299 900 Maggie Oledzki - Sr. Mortgage Loan Officer NMLS 485724 400 Broadacres Drive Suite 100 Bloomfield NJ 07003 824 Kearny Avenue Kearny NJ 07032 973- 919-5803 Fax 732-301-8328 E-mail Moledzki sunb.com Lyndhurst 2 Family Home - Well maintained home. Separate Utilities Living Room with Fireplace Finished Basement with 1 2 bath Long Driveway and 2 Car Garage. 299 900 Kearny 3 Family Great investment Property Call for Details 359 900 Kearny TWO FAMILY HOME ALL LARGE ROOMS HARDWOOD FLOORS THROUGHOUT FAMILY ROOM OFF KITCHEN ALL SEPARATE UTILITIES BUILTIN GARAGE LARGE FINISHED BASEMENT WITH FULL BATH AND SEPARATE ENTRANCE 309 900 KEARNY- EXPANDED CHARMING THREE BEDROOM 1 FULL AND 1 HALF BATH HOME SPACIOUS LIVING ROOM FORMAL DINING ROOM BONUS ROOM COULD BE 4TH BEDROOM GREAT CORNER LOT FENCED IN YARD DRIVEWAY NEW FURNACE DON T MISS THIS VERY WELL MAINTAINED HOME. 259 000 www.sunnb.com Equal Housing Lender. Sun Home Loans is a division of Sun National Bank member FDIC. All loans subject to credit approval and programs may change at any time. Pre-approval or pre-qualification is not a commitment to lend additional information may be required for formal loan approval. Consult a tax advisor for feasibility of tax deductions. NMLS 429900 Deadline for obituaries Monday by 10 AM Margaret E. Kochell Margaret E. Kochell (nee Wood) 72 of Harrison entered into eternal rest on Sunday May 26 surrounded by her loving family. Born in Jersey City Margaret was a lifelong resident of Harrison. She was a homemaker. She is survived by her beloved husband of 50 years and five months John Kochell loving sons John and Kevin three grandchildren two greatgrandchildren seven sisters and three brothers. Margaret is also survived by many nieces nephews and cousins. The funeral was conducted by the Mulligan Funeral Home 331 Cleveland Ave. Harrison. A funeral service was held in the funeral home. Her interment was in Arlington Cemetery Kearny. For information or to send condolences to the family please visit www.mulliganfuneralhome.org. Rose Krol Rose Krol (nee Roginski) 88 of Harrison entered into eternal rest on Thursday May 30. Born in Harrison she was a lifelong resident. She was a parishioner of Our Lady of Czestochowa Church and a member of the East Newark Seniors Citizens. In her free time she enjoyed visiting Atlantic City. Predeceased by her husband Karl Krol in 1977 she is survived by her brother Chester Roginski and many nieces nephews grand-nieces and grand-nephews. She is also survived by her dear friends Marisol Lazaro and Walter Szlarski. Arrangements were by the Mulligan Funeral Home 331 Cleveland Ave. Harrison on Monday June 3 and the funeral was followed by interment in Holy Cross Cemetery North Arlington. For information directions or to send condolences to the family please visit www.mulliganfuneralhome.org. Robert F. Magullian Robert F. Magullian died on May 27. He was 78. Bob lived many years in Kearny before moving to Ocean County in 1997. Arrangements were by the Armitage and Wiggins Fu- neral Home 596 Belgrove Dr. Kearny. A funeral Mass was held in St. Stephen s Church Kearny and followed by burial in Holy Cross Cemetery North Arlington. To leave an online condolence visit www.armitagewiggins.com. Bob served in the U.S. Army and was a graduate of Rutgers University. He managed his family business Magullian Heating and Cooling for many years. He was past president of the West Hudson Hospital Board of Directors he was also a member of Rotary and the West Hudson South Bergen Chamber of Commerce. Bob volunteered for The Salvation Army. Husband of the late Frances (nee Mayhack) he was the father of Donna Magullian Deborah Vecchio Dawn Fernandes John P. Reilly Jr. Carol DeOliveira Christine Marquez Laurie Horn and the late Robert B. Magullian. Brother of the late John he is also survived by 19 grandchildren and one great-grandson. In lieu of flowers a donation to St Jude s Hospital or Wounded Warriors would be appreciated. obituaries at Hackensack Hospital in Hackensack. Ruth was born in Green Land N.H. and had resided in Hasbrouck Heights before moving to Toms River in 1980. As a homemaker Ruth loved taking care of her family playing Bingo games and she had to be one of the biggest Yankee fans in history. She was the wife of the late Albino who died June 2 2000. Surviving are her sons Anthony Joseph Raphael Michael and her daughter Anne Marie her sisters Florence Valhous Edna Pantelakos and her nine cherished grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. The family is receiving relatives and friends in a celebration of Ruth s life on Friday June 7 from 9 30 to 10 30 a.m. Services will be 10 a.m. at Silverton Memorial Funeral Home 2482 Church Rd. Toms River with an internment of cremains at the New Jersey Veterans Cemetery Wrightstown. THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 5 2013 25 To submit an obituary obituaries theobserver.com Home 585 Belgrove Drive Kearny. A funeral Mass was offered in St. Cecilia Church Kearny on May 29 followed by private cremation. Condolences and memories may be shared at www.thiele-reid.com. Mrs. O Rourke was born in Scranton Pa. and has lived in Kearny for the last 50 years. She was employed as an accounting clerk at