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July 3 2013 www.theobserver.com Vol CXXVI No. 6 HAPPY 4TH OF JULY COVERING BELLEVILLE BLOOMFIELD EAST NEWARK HARRISON KEARNY LYNDHURST NORTH ARLINGTON NUTLEY 5K run to boost KHS clubs By Ron Leir Observer Correspondent KEARNY Kearny High School is marshaling all its resources for a blockbuster event to coincide with the start of the fall term. It s billed as the first annual Kearny 5K Charity Run Walk open to students and the public slated for Saturday Sept. 7 three days after classes resume for the beginning of the 2013-2014 school year. Proceeds from the run will go to benefit the extra-curricular programs at Kearny High School according to a fact sheet provided Mayor Alberto Santos and the Town Council last week. Those extra-curricular programs in which an estimated one of every five KHS s approximately 1 700 students participate receive no money from the Board of Education nor for the most part do faculty and or parental advisors who serve as volunteers said KHS Vice Principal John Millar who oversees athletics activities. Students and parents organize periodic canning and other types of fundraising on nights and weekends to support the extra-curriculars Millar said. With the run he added KHS is putting a program in place so that students and parents spend less time on fundraising see 5K RUN page Full speed ahead for KFD KEARNY By Karen Zautyk Observer Correspondent Photos by Karen Zautyk From left Capt. Dennis Hyde Capt. Mike Livolsi Capt. Joseph Mastandrea and Firefighters Dave Auerbach and Jed Schappert he other afternoon driving past the Kearny Fire Department headquarters on Midland Ave. we saw parked outside a large army troop truck complete with camouflage. What s that for we asked. And a friend answered Maybe they re getting ready for an attack. After having also seen Marine 3 the latest addition to the KFD firefighting arsenal we wondered. It s a sleek swift turbo-charged vessel with a landing-craft portal that reminds one of the Higgins Boats that poured soldiers onto the beaches of Normandy on D-Day. It even has a gun on the bow. But not to worry. This gun shoots onlywater at a rate of 1 250 gallons per minute. It see FIREBOAT page T 08 Mold disables Silver Lake firehouse BELLEVILLE The township s Silver Lake Firehouse on Franklin St. has been shuttered as an unsafe structure. Councilman Michael Nicosia said the building was declared a health hazard after the discovery that it s been infested with mold apparently the result of a persistently leaky roof. We ve tried to patch it but the moisture built up to the point where mold developed Nicosia said. Fire Capt. Scott Wentworth said the township is in the process of having an engineering study done to determine how much of the problem is structural and whether the building can be rehabilitated. Since the firehouse s closure several weeks ago its engine company three firefighters per shift has been relocated about a mile away to Fire Headquarters at 275 Franklin Ave. Wentworth said. From that location he said the company continues to respond to fires in the Silver Lake district. There are also building code issues associated with the Silver Lake Firehouse Nicosia noted. The [pumper] truck barely fits in the firehouse we probably need new steps up to the second floor quarters and we probably have to relocate the kitchen he said. see FIREHOUSE page 201-991-1300 KEARNY OFFICE 213 Kearny Ave Kearny New Jersey C21Semiaokearny Century21.com 30 201-460-8000 LYNDHURST OFFICE Semiao & Associates www.Century21Semiao.com 761 Ridge Road Lyndhurst New Jersey Get CENTURY 21 Real Estate Mobile App. Visit http 87778.mobi c21 11 C21Semiao Century21.com TO SEECENTURY 21 HAS GONE MOBILE OUR AD THIS WEEK PLEASE TURN TO PAGE 24 23 02 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 3 2013 10 straight years as Elks lodge leader By Ron Leir Observer Correspondent West Hudson Publishing Company s Fastest Growing Free Weekly Newspaper Established 1887 Family Owned & Operated HARRISON e s probably the smallest guy in the outfit but his buddies as much as they may kid him acknowledge that he s got a huge heart. And that s probably why they ve chosen Larry Bennett as exalted ruler of the Harrison East Newark Elks Lodge 2326 each year for the past decade a significant milestone in the annals of the organization. Ten years is a record for the Elks North Central District Bennett noted. The district encompasses lodges in Harrison East Newark Kearny North Arlington Lyndhurst Belleville Newark Bloomfield Cedar Grove Orange West Orange and South Orange. He s going to keep doing it till he gets it right quipped 35-year lodge member Larry Park a trustee and past exalted ruler. Among the 117 lodges around the state Bennett ranks No. 2 in consecutive years of service in the top spot. Another guy has 12 years he said. Ironically compared to Park and some other longtime lodge brothers Bennett who also serves the community as a member of the Town Council and Housing Authority Board of Commissioners might be considered a rookie having come aboard in 2000. Rich Rykowski and James Geddes both past exalted rulers and trustees approached me and asked me to help the Elks reorganize Bennett said. Membership was slipping and the lodge was becoming stagnant it needed a big push. We put together a team and it just H Mary Tortoreti President Robert Pezzolla General Manager XXXXXXXXX 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 Trustee Larry Park (l.) 20-year lodge member John Lednovich (c.) and Exalted Ruler Larry Bennett display an archival photo of the Jolly Corks a group of unemployed New York actors who were the progenitors for today s Elks. 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 took off. Now a largely blue collar membership exceeds 350 including retirees now living in Florida but also others coming in from Kearny North Arlington and Lyndhurst and the lodge collecting per-member dues of 42 a year has a healthy treasury. And all are involved in one way or another Bennett said with the Elks charitable efforts in West Hudson and supporting Elks-sponsored project around the state. Perhaps the biggest of those endeavors is the New Jersey State Elks Association s Camp Moore for disabled children which operates in Haskell a rural part of Passaic County. Six-hundred kids go every year Bennett said. It costs 900 000 a year to run the camp. To send a kid to camp for one week it costs 500 and that cost is underwritten by individual Elks lodges fundraising activities. We send four to six kids each year Bennett said. Veterans are another focusgroup for the Elks. Lodge members sponsor picnics holiday visitations and clothing drives for ex-servicemen and servicewomen at V.A. hospitals in East Orange and Lyons. We also take a group of those veterans to Bears Stadium in Newark for a [baseball] game during the summer Bennett said. The Elks also pitch in to help with financial support for Camp Fatima of New Jersey a non-profit non-sectarian summer camp for developmentally disabled youngsters and adults based in Lebanon in Hunterdon County. Other beneficiaries of the Elks largesse include a host of local organizations Harrison Cancer League Harrison Little League Harrison Pop Warner and High School Football Harrison Travel Baseball Harrison Cheerleaders Lady Blue Thistle Soccer Team Harrison Girl Scouts Harrison Lions Club gala PBA Torch Run East Newark Volunteer Fire Department (new equipment) and college scholarships cosponsored by the PTOs. But the lodge also helps in other ways. For example Bennett said When Sandy hit we had food for the workers who were dealing with the flooding. We sent trays of food to the Senior Center for people evacuated from their homes. If a person has cancer and needs help paying bills we help. In the past year we raised money for a family who couldn t afford to pay for their son s burial. All the money we raise here goes to charitable causes Bennett said. And we re all volunteers here no one gets paid. And this needs to continue because a lot of fraternal orders today are folding up. In a sense we re really the center of this community. The lodge meets the second and fourth Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at its hall 406-408 Harrison Ave. New members are welcome. five day weather forecast Wednesday July 3 Thursday July 4 Friday July 5 Saturday July 6 Sunday July7 Inside Editorial .............................06 Around Town ....................13 Real Estate ........................22 87 89 89 89 89 Scattered T-Storms Scattered T-Storms Isolated T-Storms Partly Cloudy Isolated T-Storms Obits ...................................25 Classifieds .........................26 Business Directory .... 