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June 26 2013 www.theobserver.com Vol CXXVI No. 5 COVERING BELLEVILLE BLOOMFIELD EAST NEWARK HARRISON KEARNY LYNDHURST NORTH ARLINGTON NUTLEY Accused o sexual assault NORTH ARLINGTON A 39-year-old North Arlington man has been arrested on sex assault and child endangerment charges for allegedly engaging in inappropriate sexual activity with two girls aged 12 and 13 Bergen County Prosecutor John L. Molinelli reported last week. The defendant has been identified as Richard Grossy who was arrested at his High St. home June 19 by officers from the North Arlington Police Department and the prosecutor s office s Special Victims Unit. Grossy is to be arraigned June 27 on two counts of sexual assault by sexual contact two counts of endangering the welfare of a child and one count each of aggravated criminal sexual contact and promoting obscene material Molinelli s office reported. Bail was set at 250 000 with no 10% option and Grossy was subsequently remanded to the Bergen County Jail. He has also been ordered to have no contact with the victims and to surrender his passport authorities said. Those victims according to the prosecutor were 12- and 13-year old female acquaintances. Authorities said the 12-yearold reported the incident to her mother who contacted the North Arlington police who see ASSAULT page The Corps of human kindness Photo by Karen Zautyk Dan Jacoby (l.) of Military & Veterans Affairs Bureau and World War II veteran Mike Paolino who got some volunteer help. By Karen Zautyk Observer Correspondent NUTLEY Big things can begin in a small way. As with a knock on the door. And a simple request for a little bit of help. Since early last year Public Affairs Commissioner Steven Rogers and his aides have personally knocked on approximately 700 doors to spread the word to veterans about his department s Military & Veterans Affairs Bureau and the services it offers. But in the course of their travels around town they discovered other needs. As we were walking door-to-door over the past several months numerous senior citizens and disabled residents would ask us to help them with minor things such as tightening a faucet or putting a frame up see CORPS page 13 Kearny gun range shot down By Ron Leir Observer Correspondent KEARNY They won t be singing Home on the Range in Kearny after all. Last week Jonathan Giordano told The Observer that he and his brother Mark won t be converting two vacant warehouses they own on Arlington Ave. east of Schuyler Ave. into an indoor gun range as they d originally disclosed last summer. That plan is going to go away said Jon Giordano a local cabinetmaker. But as one businessman is retreating from one ambitious project another is going forward with a scaled-down version of the original at a nearby location with Schuyler Crossing a proposed residential development. Giordano said the range won t be built despite the Kearny Town Council having agreed in June 2012 to sanction a business development line of credit for up to 250 000 at 4% interest from the Kearny Enterprise Zone Development Corp. to repave much of the Arlington Ave. approach to the project site. Now however it looks like the brothers will have to forgo the loan he said. 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And in fact it s a mystery where the board is going period given that at its most recent meeting on June 17 a majority vote appeared to have removed Bernadette McDonald as the board president although the board s counsel is questioning the vote s legality. As the meeting neared its end board member George King who preceded McDonald in the president s seat introduced a resolution to oust her. Here s how King explained his action last week to The Observer There was a lack of working relationship between the board president and the new superintendent (Ferraro) and there was obvious discord there. There was a lack of respect shown and I don t think it s healthy for the board or the district .... You re not getting things done. King who isn t seeking re-election in the November school balloting said he wrestled with [pitching McDonald s removal] all night and by the next day concluded that we had to have this discussion. I know that being the board president is a tough job because you re pulled in a lot of different positions King said but if you re not in a working relationship with the superintendent it s damaging to the district. Asked to cite instances where McDonald may have been hostile to Ferraro King said he couldn t give specifics. It s just been a culmination of things that have happened in the last six months he said. Although King said he didn t expect [the resolution] to take life it got a second from Dan Esteves who was appointed to the board in late January after Deborah Lowry was declared ineligible to take the seat to which she d been elected. Esteves will be running in November for a 2-year term. The resolution passed 6-3 with King Esteves Board Vice President John Leadbeater John Plaugic Robert O Malley and oddly enough McDonald voting in favor. James Doran Jr. Sebastian Viscuso and Cecilia Lindenfelser dissented. In a phone interview last week McDonald said she threw in her lot with the majority I guess because I was blindsided and seeing that a majority would carry the day I felt my vote didn t really mean anything. Asked if she understood King s point McDonald replied I have no clue. The superintendent is the one that brings forward proposals. All the board president does is run the table. Asked to assess Ferraro s performance so far McDonald said He s doing the best he can adding that the board is still waiting to hear from its business administrator recommendations on how it should implement 800 000 in budget cuts it authorized in April. Meanwhile McDonald said the board has been advised by its attorney Kenneth Lindenfelser that a board president can only be removed when he or she refuses to do their duty under the law apparently there s a whole list of duties under [N.J. Statute] 18A or if I resign. Since she hasn t been told that she s in violation of the law McDonald figures to remain as board president. At the June 17 meeting King joined by Plaugic and O Malley voted against approving and paying a 3 265 change order to Fallon & Pacheco the Bloomfield architects retained to perform environmental consulting work related to preparing a facility at 174 Midland Ave. to house the board s offices and two classrooms. King said he objected because the work [soil borings related to an off-site contaminated soil condition and lab testing of samples] had already been done before the change order was sent to us. It s a procedural problem. We didn t get an explanation. The information should come to us before the work is done. King and his allies were outvoted. Nearly lost in the commotion over King s surprise resolution was a recommendation by Ferraro for the appointment of Debra Sheard as assistant superintendent. Sheard an educator since 1994 is currently interim superintendent for the Califon school district in Hunterdon County. The board took no vote but after a closed-session discussion directed Lindenfelser to talk with Sheard about contract terms and get approval from the county superintendent s office. But the board did vote to hire Advanced Solar Products of Flemington to replace solar modules mounting system and related components for Franklin Elementary School gym damaged by Sandy at a cost of 147 512. Meanwhile there s no word on what if anything the board is doing about Ferraro s dire forecast and prescription for recovery that he pitched at a joint meeting of the board s curriculum and facilities committees in late May. Ferraro said he s had preliminary talks with the Rev. Joseph Mancini pastor of St. Stephen s Parish about the possibility of the board leasing space at the former parish school on Midland Ave. last occupied by Mater Dei Academy as a nearby annex to Lincoln School and as part of a middle school campus that he said could be phased in over the next two years. By going this route Ferraro said the district would eliminate overcrowding in most of its elementary schools improve the delivery of instruction to grades 6 through 8 and cut costs. Ferraro said the Board of Education must do something to change the current system otherwise it will be facing troubled fiscal times ahead very shortly. see RED SCARE page 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 39 Seeley Ave. Kearny N.J. 07032 Phone 201-991-1600 Fax 201-991-8941 www.theobserver.com Deadlines Display Ads Thursday by 4PM Real Estate Thursday by 12PM Obituaries Monday by 10AM Classifieds Monday by 4PM 10 five day weather forecast Wednesday June 26 Thursday June 27 Friday June 28 Saturday June 29 Sunday June 30 Inside Editorial .............................06 Around Town ....................12 Real Estate ........................22 91 Isolated T-Storms 91 83 84 83 Isolated T-Storms Scattered T-Storms Scattered T-Storms Scattered T-Storms Business Directory ..........24 Obits ...................................25 Classifieds .........................26 Check back here for Upcoming Promos THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 26 2013 03 Riverside Park fields getting big facelift By Ron Leir Observer Correspondent NORTH ARLINGTON An ambitious upgrade of playing fields at Riverside County Park is proceeding on schedule Bergen County Parks Director Ron Kistner said last week. The long-heralded improvements will benefit the neighboring communities and scholastic athletic teams of Lyndhurst and North Arlington both of which enjoy the use of recreational space within the borders of the park as it extends along the banks of the Passaic River. For the North Arlington space the county is providing a new multi-purpose turf field to accommodate football and soccer with lights a 6-lane rubberized walking running track bleachers that can seat up to 900 one girls softball turf field with lights and one girls softball natural grass field. Between the multi-use field and the turf softball field the contractor will put up a prefab Photos by Ron Leir Turf softball field (l.) and turf football soccer field are rounding into shape. concrete building which will be raised out of the flood zone and which will house locker rooms bathrooms and a concession stand. And the walking paths outside the fields will be reconfigured. Applied Landscaping of Montville was retained as the general contractor on the North Arlington job which is expected to cost about 5.4 million. The multi-use field turf is down and next we re going to start paving the running track Kistner said. The track sub-base settles for 30 days and then the final rubber coating is applied. The turf softball field is pretty much done he added with the final coat of rubber pellets slated to have been laid down last week. The contractor is starting getting the poles ready for the lights. We ve met with Public Service [Electric & Gas] about running in the electrical service and that s going along well he said. The multi-use field figures to be ready for play by September and the prefab structure should be finished by sometime in the fall Kistner said. This week the contractor was expected to being work on the grass softball field. We ll be recommending a permit fee [to be charged for use of the fields] to help defer cost of maintenance Kistner said. 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New Jersey s continuing gun According to Hoffman s buyback program which auoffice cash payments up to a thorities say has taken a grand maximum of 250 per weapon total of 12 500 firearms off the will be made depending on streets and out of homes is the type of gun and its condicoming to Hudson County tion. next month N.J. Acting AttorPolice officers will be at the ney General John J. Hoffman churches to collect and secure announced Friday. the guns. The Hudson effort along Money for the county with a concurrent one in buyback is coming from forUnion County will be held feiture funds obtained by the July 12 and 13. Three churches state s Division of Criminal located in Jersey City Bayonne Justice. The Hudson County and Union City will serve as Prosecutor s Office will also Hudson collection sites. contribute forefeiture monies. From 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on the As a promotional poster days designated Hudson resi- for the buyback notes however This program is on a first-come first-served basis. Funding is limited. Obviously it would be better to visit a collection site closer to 8 a.m. than 8 p.m. The Hudson locations are Evangelismos Greek Orthodox Church 661 Montgomery St. Jersey City Mount Carmel Roman Catholic Church 39 E. 22nd St. Bayonne St. Anthony of Padua Roman Catholic Church 615 Eighth St. (at the intersection of Eighth St. and Central Ave.) Union City The Observer attempted to find out why there would be no collection site in West Batman The North Shore Animal League Mobile Adoption Unit s is coming to Secaucus for a visit and showing our Secaucus Animal Shelter Kittens and Cats Sunday June 30th Tiger Cody Join us Thor Loki The Plaza at Harmon Meadow Secaucus across from Houlihans and Cups The North Shore Animal League is coming to Secaucus and promoting our adoptable kittens and cats in their mobile bus unit. For a donation of 35 you can adopt a kitten or a cat . ADOPT a bundle of love playfulness and affection. For information on kitten cat adoptions please call 11am-4pm Photo courtesy N.J. Attorney General s Office A now-familiar scene More weapons turned in these from Cumberland County Oreo Some of our adoptables Elvis 201 424 2073 And don t forget The Secaucus Animal Shelter for cats and dogs 201 348 3213 Congrats to our Graduates & Valued Employees 2013 Kaitlyn Fischer William Patterson University Christos Golas Rutgers University Hudson but as of press time calls to Hoffman s office had not been returned. Observer readers residing in Essex or Bergen County had the chance to turn in guns at buybacks held in February and April respectively. The Essex program brought in 1 770 weapons Bergen 1 300. Those buybacks were among seven held to date as part of a state-led initiative. Among the total weapons turned in were more than 6 000 handguns which have since been destroyed Hoffman reported. According to his office prior buybacks also led to the collection and destruction of approximately 1 500 illegal guns -- firearms with unlawfully high magazine capacities or weapons that have been sawed-off or otherwise modified. It is troubling to contemplate just how much deadly firepower is out there in our communities on any given day just waiting to fall into the wrong hands Hoffman said at a press conference held in Elizabeth. That is why these gun buybacks are important the AG continued. The weapons we buy back are taken off the street -- once and for all -- and melted down. They can never