Mutual Benefit in Newark for 15 years retiring in 1990. She then went on to manage the cafeteria at St. Cecilia School in Kearny for five years. Shirley was a member of the St. Stephen s Seniors in Kearny as well as a member of the East Newark Seniors. She is survived by her husband of 57 years Joe children Michael Karen Patricia Moran (George) and Jody sisters Regina Harris and Lorraine Stefanic grandchildren Christina Nicole Jason and Nicholas and many nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers donations to the American Cancer Society (www.cancer.org) would be appreciated. fax 201-991-8941 Home 585 Belgrove Drive Kearny. A funeral Mass was offered in Our Lady of Sorrows Church Kearny on May 31 followed by interment at Holy Cross Cemetery North Arlington. Condolences and memories may be shared at www.thiele-reid.com. Sheila was born in Scotland and came to this country in 1960 and lived in North Arlington. She later lived in Kearny for many years before moving back to North Arlington in 2003. Mrs. McGinn was a secretary at West Hudson Hospital in Kearny for 28 years before retiring. She is survived by her husband John children Maryanne Carson (Greg) Mark Michael and John (Luzia) sister Kathleen Gallagher granddaughter Julia McGinn and great-grandchildren Jayden and Dylan. Shirley O Rourke Shirley O Rourke (Tyrell) 82 died on May 25 at her home in Kearny. Arrangements were by the Thiele-Reid Family Funeral Sheila McGinn Sheila McGinn (Gallagher) 75 died on May 28 in the Belgrove Post Acute Care Center Ruth E. Manzi Kearny. Ruth E. Manzi 84 of Toms Arrangements were by the River passed away Nov. 2 2012 Thiele-Reid Family Funeral MARIO TEIXEIRA JR. 2542 DIRECTOR-MANAGER Shaw-Buyus Home for Services Mulligan Funeral Home 331 Cleveland Avenue Harrison Licensed Funeral Directors serving your needs include 138 DAVIS AVE. KEARNY NJ 07032 Frank X. Mulligan III Manager NJ Lic. 4221 Frank X. Mulligan Jr NJ Lic. 2953 . Private Parking at 10 Frank Rodgers Blvd. North Tel (201) 991-2265 visit us at www.mulliganfuneralhome.org 973-481-4333 83 of Bonita Springs Florida formerly of Kearny NJ passed away peacefully at Life Care Center of Estero Fl surrounded by her family on Sunday April 14 2013. A Memorial Mass will be held on Saturday June 8th at 10 30AM in St. Stephen s Roman Catholic Church 676 Kearny Avenue Kearny NJ 07032. The family will welcome friends at 9 45AM prior to the start of the mass. In lieu of flowers contributions in Dorothy s memory may be made to the Alvin S. Dubin Alzheimer s Resource Center 12468 Brantley Commons Court Ft. Myers FL 33907. Online condolences may be made at www.gendronfuneralhome.com. Dorothy Jane (Shurr) Reid WILFRED ARMITAGE & WIGGINS FUNERAL HOME You will feel as if friends of family have taken over when you entrust funeral arrangements to the Wilfred Armitage Funeral Home. The family-owned firm has been in business for 75 years serving generations in West Hudson and South Bergen. Its beautiful facilities in a setting reminiscent of a colonial mansion reflect the graciousness and tact of its understanding personnel. Mark G. Wiggins Manager N.J. Lic. 3916 John W. Armitage Director N.J. Lic 2642 Wilfred Armitage & Wiggins Funeral Home 596 Belgrove Dr. Kearny NJ 07032 (201) 991-0657 26 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 5 2013 CLASSIFIEDS To place an ad call 201.991.1600 or email classified theobserver.com www.theobserver.com SPACE FOR RENT BUSINESS FOR SALE Daycare for sale. Located in the center of Lyndhurst. License by 0-13 years. Profitable around 10 000. Price includes licenses good will training furniture equipment & lease. Price 190 000. Negotiable. Call Jenny Andrade from Sky Realty 201-725-8355. Commercial Space for small business or office. 750sq.ft. 1500sq.ft. 1750sq.ft.(5 offices kitchen reception & waiting area) Call (973)202-8580 The Observer is not responsible for typographical errors. Credit for errors will no be granted after the next week s publication. No changes or refunds. Deadline for classifieds is Monday by 4 00 PM. For sale Corner lot 88x95 w existing house in developing area of Kearny. Serious inquiries only by appoinment. Developers welcomed (201)233-8089 HOUSE FOR SALE APARTMENTS FOR RENT KEARNY 1st floor. 3 bedrooms L R D R kitchen. W D hook-up. 1400 month utilities. Storage in basement use of backyard. (201)998-8311 (732)447-7633 KEARNY 2 Bedroom Apartment All-inclusive 1 Block from City Hall. 1125 1 month security. For More Information. Call (201)306-2994 KEARNY 2 bedrooms airy 2nd floor newly decorated washer dryer hook-up. Garfield school area 1250 month plus utilities. 1-1 2 months security. 1 year lease. No pets. No smoking. (917)232-1642 KEARNY 2 Floor Manor Section 4 bedroom Modern Kitchen. (7 Rooms) DR LR Washer Dryer included. 1-1 2 Security 1450 Month Utilities not included Avl. July 1st 201-920-9308 KEARNY 2nd floor 4 rooms. 900 month plus utilities. No pets. 1 month security. Available July 1st. (201)997-0345 KEARNY 2nd floor 3 bedrooms LR kitchen bath. washer dryer on premises. 1050 month utilities. 1 1 2 months security. 1 year lease. No Pets. (201)998-4097 KEARNY 2nd floor. 5-1 2 rooms. 1300 month. Separate utilities. Walk to PATH. Use of yard. (201)960-2036 KEARNY 3 Bedroom Apt 1300 & 2 bedroom apt 1150 month. 