30 31 Check back here for Upcoming Promos THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 3 2013 03 Relief in sight for land-locked residents By Ron Leir Observer Correspondent BELLEVILLE t may be hard to believe now but working farms once prevailed over a chunk of Belleville s Second Ward including the area behind the old SoHo hospital building at Franklin and Belleville Aves. Dee Hank a 40-year township resident says the building on Carpenter St. she has occupied since 1960 was the last parcel of former farmland to be filled in by residential development between 1944 and 1947. Altogether she said there were 24 four-family buildings for a total of 96 dwelling units. Buyers typically acquired one or more of those buildings part of which they d occupy and partly rent out. Carpenter St. then was just a country road said Hank who has researched the area s history. Back in 1947 there were no cars so the builder didn t provide parking. In those days most people living I there worked in the old [Essex County] Isolation Hospital Hank added so they had an easy walk to their jobs. But things began to change after the hospital having gone through permutations as a polio treatment center and geriatrics facility was occupied by the Garden State Cancer Research clinic which took over four floors in the hospital s east wing but ultimately defaulted on a 5 million loan from the Essex County Improvement Authority and vacated the building in July 2011 leaving it open to trespassers who vandalized the property. By that time Hank said many of the folks who d been living in the Carpenter St. Photos by Ron Leir apartment cluster had retired Clockwise from top Parking restrictions on Carpenter St. and on tightlyfrom their hospital jobs or moved or died and the people packed cul de sacs -- like the one resident Jose Fernandez striped -- prompted resident Dee Hank to push for relief by getting the county to widen the street. who took over those apartments tended to have multiple cars. And for the past 10 years or so parking on Carpenter St. a 20-foot-wide one-way block or on two small circles with spaces earmarked for own- ers tenants started becoming problematic said Hank a retiree from Prudential Ins. Co. who commuted to work by bus for 25 years. At any rate each of the circles can accommodate 13 to 14 cars hardly enough to satisfy the demand she said. By 8 o clock at night every inch of available space is taken Hank said. We ve got people parking on the side streets Berkeley Smallwood [Aves.] wherever they can find a space and then hoofing it back here. A lot of the women are scared about having to walk alone at night. It s bad news. One of Hank s neighbors Jose Hernandez a self-employed plumber who moved here from Newark s North Ward in 1994 said We ve lost see PARKING page 22 Real Estate Presented by Jarlynn Hyde Broker Owner Let s Talk Single-family home buyers looking to make large purchases should familiarize themselves with so-called jumbo loans. These loans exceed the limits set by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac for conventional conforming loans. Because jumbo loans are larger than the average price of a home and carry more risk lenders offering jumbo loans are likely to charge a higher interest rate and more closely scrutinize the finances of those seeking mortgages that exceed 417 000 (the conforming loan limit in most parts of the country). Thus buyers applying for jumbo loans should be prepared for most lenders to re- BIG DEAL FOR BUYERS quire a minimum 720 FICO score. A minimum down payment of 20 percent is also most often required for jumbo financing. Looking to buy a larger more luxurious home A jumbo loan may be just right for you. For more information or to schedule an appointment call our office. Mid-Realty Inc. is a family owned and operated real estate agency in Kearny that has served our area for 45 years. 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The detectives stopped the vehicle at Bergen Ave. and Ivy St. and the couple admitted they were involved in a heated argument. [Editor s note Over what was not reported to your curious correspondent drat.] It was reported however that the passenger Vanessa Wong 23 of Effort Pa. was found to be wanted on an outstanding warrant out of Annandale N.J. As Wong was exiting the car police said she was observed attempting to conceal something between the seats. Det. Traynor retrieved the object which was found to be a plastic bag allegedly containing 90 glassine folds of suspected heroin 60 of which were stamped After-Earth and 30 of which were stamped Steel Monkey. Both Wong and the driver 25-year-old Jason Frey also of Effort were arrested and charged with possession of heroin possession with intent to distribute and intent to istribute in a school zone and a park zone. Bail was set at 10 000 for each defendant. Other recent reports from the Kearny Police Department blotter included the following June 21 Officers John Fabula and Luis Moran were on patrol in South Kearny at 4 30 p.m. when they observed a white Dodge pick-up truck disregard a red light while speeding northbound on Rt. 1&9 at Hackensack Ave. The officers pursued the truck and were finally able to bring it to a stop on Rt. 440 in Jersey City. On approaching the vehicle police said Fabula observed a can of Budweiser beer in the center console along with a small plastic bag containing a white powdery substance later determined to be heroin. The driver 57-year-old Rahway resident Wesley Newton was slumped in his seat and his speech was slow and slurred police said. After administering roadside sobriety tests Fabula placed him under arrest and transported him to headquarters where more extensive testing was completed. Newton was charged criminally with possession of heroin and being under the influence of a controlled substance. He was also given motor vehicle summonses for DWI operating a vehicle while in possession of a CDS failing to obey a traffic signal and reckless driving. June 22 At 8 15 p.m. Officer Sean Kelly responded to the 500 block of Schuyler Ave. on a report of a suspicious individual in a backyard. After searching the area on foot Kelly came upon and detained 33-year-old Newark resident Nuno Rodrigues who reportedly gave the officer conflicting accounts as to why he was in the area. A check with the homeowner on whose property Rodrigues was seen told the officers he had not been given permission to be there police said. Rodrigues was placed under arrest for defiant trespass and was also found to be in contempt of a Hudson County court order police said. 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Tom Strumolo said the contractor was renovating a recently vacated apartment in the boarding home just off Franklin Ave. shortly before noon and was ripping down sheetrock when he came across a grenade wedged between the sheetrock and a shaft in a wall. Because of the way it was positioned you couldn t tell if it was live or not Strumolo said. So the contractor immediately phoned police and when officers arrived showed them a photo of the device that he d taken with his cellular phone. Police called for the Essex County Bomb Squad who sent two technicians in to check out the explosive. At the same time officers evacuated seven tenants from the rooming house. Officers checked on neighboring residences but no one was home police said. It was deemed inert Strumolo said. The bottom was drilled out but you couldn t tell immediately looking at it. It must have been there for years somebody might have dropped it in the shaft. After determining the device didn t pose a danger the technicians removed it for disposal Strumolo said. There will be no investigation to determine where the grenade came from he said. Here are other incidents logged by Nutley P.D. during the past week June 28 A traffic stop on Rt. 21 at 1 19 a.m. resulted in the arrest of Leon Lowery 36 of North Brunswick who was ticketed on a speeding charge. After learning Lowery was wanted on an outstanding warrant out of Woodbridge police took him to headquarter where he was released after posting bail pending