see GUNS page 07 Your Family s Lawyer G Matrimonial & Municipal Courts G Home and Business Sales G Wills and Estates G Labor and Criminal Law Ken Davie Jill Shakoor Indiana University Experience G Compassion G Results Jack s Cifelli & Davie 1 Schuyler Ave. North Arlington 201-991-9030 334 Harrison Avenue Harrison NJ 07029 (973) 482-1180 or (800) 303-7716 Fax (973) 482-0223 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 26 2013 05 Trio sought in armed robberies KEARNY Kearny police are now working with Newark law enforcement to identify and apprehend three men sought in armed holdups in both communities. In the Newark incident the victim was shot and wounded police said. The initial crime was reported at 3 a.m. June 21 when KPD Officers Mike Santucci and Thomas Floyd responded to the Jersey Truck Stop at Rts. 1 and 9 and Hackensack Ave. in South Kearny. The victim who had been pistol-whipped and suffered a head injury was a 48-year-old New York State truck driver who had stopped to refuel his vehicle. Police said a gray car pulled up next to him and three black males two armed with handguns exited struck the trucker with the butt of one gun pushed him back into his cab and took 185 from him They then fled over the Hackensack River bridge in the direction of Jersey City. Shortly after that they must have made a U-turn said KPD Chief John Dowie because Newark then reported a similar vehicle and similar suspects involved in the robbery of a trucker on Rt. 21. That victim was shot police said. Kearny Det. Michael Gonzalez is working the case with the Newark Police Department Robbery Squad. Karen Zautyk HCCC scholarships available for full-time students Hudson County Community College President Glen Gabert said the Hudson County Board of Chosen Freeholders will award scholarships to deserving students pursuing their degree at the college on a full-time basis. The Hudson County Government Scholarship program was established to provide Hudson County residents with the education and skills that are needed in today s highly competitive global career and economic markets. The scholarships provide financial assistance that bridges the gap between the college s tuition and fees and the support available through other financial aid programs. The Hudson County Government Scholarship program is open to new and returning full-time HCCC students. The scholarships cover tuition and fees (excludes textbooks) and may be applied to the college s fall and spring terms. There is a three-year -- or six-semester -- limit on scholarships so long as the student remains in good academic standing. The scholarships may not be applied to cover prior balances with the college. The Hudson County Government Scholarship guidelines and eligibility requirements include Applicants must reside in Hudson County. Applicants must meet the standard admission requirements for HCCC. Applicants must be enrolled full-time and maintain a grade point average of 2.75. Applicants will be required to apply for financial aid and use all other aid and scholarships for which they are eligible before being considered for the Hudson County Government Scholarship. Scholarship applications must be received at the college by Aug.1. 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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 26 2013 Death of Sopranos star a harsh lesson James Gandolfini the man we came to know as the strangely endearing and intriguing Tony Soprano from David Chase s breakthrough TV series about a fictional mob family from New Jersey is dead at the age of 51. That s a real tragedy not just because we ve been deprived of the talents of a wonderful actor but more importantly because the New Jersey native apparently gave more attention to learning his lines than to learning how to take care of himself. Weighing 275 pounds and given to binge eating and drinking according to published reports Gandolfini much like his character in The Sopranos wouldn t or couldn t restrain himself. And for that unwillingness or inability to adjust he paid the ultimate price suffering a fatal heart attack while on a trip with his 13-year-old son in Italy. Am I setting myself up as Gandolfini s judge Heck no I don t presume to hold myself above anyone particularly since I myself am no slim Jim (pardon the pun) for someone my size. And I am a victim of my own self-neglect having become a Type 2 diabetic some years ago undoubtedly from downing too many beers and sugar drinks. I control my blood sugar with meds. But Gandolfini s and his family s misfortune given his extraordinary popularity can serve as a valuable lifesaving lesson for all of us. The common sense approach to living life in a productive healthy manner is a virtue we can and should all strive to achieve. The ancient Greeks had it right moderation in all things. The nation s First Lady Michele Obama has taken the lead in raising awareness about the dangers of obesity in our population particularly among our youth and she is right on the money there. Too many of us are content to sit on our couches and watch the boob tube or fiddle with our electronic games when we could be in the gym or biking or taking a brisk walk exercising the mind and the body. Me During the summer I m a weekend warrior playing softball doubleheaders on Sundays in New York s Central Park with the Appalachian Mountain Club. But that s about it. I have a bike sitting collecting dust in a basement storage room and I hardly bother to ride it. There s a health club in the building where I live and I don t use it. So shame on me for failing to exploit the resources easily available to me. There is one area however where I am I think improving watching what I eat and when I eat it. I ve been trying to incorporate more salads and veggies into my diet. Even fresh fruit now and again. I m avoiding heavy stuff like pasta bread and potatoes. And I ve been getting better about not packing away my dinner meal late at night. It s still a work in progress. But unlike the mysterious scene that ended the last episode of The Sopranos I m striving for clarity as I move through my twilight years. I hope I can pull it off. I hope we all can. Ron Leir A story in last week s issue about the North Arlington Board of Education mandating school uniforms for its students misidentified BOE President George McDermott. He is a police dispatcher. CORRECTION 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 Help Wanted Freelance Reporter WE ARE LOOKING FOR A PART-TIME GENERAL ASSIGNMENT REPORTER Who will cover hard news stories as well as take accompanying photographs. Candidates must have a flexible schedule that may include nights and weekends. They must also be able to follow strict deadlines-stories must be completed two days after the event or interview. Knowledge of AP style is preferred as is previous newspaper experience. 39 Seeley Send a cover letter resume with references and at least three clips to 531 Kearny Ave. Kearny NJ 07032 Attn Robert Pezzolla or e-mail to jobs theobserver.com. No phone calls please. THE OBSERVER OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED ON THURSDAY JULY 4 2013 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 26 2013 07 GUNS from 04 be stolen and used in a street crime. They can never kill a curious child. They can never turn a domestic argument into a tragedy. And they can never claim the life of one of our brave police officers. Acting Hudson County Prosecutor Gaetano T. Gregory endorsing the buyback noted Every gun surrendered will provide one less opportunity for that gun to fall into the wrong hands and to be used in a violent crime. Also cooperating in the udson event are the state Division of Criminal Justice the Hudson County Sheriff s Office the State Police the Bayonne Jersey City and Union City police departments and the faith-based community. The vast majority of these weapons [the ones collected at earlier buybacks] have been operable and capable of either maiming someone or killing them Hoffman said. He added As we all recognize there are far too many guns on the street and too many people dying as a result of gun violence. I look forward to a day when gun violence is not as pervasive in our society and we can direct our attention to other critical public safety issues. But we aren t there yet and our campaign to stop the needless bloodshed goes on full force. Residents with questions about the gun buyback program can call the Attorney General s Citizen Services unit at 609984-5828 or visit www.nj.gov guns. Lauren Alaina featured at State Fair Meadowlands State Fair Meadowlands recently announced that NASH FM Radio will host State Fair s first annual Country Music Night on Saturday June 29 at 6 p.m. The headline performer at the event will be Lauren Alaina the CMA s new Country Music Artist of the year and first runner-up in the 10th season of American Idol. The opening act will be Madeline Smith a New Jersey native who is currently working on an album with Kent Wells Dolly Parton s producer. The concert is free with entry ticket to the fair which is 9 for ages 13 and older and 7 for children ages 12 and younger and senior citizens. Children under 34 are admitted free. Alaina and Smith will be appearing on the American Stage. Appearing on the Main Stage will be Lacey Caroline another New Jersey singer. Lauren Alaina is a rising star in country music and we re thrilled that she ll be performing for fairgoers this year said Michele Tartaglione managing director of State Fair Meadowlands. As country music makes its way back into the New York radio market this is a great opportunity for fans to hear her as well as New Jersey s own Madeline Smith and Lacey Caroline play live. State Fair Meadowlands runs June 21 through July 7 a.m. and Sundays 2 p.m. to midnight. On opening Dollar Preview Night June 21 the fair is open 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. On Thursday July 4 the fair is open 2 p.m. to 1 a.m. and on Friday July 5 from 2 p.m. to 1 a.m. Parking is free Monday through Wednesday and 4 Thursdays through Sundays and July 3. Opening night parking is 1. The fair will offer free shuttle buses from to Secaucus Junction Fridays 6 p.m. to midnight Saturdays 4 p.m. to midnight Sundays 4 p.m. to midnight July 3 6 p.m. to midnight and July 4 4 p.m. to midnight. Visit www.njfair. com for more information. Photo courtesy CMT.com Lauren Alaina at the Meadowlands Fairgrounds next to MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford. It offers more than 150 rides and attractions on over 35 acres of fairgrounds. 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Your actual payment obligation will be higher. 8710-Clifton-NoPtMtg-COLOR-newimg-June6-5_95x9.indd 1 6 6 13 10 31 AM 08 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 26 2013 Kearny Police blotter The chips were down Earlier this month Kearny officers responded to a report of a burglary in South Kearny. Thanks to security cameras and some good police work the suspect has been identified and will be turned over to Hudson County authorities as soon as Union County is through with him. It all began around 4 a.m. June 6 when Officers Tom Floyd and Chris Levchak were called to the Subway shop at Tullo s Truck Stop on the Lincoln Highway where they found the front door smashed and the culprit gone. According to the business owner 225 in cash had been stolen along with some food primarily bags of potato chips a trail of which had been left behind. Det. John Plaugic searched the crime scene gathered evidence and along with the owner reviewed security videos. Plaugic then utilized the KPD s Critical Reach system a law enforcement intelligence and information-sharing network and discovered that Elizabeth had a similar break-in also at a Subway and a suspect was in custody. Comparing security footage and the arrest photo of the alleged burglar the detective was able to identify 23-yearold Gustavo Figueroa as the suspect in the Kearny crime and on June 18 draw a warrant for his arrest on charges of burglary and theft. Figueroa who previously had no known address has one now the Union County Jail in Elizabeth. He will eventually be transferred to Hudson County on the Kearny charges police said. Other recent reports from the KPD blotter included the following June 15 At approximately 3 a.m. three young men apparently all Kearny residents were sitting on a bench on the 200 block of Kearny Ave. enjoying some food they had just purchased at Quick Chek when they were approached by an individual who asked them if they had any weed. Police said the three told him they did not nor did they want any. At that point the stranger displayed a handgun punched one of the youths in the face and relieved them of their credit cards driver s licenses and an iPhone. He then ran to a waiting vehicle which fled along the avenue. The suspect was described as a black male in his early 20s wearing a grey hoodie and dark pants. P.O. Dean Gasser was the initial responding officer and Dets. Michael Gonzalez and John Plaugic are conducting the follow-up. June 17 At 7 30 p.m. P.O. Jay Ward arrested a 16-year- old Kearny youth at Kearny and Midland Aves. after confirming the teen had an outstanding warrant from Hudson County for failure to appear in drug court police said. A search subsequent to the arrest reportedly revealed four small bottles containing suspected cocaine in his bookbag. The youth was processed at headquarters his parents were notified and he was transported to the Hudson County Juvenile Detention Center. Vice Detectives on patrol on the Belleville Pike at 10 p.m. noticed a parked car with its interior lights on put it under surveillance and saw the occupant apparently in the process of rolling a marijuana cigar. Arrested on charges of possession of a CDS and drug paraphernalia was David Emanuel 27 of Kearny who also received a summons for operating a motor vehicle while in possession of a CDS. June 18 At 5 45 p.m P.O. John Fabula and Sgt. Anthony Limite responding to a report of a fight on Tappan St. arrived to find that one of the combatants had already fled. The other identified as 18-year-old Harrison resident Christopher Henry was found to be highly intoxicated and carrying alcoholic beverages in his backpack police said. Henry was charged with underage possession of alcohol. At HQ due to the state of his intoxication EMS was summoned and transported him to Clara Maass Medical Center for treatment Police Chief John Dowie reported. 