1 month security Available Immediately. Call (201)622-8315 KEARNY 3 bedrooms LR kitchen bath. 2nd floor. No pets. No smoking. Available July 1st. (201)279-8427 (201)819-7064 KEARNY 3 bedrooms LR kitchen DR. 2nd floor. 1-1 2 months security. Central AC backyard. Separate utilities. Available July 1st. (201)705-3868 espa ol despues 6pm (201)618-4158 English after 6pm. KEARNY 3 rooms one bedroom. 850 & 900 m. HT HW included. 1-1 2 months security. Call Super between 11am-8pm (201)998-9006 APARTMENTS FOR RENT KEARNY 3 LG ROOMS (ONE BEDROOM) AT BELGROVE APTS. 935 INCLUDING HEAT HOT WATER. LAUNDRY ROOM. NO PETS. (973)493-7868 KEARNY 3 rooms 1 bedroom 3rd floor HT HW supplied. Refrigerator stove. No pets. No smoking. References required. 1-1 2 months security. 875 month. Available July 1st. (201)970-2435 (201)913-7295 KEARNY 4 room apt. located at 432 Chesnut St. 2nd floor. Refrigerator included. Call (201)428-7584 (201)997-0574 KEARNY 5 rooms 3 bedrooms. Heat included. No pets. 1100 month. 1-1 2 months security. Available June 15th. (201)460-1526. Newly Renovated KEARNY All new 1 bedroom loft style apt. Featuring high ceilings large windows hardwood floors new full ceramic tiled bath and new kitchen w brand new appliances. 1200 month. No pets. (201)991-6942 KEARNY Apt. For Rent. 7 Alexander Ave. Available June 1st. Call (862)754-0281 KEARNY Arlington area. 5 rooms 1 bath 1-1 2 months security. 1200 utilities. No pets. (201)213-1871 APARTMENTS FOR RENT KEARNY Small studio apt. one bedroom one bathroom and kitchen. Utilities included. 850 month. 1 month security. (908)709-8939 APARTMENTS FOR RENT HARRISON 1 bedroom apt. Clean quiet and comfortable. W fridge. No pets. Lease & security. 775 plus utilities. (862)223-9974 HARRISON 1st floor. 5 rooms. No pets. 950 month. Utilities separate. Driveway available at additional charge. Available July 1st. (201)997-6706 HARRISON 218 Grant Avenue. Studio 1 bedroom kitchen bathroom. 1st floor. Brand NewPay your own utilities. 1-1 2 months security 700. Available June or July 1st. (973)704-4246 (201)889-8749 HARRISON 25 Hamilton street. Newly renovated 1 & 2 bedroom apartments close to path and parking. Washer Dryer for each unit in basement. 1000 month plus utilities. Available Jun 15th. (862)222-4204 HARRISON 2nd floor 1 bedroom studio. LR Kitchen supply own utilities. Available Now 850 1-1 2 months security No pets. (201)388-0463 HARRISON 3 bedroom apartment LR. EIK hardwood Floors 1 bath close to schools & Transportation. Available July 1st. (973)714-2368. HARRISON 4 rooms 1st floor. No pets. Smoke free. 1000 Utilities. 1 1 2 months security. References required. (973)482-9786 HARRISON 5 rms newly renovated 1st floor. Avail. Now. No pets. 1150 month 1 month security. call 973-979-1383. HARRISON Sussex St 1 bedroom apt ground floor. walk to PATH NJIT. 780 month plus utilities. Parking for extra. 1 1 2 months security. Available July 1st. (973)687-7500 HARRISON Warren Street New 2 Family Construction 1 year old. 1st floor 3 bedrooms 2 full baths. 10 min. walk to PATH. Rent 1650 mo 1-1 2 months security. Available July 1st (973)412-8546 APARTMENTS FOR RENT HARRISON- 2 bedrooms. L R D R kitchen. 2nd floor. 2 family house. Hard-wood floors. Quiet Street. 1100 month utilities. (973)953-5031 or (973)483-0143 4BR 3BA oversized 2 car garage. FP Deck Dock. Move-In condition. 199 900 For more information Jack Thyfault Assoc. Broker Northeast Realty 607 222-4555 Guilford NY Lakefront APARTMENTS FOR RENT KEARNY KEARNY 3 bedroom 1 bathroom apt. 1450 utilities EIK DR LR 1 car driveway space close to N.Arlington & Schuyler School. Available June 1st. 1st month rent 1 mo. security deposit. 201-988-3142 BELLEVILLE BELLEVILLE 1 bedroom Apt. in Quiet Complex access to pool gym Balcony secured parking 1400 month. Heat Gas included. Call 908-553-7194 BELLEVILLE 2BRs 2FBTHS TWO ASSIGNED PARKING. LAUNDRY IN UNIT BALCONY LARGE STORAGE REFRIGERATOR DISHWASHER. AVAILABLE JULY. JASON (201)965-7571 BELLEVILLE 2nd floor 6 Large Rooms. 3 Bedrooms. Large LR & DR. EIK. All Remodeled. 1100 Utilities. 1 month security. Available July 1st or 15th. (973)951-6315 BELLEVILLE Newly renovated 3 bedrooms LR kitchen bathroom 1 walk-in closet 1 parking space Available now. (973)698-0422 LYNDHURST LYNDHURST 1 bedroom LR EIK and bath. Hardwood floors granite countertops. 1100 month. HT HW included. (973)356-5581 LYNDHURST 2 bedrooms 2nd floor 2 baths. 20 min to Manhattan. Washer dryer hook-up Separate entrance. 1 car parking space. 1-1 2 deposit. No smoking. No pets. 1250 month utilities. (201)428-7037 (201)428-7038 LYNDHURST 2 bedrooms LR kitchen. Close to NY transportation. Available July 1st. Small pet ok. (201)359-5489 LYNDHURST AC DW large rooms trans NYC. Parking wall-to-wall carpeting. Laundry room. No pets. 1400 utilities (973)934-2085 HALL FOR RENT Rental Affordable A C Nice Setting Party Hall North Arlington 2- Mother Daughter homes. Call for details. N.Newark like new. 2 family house by Branch Brook Park Area. 3 bedrooms on each floor garage and offstreet parking. 359 000 call for details 201-889-6677 201-572-1839 STORE FOR RENT Store for rent. 14 Kearny Ave. Kearny. 