court dates in Nutley and Woodbridge. June 27 A Briar Lane homeowner called police at 2 01 p.m. to report the theft of jewelry from the house. Police said they found no sign of forced entry. Detectives are investigating. A motor vehicle stop for allegedly speeding on Rt. 21 at 2 04 a.m. resulted in the arrest of Zaid Williams 25 of Newark on an outstanding warrant from Irvington. Police said Williams was operating the vehicle with a suspended driver s license. He was ticketed on charges of driving while suspended safety glass requirement speeding and failure to inspect. He was turned over to the custody of Irvington P.D. June 26 A patron at the Nutley Public Library called police at 11 24 a.m. to report a theft. The victim told police they left their bag on a table unattended for a few minutes and upon returning couldn t find their wallet. Police said the wallet was found in the bag but was missing cash. Police are investigating. June 25 A motorist who d parked in a designated space on River Road told police that someone had broken the front passenger door window but apparently didn t get inside the vehicle. The incident was called in to police at 5 15 p.m. June 24 Police pulled over a vehicle on Park Ave. at 7 26 p.m. after noticing that the car s brake light wasn t operating. Police issued the driver Tremayne Pinckney 37 of Fair Lawn summonses for the non-working brake light and for driving with a suspended license. Police said Pinckney also had Radcliffe School that according to the school custodian happened during the weekend. The custodian told police that intruders piled up four picnic tables to climb to the roof and bent the aluminum fins on the air conditioning unit on the building s north side. June 23 At 5 07 p.m. police responded to Yantacaw School field after receiving complaints about a group of juveniles setting off fireworks there. Officers noticed a broken window at the school. Checking the area police said they found several youths matching the descriptions they d been given. Police said the youths admitted lighting the fireworks but denied breaking the window which police said will cost 450 to replace. Police advised the youths parents about the incident. Ron Leir an outstanding warrant from Weehawken. He was released pending a court hearing. Police stopped a vehicle on Kingsland St. at 1 42 p.m. for an expired failed inspection sticker and arrested the driver Lorenzo C. Devone 27 of Belleville on an outstanding warrant from Lyndhurst. He was issued a summons for driving with a suspended license. After posting bail he was released. Police are investigating a criminal mischief incident at Project Management Certificate Program COMPLETE IN 14 WEEKS (11 WEEKS IN SUMMER) The Ramapo College Project Management Certificate provides all the educational requirements for taking the standardized tests administered by the Project Management Institute (PMI) the global standard for Project Management credentials. TAKE CLASSES IN LYNDHURST OR MAHWAH Sign Up for an Information Session Wednesday July 10 5-6 pm Lyndhurst Thursday July 11 5-6 pm Mahwah Tuesday July 16 5-6 pm Mahwah Wednesday July 17 5-6 pm Lyndhurst Join us on our Mahwah campus in ASB-527 or at the Meadowlands Environment Center 2 DeKorte Plaza Lyndhurst NJ 07071 Ramapo College is a PMI Registered Education Provider. Check the Web site for additional dates. www.ramapo.edu cipl certificates project-mgmt UNEMPLOYED ASK US HOW TO ATTEND FREE. To place a classified ad please call 201.991.1600 06 thoughts thoughts&views The contents of letters do not reflect the opinion of The Observer staff. Letters must be kept to a maximum of 250 words. 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 39 Seeley Ave. Kearny N.J. 07032. Anonymous letters will not be published under any circumstances. THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 3 2013 The foundations of our nation Tomorrow being the Glorious Fourth I decided to give myself a little refresher course in American history and wouldn t you know I learned something I never knew before. On the day in 1776 when the Continental Congress approved (this is the original wording and capitalization) The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America it apparently marked the first time the former British colonies officially referred to themselves as states. If I m wrong about that would some historian please correct me In any case I wanted Observer readers to get a little refresher course of their own. We all (I hope) know bits of the introduction to the Declaration of Independence but this is a suitable occasion on which to repeat the initial sentences which set the stage for the birth of a nation When in the Course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands [I always thought it was bonds didn t you ] which have connected them with another and to assume among the powers of the earth the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature s God entitle them a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident that all men are created equal that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights that among these are Life Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. . . . I would also like to offer for your consideration the Bill of Rights the first 10 amendments to the U.S. Constitution. More than one of these has served as a flashpoint in recent national debates but I did wonder how familiar those on the sidelines are with the precise wording. TV s talking heads offer scraps and phrases but rarely enlighten the public by reading the entire amendment at the heart of an argument. So here for your edification is what they say in their original form. Take into consideration such things as subordinate clauses and (18th century) punctuation and you can get a bit of feel for what it must be like to be a Supreme Court justice Amendment I Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof or abridging the freedom of speech or of the press or the right of the people peaceably to assemble and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances. Amendment II A well regulated Militia being necessary to the security of a free State the right of the people to keep and bear Arms shall not be infringed. Amendment III No Soldier shall in time of peace be quartered in any house without the consent of the Owner nor in time of war but in a manner to be prescribed by law. on a presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury except in cases arising in the land or naval forces or in the Militia when in actual service in time of War or public danger nor shall any person be subject for the same offence to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself nor be deprived of life liberty or property without due process of law nor shall private property be taken for public use without just compensation. be preserved and no fact tried by a jury shall be otherwise re-examined in any Court of the United States than according to the rules of the common law. Amendment VIII Excessive bail shall not be required nor excessive fines imposed nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted. Amendment IX The enumeration in the Constitution of certain rights shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people. Amendment X The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution nor prohibited by it to the States are reserved to the States respectively or to the people. Reading all this over I am struck by one thing These truly are living documents as relevant today (except perhaps that 20 reference) as to when they were written. Therein lies the genius of our Founding Fathers. Please give a little thought to and thanks for that tomorrow night when our skies are ablaze with fireworks. Karen Zautyk Amendment VI In all criminal prosecutions the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial by an impartial jury of the State and district wherein the crime shall have been Amendment IV committed which district The right of the people to be shall have been previously secure in their persons hous- ascertained by law and to be es papers and effects against informed of the nature and unreasonable searches and cause of the accusation to be seizures shall not be violated confronted with the witnesses and no Warrants shall issue against him to have compulbut upon probable cause sup- sory process for obtaining witported by Oath or affirmation