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A search of his Belgrove Drive apartment turned up seven more bags of suspected pot police said Arrested was Luis Medina 22 of Kearny on charges of possession of marijuana and paraphernalia distribution of the drug and distribution within 1 000 feet of a school and 500 feet of a playground. Medina was also found to have an outstanding warrant from the Essex County Sheriff s Office police said. him. The individual said he did not live in the house a fact confirmed by the homeowner whom Wuelfing also interviewed while backup Officer Joe Martin secured the the suspect. Charged with defiant trespass was 35-year -old Newark resident Danny Morales who was also found to be wanted on a 5 000 theft-related warrant out of Newark Dowie reported. Morales was also charged with contempt of court on that warrant. The origin of the bike is not known. June 20 P.O. John Travelino in full uniform and wearing a traffic vest was on pedestriancrossing duty at 3 15p.m. on Kearny Ave. near Mandee s when Dowie said he noticed some interaction between a motorcycle and a red Honda travelling south on the avenue. The Honda appeared to be the more agressive of the two the June 19 chief noted. At 1 a.m. P.O. Ben WuelfThe motorcycle stopped as it ing was alerted to a suspicious approached the crosswalk but male on Ivy St. Checking the the Honda cut around it comarea the officer observed a man ing very close to the officer carrying a bicycle down off a and pedestrians Dowie said. porch stopped and questioned Travelino ordered the driver to stop but he reportedly accelerated into the oncoming lane and turned west onto Bergen Ave. Additional units were called to the area and found the Honda had hit another vehicle at Bergen and Maple St. The driver abandoned the car and his passenger and fled on foot through the backyards. Officers Jay Ward and Pat Becker and Sgt. Pete Gleason detained the passenger while others searched the area. P.O. Pat Sawyer and Det. Neil Nelson found the motorist hiding in a backyard on Maple near Rose St. He actually made a good distance for a guy wearing flip-flops Dowie commented. Taken into custody was McEden Etienne 19 of Irvington charged with eluding police obstructing the administration of law and criminal trespass. He was also issued motor-vehicle summonses for reckless driving failure to yield to pedestrians improper passing failure to stop or yield at a red light operating an unregistered vehicle failure to produce a driver s license and having fictitious plates. Karen Zautyk Poster contest winner Andrew Becker representing the Harrison East Newark Elks Lodge 2326 recently won first place in the North Central District Handicap Special Needs Children s Poster Drawing contest. Becker received a certificate of achievement from the lodge and a check from the North Central District Special Needs Committee. Becker is congratulated by his mother Kathy Taft and Harrison East Newark Elks 2326 Exalted Ruler Larry Bennett. 10 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 26 2013 RED SCARE from 02 Right now he said the district is working with a modest surplus of about 2.4 million in an annual budget of 85.8 million of which 30.5 million comes from state aid and nearly 47.7 million from local taxes. But for the 2014-2015 school year because revenues aren t keeping pace with expenses Ferraro projected that surplus would morph into a 2.4 mil- lion deficit meaning that the board would have to reduce its instructional payroll by 25 to 30 positions to balance its budget. And the following year Ferraro said the deficit would grow to 4.6 million which he added means we will be facing a reduction in force of as many as 60 teachers.... The Lincoln Campus provides the needed solution Ferraro asserted because it offers a more efficient way of providing education to all elementary school children with fewer staff needed. Ferraro proposed phasing in the plan with sixth-graders moving into the former Mater Dei building during the 20132014 school year and grades 7 and 8 occupying Lincoln School during the 2014-2015 school year. These steps he said among other things would ensure increased instructional time in math and language arts provide teachers common planning time and even out enrollment at other schools. But Doran said he didn t think there was sufficient lead time to work out terms for a lease of Mater Dei and get the first phase done in time for September opening. McDonald said We re spending too much on leases now. Let s get done with one project (Midland Ave.) before we start another. Lindenfelser added that maintenance [of Mater Dei] could potentially be real costly. 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KEARNY North Arlington plus Hasbrouck 7_26_13B Observer.indd 1 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 26 2013 11 GUN RANGE from 01 After Superstorm Sandy hit last October Mark Giordano a lawyer and financial consultant called the folks who d been lined up as prospective business partners to gauge whether they were still interested in backing the project. Turns out Jon Giordano several weren t because they were still struggling to recover from property damage caused by the massive storm. They d say Sandy wiped out my summer house and I didn t have insurance or I m still waiting to needed. Or perhaps an outdoor paintball facility could be rigged Giordano said. But a more realistic and practical plan at this point he said will likely be renting out the warehouse space as contractor condominiums with small offices in front and dry self-storage space in back for shops dealing in items like video cameras and electronics electrical and plumbing stock which can be accessed via loading docks. It s a good solution for a small business with inventory he said. Giordano is for residents. Ample on-site parking will be provided. The one-bedroom apartments would range from 711 to 899 square feet each while the two-bedroom units would be from 1 134 to 1 243 square feet each. Monthly rentals haven t yet been announced. Russo has already built a larger apartment complex in nearby Lyndhurst known as Meadows Crossing. Mayor Alberto Santos who sits on the Planning Board said the layout proposed for Kearny Crossing is more consistent with the kind of townhouse stock product we have in town as opposed to the more dense rental buildings like those being built in Harrison. It will be a positive addition to the area. Some unfinished business however still to be dealt with by the town Santos said is Russo s application for a PILOT (Payment In Lieu Of Taxes) agreement which the mayor said he planned to review this week with Town Administrator Michael Martello. We ve not done PILOTs before in Kearny except for senior [citizen] buildings San- tos said so I guess this would be a first for a multi-family residential building. Whether it s warranted will be based on projections for the cost of the project [with municipal services factored into the equation] and for the rate of return based on rental income. Typically a PILOT is based on a fixed percentage of the project s gross receipts. If a PILOT is granted the developer would pay the town 95% of the annual in lieu of tax fee and the county the remaining 5% while the local school system would get nothing. It s Nice to Eat at Slice Any Specialty Pizza Not valid with any other coupon. Must present coupon. UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP Medium only Medium Pizza Not valid with any other coupon. Must present coupon. 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Another worry you have is what do you do with the guns and bullets if a storm [like Sandy] is coming in he added. So at the end of the day Giordano said the storm kind of killed it. The range had been targeted for use primarily by law enforcement professionals for qualification purposes but also by licensed gun owners from the general public. Another possibility Giordano said would be to develop a simulated shooting training facility where patrons would use a fake gun that shoots laser beams wired to an electrical source. Not any live fire he added. This would greatly reduce your liability and permits hoping he doesn t have to raise the building to comply with the new flood control regulations. At any rate the gun range is put on the back burner at least for now maybe until the state s economy straightens out Giordano said. For now Giordano s attention is focused on rebuilding his West Hudson Lumber & Millwork business where flooding damaged some of his equipment and slowed the pace of work. Since the storm he said my sales and amount of customers dropped crazily. Meanwhile on another front Carlstadt developer Ed Russo secured approvals from the Kearny Planning Board on June 12 to scale down his Schuyler Crossing project at Schuyler and Bergen Aves. from more than 200 apartments as originally designed to 138 units. 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The cost is 30 per Bloomfield person. Bloomfield Public Library Oakeside will sponsor a trip 90 Broad St. will continue its genealogy class workshop this to Broadway to see the Tony summer moving to the second award winner for Best Musical Kinky Boots on ThursWednesday of the month day Oct. 10. Participants will beginning in July from 4 to enjoy a buffet dinner at the 6 p.m. Registration is not required. Learn how to research Oakeside Mansion at 4 30 p.m. then board a bus to the your family tree. theater. The cost of the trip is This program is led by 156 per person and includes community volunteer Miguel dinner round-trip bus transRamos a certified teacher of portation mezzanine seats social studies and American and all taxes and tips. history. Oakeside will conduct a bus For more information trip to Grounds for Sculpon this event or upcoming ture in Hamilton a 35-acre programs call 973- 566-6200 sculpture garden with more ext. 502 or visit www.bplnj. than 270 sculptures on Sunorg. You can also follow the day Oct. 13. Participants can library on Facebook Twitter take a self-guided tour or join or Google. a docent-led tour at 11 a.m. The library is now offeror 1 p.m. Lunch is available ing a chess club for adults at several venues on site or on Wednesdays at 6 p.m. participants can pack a picnic beginning on July 10. Parlunch. After the sculpture ticipants are encouraged to bring a board and pieces. The garden the bus will stop at a nearby Cracker Barrel reschildren s chess club meets taurant and gift shop. The on Mondays at 3 p.m. in the bus will leave Cracker Barrel children s library. about 6 30 p.m. The cost is 55 Oakeside Bloomfield per person which includes the Cultural Center 240 Bellville bus and admission to Grounds Ave. is offering an art camp for Sculpture but does not for children ages 5 to 13. Session 1 (July 8-12) and Session 2 include meals. Reservations are required (July 15-19) The Well-rounded Artist Campers will work in a for all events and must be paid variety of media. 250. Mate- within five days of booking to ensure a place. There are no rials included. Session 3 (July 22-26) Adventures in Cooking refunds on paid reservations. Campers will learn a different Call the Oakeside office at 973-429-0960. culinary treat each day. 275. A Chinese brush painting Materials included. Session exhibit by the Hsin-Ruey Art 4 (July 29-Aug. 2) Creative Group of New Jersey Chinese Crafts Jewelry-making macCultural and Art Association ram printing woodworking and more. 250. Materials in- will be on display at Oakeside cluded. Session 5 (Aug. 5 to 9) from July 2 to 30 Monday Adventures in Cooking Class- to Friday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. An opening reception to meet es are held Monday to Friday the artists will be held on July from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Register 13 from 2 to 4 p.m. For more early class size is limited. All students must bring lunch information call Oakeside. Bloomfield s local access mid-morning snack and water. The Belleville Irish American Association is sponsoring a trip to Wildwood Smithville Ocean City Atlantic City Cape May from Sept. 8 to 12. The 465 per person cost includes hotel transportation four breakfasts four lunches and four dinners. For itinerary or information call Pat at 973751-5308. around town THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 26 2013 Belleville TV station (Ch. 35 Comcast Ch. 30 Verizon) will present Panic in the Streets and Suddenly on June 29 as part of its June Double Feature Month. A combination of classic cartoons action-packed serials and vintage movies are screened every Saturday at 8 p.m. West Hudson Brave Women Fighting Breast Cancer meets on the last Friday of every month from 7 to 9 p.m. at the East Newark Senior Center 37 President St. The group will provide an atmosphere of warmth and comfort for patients and family. For more information call Emma at 201998-6828 Rosa 201-246-7750 Fatima 973-485-4236 or email emidura2 yahoo.com. Together we will fight this disease. East Newark ries Seniors grades 7 and 8 Juniors 5 and 6 and Mighty Mite 1 and 2. Registration fee is 65. For more information contact the community center at 973-268-2469. Harrison American Legion 8 Patterson St. will host an old fashioned family picnic on Saturday June 29 starting at 3 p.m. to celebrate Independence Day. The menu will include hot dogs burgers corn on the cob clam chowder and potato salad. Tickets are 10. For reservations call Ed Marshman at 201-998-0662. Proceeds will go towards the post s 75th anniversary. Harrison East Newark Elks 2326 will have a 4th of July Tar Beach party on July 6 from 2 to 6 p.m. There will be draft beer wine soda and food. Admission is 20 for adults 15 for senior citizens and 10 for children. The Harrison Public School District will be participating in the 2013 Summer Food Service Program from July 8 to Aug. 8 (Monday to Thursday only from 11 15 a.m. to 1 15 p.m.) The Summer Food Service is sponsored by the federal Food And Nutrition Services U.S. Dept. of Agriculture. This program provides all children age 18 and under with the same free meal in accordance with a menu approved by the state agency regardless of race color national origin sex disability or age. Harrison Senior Center 221 Harrison Ave. will hold a picnic on July 3 at 11 a.m. The event will include food and entertainment featuring Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin impersonators. Participants should bring their senior ID. For more information call Rita at 973-268-2463. Pop Warner Football registrations are being held through June 28 at the Harrison Community Center 401 Warren St. for these catego- Harrison Kearny Public Library 318 Kearny Ave. invites children ages 5 and older to an art class on Wednesday June 26 from 4 to 5 p.m. The library will provide the art materials. Registration is not necessary but space is limited. Join the library for showings of Oz the Great and Powerful (PG) on Thursday June 27 and Jack the Giant Slayer on Friday June 28 (PG-13). Both films start at 2 p.m. downstairs at the Main Library. Popcorn and light refreshments will be served. Everyone is welcome but please note the rating for each film. A free Digital Photography Class will meet at the Main Library on Wednesday June 26 from 6 to 7 30 p.m. No sign-ups are necessary. Local professional