1100sq.ft. 1-1 2 months security. call (201)939-1831 OHARA AGENCY (201)997-6300 Open House 3 Bedroom 10 Bergen Ave. North Arlington. Saturday & Sunday from 1-3pm. Expanded Cape Cod in Excellent Condition. 279. OPEN HOUSE June 9th 1-4pm 20 S.Midland Ave. Kearny. Unit C1 220 000 2 bedroom in great condition. Short Sale. Peterpaul Real Estate Agency LLC 973-589-0055 or Maria 973-727-1032 Open House Saturday June 8th 1-4pm. 104 Morgan Place. OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT KEARNY AVE Two store for rent. Supply own utilities. One month security. (201)997-0026. Office Space 545 Kearny Ave. Kearny 2nd fl. offices 432 sq.ft. 450 month utilities. 810 sq.ft. 850 month utilities. (201)966-4966 Office space for rent 380 square feet located on the main street in Belleville. Call (home) 973-759-6436 (Cell) 973-271-7259. VACATION RENTAL Seaside Park NJ Family welcome 2 BR accommodates 7 & 6 people available July and August. Showing Saturday & Sunday by appointment only (201)600-8563 (201)997-0026 Immaculate Move-in condition 2 Family Home in Arlington Section of Kearny. Contact Chris (973)722-6397 APARTMENTS FOR RENT APARTMENTS FOR RENT KEARNY Studio Apartment In Modern Garden Apartment bldg. dressing alcove built-in vanity dresser walk-in closet vanity bath free parking Available June 1st rent 735.00 plus utilities. Call (201)991-6261 KEARNY 3r d floor. 3 bedrooms. One month security. No pets. Call after 5 00pm (201)736-6264 (201)955-2857 KEARNY 1 bedroom apartment 2nd floor HT HW included. Available June 15th (201)998-4060 call before 3pm for appointment. KEARNY 1 bedroom 950 & 1 1 2 rooms apt 850. 1 1 2 months security 1 month rent HT HW included no pets. (201)997-0590 KEARNY 1 bedroom Kearny Ave. 3rd floor. Modern Apt. Parking Available. 850 No pets 1 Month Security 201-214-4915 KEARNY 1st floor 2 bedroom apartment. Central air. Close to Franklin school & transportation. 1100 month. Separate utilities. No pets. Parking for 1 car. Washer Dryer. No smoking. July 1st. (201)725-9687 KEARNY 1st floor 2 bedroom all hardwood floors large kitchen and LR. HT HW included. Electric separate. 1400 month. (201)998-8311 (732)447-7633 KEARNY 1st floor 2 bedrooms LR EIK. No Pets. No smoking. 1100 month 1-1 2 month security. Separate utilities. Hablamos espa ol. (917)476-8155 KEARNY 1st floor 5 rooms 950. Near transportation schools. 1 month security. No pets. Available Now. (973)752-5064 (973)342-5977 KEARNY 1st floor 5 rooms 2 bedrooms. Available July 1st. Leave message (201)998-8314 BLOOMFIELD BLOOMFIELD 39 Edison St. 2 beds Bath LR DR kitchen. parking. Available July. 1100 security Jenny (201)725-8355 BLOOMFIELD Apt. in perfect condition 2 Bedrooms LR DR Kitchen Bath. 2nd floor. Hardwood floors. 1200 mo 1 Month Security. Located on 14 E.Liberty. Available now. (973)986-6913 (862)849-2722 N. ARLINGTON N.ARLINGTON 2 bedroom apt. Like new. Good parking. HT HW included. Call (973)330-2874 N.ARLINGTON 2 bedrooms kitchen DR LR Central Air laundry 1 month security. 1600 month. Available July 1st. (201)889-9397 N.ARLINGTON 3 Rooms. 2nd floor. No Pets. 1-1 2 Months Security. Heat Hot Water Supplied. 850 month. (201)401-0488 N.ARLINGTON Brand new apt central air. 3 bedrooms. Separate utilities. Near transportation. (201)997-0009 N.ARLINGTON Lovely 4 room apt. easy access to schools & public transit. No pets. 1195 (908)310-9068 N.ARLINGTON Recently remodeled. 1 bedroom apt. HT HW included. Near transportation. Available Now. (201)997-0009 KEARNY Arlington Section. 1 bedroom 800 security Heat & Hot water included. (908)696-1866 KEARNY Davis Ave. 1 bedroom 1st floor in 3 family house. 800 heat included. 1 month security. No pets. Available 6 15. Call Lucy (201)998-7714 KEARNY Newly renovated hardwood floors. Laundry onsite.HT HW included. 2 BR start at 950. 1 BR start at 800. Jr.1 BR start at 725. (201)289-7096 HARRISON HARRISON 2 bedroom apt. Central AC. Close to PATH. 1 month security Utilities. No Pets. Available August 1st. (973)483-2976 please leave message. HARRISON 1 bedroom LR kitchen & bath. Utilities included. 1-1 2 months security. No pets or smoking. Available July 1st. (973)484-7888 HARRISON 1 Bedroom Basement apartment. Close to Path. Call (973)495-8145 KEARNY Remodeled 5 room apartment on 2nd floor. Laundry room. No smoking. No pets. (201)968-6344 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 5 2013 CLASSIFIEDS To place an ad call 201.991.1600 or email classified theobserver.com www.theobserver.com EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT ROOFING APARTMENTS FOR RENT NEWARK NEWARK 2-3 Bedroom Apartment. 1st 2nd & 3rd floor. Formal LR DR & EIK pantry. 1st floor 900. 2nd floor 850. 3rd floor 800 1 Month Security. Close To Transportation. No Pets. Access to backyard. (973)517-6544 Belleville Room for rent. Share bathroom. Utilities included. 1-1 2 months security. No kitchen. No pets. No smoking. (973)759-7077 BELLVILLE area Room for Rent single person mature resonsible. No smoking No kitchen share bathroom se habla espanol. (973)986-7848 E.NEWARK Room for rent. No smoking utilities included. Available now. (973)868-7999 (973)481-0344 Great for flight attendant or business woman in Montclair. Own room furnished or unfurnished. Share LR DR kitchen and bathroom. Own garage. Electric and gas included. Close to public transportation. 