nesses in his favor and to have and particularly describing the the Assistance of Counsel for place to be searched and the his defence. persons or things to be seized. Amendment VII Amendment V In Suits at common law No person shall be held to where the value in controveranswer for a capital or other- sy shall exceed twenty dollars wise infamous crime unless the right of trial by jury shall 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 WE VE GOT MAIL To the Editor Whatever happened to the good old days when the worst things we had to fear on the 4th of July were traffic jams and wayward fireworks According to the Department of Agriculture s Meat and Poultry Hotline this year s top threat is food poisoning by nasty E. coli and Salmonella bugs lurking in hamburgers and hot dogs at millions of backyard barbecues. The Hotline s advice is to grill them longer and hotter. Of course they don t Beware of barbecued bugs bother to mention that the high-temperature grilling that kills the bugs also forms lots of cancer-causing compounds. Luckily a bunch of enterprising U.S. food manufacturers and processors have met this challenge head-on by developing a great variety of healthful delicious and convenient veggie burgers and soy dogs. These delicious plant-based foods don t harbor nasty pathogens or cancer-causing compounds. They don t even carry cholesterol saturated fats drugs or pesticides. And they are waiting for us in the frozen food section of our supermarket. This 4th of July offers a great opportunity to declare our independence from the meat industry and to share wholesome veggie burgers and soy dogs with our family and friends. Cory Baker Kearny THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 3 2013 07 New youth director bonding with kids Kids are Terry M. Iavarone s reason for being. During the school year Iavarone teaches history in the Bloomfield public school system in the summer he runs the youth recreation program for North Arlington. Last month the Borough Council appointed Iavarone as the new Youth Center director replacing Michael Kraft who s moving on to a career in law enforcement after three years in the borough slot. Iavarone 24 has worked as a counselor for the Youth Center since 2005 and has been lead counselor for the last five years. He s got a B.A. in history education from Montclair State University. We are happy to have Terry on board to continue with the Youth Center programs for the remainder of the year Mayor Peter Massa said. I am confident that given his experience in dealing with students in school and at the Youth Center he will continue to provide quality services for the young people of this community and their parents. Massa extended thanks to Kraft. He has served the community well at the Youth Center he said. As the new youth leader Iavarone is currently presiding over an eight-week summer program for North Arlington kids ages four to 10 but eventually he ll be overseeing programs year-round. In the meantime summer activities indoors and outdoors are being offered Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. each day with a staff of 14 counselors on a rotating schedule. We ll have maybe eight on any given day Iavarone said. Every week we ll have themed programs Iavarone said like Chirstmas in July arts and crafts making goodies so that kids have something different every week. Still in the program s initial stages daily attendance has been averaging about 40 kids per week but Iavarone figures that number will be rising as the program advances. There s a 40 a week registration fee to cover expenses associated with the program he said. I want to expand the program as much as possible to maximize participation by our kids he added. To that end Iavarone said he s exploring the possibility of recruiting a counselor trained to work with special needs youngsters. at the North Arlington BowlO-Drome on Schuyler Ave. or watching movies. Meanwhile in another recreation-related development the borough announced that at its last meeting the governing body authorized spending 9 000 for the first phase of improvements to Alan Park. Council President Al Granelli said the funding will pay for planning and design of the parking area to increase parking capacity and safety at the site. This is the start of an investment that we need to Photo by Ron Leir make in Alan Park he said. Despite a clamor for the inEvery other Friday kids practice at the Bowl-O-Rama under the watchful eye of stallation of lights by some loTerry Iavarone. cal advocates Massa has said complex off-limits because of Iavarone said the program that at this point that won t the reconstruction project au- be happening because the got a boost when Ed Abrothorized by voters in a public maitis athletic director for lights will interfere with resireferendum earlier this year. Queen of Peace High School dents of nearby residences. For indoor activities such extended use of the Queen of as ping pong and crafts kids Piece field for play activities. Ron Leir have unimpeded use of the It s better for us walking 100 two-level Youth Center the feet to Queen of Peace than going cross-town to say Alan former American Legion hall to the rear of the Borough Park he said. Hall. 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Purchased with a 2010 Port Security FEMA grant of 345 000 (which included funding for its state-of-theart trailer) Marine 3 was built to KFD specifications by Lake Assault Boats of Superior Wisc. Kearny took delivery May Photos by Karen Zautyk 20 and the vessel is now Clockwise from left Capt. Dennis Hyde operates fireboat s deck gun comundergoing shakedown trainputer helps chart course and infrared camera captures image of Lyndhurst ing cruises in local waters. bridge. While all members of the department will receive what s called Swift Water Awareness training the boat will be primarily manned by members of Engine 3 headquartered on Midland Ave. and Engine 1 on Davis Ave. KFD Capt Michael Livolsi explained Right now we re testing the boat and developing general operating guidelines and conducting training. Capt. Joseph Mastandrea who is in overall charge of the training said the goal is to have it completed and the boat fully in service within a few months. Last week we were privileged to accompany Mastandrea Livolsi (the chief pilot) Capt. Dennis Hyde and Firefighters Dave Auerbach and Jed Schappert on a train- ing trip up the Passaic River from the North Arlington Fire Department boat launch off River Road north to Wallington. We would have gone farther except our path was blocked by a Wallington bridge (I do not know its name) that offered absolutely no overhead clearance and from the looks of the bridge mechanism (rusted gears) likely had not been opened since the Industrial Revolution. Besides we learned to get certain Passaic River bridges opened for watercraft one must give advance notice -- four hours for the Bellville Pike bridge six hours for the Lyndhurst bridge. Overhead clearance see FIREBOAT page 12 INJURED LEARN YOUR RIGHTS. OUR ATTORNEYS REPRESENT PERSONS INJURED AT WORK AS A RESULT OF AN AUTO OR SLIP & FALL ACCIDENT. MEDICAL MALPRACTICE. JaverbauM Wurgaft John M. Pinho Attorney at Law John M. Pinho (973) 481-4364 301 North F.E. Rodgers Blvd Harrison NJ THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 3 2013 09 Highlights from the Lyndhurst PD blotter June 25 A Lyndhurst motorist was charged with careless driving failure to keep right and DWI after a traffic incident that police said unfolded at 1 25 a.m. on Lake Ave. Police said a patrol unit westbound on Lake had to swerve to avoid being hit by an eastbound vehicle. The officer reversed direction pulled over the errant driver Rogerio Molinaro 32 and issued him the three motor vehicle summonses. June 23 A man with an apparent thirst for expensive booze was thwarted in an effort to swipe some from a local shop. Police said a man concealing his face with a bandana entered Lyndhurst Liquors on Valley Brook Ave. at 3 36 p.m. grabbed a bottle of peach vodka valued at nearly 58 and ran off with it. Police said the store owner followed the man to New Jersey Ave. where officers responded and collared Endeavor Warrick 19 of Lyndhurst and seized the bottle of alcohol. Warrick was charged with shoplifting and released pending a court hearing. After noting that a motor vehicle traveling in the area of Riverside and Valley Brook Aves. at 2 