photographer and computer expert Bryan Louvado will show a short presentation of his work and outline the basics of digital photography and getting to know your camera. Participants are invited to bring their own digital camera. For more information about this or other upcoming programs call the library at 201-998-2666 or visit www. kearnylibrary.org. Presbyterian Boys-Girls Club 663 Kearny Ave. will be open during July and August on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7 to 9 p.m. Most members and guests are between the ages of 8 and 15. The summer program of- Kearny fers basketball dodgeball wiffleball kick ball gymnastics bowling bumper pool air hockey foozball arts and crafts ping pong and electronic games. Summer trips have been scheduled to State Fair (July 30) KC Royals vs. Yankees at Yankee Stadium (July 10) Mountain Creek Water Park (July 17) Seaside Heights rides and water park (July 31) Bow Craft Amusement and Miniature Golf (Aug. 7) and the Jersey Jackals vs. Newark Bears in baseball (Aug. 14). All trips are chaperoned by PBGC directors. The club will be supervised this summer by a professional staff including Tom Fraser former Lincoln School guidance counselor Paul Vieira Mark and Tonia Latka and Ryan Fraser. The Food Pantry located at the Lyndhurst Municipal Annex 253 Stuyvesant Ave. has new hours Tuesday through Thursday from 1 to 3 30 p.m. The Food Pantry is available to Lyndhurst residents who can show proof of hardship and residency. The Meadowlands Environment Center 2 DeKorte Park Plaza Lyndhurst is hosting a free program for seniors The Boys of Bergen Remembering the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) in Bergen County on Thursday June 27 at 2 p.m. President Franklin D. Roosevelt created the CCC during the Great Depression. While providing jobs for many young unmarried men the program dealt with the conservation and development of natural resources. Between 1933 and 1941 the CCC boys toiled along the cliffs of the Palisades and in the marshes of the Hackensack Valley. Presenter Kathleen Duxbury is an author photographer and New Deal researcher. The Meadowlands Environment Center will host a free Independence Day Band Concert for seniors on Tuesday July 2 at 7 p.m. The North see AROUND TOWN page Lyndhurst 20 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 26 2013 13 CORPS from or tightening loose screws on a table the commissioner said. Other citizens who suddenly found themselves under medical care and temporarily lost their mobility needed help with walking their dogs. These may seem to be minor tasks to some but for someone who just had a back operation or who is suffering from an acute case of arthritis such a task becomes overwhelming. And thus was born the idea for Nutley Corps volunteers in service to Nutley residents. Plans for the Corps were announced last week and Rogers notes that right now the project is still in the embryonic stage. But he hopes to have the Corps up and running soon after Labor Day. As the official announcement noted Nutley Corps will offer interested individuals and local businesses the opportunity to be part of a network of citizen volunteers who are willing to use their skills talents expertise and life s experiences for the purpose of assisting fellow citizens who have temporary needs. We met one such citizen last week a veteran whose temporary need was one that helped inspire the Nutley Corps idea. Dan Jacoby assistant director of Military & Veterans Affairs took us to visit Mike Paolino a World War II vet 86 going on 87 who told us that when he got that knock on the door from Rogers and Jacoby he was having some issues 01 with his lawn. More specifically with his lawn mower. It was up on a shelf and he couldn t safely lower it. I asked them to take it down for me Paolino said. They did. And then they cut the grass He had neither asked for nor expected the yard work but it was hugely appreciated. Mike served his country Jacoby said. I m the new vet and as one vet to another I wanted to give something back. Because of Mike s scenario and others like it we realized that there were small needs that needed to be met Jacoby explained. Such as the Nutley senior whose garage needed to be cleaned out. And another recovering from an operation who needed temporary care for a pet. Helping could entail something as simple as changing a light bulb in a ceiling fixture a senior can no longer reach. Most of the Nutley Corps volunteers are expected to assist with relatively small projects but Rogers -- along with Robert De Bello who will oversee Nutley Corps -are also looking for vols with special skill sets. Carpenters electricians landscapers and firefighters and police officers with such skills will be needed for more complicated tasks. De Bello who retired from the Nutley Police Department in 1996 as detective sergeant will screen all the potential volunteers and then build a database of the personnel and the needs of those requesting help. We already have some fine volunteers working through a program called Seniors Helping Seniors Rogers explained in his press release. These volunteers have assisted many citizens with minor repairs through the former CARE Committee. They will continue working with us via Nutley Corps. We are now going to bring this program to another level. And it won t be just senior citizens and veterans who can get help the temporarily disabled can apply too. The commissioner noted that one significant change from the CARE program is that Nutley Corps volunteers will not become involved with health-care issues. There are laws that require strict confidentiality with regard to a person s health Rogers said. This confidentially will be maintained through our health- care professionals. Hence if a citizen has a health- care need the Nutley Health Department not the volunteer group will take of it. That includes providing transportation to a doctor s office or arranging for a nurse to visit a home. Those situa- tions will be within the Health Department s purview. The Nutley Corps is a great opportunity for retired citizens to get busy again said De Bello. But volunteers of all ages will be welcome and an invitation has gone out to Nutley High School students and youth involved in Scouting. Once De Bello has finished the screenings and compiled the list of volunteers a 30-minute orientation meeting will be scheduled. Any Nutley resident interested in volunteering is invited to call 973-284-4976 or email RDebello nutleynj.org . Nutley has always been known for our spirit of volunteerism in this town De Bello told us. Nutley Corps should offer even more evidence of that. 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LiquidationNP_11_5x21.indd 1 5 6 11 2 41 PM sports&recreation THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 26 2013 15 SPORTS VIEW COnTaCT JIm aT OgSmaR aOl.COm Schoener leaves Kearny for Saddle River Day When a college basketball coach leaves one school and goes to the next there s always this one predominant complaint What about the kids It s safe to say the same thing has to happen on the high school level as well. Recently Bill Schoener handed in his resignation letter to the powers-that-be in the Kearny Board of Education stepping down as the head boys basketball coach after just one season. The reason Schoener has taken a position as the new head coach at a Bergen County private school called Saddle River Day a school that has gone a long way to trying to become a better athletic institution than it was when it was known as Saddle River Country Day sounding more like a summer camp than a high school. Schoener gave no indication to Kearny athletic director John Millar that he was pursuing other coaching opportunities. Absolutely not Millar said. I had no indication whatsoever. It wasn t like Saddle River Day called me and said that they were pursuing my basketball coach. It caught me totally offguard. And it s left Millar with the difficult task of trying to find a suitable replacement in the middle of the summer when most programs are in the midst of summer camps summer leagues and summer training. It s not easy Millar said. The timing was not good at all. Even if we knew a little earlier the timing still wouldn t have been good. Schoener said that he wasn t actively pursuing other opportunities although it was learned that he did in fact interview for the opening at Harrison. I definitely wasn t actively looking Schoener said. I liked it in Kearny. I thought we were going in the right direction. But Schoener said that Saddle River Day called him in for an interview. I was one of 40 who were being interviewed Schoener said. When I got there I fell in love with the place. One of the reasons see VIEW next page Kearny enjoying summer baseball success in new league Play for East squad in 20th Robeson All-Star Classic Photo by Jim Hague Sophomore-to-be Richard Joa unleashes a fastball during the Kearny summer baseball team s game against Rutherford last Saturday morning at Franklin School Field. By Jim Hague Observer Sports Writer to play elsewhere later in the summer. I think it s good for our kids to play with others Kearny has a summer boys and see how they match up. baseball team that is playing However for the time bein a new league the Bergen ing they re playing at home County Baseball League a 10at Franklin School Field with team organization that is not their friends and classmates part of the American Legion from Kearny High. program. We re happy to be in the Kearny had to make a move new league Bifulco said. It s after the Bergen County giving us a chance to compete. American Legion league folded It s also giving the team a after last season. chance to win because Kearny Last year we only had currently owns a 9-4 record five teams in that league so I good for a tie for first place kept it in the back of my head with five regular season games of possibly moving to a new left to play. league said Frank Bifulco Kearny has basically an who is also the Kearny High extremely young roster with School head baseball coach. nine members of the team This new league has 10 teams just recently completing their and guarantees us 18 games freshman year at the school. with one guaranteed playoff Six will be juniors in the fall game. It s a good league. The and only three will be seniors. play is a little condensed but It s a very young team but that gives our kids a chance that s good because they re getting a chance to compete against older kids Bifulco said. They re all willing to work. We bring them in for practice two hours before a scheduled game and the kids are great. They re making it happen. The young team is doing well so the signs look promising for the future. It s real encouraging Bifulco said. We have three objectives in the summer. We want to build a winning attitude we want to get every kid playing baseball and staying involved and we want to give them as much baseball as possible under our supervision to keep them playing and bring that success back to the high school varsity level. We re on the right track. We re enjoying winning in the middle of the summer. Last weekend the Kearny see KEaRnY page 17 16 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 26 2013 VIEW from 15 why Schoener took the job was that the school offered him lower tuition for his daughter Alyssa who recently graduated grammar school. That was the clincher for me Schoener said. She s already been accepted there. It s like no place I ve ever seen. My other daughter is in the sixth grade and hopefully she ll go there as well. The school has great kids great facilities. Incredibly that s what Schoener said in August of 2012 when he decided to take the Kearny job. It s a school close to where I live (Rutherford) Schoener said last August. It s a larger school that has had success in other sports. They play in a better league a very good basketball league (the HCIAL). The facilities are great. It s everything you can want. Plus there are a lot of pieces in place. Schoener came to Kearny after two years at Queen of Peace and four years at Becton Regional. But I felt it was time to get a new challenge Schoener said last August. Kearny is a bigger program. We have 35 kids in the program. I like the numbers game. I like having more kids to work with. Schoener said that he took the job at Saddle River Day last Monday. A day later he went to meet with Millar. I sat down and he knew right away something was up Schoener said. I was so uncomfortable about talking about the situation but I knew I had to do it. I felt terrible about it. John was great to me. If I needed gym time he never Photo by Jim Hague Kearny Family Health Center Ask about our crowns implants and bridge specials Visit us for a FREE 2nd opinion General & Cosmetic Dentistry For the entire Family Last December Bill Schoener (back row center) seemed poised and ready to begin a long term assignment as the Kearny boys basketball coach. Schoener recently suddenly resigned after one season leaving Kearny to search once again for a new head coach. DR. SOUHA HANNA D.D.S. DR. BEYDOUN PERIODONTIST GUM & IMPLANT SURGEON GENERAL & COSMETIC DENTISTRY SPRING SPECIAL Gum Treatment & Surgery Teeth Whitening Exam Treatment Plan Root Canal Treatment Bonding 4 X-Rays & Crowns & Bridges Porcelain Laminate Veneers 00 Extractions Surgery Credit Plans Available Teeth Cleaning (Deep Cleaning not included.) Dentures & Implants Lumineers 79. 