1100 month. (201)998-8311 (732)447-7633 LYNDHURST- 650 female preferred everything included cable Internet share kitchen one month security. Available July 1st. Call (973)592-2678. 27 The Observer is not responsible for typographical errors. Credit for errors will no be granted after the next week s publication. No changes or refunds. Deadline for classifieds is Monday by 4 00 PM. ROOM FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOM KEARNY Clean bright room. 2nd floor. Refrigerator and private sink. Clean sheets and pillowcase given weekly. No smoking. 110 weekly. Gentleman preferred. Four weeks security required. Call (973)228-4281 Assistants Bilingual 12- 18 hr. plus Benefits Full Part Time Company will Train. Call Sara 973-748-5251 X319 Driving Instructor Full Time & Part time days. Must have NJ license for 4 years clean driving record and pass background check. Reliable. Call Lisa 201-246-8000 Seamstress Tailor Wanted with Experience PT FT Red bank Area. 732-741-1999 Michael Costurera necesitada Con Experencia Tiempo Medio Completo. Area Red Bank. 732-741-1999 Michael. LANDSCAPING LANDSCAPING Lawn Maintenance. Spring&Fall Clean-up Design Retaining Walls Construction Pavers Tree Service Free Est. & Fully Ins. Eder (201)997-9271 COPACABANA EMPLOYMENT NEWARK Forest Hill Good area. Near tennis court. 2 bedrooms kitchen & bath. No LR. Available now. (973)484-7436 Se habla espa ol. Help Wanted for Bakery in Kearny Avenue. Full Time Position. Call 201-694-1361 Licensed Teacher needed for Kearny Preschool. Please Call (201)246-7733 NOW HIRING Easy work. excellent pay assemble products from home. No selling. Any hours. 500 weekly potential. Start Immediately. Info call 1-985-646-1700 Dept. NJ-2291 New Re-roofing Slate Repairs Gutters Cleaned Flat Roofing Also Do Painting Free Estimates Fully Insured Nice looking man looking for woman to marry. Must be over 60 & never had any kids. (973)715-9586 PERSONALS (201)998-5153 NORTH NEWARK N.NEWARK 3 room apt. HT HW refrigerator stove. Parking for one car. 800 month. No pets. Ask for Al (973)284-0904 N.NEWARK Large 2 & 3 bedroom apts Section 8 accepted. Available Immediately. Call (973)202-8580 BELLEVILLE Room for rent w kitchen bathroom laundry. Furnished or unfurnished. Female preferred. Close to transportation. References needed. (973)980-1146 (english spanish) HARRISON room for rent. 450 month. Internet cable and utilities included. (973)525-3860 CDL Drivers A B Call Today Start Tomorrow Great Pay & Benefits. (201)991-1586 Dishwasher Counter Kitchen help wanted Arlington Pizza Apply in person 25 Schuyler Ave North Arlington Foodtown Shopping Center Warehouse shop work med heavy duty assembly required. Must be able to lift and carry at least 50lbs. Starting Hourly Rate 10.00. Knowledge of tools helpful. Apply at Precision Escalator 147 N. Michigan Ave Kenilworth NJ. Side of building. HEATING & COOLING Heating & A C Service 267 Kearny Ave. Kearny NJ 07032 redstarheatingac.com Licensed and insured NJ-HIC 13vh06216100 All type of heating & Air Conditioning repair. Installations Upgrades Maintenance service Startups. LANDSCAPING LLC Spring Clean-ups Lawn maintenance Top Soil Mulch Free Estimates (201)438-3991 MARIO ESPOSITO RUBBISH REMOVAL A1 Affordable Rubbish Removal Attics Basements Yard Cleaning. We Haul or you Can Rent 10-15 Cubic Yard Containers. We Accept Visa Mastercard (201)998-1262 ANDRIELLO CLEANOUTS RED STAR SERVICES OFFERED Babysitter Available Experience Responsible Mature & Loving With CPR Certification will babysitt in your home nights Monday-Saturday. References on request 973-986-2577. Jersey Girl Cleaning No job too small. Residential and Commercial Call for free estimate shampoo rugs full service cleaning. References upon request. Best in Jersey Call to find out. 862-900-2625 We use E-Verify G & R Builders ROOFING (201)600-9959 HANDYMAN Yards Garages Basements Attics Real Estate Rubbish Removal Demolition Lic.13VH04443200 (201)874-1577 ANDRIELLO CLEANOUTS ROOM FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOM KEARNY One nice room for working person. 3rd floor Share kitchen & bath. No smoking. All utilties included. 400 month security. (973)820-6034. Drivers CDL-A 8 000 Sign-On Bonus For OTR Experience NE Regional Fleet Home Weekends CDL Grads 7K Tuition Reimbursement US Xpress 1-866-828-5073 (201)997-3887 YRC Freight is hiring Full-time Dockworkers Kearny NJ Location ILA Union Position 18yoa req. EOE-M F D V APPLY at www.yrcfreight.com careers Pizza Delivery Person. Must Have Car. Call WANTED All Roofing & Siding. Also Repairs. Work guaranteed. Lic. 13VH02536200 Free Estimates 20% Senior Citizen Discounts (201)893-0656 Doors Decks Kitchen Baths. Complete Home Renovation. Quality workmanship. All work guaranteed. Free Estimate. Fully Insured Nick (201)997-7657 Roofing Siding Specialist. Windows N&J REMODELERS Interior Exterior new & repairs. All types of Carpentry.Reasonable rates quality work reliable experienced. 13VH06620900 DO IT ALL Yards Garages Basements Attics Real Estate Rubbish Removal Demolition Lic.13VH04443200 (201)991-3223 (201)874-1577 FAIR DEAL DAN Handyman Painter Sheetrock and Plastering Odd Jobs. Basic plumbing repair leaky faucets replace faucets sinks toilets. Replace windows and door screens. 