06 a.m. had an expired inspection decal police pulled over the car operated by Philip Cruz 22 of Kearny and issued him a summons for the expired inspection. They also ticketed him on charges of suspended driver s license and DWI. June 19 Police said a tour bus driver drove himself into trouble by reportedly traveling at an excessive rate of speed at 9 46 p.m. west on Valley Brook Ave. near Riverside Ave. where the roadway had been undergoing milling and paving work. Police Chief James O Connor who happened to be in the area pulled over the driver Donovan Fuller 62 of Lodi who police said became hostile and argumentative. Fuller who works for Saddle River Tours was given summonses charging him with careless driving and disorderly conduct. Police said the bus was carrying no passengers. June 18 At 3 29 p.m. police came upon a vehicle stopped in the middle of the intersection of Valley Brook and Riverside Aves. and the driver passed out. The driver John Mancini 57 of Elizabeth told police he was taking a prescription drug. Mancini was issued a summons charging him with DUI and was taken to Hackensack University Hospital for examination. His vehicle was towed. A Lyndhurst man making an appearance in Municipal Court at 9 55 a.m. was issued a summons charging him with being under the influence of prescription drugs. Keith Parasmo 23 was taken to Bergen Regional Hospital Paramus for examination. The Bergen County Jail website indicates that Parasmo was again in trouble on June 25 when he was arrested on a charge of criminal mischief with damage in Hackensack. Ron Leir National Night Out Against Crime On Tuesday Aug. 6 North Arlington will be celebrating National Night Out Against Crime. On that evening residents are encouraged to meet and greet your neighbors. Residents should also leave a porch light on overnight as a sign of neighborhood spirit and unity against crime. Chief Louis M. Ghione of the North Arlington Police Department is encouraging residents to have a block party on National Night Out. As an incentive to organize a block party the first 15 blocks organized will receive a free barbecue package courtesy of the North Arlington Police Crime Prevention Unit. North Arlington police officers and elected officials will visit your block party with giveaways. If you wish to organize a block party please stop by the North Arlington Police Department for an application. The police department will seek approval with closing down your street from traffic from 5 to 9 p.m. 10 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 3 2013 Understanding the nature of God By Swami Mukundananda Guest Columnist immeasurable universe. The vastness of our universe is so baffling that people have The brilliance of the night dedicated their entire lives to sky captivates everyone with decipher its mysteries. its gleaming moon and billions Albert Einstein once said I of stars. Scientists inform us don t pretend to understand that these countless stars are the universe it s much bigger manifold times larger in size than I am. than our planet earth and the Be it the universe s origin Milky Way galaxy is just one vastness or existence all of the many galaxies in this aspects are being studied and researched today and though we take pride in our achievements as a human civilization there is little knowledge of how much more there is yet to be discovered in the material realm. For a very long time now the most intriguing topic of inquiry and arguments has been the origin of our universe. 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There is a humorous anecdote regarding this theory Maxwell one of the greatest scientists in history was a firm believer in God. His fellow scientist and close friend did not believe there was a God. He would argue that the world was created by itself. One day Maxwell made a model of the solar system and put it in motion in his study room. His friend came to meet him and on seeing the model he exclaimed This is amazing Who made it Nobody made it Maxwell replied. I was working on my table when I heard an explosion. I turned around and saw this had been created. How ridiculous his friend retorted. How can this be created by an explosion Someone must have definitely made it. Maxwell said My friend you are not willing to believe that a little model of the solar system could be created by itself. And you want me to believe that the real universe consisting of many such solar systems has come into existence without a Creator. If it is logical to believe that someone has created this model it is also commonsensical to conclude that the real world must have a Creator too. This is exactly how the Vedas describe God Yato va imani bhutani jayante... ( Taittiriya Upanishad 3.1.1 ) God is he who has created this world God is he within whom the entire world exists God is he within whom the whole world will merge at the time of annihilation. The Vednt Darhan gives the definition of God in the same manner. It begins by stating in the first aphorism Athato brahma jigyasa (Vednt Darhan 1.1.1) Now try to know God. However on reading the aphorism the natural question arises who is God This is answered in the second aphorism of the Vednt Darhan Janmadyasya yatah (Vednt Darhan 1.1.2) God is he who has created this world. Different religions across the globe advocate their respective concepts of Almighty God and use different names to worship. The Hindus worship Bhagavan the Christians worship Christ the Muslims worship Allah the Jews worship Yahweh the Parsis worship Ahura Mazda the Jains worship Alakh Niranjan the Sikhs worship Ikomkar and the Buddhists worship Shunya. So a natural question arises that are they all different Gods Very often religious practitioners develop intense enmity with each other on the basis of the God they worship. History is witness to some of the biggest battles fought in the name of religion. The Vedic scriptures however give us a broader vision. see SWAMI page www.romaristorantenj.com 20 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 3 2013 11 FIREHOUSE from About two months ago Nicosia said the township governing body authorized a Request For Proposals for a design-build job on the building. The idea is we ll let the architects tell us how they d approach [fixing the firehouse] he said. Nicosia said the firehouse is still being used as a public polling place for elections although he said it s possible that the township may opt to switch the location to the newly rebuilt Friendly House awaiting site work as the final touch for the upcoming special election in October for U.S. Senate. About three years ago the township administration had proposed building a new Silver Lake firehouse behind a self-storage facility near the NJ Transit Light Rail stop as part of a capital improvements bond issue after NJ Transit 01 Photos by Ron Leir The township Construction Office closed the Silver Lake firehouse after finding mold growing inside. had offered to put up 600 000 toward the construction but that plan was dropped after Second Ward Councilman Steven Rovell and Nicosia got enough residents to sign a petition opposing the bond. The lawmakers had argued that it would be wrongheaded to put a firehouse in such a location. 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Any person who sells offers or exposes for sale or possesses with intent to sell any fireworks is guilty of a crime of the fourth degree. Any person who purchases uses discharges causes to be discharged ignites fires or otherwise sets in action or possesses any fireworks without the required permit is guilty of a disorderly persons offense. In its most recent Fireworks Annual Report the Consumer Product Safety Commission noted that 60% of all fireworks injuries occurred within the 30 days surrounding the Fourth of July holiday. More than half involved burns to the hands head and face. More than 5 000 persons were treated in hospital emergency rooms due to fireworks-related injuries between June 22 and July 22 2012. In 2007 four Pennsylvaniabased fireworks companies agreed to revise their business practices when advertising and selling to New Jersey customers after being sued by the N.J. Division of Consumer Affairs. 