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I wasn t unhappy at Kearny. Schoener was asked if he felt he was letting the current Kearny players down by leaving after one year. Schoener guided the Kardinals to a 5-22 record last season. I guess that s the way you can look at it that I was there for only a year and then leave Schoener said. But this wasn t a basketball decision. This was a family decision. At the end of the day family came first. Schoener s assistant Jimmy Mahre has been doing the brunt of the summer work with the Kardinals coaching them in the Bloomfield summer league and taking them to the Garfield team camp. I hope Jimmy gets the job Schoener said. He s a great candidate. He ll do everything I did. He was a great assistant. He ll carry on and then some. I thought we were turning things around and in a place to get things going. There was an upside. We ve already started with Jimmy two nights a week Millar said. Some things are already in place. It s not like the kids are out there on their own. But who s to say that Mahre if he gets the job won t leave after a year There are never any guarantees Millar said. It s just the way it is. We have to move forward to find someone who is a good fit for us someone who will give us some years. That s what we re looking for. That s what Millar thought he had a year ago when he hired Schoener. He was wrong. I thought the kids responded well to Bill Millar said. I thought they enjoyed playing for him. I think that was evident both in practices and in games. I think they were looking forward to a new season with some new varsity players. We thought we were approaching an improved season. Millar said that he has already begun the process to hire a new basketball coach. This comes on the heels of having to hire a new football coach which the school did with Nick Edwards. I think we ll have our fair share of interested people Millar said. I think we ll be okay. Hopefully by the July Board meeting (July 22) we can make an appointment. At least we re going to try. Here s the last quote that comes from Schoener s interview here last August. I wouldn t be there if I didn t think we can win games Schoener said. I went to Becton and people said I couldn t win there. I loved my team in Becton and I am sure I ll love this team as well. It was time to move on. I m excited about this challenge. I m going to like playing the Hudson County schools. It s great to have a bigger program. Let s see what happens. What happened is that Schoener left before he could experience any changes and left Millar in the lurch scrambling once again to find a new boys basketball coach after less than a full year. THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 26 2013 17 ers and has been taking on that role Bifulco said. team played a doubleheader Left-hander Richard Joa losing a tough 2-0 decision to who pitched Saturday s game Rutherford then collecting against Rutherford has disa 2-1 win over Little Ferry to played a ton of talent in his improve to 9-4. starts. Joa will be a sopho We took a step back remore at Kearny in the fall. cently then came back to win He has a lot of potential four games in a row Bifulco and is growing into his role said. It s all evening out. Bifulco said. He s turning Leading the way for the into a dependable guy for us. Kearny squad is catcher T.J. Josue Rodriguez is the Witt who will be a senior in team s No. 1 pitcher posting a the fall. 3-0 record thus far. When he s He is now a leader on this not pitching Rodriguez plays team Bifulco said. He s third base like he did for the doing a great job with his Kardinals in the spring. leadership and catching. He s starting to take Witt has also been hitting control of this team Bifulco the ball solidly all summer. said. He s hitting very well He s doing all aspects of right now. the game for us Bifulco said. Bifulco has a plethora of Witt is backed up at catch- solid pitchers to use on this er by two promising players team with Kyle Girdwood Cody Evancheck and Aaron Steven Dyl Connor McGonzalez. Clelland Michael Hyde and They ve both been pleasBenny Cowan all taking the ant surprises and they re both ball. Joseph Baez has been playing well Bifulco said. the closer collecting three We get them all chances to saves. play. They re all young guys The pitching staff is headed and we re trying to build by senior-to-be Bryan Rowe something by getting them all who had an excellent varsity innings Bifulco said. season in the spring for the Dyl and Girdwood have Kardinals. Rowe has a 2-1 been sharing first base duties pitching record this summer. with Joseph Esteves. He s also one of our leadKEARNY from 15 Photo by Jim Hague Catcher T.J. Witt unleashes a single during the Kearny summer baseball team s game Saturday against Rutherford. Rowe is the second baseman although Adam French plays second when Rowe is on the mound. Baez is the shortstop. He started there in the spring for the Kearny varsity as a fresh- man. Rodriguez is a fixture at third although McClelland and Jonathan Illa get time at the hot corner when Rodriguez is pitching. The left field duties are shared by Hyde and Joa. Bifulco is very high on centerfielder John O Neill. He s taken the spot and run with it Bifulco said of O Neill. He s taken charge out there. He s an aggressive player who can run. He has a very bright future. David Nash sees time in right field along with Cowan and Rayjay Fernandez. All things considered Bifulco has to be pleased with his summer action considering the Kardinals struggled during the regular high school varsity campaign. I m very happy Bifulco said. 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For me the biggest thing about Matt was that I knew he was going to be successful in anything he does Prep head soccer coach Josh Jantas said. He was a vital cog to our program s success. Coming into his senior year he had a chance to do well for us but he exceeded all expectations we had. Halchak helped lead the Marauders to the championship game in the Hudson County Tournament. Photo by Jim Hague PREMIER CARE ASSOCIATES Nutley resident and St. Peter s Prep three-sport athlete Matt Halchak was selected to deliver the commencement address for the Prep Class of 2013 last weekend. of West Hudson Prakash J. Doshi M.D. ABIM Open 7 Days Satish Madan M.D. FACS a Week Subhathra Karunanithi M.D. ABFM We are seeing patients from infants to adults. Longer Hours Walk-In Appointments Available For All Minor Medical Urgencies Preventive and Primary Medical Care Most Major Insurances Accepted 206 Bergen Avenue Suite 201 Kearny NJ (201) 998-7474 Make your vision picture perfect... 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You look at him and everything he s accomplished someone of his size and stature and he was able to play at such a high level. It s toughness. You look at him and he s the definition of tough. He never once backed down. Decker marveled at the way Halchak was able to juggle the demands of being a three-sport athlete. In today s day and age coaches want their athletes to concentrate on just one sport and play that sport all year round. I don t know how he did it Decker said. To have that kind of commitment through the summer when coaches are trying to do everything is story continues next page Eye Exams Contact Lenses Pediatric Care Dr. Maria Domingues Optometric Physician Lic 270A0063100 Louis J. 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I never would have picked one sport over another before this year but it s definitely baseball Halchak said. I never thought I d play a college sport but I may try to walk on to my team in college now. I didn t do anything differently. I just had a good year. Halchak batted .412 in leading the Marauders to a 26-4 record the most wins in a single season in school history. While Halchak s teams might have lost in the county finals in soccer to Kearny and basketball to Hudson Catholic the Marauders won the county crown in baseball. Matt Halchak is aces in my eyes Prep head baseball coach Pat Laguerre said. He s a coach s dream. He has one speed fast. Everything he does is fast. Some others may learn to slow down but not Matt. I have nothing but great things to say about him. That s why he was one of our captains. He s a born leader. He s as competitive as they come and he just doesn t stop. Laguerre continued to sing his captain s praises. What you have here is something pretty special and doesn t come along every day Laguerre said. It s really refreshing to see a kid who is a throwback and doesn t shy away from competition. He wants to be the best. I literally go after the younger kids and tell them to watch Matt. He should be rubbing off on them because he does it all the right way. Halchak is headed to Georgetown to perhaps have a double major in government and economics. Law school is a goal down the road. I had a very blessed senior year Halchak said. I got to play in three county championship games. I played in six over two years. You just can t believe things like that can happen. It s pretty cool. I played all three sports all year and I was once at the bottom of the totem pole. It was tough but it all paid off. It was one hell of a ride. 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Jersey Concert Band will Children ages 3 -10 are welperform a selection of music come. Registration is required associated with America s so please call in advance. history. For more informaThe library will host Outtion call 201-460-8300 or visit rage Hisss...Pet an animal www.njmeadowlands.gov ec. show on Wednesday July 17 St. Michael the Archangel from 4 to 4 30 p.m. Children in Parish 624 Page Ave. is pargrades pre-k to 6 are invited ticipating in the Fortnight for to learn some cool facts about Freedom 14 days of prayer and animals. Registration is refasting for religious liberty quired. ending on July 4. The U.S. Science meets art in a bishops have called for the hands-on special event at Fortnight for Freedom to adthe library on July 25 at 4 30 dress the current challenges to p.m. for children ages 7 to 14. religious liberty. Students will get an up close On June 27 there will be and personal look at different prayers coinciding with the fossils from around the world. all-day Exposition of the Kids will get a chance to play Blessed Sacrament. Prayer an archaeologist as they create times will be at 7 30 a.m. 8 30 fossil rubbings dig through a.m. 12 30 p.m. with Benedicsand to uncover dinosaur tion at 7 30 p.m. bones and even create a fossil The Fortnight for Freedom impression out of clay. Regisevents conclude Masses at 7 tration is required. and 9 a.m. Children in grades 3 to 6 The Lyndhurst Library can learn to play checkers at Children s Room 355 Valley the library on Tuesday July Brook Ave invites children in 9 and Thursday July 11 from grades pre-k to 2 for a walk-in 2 30 to 4 p.m. on both dates. story and coloring time on Registration is required and Mondays Wednesdays and please call in advance. A Thursdays at 6 30 p.m. No checkers tournament will be registration is required. held at the library in three Children in grades pre-k to rounds (children must be 6 are welcome at the library committed to all three rounds) every Monday and some on the following dates from Wednesdays (July 6 24 and 2 30 to 4 p.m. First round 31) from 3 to 4 p.m. to make an July 16 Semifinal round July origami animal zoo. Registra18 Final practice July 23 and tion is required. the final round will be held on Children of all ages are inJuly 30 from 2 to 4 p.m. The vited to the library for a showcheckers champion will be ing of Disney s classic The given their prize on WednesLion King on Tuesday July 2 day Aug. 7 from 2 to 4 p.m. from 2 15 p.m. to 4 p.m. RegSpace is limited and registraistration is required. Popcorn tion is required. will be served. Eliot the super magic man North Arlington will be at the library with American Legion Alexander jokes magic tricks and more P. Stover Post 37 222 River Rd. magical entertainment on will meet on July 1 at 8 p.m. All AROUND TOWN from 12 veterans are invited to join. For more information call 201214-8253. A food drive will be conducted as part of T.J. Churuti s Eagle Scout project on June 29 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Foodtown 1 Schuyler Ave. North Arlington and Stop and Shop 425 Lewandowski St. Lyndhurst. Non-perishable items are welcome along with cash donations and store gift cards. All items will be donated to Queen of Peace Food Pantry. The Senior Harmony Club of North Arlington has scheduled the following trips to the Taj Mahal Tuesday July 9 and Tuesday Aug. 13. The cost is 25. You receive 25 in slot play. Call Florence at 201-9913173 for more information or reservations. North Arlington Public Library 210 Ridge Rd. will conduct registration for its summer reading program from June 27 to July 5 on a first come first serve basis in person or online at http bit.ly 11uEKUz. Children who complete the reading portion of the Summer Reading Club will receive special recogni- tion at a ceremony on Thursday Aug. 15 at 6 p.m. The library is offering the following programs for children. All programs run from July 8 to Aug. 9. Ages 2-5 Library Lullabies- Tuesdays at 10 a.m. and Bookworm Babies- Thursdays at 10 a.m. Ages 6-10 Dig into CraftsTuesdays at 11 30 a.m. Ages 10-13 Tween Book Club- Thursdays at 3 45 p.m. Ages 14-18 YA Book ClubThursdays at 6 30 p.m. Special events for children will be held weekly at the library on Wednesdays from July 10 to Aug. 7. Registration for these programs will begin a week before the scheduled event date. The library will have the following drop-in programs for all ages Board Games- Mondays at 10 30 a.m. and the Family Morning Movie- Fridays at 10 30 a.m. Queen of Peace High School 191 Rutherford Pl. North Arlington announces that Head Football Coach Robert Kearns will offer a free football camp for all boys entering grades 5 to 8 July 22 to 24 9 a.m. to noon at the school s football field. The camp will center on fundamentals rules weight room instruction in and out of season training nutrition and game preparation. The school s football staff and Athletic Director Ed Abromaitis will run the camp which will be held at the Queen of Peace High School football field. All campers should wear a T-shirt shorts and sneakers. Water and Gatorade will be supplied. Registration is not required. For more information contact Abromaitis at 201-998-8227 ext. 31. Nutley Public Library 93 Booth Dr. will host Dinosaur Dig on Friday June 28 at 11 a.m. as part of its summer reading kickoff (appropriate for grades K to 6 but all are welcome.) No registration is required. This event will feature original music songs show and tell with rare fossils a touch of magic a puppet and the Dinosaur Game Show. Nutley We treat you like Family Proudly Serving & Supporting Our Community Since 1930 Doorjam to perform free concert Doorjam the house band of the Franklin Reformed Church in Nutley will return to Ocean Grove for a free concert on Saturday July 6. The performance sponsored by the Jersey Shore Gospel Music Ministry of Ocean Grove will begin at 7 p.m. at the Boardwalk Pavilion on Ocean Avenue in Ocean Grove. The band s members are is Vicky Chalk and Jainie Gambaro of Nutley Linda and Joe Ribaudo of Bloomfield and Jill Fenske and Martin Williams both of Pequannock Township all of whom are part of the music ministry at the Franklin Reformed Church. For more information call the Franklin Reformed Church at 973-667-7022. 0 white red ou and yvent e sales every vehicle marked down to save you thousands % apr availaBle 4cyl auto p str brks abs wind lock mirr seat a c am fm cd mp3 onstar traction control keyless entry security alarm alloy whls. MSRP 27 130 VIN D6356296 Stk 22979. Vehicle color is Champagne Silver Metallic. Total of payments 8 268. Residual 16 006. Lease is with US Bank with 10 000 mi. per year with .25 thereafter to qualified buyers. Down payment of 1 343 included with 1 542 due at inception. 