20 years experience. (201)448-1563 TUTORING MATH TUTOR Retired Math Teacher available for tutoring. Call for appointment (201)935-3645 Reading Tutor Special WEducation Teacher available for tutoring. Trained in the Wilson Fundations Reading Program. 973-769-2920 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Top Global Leader BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES LANDSCAPING MASONRY AFFORDABLE & SIMPLE LANDSCAPING Spring clean-ups mowing Hedge trim mulch flower planting & more. Reasonable Rates. Sr discounts available Dave 201-286-7224 (973)368-8232 Buss (973)277-4715 Cell QUICK CLEANOUTS Rubbish Removal Construction & Tree debry House Attic Yards Basement & More. Same day service & free estimates Many jobs FREE Cheapest Prices 10% off Seniors Disc. MASONRY SIDEWALKS PATIOS DRIVEWAYS RETAINING WALLS STEPS ALL CONCRETE WORK CLEANING SERVICES Annies Cleaning Service Homes offices. Move in-out cleaning. Gift Certificates Avail. Excellent references 973-667-6739 862-210-0681 BRICK PAVER DESIGNS SANTOS CONSTRUCTION CO. FREE ESTIMATES. Family Owned For Over 30 Years Fully Insured and Licensed Call Our Office 973-589-2712 Looking for open minded Business individuals. Come listen to this global leader who is having LET US SHOW YOU OUR WORK BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES REPAIRS OR NEW SINCE 72 WEATHERSHIELD Cell (973)760-4877 (800)339-8802 WE FIX WINDOWS WINDOWS WINDOWS Tremendous success June 6 2013 12PM Sharp Call for details 973-277-2012 Dont let this opportunity pass you by Top global leader looking for open minded business individuals. Support System and Training Call 973-277-2012 Entrepreneurs Wanted EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT Will clean houses apartment offices. References Couple from Poland 201-997-4932 leave message Machinist Dynamically growing manufacturer of machined components and assemblies is currently seeking experienced CNC Lathe Programmer Machinist with 5-7 years minimum experience. The ideal candidate must possess in depth knowledge of programming (G&M Code) setting up and running CNC Lathes. Job duties include writing programs setting up proving out programs and doing first piece inspections. Experience with Okuma and Haas machines is preferred but not necessary. Excellent benefits paid vacation and holidays and 401K with company match. Qualified individuals should apply at Precision Escalator 147 N Michigan Ave. Kenilworth NJ. We use E-Verify. WANTED TO BUY Estates Bought & Sold Fine Furniture Antiques Accessories Gold & Silver. Cash Paid (201)920-8875 28 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 5 2013 CLASSIFIEDS To place an ad call 201.991.1600 or email classified theobserver.com www.theobserver.com Angel Martinez Construccion LLC Chimney Specialist Relining Chimney Caps Leaks Water Proofing Dampers Cleanings Flashings All types of Masonry Chimneys Rebuild Repairs Stucco Roofing Siding & Steps New and Repairs Gutters Service Fully Ins. and License (201)952-0076 The Observer is not responsible for typographical errors. Credit for errors will no be granted after the next week s publication. No changes or refunds. Deadline for classifieds is Monday by 4 00 PM. HOME IMPROVEMENT FM Property Home Repairs & Improvements Kitchens Bathrooms Doors Floors Windows Painting Decks All types of repairs Lic. 13VH05674000 CONSTRUCTION Courageous Plumbing HVAC LLC Lic. 11103 Plumbing Heating Cooling Sewer Complete basement pump out & Sump pumps MC VISA and Finace Available 50 off when mention this ad. PLUMBING MERCHANDISE FOR SALE Womans three quarter length leather coat black 100. 150. (201)528-7791 GARAGE & YARD SALE 117 Riverview Ave No.Arlington. New & used clothes and much more. Saturday June 8th 9am-4pm. Great bargains. Raindate June 15th. Garage Sale 212 Argyle Place Saturday 6 15 9AM (no earlier due to town rules) to 5PM. Clothing accessories home decor linens books. Yard sale 314 William St. Harrison clothes ladies mens childrens shoes toys books bags. Saturday Sunday 9am-3pm Yard Sale. 15 Hillside Place N.Arlington.(off Belmount Ave.) June 8th and 9th 9am-5pm. Rain Date June 15th. (201)206-4845 JOSEPH V. FERRIERO www.repairsbyfm.com fred repairsbyfm.com 201-428-7160 G & R Builders Fully Insured Roofing Siding Windows Doors Decks Painting Tiles & Masonry Sheet Rock All types of Carpentry Lic. 13VH02536200 Free Estimates 20% Senior Citizen Discounts GUTTERS D. FITZGERALD Seamless Gutters Installed. Gutters Cleaned We-R- Also Dennies Painting & Roofing Slate Roofs repaired. 1(800)479-3262 Plumbing & Heating Kitchen and bath remodeling. Carpentry. Fully Ins. Free Est. Lic 165 (201)637-1775 Parking Space for Rent for one car in Harrison. 15 min walk to PATH. Close to buses. (973)985-9177 Garage for Rent in Kearny. For more information call (201)247-7510 PARKING SPACE 2009 Civic LX-S 35106 miles 7-year 80 000 miles Honda Care inclusive warranty expire on 3 30 16. Perfect condition 1st owner garage kept gray exterior black interior 16 alloy wheels VIN 2HGFA16639H331240 14 200 or Best Offer. Eric 201-538-4132 2004 Ford Expedition XLT. Gold w tan leather interior heated seats 2WD AWD 4WDL 4WDH small V-8. 