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Those members were beneath the Lyndhurst bridge Mastandrea Livolsi Hyde when we sailed through short- Deputy Chief John Harris Firefighters Mike Golon and ly after high tide was a mere Matt Mitchell and retired Fire6 inches. Luckily Marine 3 was designed with a cabin-top fighter Jack Pettigrew. As Mastandrea explained navigational arch (containing They assisted in determinantennas and a camera) that ing what kind of vessel was can be lowered to maneuver needed what it needed to do through tight spaces. its capabilities the selection It was design details like that suited to particular needs of equipment and it design. Before final approval was on local waters that were determine d by the KFD com- given to the purchase Mastanmittee that prepared the grant drea and Harris travelled to Wisconsin to inspect the craft. application and design specs. The committee also assisted Said KFD Chief Steve Dyl in obtaining a 2011 Port Secu I want to thank all the comrity grant of 297 000 which mittee members for all their FIREBOAT from 08 went toward equipment such as the onboard infrared camera which projects images in reaction to heat. It s like the thermal-imaging cameras we carry into burning buildings Livolsi noted. He gave us a demonstration of it and the mobile data terminal computer radar navigational system which details the channel the water s depth and the size and position of objects beneath the surface. It s all invaluable especially when we have a call at night Livolsi said. But even with all the hightech gear a pilot cannot concentrate solely on computer screens. Of equal importance are the human eyes trained on the river itself trained to detect changes in the current and subtle ripples on the surface of the water which could indicate a submerged obstacle. Learning how to read the river is also part of the ongoing education of those who will serve aboard Marine 3. The boat will be used to fight building and bridge fires pumping water from the river through the aforementioned deck gun or by feeding the water through a hose to supply fire engines on land. It will be used in rescue and recovery. There have been situations when people went into the river and all we could do was stand on land and watch Mastandrea recalled. It can maneuver equally well in deep water or shallows as little as 14 inches shallow. And it is fast. With its twin engines 250 HP each it will top out at 50 mph about 44 knots Mastandrea said. Because it was funded through a federal Port Security grant Marine 3 will also provide any assistance required by the U.S. Coast Guard. 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NJ Transit is making it more convenient to see the show by providing frequent shuttle buses to take train or bus riders from Secaucus station to and from the Meadowlands Fairgrounds next to the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford on July 3 and 4. Shuttles will run from 6 p.m. to midnight on July 3 and from 4 p.m. to midnight on July 4. We want to make it as easy as possible for everyone to come and enjoy State Fair s colorful loud and magnificent fireworks said Al Dorso president of State Fair Meadowlands. Secaucus Junction is just a 10-minute ride from New York Penn Station Port Authority and Newark Penn Station and a short trip from other cities and towns. Families in New York and New Jersey can take advantage of NJ Transit s off-peak rates and free rides for children under 12 who are accompanied by a parent. For further information about fares and schedules visit www.njtransit. com or call 973-275-5555. 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Check Out our website WWW.ARLINGTONPIZZAONLINE.COM 25 Schuyler Ave. North Arlington 201.997.8373 201.997.8374 In the Food Town Shopping Center We welcome Corporate AMEX accounts We Deliver 7 Days a Week for all occassions Hours Monday-Thursday 11 00am-10 00pm Friday & Saturday 11 00am-11 00pm Sunday 12noon-9 00pm cash flow statement and their impact on daily financial decisions and selection of investment securities. The workshops are for general information only no professional legal or financial advice is given. For more information call the library. The library will host screenings of the following films for its Thursday and Monday Afternoon at the Movies programs. Movies for both programs start at 12 15 p.m. in the library theater. Admission is free. Thursdays July 4 Library closed July 11 True Romance (Christian Slater) (R) July 18 Seven Psychopaths (Colin Farrell) (R) Steel Magnolias (Queen Latifah) (NR). Mondays July 8 Gangster Squad (Sean Penn) (R) July 15 The Perks of Being a Wallflower (Logan Lerman) (PG-13) July 22 Parental Guidance (Billy Crystal) (PG) and July 29 Safe Haven (Julianne Hough) (PG-13). New Jersey Audubon presents a birding hike in Essex County Branch Brook Park Mill St. on Saturday July 20 at 8 30 a.m. Walk some of the Bloomfield paths of this varied park scene Bloomfield Public Library that holds a surprising variety 90 Broad St. will continue its genealogy class workshop this of birdlife from forest birds to summer moving to the second ducks and herons. Meet at the Essex County Cherry Blossom Wednesday of the month Welcome Center on Branch from 4 to 6 p.m. Registration Brook Drive between Heller is not required. Community Parkway and Mill St. Admisvolunteer Miguel Ramos a sion is 6 for NJA members certified teacher of social studies and American history and 8 for non-members. Space is limited. Contact Kelly will explain how to research Wenzel at 973-226-6082 or your family tree. visit kelly.wenzel njaudubon. For more information on org for more information and this event or upcoming programs call 973- 566-6200 ext. to register. A free birding hike will be 502 or visit www.bplnj.org. held on Thursday July 25 Follow the library on Faceat 8 30 a.m. in Essex County book Twitter or Google. Brookdale Park Bellevue Ave. The library s book club Tour the rose garden and Finance for Beginners will continue throughout the sum- search for late summer birds and hummingbirds. Meet in mer with a workshop series on Tuesdays at the library and the parking lot at the top of the soccer football grandThursdays at Panera Bread stands via the Bellevue Ave. in Montclair at 5 30 p.m. both nights. Using the book Finan- entrance. Space is limited. Contact Kelly Wenzel at 973cial Intelligence. . . Knowing 226-6082 or visit kelly.wenWhat the Numbers Really zel njaudubon.org for more Mean the workshop will cover the basics of the income information. Oakeside Bloomfield Cultur(budget) statement the balal Center 240 Belleville Ave. ance sheet (net worth) and 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. The trip is open to everyone. For itinerary or information call Pat at 973-751-5308. Belleville Historical Society will hold its annual Independence Day ceremony July 4 at 10 a.m. in the cemetery at Belleville Dutch Reformed Church Main and Rutgers Sts. The historic cemetery is the final resting place of 66 soldiers of the American Revolution one of the largest group of 1776 veterans in the United States. The 40-minute ceremony will include a roll call of the troops raising the colors the National Anthem and a 21-gun salute. The Historical Society is producing a Patriot Handbook Ad Journal to support its work. To place an ad or for more information call Mike Perrone at 973-789-7852. around town Belleville will run a bus trip to Caesar s Casino in Atlantic City on Wednesday Aug. 28. The bus will leave Oakeside at 9 a.m. and depart at 5 p.m. Participants will enjoy a bagel and juice on the bus and receive 25 in slot play at the casino. The cost is 30 per person. Oakeside will sponsor a trip to Broadway to see the Tony award winner for Best Musical Kinky Boots on Thursday Oct. 10. Participants will enjoy a buffet dinner at the Oakeside Mansion starting at 4 30 p.m. then board a bus directly to the theater. The cost of the trip is 156 per person and includes dinner round-trip bus transportation mezzanine seats and all taxes and tips. Oakeside will organize a bus trip to Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton a 35-acre sculpture garden with over 270 sculptures on Sunday Oct. 13. Participants can take a selfguided tour or join a docentled tour at 11 a.m. or 1 p.m. Lunch is available at several venues on site or participants can pack a picnic lunch. After the sculpture garden the bus will stop at a nearby Cracker Barrel restaurant and gift shop and will leave at about 6 30 p.m. The cost is 55 per person which includes the bus and admission to Grounds for Sculpture but not meals. Reservations are required for all events and must be paid within five days of booking. There are no refunds on paid reservations. A Chinese brush painting exhibit by the Hsin-Ruey Art Group of the N.J. Chinese Cultural and Art Association will be on display at Oakeside July 2-30 Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. A meet the artists opening reception will be held on July 13 from 2 to 4 p.m. For more information call Oakeside at 973-429-0960. A Long Live the Beatles Show featuring brothers Tim and Brian Mahoney will be held on Friday July 5 at 7 30 p.m. at Essex County Brookdale Park Watchung Ave. as part of the Essex County Free SummerMusic Concert Series. 