199 39 per month mos. lease for 2013 GMC TERRAIN SLE fWD 4DR 2013 GMC ACADIA SLE AWD 4DR Your Trade-In id Top Pa S LD O WE HAVE OTHERS AT SIMILAR PRICES 311 39 per month mos. lease for 6cyl auto p str brks abs wind lock mirr a c am fm cd mp3 sat onstar bluetooth sunroof 3rd row seating trac. cont. dual air bag system rear backup camera keyless entry roof rack security alarm alloy wheels. MSRP 39 940 VIN DJ265898 Stk 23030. Vehicle color is Carbon Black Metallic. Total of payments 12 129. Residual 23 564. Lease is with US Bank with 10 000 mi. per year with .25 thereafter to qualified buyers. Down payment of 911 included with 1 222 due at inception. FranksGMC.net see our entire inventory 325 Orient Way lynDHUrSt nJ 201-939-7708 Acadia Price includes 2 500 Cap Cost Reduction 1 000 Lease Conquest Cash must currently have a 1999 or newer non-GM vehicle leased vehicle to qualify. Terrain Price includes 1 650 Cap Cost Reduction and 1 000 Lease Conquest Cash must currently have a 1999 or newer non-GM vehicle leased vehicle to qualify. To qualified buyers in lieu of factory rebates. Offers valid until 7 01 13 prices include all costs except tax mv dealer doc fee and bank fees. Not responsible for typo s see dealer for details. THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 26 2013 21 Multi-car smashup in Harrison under review An out-of-town motorist struck five parked cars including one owned by a Harrison lawmaker while driving through Harrison on Sunday June 16 police reported. And police said a sixth vehicle whose driver was trying to get out of the way was hit by one the struck parked cars sent spinning out across the street. As of last week no charges had been filed against the errant driver but police said the accident is still under investigation. Police said the episode began shortly after 3 30 p.m. when Manuel Calle Calle 30 of Newark was driving a 1999 Dodge Durango west on Harrison Ave. when he lost control of the vehicle and struck a 2011 Toyota registered to a Kearny resident and a 2002 Mercury Grand Marquis owned by Harrison Councilman Larry Bennett. The driver told police his vehicle experienced a mechanical failure causing it to veer off. After that initial crash police said the driver slammed on his brake trying to stop but nonetheless continued forward into the eastbound lane and hit a 2003 Ford Explorer a 2008 Maserati a 2010 Mitsubishi Galant and a 2010 Honda CRV all registered to Harrison residents. Police said the Honda was propelled across Harrison Ave. about 30 feet into the left front side of a 2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor traveling west on Harrison Ave. whose driver a Harrison woman seeing the accident had pulled over to the right side of the avenue to avoid being hit. Ron Leir Gerardo Coppola returns to Century 21 Semiao & Associates Century 21 Semiao & Associates announces that Gerardo Coppola sales associate has rejoined the Lyndhurst office sales team. We are very happy to have Gerardo back with us said Fernando G. Semiao brokerowner of Century 21 Semiao & Associates. Gerardo places his real estate wisdom and passion for life into everyday business helping to make clients more comfortable with the real estate transaction as they make what may be the most significant purchase of their lives said Semiao His clients find him to be dedicated to their needs and his patience in helping them achieve their goals is admirable. Coppola believes in what the Century 21 System has to offer and has completed extensive training to stay abreast of the newest marketing tools. Semiao added We believe training supports growth and professional excellence in the real estate industry. Performance-based training is necessary to assure that Century 21 associates maintain their competitive edge and offer the best service possible to their clients. As a sales associate I m here to help my buyers and sellers through each step of a purchase or sale said Coppola My goal is to help my clients through every phase of the transaction while working toward a successful closing. Semiao added Coppola is a valued and trusted real Gerardo Coppola estate resource for our community and has been a major contributor to the overall success of Century 21 Semiao & Associates and the Century 21 System as a whole. Currently a resident of Kearny Coppola enjoys the opportunities to serve the needs of his clients utilizing what Semiao believes to be the proven systems that are in place at Century 21 Semiao & Associates. He can be reached at the Lyndhurst office at 201-460-8000 or on his cell 201-522-6969. Century 21 Semiao & Associates Lyndhurst recognizes Top Producing Associate for 2012 Donna Dilkes sales associate with Century 21 Semiao & Associates Lyndhurst office was named top producing associate for 2012. Century 21 Semiao & Associates is pleased to recognize Dilkes with this honor. She is a leader and innovator empowering local homebuyers and sellers with valuable information helping them to make informed real estate decisions said Fernando Semiao broker owner of Century 21 Semiao & Associates. Dilkes has seven years of experience in the real estate industry and has been with the Century 21 System from the start of her career. Dilkes has also been honored by New Jersey Association of Realtors with the 2012 Circle of Excellence Bronze Level Award. Century 21 Corporate awarded Dilkes with the sales production Master Diamond award. In addition Dilkes has earned the Century 21 Quality Service Pinnacle Award 2012. With Century 21 our agents have been able to shine in any market Semiao said. Dilkes is a lifelong resident of Lyndhurst where she has served her community for many years. Donna s competitive intelligence professionalism and dedication has made her a valued and trusted real estate resource for the Bergen Hudson county market area and a major contributor to the overall success of our office and the Century 21 System as a whole Semiao said. Century 21 Semiao & Associates has two offices in Lyndhurst and Kearny located at 761 Ridge Rd. Lyndhurst and 213 Kearny Ave. Kearny. Century 21 Semiao & Associates is a full-service brokerage firm specializing in residential multi investment commercial and new vonstruction properties. Donna Dilkes can be reached by calling 201-4608000 ext. 240. Donna Dilkes The Observer office will be CLOSED Thursday July 4 22 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 26 2013 Real Estate NORTH ARLINGTON NORTH ARLINGTON DIRECTORY To advertise in this directory CALL 201-991-1600 LOCATION LOCATION LOCATION 2 Bedroom 2.5 Bath. Warm and Inviting. Lovely Deck for morning Coffee and Evening Tea. Beautiful Back Yard for summer BBQ s. New Roof with fenced in yard including Family size Dining Area for Holiday Gatherings. Make this house Your Home Close to Mass Transit NYC houses of worship restaurants and stores. Established Hair Salon. Great location. Great Business Opportunity 14 000 MARINA CHES CHESNEY RE MAX HOME CONNECTION 28 Route 46 West Pine Brook NJ 07058 Cell 201-696-1717 Office 973-575-6005 ext. 137 Fax 973-575-8514 761 Ridge Rd. Lyndhurst NJ 201-460-8000 Semiao & Associates 213 Kearny Ave Kearny NJ 201-991-1300 We Do Rentals LYNDHURST 3 Bedrooms 2 Bath Inground Swimmg Pool 343 000 The Bixler Group LLC Real Estate & Insurance Since 1891 758 Kearny Ave. Kearny 201.991.0032 BixlerEST1891.com The Bixler Group LYNDHURST 34x150 lot 3 Bedroom 1 Bath 363 000 1 2 & 3 Bedrooms Cappiello Real Estate Services L.L.C 437 Kingsland Ave Lyndhurst NJ 07071 Rosa Agency Realtors 551-553 Kearny Ave. Kearny 201-997-7860 www.RosaAgency.com Tel 201-438-9000 www.CRSsells.com Exit Golden Realty 148 Midland Ave. Kearny 201-997-4425 LET US SAVE YOU MONEY ON YOUR HOME & AUTO INSURANCE SECOND CHANCE-- This 4 bedroom Colonial on a lovely quiet dead end streetR A C on the market. 50x115 T is back T lot. Best E Rin C O N of potential. ASKING spot town. Lots UND 229 000. KEARNY - ARLINGTON SECTION - A LITTLE GETS YOU A LOT -Three bedroom Colonial with hardwoord floors. Natural trim. Two extra rooms on the third floor plus a drive and garage. 219 000. We have the key PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP SHOWS IN EVERY CORNERThis beautiful North Arlington 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. 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 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 MORE FOR LESS - This Kearny home ACT contains 4 bedrooms and 2 baths Natural wood CONTR E U Nand aR trim D driveway ASKING 199 000. 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. Arlington Real Estate Owned & Operated by the Capobianco family since 1924 201.991.0905 3 FAMILY This Kearny three family has separate gas utilities a finished basement and off street ACT CONTR R good value at only 349 900. parking. Very UNDE THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 26 2013 23 ASSAULT from 01 notified the Special Victims Unit. The arrest was the result of an investigation conducted by members of NAPD under the direction of Chief Louis Ghione and the county SVU. Grossy who reportedly is married is em- Photo courtesy BCPO Richard Grossy ployed by Tech Compaction Systems & Recycling Equipment Corp. of Jersey City authorities said. Molinelli states that these charges are merely accusations and that the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. Karen Zautyk Get CENTURY 21 Real Estate Mobile App.Visit http 87778. mobi c21 201-460-8000 201-991-1300 LYNDHURST OFFICE KEARNY OFFICE 761 Ridge Road Lyndhurst New Jersey email C21Semiao Century21.com C21Semiaokearny Century21.com To see all of our listings visit us at www.century21semiao.com Semiao & Associates 213 Kearny Ave Kearny New Jersey DON T MISS OUT THE MARKET IS HEATING UP Short Sale and Distressed Property Experts THINK YOU CAN T REFINANCE BECAUSE VALUES ARE DOWN THINK AGAIN STARTING MARCH 2012 HARP 2.0 a new program presented by the Federal Government allows homeowners to refinance regardless of the equity they currently have in their house (even if you are upside down ) Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have adopted changes to Home Affordable Refinance Program (HARP) and you may be eligible to take advantage of these changes. If your mortgage is either owned or guaranteed by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac you may be eligible to refinance your mortgage under the enhanced and expanded provisions of HARP. You can determine if your mortgage is owned by either Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac by checking the following websites For Fannie Mae www.fanniemae.com loanlookup For Freddie Mac www.freddiemac.com mymortgage ROB PEZZOLLA NMLS 266181 NORTH ARLINGTON NJ 07031 NORTH ARLINGTON CUSTOM BUILT 2001 3 BDRS 3 BTHS DECK & 2 CAR GARAGE 539 900 KEARNY 2 FAMILY BUILD IN 2005 6 BDRS 5 BTHS PAVER PATIO & 2 CAR GARAGE 550 000 KEARNY ONE OF A KIND CLASSIC TUDOR W TURIT 6 BDRS 4 BTHS & 2 BTHS OVERSIZED 2 CAR GARAGE W BTH & FULL WALK OUT FIN. BSMT. 769 000 NEW PRIC E ROB KEYPOINTMORTGAGE.COM 201-998-9050 Fax 201.820.0505 LYNDHURST COLONIAL 2 BDRS 1 BTHS S295 000 NEWER CONSTRUCTION GAS FIREPLACE 4 BDRS 2 BTHS & FIN. 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In lieu of flowers kindly consider a donation to the Nutley Volunteer Rescue Squad. Envelopes are available at the funeral home. THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 26 2013 25 To submit an obituary obituaries theobserver.com 18 at Clara Maass Hospital. She was 92. Born in Harrison she lived most of her life in Kearny. Arrangements were by the Armitage and Wiggins Funeral Home 596 Belgrove Dr. Kearny. A funeral Mass was held in St. Cecilia s Church followed by burial at Holy Cross Cemetery. To leave an online condolence please visit www.armitagewiggins.com. Dorothy was a member of the St. Cecilia Seniors Seniors Inc. and the Benstead Center all in Kearny. She had worked in retail sales at Kiddy Corner in Harrison. Wife of the late Ralph J. Vuolo Sr. she is survived by her daughter Janice McCarthy and her son Ralph J. Jr. along with many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her brothers Ralph and Mike Landi. In lieu of flowers kindly consider a memorial donation to St. Jude s Children s Hospital. fax 201-991-8941 Helen Dougher Helen Dougher (nee Trypuc) 85 of Harrison beloved wife of the late Thomas Dougher died on Friday June 21 surrounded by her loving family. Helen was one of four children born to Margaret and Casimir Trypuc. Funeral services were under the direction of the Mulligan Funeral Home 331 Cleveland Ave. Harrison. A funeral Mass was held at Holy Cross Church Harrison on Monday June 24. Her interment was in Holy Cross Cemetery North Arlington. For information or to send condolences to the family please visit www.mulliganfuneralhome.org. A lifelong resident of Harrison Helen worked for Western Electric South Kearny retiring many years ago. She was the beloved mother of Helen and her companion Arlene Thomas and his wife Elaine Joseph and his wife Diane and John. She is also survived by her loving grandchildren Thomas Amy Daniel John and Michelle. In lieu of flowers the family requests contributions be made in Helen s memory to the Grace Healthcare Services in care of the funeral home. John P. ( Pete ) Driscoll John P. Pete Driscoll of North Arlington passed away on June 18 at St. Michael s Hospital. He was 72. Arrangements were by the Armitage and Wiggins Funeral Home 596 Belgrove Dr. Kearny. A funeral service was held at the funeral home followed by private cremation. To leave an online condolence please visit www. armitagewiggins.com. Pete was a warehouse- man for Bryer Ice Cream in Queens. He is survived by his wife Jeanette (nee Whitman) his children Vicki Ann Myre (William) Lisa Marie Choynowski (Robert) and John P. Driscoll III. (Michelle) his brother James five grand and four great-grandchildren. In lieu of flowers kindly consider a donation to the ASPCA. Francis J. Mazza Francis J. Mazza 66 of Clifton formerly of Kearny passed away on June 16 at home. Arrangements were by the Armitage and Wiggins Funeral Home 596 Belgrove Dr. Kearny. A funeral Mass was held in St. Clare s Church in Clifton followed by burial at Holy Cross Cemetery. To leave an online condolence please visit www.armitagewiggins.com. Frank was a member of the 1962 championship St. Cecilia s basketball team. After college he returned to St. Cecilia s School where he taught at the high school for four years and coached soccer baseball and basketball. He also coached the Clifton Midget Basketball League. In addition to teaching Frank loved his work as a lumberjack in Virginia. He also worked in the insurance industry for Prudential. Frank also worked as a driver and dispatcher for Allied Building Products and was a Jersey Tractor Trailer driving instructor. Son of the late Francis and Gracie Mazza he is survived by his wife Lucille (nee Bozzelli) and his son James and his wife Kristen. Brother of the late George he is also survived by his sister-in-law Jeannie his nieces Leah and Hilda A. Stead Hilda A. Stead 85 of Hackettstown died June 19 at Morristown Memorial Hospital Morristown. Hilda was born in Newark on November 16 1927 to the late Antonio and Judith (Almeida) Gonsalves. Hilda was predeceased by her husband Thomas in 2005. Hilda lived in Hackettstown for 10 years after coming from Kearny. She was a parishioner of Our Lady Of The Mountain R.C. Church in Long Valley. She was employed by the Puerto Rico Marine Management Inc. in Port Elizabeth as a supervisor. She enjoyed gardening crocheting and knitting. She is survived by sons Dorothy Vuolo Robert and wife Marybeth Dorothy Vuolo (nee (Maciag) Stead and Timothy Landi) passed away on June and Rusty Stead sister Norma Rosa and grandchildren Tyler MARIO TEIXEIRA JR. 2542 DIRECTOR-MANAGER and Alison. Arrangements were by the Cochran Funeral Home 905 High St. Hackettstown. There will be a memorial Mass held on Tuesday June 25 at 10 30 a.m. at Our Lady Of The Mountain R.C. Church Long Valley. Interment will be in Holy Cross Cemetery North Arlington following the Mass. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to St. Jude Children s Research Hospital 501 St. Jude Place Memphis Tenn. 38105-1942. May 18 in Freeport Fla. Frank was born March 17 1941 to Leighton and Francis Van Wagner. After high school Frank joined the Navy and served eight years retiring as an aviation machinist. He went on to work as a truck driver for many years. He is predeceased by his father Leighton his mother Francis and two brothers Thomas and Gary Van Wagner. He is survived by his son Chris his wife Cindy of Freeport Fla. stepson Garren and stepdaughter Sandi daughter Dawn of Port Charlotte Fla. sister Cindy and her husband John of Lyndhurst nephew Gary of Lyndhurst and two granddaughters Samantha and Sayda of Port Charlotte Fla. Frank was an avid bowler and pool player and enjoyed all sports. He will be missed. A private service followed by cremation was held in Freeport Fla. Shaw-Buyus Home for Services 138 DAVIS AVE. KEARNY NJ 07032 Tel (201) 991-2265 Frank Van Wagner Frank Van Wagner of North Arlington passed away Monday by 10AM Deadline for obituary submissions is Thank you St. Jude for your amazing intercessions. You listen cared and provided for my family and I. I will never forget your name and will share it with everyone. F.P. 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 26 2013 The Observer is not responsible for typographical errors. Credit for errors will not be granted after the next week s publication. No changes or refunds. Deadline for classifieds is Monday by 4 00 PM. www.theobserver.com CLASSIFIEDS APARTMENTS FOR RENT KEARNY 1 Bedroom Apartment on Liberty Street. Hard-wood floor. HT HW Included. 925 Rent Plus 1 month Security. No Pets. For More Information Call (201)306-2994 KEARNY 1 bedroom apartment. Renovated building. Wood kitchen cabinets refrigerator stove ceramic tile floor hardwood floors throughout. Laundry on-site. No Pets. Near NYC transportation. 1-1 2 months security. Beech St. 875 utilities. (908)217-9047 KEARNY 1 bedroom apt. 3rd floor. Kitchen Living Room. Laundry Hardwood floors. Near transportation PATH & Park. No pets smoking. 825 plus Utilities. Security. Available July 1st (201)362-5028 or (201)997-4257 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 or 2 bedroom Modern kitchen. washer dryer hook-up and storage area in basement. 1200 mo. Utilities separate. 1-1 2 months security required. Available August 1 no pets and 1st floor. (201)736-1223. KEARNY 1ST FLOOR 2 bedrooms. kitchen LR. Heat included. 1000 month 1-1 2 Months security. Available Now. Call (407)535-6229 KEARNY 1st floor. 2 bedrooms L R D R Kitchen. 1 month security plus utilities. 1 300. No Pets. Smoke-free environment. New Hardwood Floors. Available Aug 1st Call (201)628-4670 showing by appt. only To place an ad call 201-991-1600 classified theobserver.com APARTMENTS FOR RENT BELLEVILLE 475 Washington Ave. 2 apartments available 1 bedroom LR kichen. 900 & 800 HT HW included. (201)961-5936 (973)465-0166 HOUSE FOR SALE Nice 3 Bedroom 2 baths apartment in Arlington section of Kearny. Available in July. Rent 1900 Call (973)722-6397 Modern office storefront for rent. 650. Heat included. (973)960-3531 (201)991-2806 SPACE FOR RENT APARTMENTS FOR RENT KEARNY 2 bedrooms 2nd floor near school and transportation utilities not included 1 month security available July 1st. (201)991-0527 (973)368-7601 (862)368-5873 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 Bedrooms. 2nd floor. Kitchen D R L R. Hardwood floors. 1000 month. Available July 1st. (973)563-6622 ask for Simon KEARNY 2nd floor 1 bedroom tile bath refrigerator kitchen Living-Room hardwood floors laundry.No Pets Smoking. Walk to PATH public transportation & parks. 825 month 1 month security utilities. Available 7 1 (201)362-5028 or (201)997-4257 KEARNY 2nd floor 2 bedrooms 1200 mon 1 month security. Pay own utilities. Available July 1st. (201)522-3082 KEARNY 3 Bedroom Apt 1300. 1 month security Available Immediately. Call (201)622-8315 KEARNY 3 bedroom apt. 1st floor. EIK LR. Central Air. 1250 mo 1-1 2 months security. Hardwood floors. W D hook-up. Yard Basement storage. No pets. Available immed. Close to NYC transportation. Good credit required. Call between the hrs. of 6AM-3PM M-F (201)998-8226 for appt. APARTMENTS FOR RENT KEARNY 3 Bedroom apt. 1st floor. No Pets. 1200 month 1 month security utilities. Available Now. (973)979-1383 KEARNY 3 LG ROOMS (ONE BEDROOM) AT BELGROVE APTS. 935 INCLUDING HEAT HOT WATER. LAUNDRY ROOM. NO PETS. (973)493-7868 KEARNY 3 ROOMS (ONE BEDROOM) ON FOURTH FLOOR 12 GRANT AVENUE. 810 PLUS UTILITIES. LAUNDRY ROOM NO PETS (973)493-7868 KEARNY 3 rooms one bedroom. 850 & 900 m. HT HW included. 1-1 2 months security. Call Super between 11am-8pm (201)998-9006 KEARNY 4 rooms Ceramic Tile Kitchen bath hardwood floors garage. 1-1 2 months. 1300 mo. Laundry Available. Separate utilities. July 1st. (908)432.3162 KEARNY 5 large rooms eat-in kitchen. 3rd floor. 1075 month 1 month security utilities. Available August 1st. No pets. (201)259-9862 KEARNY Arlington area. 5 rooms 1 bath 1-1 2 months security. 1200 utilities. No pets. (201)213-1871 KEARNY Arlington Section 1 bedroom apt. Close to all transportation NY Bus supermarket and school. Available July 1st. (201)283-4958 KEARNY Arlington Section beautiful 3rd floor 1 bedroom apt. EIK LR lots of closets Convenient for shopping & transportation. Available Now. No pets. Utilities separate. 1 month security. 775 month (201)889-2657 APARTMENTS FOR RENT KEARNY Modern 3 room apt. 900. HT HW Included. 1-1 2 months security. No pets. Available August 1st. (973)960-3531 (201)991-2806 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 APARTMENTS FOR RENT HARRISON LR kitchen bath 4 Bedrooms 2 extra small rooms. 1-1 2 month security. No pets. No smoking. Available July 1st. Se habla espa ol & English (973)485-9464 HARRISON Newly Renovated Apt. for rent. 1Bedroom 1Bath LV EIK no pets. 950 Utilities 1 1 2 months security. Call 201-406-1924. HARRISON(E.NEWARK) 3rd floor modern apt. 4 rooms 2 bedrooms. 950 plus utilities. No pets. One month security. Available August 1st. References required. Smoke-free (973)485-5323 HARRISON- 2 bedrooms Big LR Kitchen Bathroom Balcony. Newly painted. 3rd. floor. Available July 1st. (201)803-9148 APARTMENTS FOR RENT KEARNY KEARNY 2 family 2nd floor. Why rent when you can own Six Family House in HARRISON & KEARNY great income. Near major intersections. Asking 799 000. Owner will finance. Linda (407)535-6229 Bloomfied area. 1 Family house for rent. 3 bedrooms LR DR Kitchen semi finished basement. Wood burning stove fire place Fenced in yard with driveway. Washer dryer included 1850 Uitlities. 973-489-7002 HOUSE FOR RENT w 3BRs including (1 big master bedroom) 2 full baths large kitchen with granite floors diswasher D R large L R attic laundry room central A C Heat. Private Parking 1 650 utilities 1 month security. Close to PATH park school & Major Highways. Avail. Sept. 1st. No Pets. Call (201)955-1093 Cell (201)469-7704 HALL FOR RENT Party Hall Rental Affordable A C Nice Setting 201-889-6677 201-572-1839 BUILDING FOR RENT LYNDHURST Commercial Building 2400 sq.ft. 1795 month. (973)227-1851 or (973)760-4877. Commercial Space for small business medical office attorney office or other small business. 564 Union Ave. 1750sq.ft.(5 offices kitchen reception & waiting area) Call (973)202-8580 SPACE FOR RENT KEARNY 2 BR 2nd floor LR DR kitchen and bath 2 half rooms sunporch. 1250 month utilities separate Available now (201)726-2397 KEARNY 3rd floor. 3 rooms. No pets. One month security. Available Now (201)955-3064 after 4pm KEARNY (Arlington). Large 7 room 3BR(plus sunroom) 2nd floor apt oversized LR&DR remodeled EIK hardwood floors high ceilings quiet street. No pets. No fee. 1375 month. 201-723-0321. KEARNY 1 bedroom apartment 2nd floor HT HW included Utilities. Available July 1st (201)998-4060 call for appointment. KEARNY- 2 1 2 BRs LR large kitchen. 1200 month 1 months deposit. Lots of storage & laundry room. No pets. Available today. (201)914-4697 KEARNY3 bedrooms LR DR kitchen. Two family house. 1-1 2 months security. No pets. Available July 1st. (973)342-6848 KEARNY Beautifully redone 3 bedroom apartment. Arlington section. New Kitchen New Bathroom. 1 car garage. Must see wont last. 1650 plus 1-1 2 months security (908)227-8747 CONSECUTIVELY E.NEWARK E.NEWARK 5 smaller Rooms (Railroad Style) recently renovated. No pets. 800 month utilities 1 month security call mike (201)939-1831 E.NEWARK 4 rooms. No Smoking No pets. Separate utilities. 800 month One month security. (973)485-9041 SPECIAL MUST RUN THREE & FOUR WEEKS BELLEVILLE HARRISON HARRISON 2 bedroom apt. 3 family home. updated kitchen Central AC quiet neighborhood. Close to PATH. 1 month security. No Pets. Available August 1st. (973)483-2976 or (973)868-2078. HARRISON 1 bedroom apt. Clean quiet and comfortable. W fridge. No pets. Lease & security. 775 plus utilities. (862)223-9974 LYNDHURST LYNDHURST 1 bedroom 1200 3 bedroom 1650. Section 8 OK. (973)227-1851 (973)760-4877. APARTMENTS FOR RENT APARTMENTS FOR RENT POLICY NO REFUNDS or CHANGES with CLASSIFIED ADS Please note there will be a There are APARTMENTS FOR RENT APARTMENTS FOR RENT PROCESSING FEE if changes need to be made for running specials 10.00 There will be a 10.00 processing fee when Cancelling an ad before it is published for the first time. 10 processing fee if changes need to be made for running specials KEARNY Arlington Section. 1 bedroom 800 security Heat & Hot water included. (908)696-1866 KEARNY Large 1 bedroom apt. New w w carpeting. 1000 HT HW supplied. Roosevelt School District. Close to NYC transportation. Laundry on premises. No pets. 1-1 2 months security. Available August 1st. (732)735-9055 BELLEVILLE 1 bedroom Apt. in Quiet Complex access to pool gym Balcony secured parking 1400 month. Heat Gas included. Call 908-553-7194 BELLEVILLE 1 bedroom. Available 7 1. Utilities separate. No smoking. No pets. 1-1 2 months security. Please leave message (973)202-1919 BELLEVILLE 4 rooms 2 bedrooms Near shops & transportation. No pets. No smoking. We speak spanish. Available Now (973)450-0509 BELLEVILLE 4 rooms Heat and parking included. No Pets. Good neighborhood. Available now. (201)998-2100. Se habla espa ol. BELLEVILLE Newly renovated 3 bedrooms LR kitchen bathroom 1 walk-in closet 1 parking space Available now. (973)698-0422 BELLEVILLE Updated 2nd floor Apartment. 2 Bedrooms Kitchen LR DR Plus Extra Room with Many Posibilities. (973)986-7848 If No Answer Leave Message Available now. or LYNDHURST 1 bedroom(large) LV. ceramic tile EIk 1100 all utilities included no pets please Available July 1st call 201-939-3732 LYNDHURST 2 bedroom. 2nd floor. Hardwood & ceramic floors. Hook up for washer dryer. Parking. Good location 1 month security. (201)372-0956 LYNDHURST 2nd floor. 2 Bedrooms LR DR Bath & Kitchen. Utilities Not Included. (201)640-2592 LYNDHURST 3 Modern Rooms No Pets. Close To All Transportation. 900 Month Utilities. 1-1 2 Months Security. Available July 1st. (201)933-3984 LYNDHURST AC DW large rooms trans NYC. Parking wall-to-wall carpeting. Laundry room. No pets. 1400 utilities (973)830-9925 HARRISON 1 bedroom in 1st floor laundry facilities & ample parking space. 3 bedroom apartment LR. EIK hardwood Floors 1 bath close to schools & Transportation. Available now. (973)714-2368. HARRISON 2 bedroom apt. on Harrison Ave. 3rd floor. 1200 month. Separate utilities. Available August 1st. (862)400-2841 HARRISON 2 Bedroom apt. Utilities not included. 1 month security. 975 month. (973)992-3580 HARRISON 2 bedrooms LR DR EIK 1050 month. 1-1 2 months security. No Pets. Separate utilities. (973)380-9007 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 26 2013 The Observer is not responsible for typographical errors. Credit for errors will not be granted after the next week s publication. No changes or refunds. Deadline for classifieds is Monday by 4 00 PM. www.theobserver.com CLASSIFIEDS HARRISON Room For Rent for 1 person. Private Entrance Cable included. 415 month 1 month security. No smoking. No Drinking. (973)489-6668 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 KEARNY Room for rent. Female preferred. Utilities cable & internet included. One block to Davis Ave. & Kearny Ave. Bus stop. Private entrance. 450 month. 1 month security. Available July 1st. (908)343-7728 Se habla espa ol. KEARNY Room for rent. No cooking. No smoking. Hablamos espa ol. (201)424-7465 KEARNY Room for rent. Private entrance. Share kitchen and bath. 380 month. 1 month security. (201)772-7533 (973)953-5936 KEARNY Room for working female preferred. Share kitchen and bathroom. No smoking. Utilities included. 500 month security. (201)997-3047 Nutley Large furnished room for working gentleman. 130 week. (973)667-6953 27 To place an ad call 201-991-1600 classified theobserver.com HANDYMAN Interior Exterior new & repairs. All types of Carpentry.Reasonable rates quality work reliable experienced. 13VH06620900 APARTMENTS FOR RENT N. ARLINGTON N. Arlington 2nd Floor 3 bedrooms Hard Wood Floors No pets. 1500.month 1 1 2 month security Utilities. Washer Dryer hook up in basement. Available August 1st. Leave message. 551-655-6592 N.ARLINGTON 1 & 2 bedroom garden apts. HT HW & parking included. No pets. 1-1 2 months security. (201)342-2206 N.ARLINGTON 2 family house 2nd floor 2 bedrooms LR DR kitchen. Laundry. Space for storage. Washer dryer hook-up 1300. Separate utilities. Available now. (201)668-4743 N.ARLINGTON 5 renovated rooms w computer room. Central air. No pets. 1400 month plus utilities. 1-1 2 months security. Available August 1st. (201)997-3348 N.ARLINGTON Brand new apt central air. 3 bedrooms. Separate utilities. Near transportation. (201)997-0009 APARTMENTS FOR RENT NUTLEY NUTLEYLarge 1 Bedroom apartment 2nd Floor private house 1250 Utilities No pets. Call Steve 201-341-7825. ROOM FOR RENT NEWARK NEWARK 2-3 Bedroom Apartment. 1st & 3rd floor. Formal LR DR & EIK pantry. 1st floor 900. 3rd floor 800 1 Month Security. Close To Transportation. No Pets. Access to backyard. (973)517-6544 A Family owned auto body facility with a loyal customer base seeks a Full time qualified bodyman. 