117 500 miles loaded excellent condition must see Asking 6 900. Call (908)239-5897 READYHOME PEST CONTROL Exterminators for less Bedbug Chinch Roaches Mice Rats Fleas Ants Spiders Termites Inspection Treatments (973)484-3166 www.readyhomepest control.com. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE Mystery surrounds discovery of graveside shell casings Rifle shell casings were reported found on the gravestone of the child of a North Arlington police superior officer during the Memorial Holiday weekend police said. The officer involved Sgt. Tony Abilio had sued the North Arlington Police Department and the borough in 2010 claiming they had created a hostile work environment for him and had bypassed him for promotion. In a statement released last Thursday Police Chief Louis Ghione said that a family member of the officer involved reported a suspicious incident at 4 02 p.m. on May 29 in Holy Cross Cemetery North Arlington. The family member reported finding two rifle shell casings placed on the gravestone where the child was buried. There is currently an ongoing investigation to determine how these rifle shell casings may have ended up at that location a statement released by North Arlington P.D. said. If it is determined that these rifle shell casings were placed at that location as a threat to one of our police officers or his family members then every effort from local and county police agencies will be utilized to determine who the [suspect] may be and any [suspect] identified will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. North Arlington Police Capt. John Hearn said last Friday It appears that those casings were blank ceremonial rounds which he said have been known to have been fired in an area of the cemetery where 9 11 victims and marines killed in the line of duty are buried. Hearn said it also appears that the casings found were very weathered older and therefore may have been around for some time. Is it possible someone may have moved [the casings] closer to the headstone We don t know Hearn said. For possible clues Hearn said the Bergen County Prosecutor s Office s Bureau of Criminal Investigation will likely be checking the casings for any traces of fingerprints and the types of rounds involved. Efforts to reach the prosecutor s office last Friday were unsuccessful. Abilio and his wife lost two children to a rare muscular disease. Sometime before the officer s lawsuit was scheduled to go to trial the borough approved a legal settlement but neither side released the terms. Abilio was however promoted to sergeant. Asked about the incident North Arlington Mayor Peter A. Massa said he was briefed about the circumstances by the police chief. It s a very unfortunate situation. Since it s under a police investigation I better let the Police Department handle it. Anyone with information about the cemetery incident is asked to contact the North Arlington Police Department at 201-955-5684. Ron Leir PEST CONTROL GARAGE FOR RENT (201)893-0656 Handyman Star All inside or outside repairs. Windows painting sheetrock carpentry masonry Plumbing and decks.No job too big or small. Free estimates. Tom (201)424-5042 COMPUTER SERVICES J. M. Electronics Computer Repair Free Computer Check-up We Buy & Sell Computers 502 Kearny Ave. Kearny NJ 07032 Call Jeff for more information at (201)486-2057 25 years experience Twin Electric Quality Work. Good affordable prices. Senior discounts. Fully Insured. Bonded. Lic. 16158 (973)715-4150 (201)562-5985 ELECTRICAL SERVICES PETS FREE KITTENS Please call (201)772-7007 PAINTING & DECORATING ALEXANDER PAINTING DECORATING Sheet rock dray wall. Skim coat tape & spackle Water damage. Wallpaper remove. 15 years of experience. Free Estimates. 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AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE CHRIS PAINTING Interior & Exterior Spray Aluminum siding Sheetrock Water damages Lead safe. Fully Insured (201)896-0292 (908)834-7170 (862)576-7897 25 years experience All types of electrical wiring 24 hour emergency service. Free estimate 10% off with ad Lic. 11909 El. Insp. 7566 EMERALD ELECTRIC (201)955-2678 ELECTRICAL SERVICES ELECTRICAL SERVICES Medical chair lifts massages draws heat originally 2000 asking 600. Dining room set light pure oak table w 6 chairs leaf hutch originally 3000 year old asking 800. (201)492-3559 1985 Berlinetta Camaro very low milage. Asking 3000. 1998 Toyota Corolla asking 2800. (201)998-8311 (732)447-7633 Commercial & Residential Driveways Parking Lots Belgian Blocks Sidewalks Steps Pavers Retaining Walls All asphalt work www.jagpaving.com LORENA (201)991-4165 Cell (201)401-4525 Kearny Fax (201)997-5783 Lic By NJ Member of BBB Fully Insured Free Estimates JAG PAVING CORP. PAVING PAVING To place a classified ad please call 201.991.1600 HILL ELECTRIC 300 500 PAID For Any Junk car van or truck. Paid Cash AUTOMOBILES WANTED THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 5 2013 Hendrix seeks loving home Hendrix (ID 88685) an 8-year-old domestic short-hair buff cat is waiting for someone to welcome him into their home at the Bergen County Animal Shelter and Adoption Center 100 United Lane Teterboro. Hendrix is a mellow friendly cat who loves to get attention. He gets along well with other shelter cats. He does not like loud noises and will run away if he hears one. For more information call 201-229-4600. Hours for adoption are 1 to 5 p.m. every day including weekends. The shelter is closed for adoptions on Mondays and open from 1 to 7 30 p.m. on Thursdays. Many other adoptable animals can be seen at the shelter s website http www.petfinder. com shelters NJ29. html. Many local towns also have a Patch website where the shelter s animals are featured. The shelter also has a page on Facebook. Please visit and like the Bergen County Animal Shelter. 