221 Harrison Ave. will host a picnic on July 3 at 11 a.m. The event features performances by Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin impersonators. Bring senior ID. For more information call Rita at 973-268-2463. THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 3 2013 13 Harrison Harrison Senior Center rietta Benstead Senior Center 60 Columbia Ave. Doors open at 9 a.m. for a continental breakfast and socializing. The business meeting begins at 11 30 a.m. followed by Bingo at noon. Several speakers will be brought in during the year. For The Harrison Public School club information call Carol District will participate in the 201-991-9369. 2013 Summer Food Service The Presbyterian Boys-Girls Program from July 8 to Aug. Club 663 Kearny Ave. will be open during July and August 8 (Monday to Thursday only on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11 15 a.m. to 1 15 p.m.). from 7 to 9 p.m. Most memThe Summer Food Service bers and guests are between program sponsored by the ages 8 and 15. USDA s Food And Nutrition The summer program offers Services provides all children basketball dodgeball wifup to age 18 with the same fleball kick ball gymnastics free meal in accordance with bowling bumper pool air a menu approved by the state hockey foozball arts and agency regardless of race color national origin sex dis- crafts ping pong and electronic games. ability or age. Summer trips are schedHarrison East Newark Elks uled to KC Royals vs. Yankees Lodge 2326 will hold a 4th of July Tar Beach party on July at Yankee Stadium (July 10) 6 from 2 to 6 p.m. There will Mountain Creek Water Park be draft beer wine soda and (July 17) Seaside Heights food. Admission is 20 for rides and water park (July 31) adults 15 for senior citizens Bow Craft Amusement and and 10 for children. Miniature Golf (Aug. 7) and the Jersey Jackals vs. Newark Kearny Bears in baseball (Aug. 14). The Smile and Implant All trips are chaperoned by Center 837 Kearny Ave. is PBGC directors. The club will offering a One-Day Summer be supervised this summer by Special on Zoom Advanced Tom Fraser Paul Vieira Mark (a One-Hour Professional and Tonia Latka and Ryan Tooth Whitening System) on Fraser. Wednesday July 17. The price The Kearny Rotary Club will be 199 plus tax. Call 201- meets Wednesdays at 12 15 p.m. 991-1055 and ask for Cesar for at La Fiamma Restaurant 440 an appointment or for more Harrison Ave. in Harrison. information. Business leaders are invited Vacation Bible School at to learn about the work that Calvary United MethodRotary International accomist Church 342 Elm St. will plishes locally and globally. be held from Sunday July 14 For more information call Joe to Friday July 19 from 6 30 D Arco at 201-955- 7400 or Jose to 8 30 p.m. The program is Fernandez at 201-991-1040. free and for all ages and will The West Hudson Detachinclude songs crafts games ment of the Marine Corps snacks and prizes. League invites all former and The Ancient Order of Hiactive duty Marines and FMF bernians Division 7 Hudson Corpsmen to attend an open County meets on the second house which will be held Wednesday of every month at every Friday from 7 to 10 p.m. 7 30 p.m. at the Irish American at 286 Belgrove Drive Kearny. Association 95 Kearny Ave. Guests are welcome. New members are encouraged to attend. Lyndhurst Join the Senior Citizens of The Food Pantry located at Kearny to meet new friends. the Lyndhurst Municipal AnDues are 5 per year. This nex 253 Stuyvesant Ave. has entitles members to five free new hours Tuesday through Thursday from 1 to 3 30 p.m. parties including a fish and chips dinner. Meetings are held on Thursdays at the Hensee AROUND TOWN page 21 14 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 3 2013 Ready.gov business Up to 40% of businesses never recover after experiencing a major disaster. Do you have a plan to keep your business running if disaster strikes For a free online tool that helps you develop an emergency plan visit Ready.gov business. LiquidationNP_11_5x21.indd 1 5 6 11 2 41 PM sports&recreation THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 3 2013 15 SPORTS VIEW COnTaCT JIm aT OgSmaR aOl.COm Lyndhurst s Alonso named Observer Female Athlete of Year Soccer basketball and track standout earns honor Kearny s Adamek set to return to ring GARFIELD It s been seven months since Tomasz Adamek last climbed into the ring. Since defeating Steve Cunningham in a highly disputed split decision last Dec. 22 the Kearny resident and heavyweight boxing contender has had to endure a driving while intoxicated arrest in Lake Placid N.Y. in January. After the arrest which Adamek deemed as nothing the 36-year-old native of Poland who has lived in Kearny for the last three years said that he needed some time away from fighting. There was somewhat of a rift between Main Events president Kathy Duva and the Adamek team but Adamek s absence was mainly caused by his need of rest. Last year I did too much and I regressed Adamek said at a press conference last week promoting his next fight Aug. 3 at the Mohegan Sun Casino in Uncasville Conn. against up-and-coming fighter Joey Grano. I needed some time for rest. I m not 20 anymore. I m older. I was tired. Now I feel good. I feel like a young boy again. I m ready to come back. The Adamek-Grano fight will be televised live on NBC s Sports Network as part of its popular Friday Night Fights package. Adamek has been featured on the network four times already. The two fighters are anticipated to take the ring around 10 30 p.m. that night. Adamek said that his arrest had nothing to do with his time away from the ring. It was a long time ago Adamek said. Everything is settled. I m not worried about it. I ve forgotten about it already. I m thinking more about training for this fight. Adamek now 48-2 lifetime is working his way back toward getting another world championship title fight ever since he lost to Vitali Klitschko in Sept. 2011 via a 12th round technical knockout. He has won four straight bouts since that loss including the win over Cunningham which many experts felt he lost. With that win Adamek earned the right to fight top challenger and undefeated Kubrat Pulev but Adamek has declined the chance to battle the undefeated see VIEW next page Photo by Jim Hague Lyndhurst graduate Camila Alonso (seated center r.) receives the 2012-13 Observer Athlete of the Year award from sports writer Jim Hague (seated center l.). Also seated from l. are soccer and track coach Kim Hykey Hague Alonso Camila s mother Ida Russo holding her brother Nicolas Alonso and Superintendent of Schools Tracey Marinelli. Back from l. are basketball and track assistant coach Anthony Immediate head basketball coach Perrin Mosca Principal Nick Coffaro and athletic director Frank Butch Servideo. By Jim Hague Observer Sports Writer W hen Camila Alonso first arrived at Lyndhurst High School three years ago transferring to Lyndhurst from Lodi she almost felt like a fish out of water. I really didn t know anyone Alonso said. But Alonso knew that she wanted to participate in athletics. I started to play soccer when I was 10 in Lodi Alonso said. So when we came here to Lyndhurst it was natural that I played soccer. I played freshman basketball at Lodi but I was a point guard there because they didn t have anyone to bring the ball up the court. So Alonso played soccer in the fall and basketball in the winter. Later on she gave track and field a try. Three years later Alonso has developed into one of the best all-around athletes in Lyndhurst High School history. Last week Alonso culminated her brilliant high school career by receiving the 2012-13 Observer Female Athlete of the Year becoming the second Lyndhurst girl to ever receive the award. Cassie Indri received the award in 