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We Accept Visa Mastercard (201)998-1262 ANDRIELLO CLEANOUTS EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT FT PT STEWARTS ROOT BEER Restaurant Now Hiring Servers Waiters & Waitresses Apply at Stewartsfood.com Part time Insurance Biller Office work. Must speak Spanish. (201)998-6231 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 Cooling Heating Residential Service & Installation. Commercial Residentail repair. Walk-in boxes. Call Premier 201-927-1134. TUTORING MATH TUTOR Retired Math Teacher available for tutoring. Call for appointment (201)935-3645 Reading Tutor Special Education Teacher available for tutoring. Trained in the Wilson Fundations Reading Program. 973-769-2920 or TinaLeidl gmail.com Tutoring High School College Math Chemistry Biology Anatomy & Physiology Microbiology Spanish English (ESL & Conversational English) Call 201-889-2743 for more infomation. ADVERTISING SALES REPRESENTATIVE WANTED The Observer has an opening for an aggressive energetic self-starter to sell newspaper advertising. Duties include Servicing existing accounts calling inactive accounts and generating new business while creating working relationships. Family owned and operated 126 years. Team oriented environment. We will train the right candidate. High Commission Must have transportation. Full Time Position available for roofing installers w min. of 5 years experience for all types of roofing work. Call (973)481-9319 HOME IMPROVEMENT HOME IMPROVEMENT We use E-Verify 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. RED STAR Yards Garages Basements Attics Real Estate Rubbish Removal Demolition Lic.13VH04443200 (201)874-1577 (201)600-9959 EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT (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. 2 Brothers from New Jersey Home Improvement Specialist Kitchen Bathrooms Wood-Tile - Vinyl Flooring Crown Moldings Painting & much more Call Bill Nichirico-Owner and Master Carpenter 2brotherinlawsfromnj gmail.com (973)803-6524 or (973)803-6526 Licensed and Insured Lic 0400462204 Free Estimates Also Cleanouts Some ads may be misleading We ask all readers to use their good judgment when responding to these type of ads in which they ask you for a fee. MASONRY MASONRY ALL CONCRETE WORK REPAIRS OR NEW SINCE 72 WEATHERSHIELD Cell (973)760-4877 (800)339-8802 WE FIX WINDOWS WINDOWS WINDOWS EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT Fax resume to 201-991-8941 or E-mail jobs theobserver.com PLEASE NO PHONE CALLS 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. SIDEWALKS PATIOS DRIVEWAYS RETAINING WALLS STEPS SERVICES OFFERED SERVICES OFFERED BRICK PAVER DESIGNS SANTOS CONSTRUCTION CO. FREE ESTIMATES. Family Owned For Over 30 Years Fully Insured and Licensed Call Our Office 973-589-2712 LET US SHOW YOU OUR WORK Cut Your Mortgage In Half Maintain Your Current LifeStyle (201)805-4999 Free Call 28 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 26 2013 The Observer is not responsible for typographical errors. Credit for errors will not be granted after the next week s publication. No changes or refunds. Deadline for classifieds is Monday by 4 00 PM. www.theobserver.com CLASSIFIEDS GUTTERS D. FITZGERALD Seamless Gutters Installed. Gutters Cleaned We-R- Also Dennies Painting & Roofing Slate Roofs repaired. 1(800)479-3262 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. To place an ad call 201-991-1600 classified theobserver.com CLEANING SERVICES Annies Cleaning Service Homes offices. Move in-out cleaning. Gift Certificates Avail. Excellent references 973-667-6739 862-210-0681 HOME IMPROVEMENT Roofing Siding Windows Doors Decks Painting Tiles & Masonry Sheet Rock All types of Carpentry Lic. 13VH02536200 Free Estimates 20% Senior Citizen Discounts PLUMBING GARAGE & YARD SALE Yard Sale N. Arlington. Sunday July 7 14 & 21. Antigue Tools Collectibles Bedroom set. Call for details 201-955-1999. Yard Sale this Saturday 6 29 9am. Lots of Home Goods. 113 Pleasant place Kearny. Beautiful White English Bulldog Puppy for sale 12 weeks old. Vet Papers shots up to date. Call 973-454-3512. or kcc0313 gmail.com G & R Builders Will clean houses apartment offices. References Couple from Poland (201)206-4845 JOSEPH V. FERRIERO (201)893-0656 201-997-4932 leave message WANTED TO BUY Estates Bought & Sold Fine Furniture Antiques Accessories Gold & Silver. 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 Plumbing & Heating Kitchen and bath remodeling. Carpentry. Fully Ins. Free Est. Lic 165 (201)637-1775 Parking Available in Elizabeth NJ for tracktors stray trucks & dump trucks. (973)620-0073 Ask for J.C. PETS Lyndhurst student wins state speaking contest Lyndhurst High School sophomore Diana Shinnick captured first place for the second year in a row in the Future Business Leaders of America Impromptu Speaking state competition in New Brunswick. Shinnick who outpaced more than 60 students who participated in the event will represent New Jersey at the national competition in Anaheim Calif. in June where she ll be matched up against about 100 students. As a freshman she placed first in FBLA s Public Speaking State competition and went on to represent New Jersey in the FBLA National Competitions in San Antonio Texas. For the state competition the competitors were each assigned a topic for a speech which had to include an introduction three supporting arguments and a conclusion. Each student was given only 10 minutes to prepare the speech which had to be at least five minutes in length. In the preliminary round students were asked What effects do social media have on marketing Only nine students advanced to the second and final round. The question these finalists had to address was Why do companies participate in community service projects In the national competition entrants will be contesting for a scholarship ranging from hundreds to thousands of dollars. Shinnick also recently won second place in the American Scholastic Press Association s annual competition for her position as business manager for the school s newspaper The Lighthouse. PARKING SPACE Cash Paid (201)920-8875 MASONRY REMODELING SPECIALIST FULLY INS. & LIC. J&L ATWELL (201)998-6236 JOE COOLS POOLS Services No Job Too Small Liner Replacements Pool Openings & Closings Installations & Maintenance 551-200-3158 G&T Mason Contract Stonewall Bluestone Patio Sidewalk Brick Steps Covered Patio Black Top 35 years experience Free Estimates 10% discount PAINTING & DECORATING AN AMERICAN PAINTER (973)803-0556 35 years experience Serving Kearny N.Arlington Lyndhurst Rutherford All Types Of Work Foundation Brick Work Basements Big or Small Jobs VIDREIRO MASONRY SON & SONS LLC Affordable Pricing For Breaking Removing & Replacing Sidewalks Driveways Pavers Walkways Steps Brick & Patios. Fully Insured For A Free Estimate Call Oscar At Exterior & Interior Powerwashing & Housecleaning Decks & Siding Refinished FREE Estimates Senior Discounts William J. McGuire (201)955-2520 25 years experience Twin Electric Quality Work. Good affordable prices. Senior discounts. Fully Insured. Bonded. 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Yard sale 314 William St. Harrison clothes shoes pants toys bags & more. Saturday Sunday 9am-3pm. 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 PAVING PAVING 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. 201.991.1600 Diana Shinnick proudly displays her award. GARAGE & YARD SALE To place a classified ad please call THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 26 2013 29 Highlights from the Nutley Police blotter June 20 A Washington Ave. business owner called police at 1 16 p.m. to report the disppearance of 500 worth of scrap metal from the fenced-in yard on the property. Detectives are investigating. Patrol units stopped a vehicle that made a wide left hand turn from River Road onto Park Ave. bound for Rt. 21 at 1 55 a.m. after noticing that the vehicle had damage to its front passenger side tire and was driving on the rim. After being administered field sobriety tests the driver Jacklyn Sierra 23 of Maywood was charged with DWI and was issued three motor vehicle summonses. June 19 The owner of a vehicle parked on Franklin Ave. called police at 3 08 p.m. to report that while she was doing laundry someone removed her purse along with credit cards license and bank information from the vehicle. Detectives are pursuing some leads arising from the incident police said. June 17 At 1 50 p.m. police were called to a Whitford Ave. residence where the owner told police that upon arriving home they found the front door forced open and the master bedroom ransacked. Investigating police said they found the master bedroom drawers had been opened and rummaged through. The owner told police several items valued at more than 20 000 had been taken. An investigation is proceeding. At 10 18 a.m. police responded to a Lloyd Court residence on a report of an attempted burglary. The victim told police they found their kitchen window was cracked the window screen damaged and the ladder to the fire escape lowered. June 16 At 9 33 a.m. a Prospect St. resident called police to report that someone had broken into a chicken coop on their property. Police said they noticed that the coop s front door appeared to have pulled open causing the lock to break and that the rear door also appeared to have been ripped open. Nothing was listed as missing however police said. The manager of a Centre St. eatery called police at 12 45 a.m. to report they d been receiving prank calls for food orders from the same phone number. Police arranged for the phone company to block that number from calling the eatery. June 15 The owner of a truck parked on Bloomfield Ave. called police at 2 03 p.m. to report that someone had removed a Red Max backpack blower and an Echo line trimmer from the truck s flatbed. The missing items were valued at about 800 police said. A Washington Ave. tenant called police at 3 21 p.m. to report a burglary. The tenant told police that after returning home they discovered that someone had removed a 42-inch flat screen TV cash an Xbox 360 game system and other items. Police said it appeared that the thief entered through an open window in the rear of the building. Detectives are investigating. At 8 46 a.m. police received a report of criminal mischief to a vehicle. The owner told police someone had broken off the driver s side mirror of their car which had been parked in Municipal Lot 3 during the night. Ron Leir Do you have room in your heart for Lana Lana (ID 88896) a 1-3-year-old female domestic short hair cat waits for the perfect loving family to adopt her at the Bergen County Animal Shelter 100 United Lane Teterboro. Friendly Lana may take some time to warm up to you but once she does she really enjoys being pet and held. For more information call 201-229-4600. Hours for adoption are 1 to 5 p.m. every day except Monday including weekends. The shelter is 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 towns also have I VE NEVER UNDERSTOOD WHY MY HUMAN WON T LEAVE THE HOUSE WITHOUT HER LEASH. I THINK SHE S AFRAlD OF GETTING LOST. BUT IT S OK I KIND OF LIKE SHOWING HER AROUND. -- HARPER adopted 08-18-09 a Patch website where the shelter s animals are featured. The shelter also has a Facebook page. Please visit and like the Bergen County Animal Shelter. 30 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JUNE 26 2013 RIVERSIDE from 03 the Public Library to learn more about the project. One longtime observer of athletic events held at the park noted that Tropical Storm Irene in August 2011 and Sandy in October 2012 caused massive flooding of the area and the storms brought up a lot of debris onto the fields. Also for the last several years the old playing fields were compromised by goose droppings. The geese don t like artificial turf surfaces so the new turf fields should be safer and easier to play on he said. Having lights at the fields will mean that for the first time games can be played at night which should allow softball leagues to extend their seasons possibly into October the observer said. North Arlington High School Athletic Director Dave Hutchinson couldn t be reached at press time but Ed Abromaitis athletic director for Queen of Peace High School in North Arlington said the school will probably use the multi-purpose field for boys and girls soccer in the fall as soon as [the county] gives us the okay. We hope to use one of their softball fields as well. We don t know yet whether we ll use the multipurpose field for football Abromaitis said. The interscholastic league constitution governing gridiron play for Queen of Peace calls for a shelter locker room facility for the two opposing teams to be provided and it appears that condition will be satisfied by the county. Queen of Peace has been playing its home football games at Harrison High School s field. Based on what Abromaitis has heard the county will be collecting a flat fee of 150 for either a football or soccer practice or a game or 225 for a night game. We re hoping to rent but naturally if you practiceevery day [Monday to Friday] you re looking at like 800. We can t afford that. Using the facility for nine home games in a 16game season schedule might be acceptable but the fee for officials would also have to be factored in he said. For baseball Abromaitis said we re hoping to use Breslin Field in Lyndhurst. At Breslin Field the county has installed a new turf baseball diamond with new lighting along with two prefab concrete buildings one at the field that s two levels with a press box upstairs and concessions and bathrooms below the other outside the right field area which contains bathrooms. Both are elevated out of the flood zone Kistner said. Turco Golf of Washington Township in Warren County was the low bidder on the job with a price of 2.4 million. THEME INDEPENDENCE DAY ACROSS 1. Abraham originally 6. Bag in Paris 9. The complete duration of something 13. Quickly fry 14. Lennon s wife 15. Welsh dog breed 16. 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Sully 7. Mandela s organization 8. Beaver-like South American rodent 9. Family room staple 10. Poking instrument 11. Fit of shivering 12. Not a thing 15. ______ of milk 20. Give permission 22. Campfire leftover 24. Like a dune buggy 25. Symbolic of states 26. Bert s roommate 27. Take over in a way 29. Aphrodite s son 31. Three on sloth 32. Excavate 33. Basketry stick 34. Canvas prep 36. Like a bow string 38. Old Glory 42. Disconsolate 45. ______ salad 49. Ross did this well 51. Gym rat s garb 54. Daughter of a sibling 56. In accordance with law 57. One of no words 58. Battery fluid 59. Apple s apple e.g. 60. Be furious 61. It s often crunched 62. Done 63. Insignificant 64. Golfer s goal 66. I wish I ___ I wish I might... 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