29 Hendrix THEME FAMOUS FATHERS ACROSS 1. CCCP 5. Slippery sort 8. New Mexico art community 12. Find new tenant 14. Turkish military leader 15. Oscar-winner Jessica 16. Kunta Kinte of Roots e.g. 17. Peyton or Eli to Archie 18. Eight performers 19. Married... with Children dad 21. All in the Family dad 23. For every 24. ____ or swim 25. Modern Family dad 28. Aaron Spelling s daughter 30. Oxygen holder 35. 3rd and 5th in Manhattan e.g. 37. Court of law opener 39. _____ Circus 40. Give a traffic ticket 41. Walkway 43. eBay offers 44. Twig of willow tree 46. Ticket leftover 47. Nose-in-the-air type 48. Home to Sarajevo 50. Seaward 52. Give it a go 53. Civil rights concern 55. Put two and two together 57. Kiefer s dad 60. Pa to Laura Ingalls 64. Pertaining to the ear 65. Actress ___ Thompson 67. Dolphin home 68. Work the dough 69. Aggravate 70. Become established 71. Immeasurably long period 72. Busy flyer 73. Network of nerves DOWN 1. Sky bear 2. Auction off 3. Block of granite e.g. 4. Increase rpms 5. Piece of cake 6. I to Claudius 7. Hawaiian veranda 8. It measures rpms 9. Not in favor of 10. Curved molding Solutions from 5 22 13 11. Workout segment 13. Proclaimed true without proof 15. Make so one can t get out 20. Be limp 22. DNA transmitter 24. Tropical naps 25. Father of the twelve tribes of Israel 26. Dispatch boat 27. Abominable snowmen 29. Swedish shag rugs 31. Barbecued anatomy 32. Time on the job 33. Eagerness 34. He played Cliff Huxtable on TV 36. As ____ on TV 38. Greek father to all gods 42. African sorcery 45. Off-color 49. Afflict 51. Presidential and Founding father 54. Wing it 56. Comparative of dry 57. Buggy terrain 58. Three-layer cookie 59. Indian bread 60. Devil s ____ 61. Better than never 62. Give off 63. Cosine s buddy 64. Jenna s presidential dad ___ W 66. But I heard him exclaim ____ he drove out of sight Merry Christmas to all... 30 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 5 2013 NLT presents I Love You You re Perfect Now Change Nutley Little Theatre 47 Erie Pl. opens its production of the musical comedy I Love You You re Perfect Now Change on Friday June 7 at 8 p.m. With book and lyrics by Joe DiPietro and music by Jimmy Roberts the show is described as a rollicking revue that takes a hilarious and tuneful joyride through the dizzying spectrum of modern male-female relationships from dating to married life featuring a delightful array of satirical sketches and eclectic songs. Evening performances will be on June 7 8 14 15 20 21 and 22. Matinees are on June 9 16 and 22. Curtain time for evening performances is 8 p.m. for matinees 2 p.m. Tickets are 18. A 2 discount is available at matinees for senior citizens and students. Order tickets by calling 1-877238-5596 or online through Women s Club donates books to Kearny Library In honor of National Children s Book Week May 13-19 the Woman s Club of Arlington collected 30 books valued at 309.50 at their May 14 spring luncheon and donated them to the Kearny Public Library s children s section to support the library s summer reading program for children. In April in honor of National Library Week April 14-20 the club also donated five books valued at 76 to the library s adult section. These books highlighted women such as Mary Robinson Margaret Fuller Hawa Abdi Fawzia Koofi and Pat Summit who have made significant contributions to the world. New club members ages 18 and above are always welcome. Anyone interested may contact AWC Membership Secretary Teddie Jablonski at 973-248-6500. Kearny Public Library Director Josh Humphrey accepts book donation from Carolyn Gretchen of the Woman s Club of Arlington. Ryan Bridge of Belleville (l.) musical director of NLT s I Love You You re Perfect Now Change works with cast members Cindy Summers of Bogota and Christian Fernandes of Belleville. the NLT web site at www.nutleylittletheatre.com (click on the Click for Tix icon). The opening night performance is for the benefit of Nutley Family Service Bureau. The cast includes local residents Christian Fernandes of Belleville and Leyda Torres of Lyndhurst. For directions visit www. nutleylittletheatre.com. Children s books donated by Woman s Club of Arlington. Make time for life. Schedule a mammogram today. You lead a busy life. But you owe it to yourself to make an appointment that could save your life. Schedule a mammogram today at The Connie Dwyer Breast Center at Saint Michael s Medical Center. Breast cancer the number-two killer of women in the United States is highly curable if detected and treated early. Make time for a checkup. 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