2009. It s crazy when you think of it said Kim Hykey Alonso s coach in both soccer and track and field. I think it s the type of storybook tale that you don t think can happen. They make movies about things like this. Alonso wasn t even a member of the varsity basketball team as a sophomore. She was playing on the junior varsity when she scored 37 points in a double overtime game. I just remember everything I shot went in Alonso said of that game. From the start it didn t look like Camila was going to be a player Lyndhurst head girls basketball coach Perrin Mosca said. It didn t seem like it. But she had that one game and we had to bring her up to the varsity. see aTHlETE page 17 16 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 3 2013 VIEW from 15 Bulgarian. Adamek ranked as the No. 4 heavyweight in the world and his promoter Ziggy Rozalski also of Kearny of Ziggy Promotions tried to secure a bout outside of the Main Events banner but those attempts fell awry. We have had a long and beautiful relationship with Ziggy Roger (Bloodworth Adamek s trainer) and Tomasz Duva said. There was a period there where we were estranged. His contract ran out and he wanted to test the waters. But he made the decision to come back to us. We want to be able to work together throughout his career. We had a couple offers but Kathy gave us the best deal Adamek said. We want to stay with Kathy. It s the 12th card that Main Events is doing with the NBC Sports Network but it will mark the first time Adamek has had to move to the opponent s home turf. The 32-year-old Grano (20-3-1) who lost his last fight to Eric Molina April 27 is a Hartford Conn. native. He has fought seven times at Mohegan Sun posting a 6-1 record in those fights. 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We ve been working on his technique. We know that Tony Grano comes to fight. We ve had a pretty good camp so far. Roger is the one who looks at the opponent Adamek said. We ve been training for about eight-to-10 weeks now about what the opponent does. I m 36 now and have been fighting a long time. But I m still learning and I m never satisfied. Roger is my teacher and he s never stopped teaching me. I have to be ready for anything. I want to be quick. That s why I m training so hard. Duva said that she tried to get the Prudential Center Adamek s boxing home to host the event but Ringling Brothers Barnum & Bailey Circus is occupying The Rock on Aug. 3. We couldn t line up anything in advance at the Prudential Center Diva said. Tomasz has an established well-known name who brings fans to his fights. We would have loved to have the Prudential Center but with NBC s calendar it just didn t work. Adamek is confident that he could get another shot at the heavyweight championship. I m looking for a title fight next year Adamek said. But I can t look ahead. I have to win Aug. 3. I needed the rest and I ve come back now. Adamek doesn t want to consider what happens if he loses. If God lets me win this next fight I ll go on Adamek said. If not then I stop. This is my destiny. I ll get a signal when my time is over. I feel comfortable right now and feel good. If I have a feeling I can t do it anymore then it s my time to quit. But not now. Also on the Aug. 3 card will be Eddie Chambers a boxer who lost to Adamek last year but is now trying the cruiserweight division. Chambers will fight Thabiso Mchunu on the undercard. Middleweight Curtis Stevens will also fight Saul Roman in another of the seven bouts that evening. But all eyes will be on the Kearny resident making somewhat of a comeback. I m strong mentally now Adamek said. It s good that I came back. Adamek believes he s ready for another challenge in the ring. I feel fresh and ready to come back Adamek said. It s time for me to come back. THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 3 2013 17 ATHLETE from After enjoying success on the varsity level Alonso said that she worked hard on her basketball skills. After my sophomore year I took the game more seriously and put more time into it Alonso said. I got a lot better. I played on a travel team. I worked a lot on my post moves. Once Alonso became an inside player her game took over. As a senior Alonso averaged close to 20 points and 13 rebounds per game including setting a new single-game school scoring record when she scored 46 points in a win over Leonia. That was just unbelievable Alonso said. Who would have ever thought I could score 46 points in one game 15 for what she accomplished. She always gave credit to her teammates. She was a great kid to coach and as I look back someday she ll be one of the best I ll ever coach. She definitely leaves a legacy. Alonso left Lyndhurst with more than 1 000 points in her career becoming only the fifth Lyndhurst girls player to eclipse the prestigious milestone. Hykey said that Alonso s senior year in soccer as a defender was curtailed by a foot injury. She tried to play through the injury and it didn t work Hykey said. I knew what she was capable in basketball so I had to make sure she was ready to play basketball. The track aspect of Alonso s career may be the most impressive considering she did at the NJIC Liberty Division championships winning the discus by 30 feet winning the javelin by 22 feet and placing second in the high jump. At the Bergen County Division C championships she won the javelin with a throw of 131 feet 11 inches and came in third in the discus. When I hit 131 for the first time that s when I knew I was getting pretty good Alonso said. I had medals hanging all over the house and I had no idea what they were for. Alonso continued to fin- ish second overall in Bergen County Meet of Champions in the javelin throwing 133-4. At the NJSIAA North Jersey Section 2 Group I state sectionals Alonso won the discus gold medal and finished second in the javelin. A week later at the overall Group I championships Alonso was second in the javelin and fourth in the discus qualifying for the NJSIAA Meet of Champions in two events. She finished by placing 19th in the javelin and 27th in the discus in the entire state. In the end Alonso set two school records in the javelin and the single game scoring mark in basketball. She was just a tenacious kid Hykey said. To compete in two events at the Meet of Champions is quite an accomplishment. It really couldn t happen to a better kid. She was definitely the hardest worker we had. She was there in the weight room when everyone else had gone home lifting and working. 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Once it clicked for her once she knew what she was capable of doing it just took off Mosca said. We certainly weren t looking for her to break a record. That was just a special night. But she worked her tail off to become a better basketball player. She bought into what the coaches were saying and we worked with her. Mosca who has resigned from his coaching position at Lyndhurst to take over the girls basketball program at his alma mater Hackensack said that Alonso s demeanor was a blessing to his team. She never gave up Mosca said. She fought hard and worked hard. She s just a great kid who never took credit not compete in track at all as a junior. I think it was Anthony (Immediate) who talked her into coming out Hykey said. Anthony had her in basketball and coached her a little with the javelin when she was a sophomore. We told her that she could become something special in track but we let her make her own decision. Track and field was very different Alonso said. It was more of an individual sport but in a team. Coach Immediate told me that he thought I could be pretty good. I thought about it and said Why not Let s try it. It was my senior year and I wanted to try it and see if I could have fun. Alonso won three medals Attention Medicare Diabetic patients Call Midtown Pharmacy TODAY for your Diabetic supplies. We are an Accredited Medicare provider. We also have Diabetic shoes in stock with certifed fitters on staff. Midtown Pharmacy 581 Kearny Ave. Kearny NJ 07032 Phone 201-991-3454 Fax 201-991-1319 Visit us online midtownpharmacynj.com Hablamos Espa ol Falamos Portug es 18 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 3 2013 VFW Post 1302 wins Kearny Little By Jim Hague Observer Sports Writer vance to the divisional championship round. VFW Post 1302 then faced When the 2013 Little League Lee s Florist in a best-of-three season began veteran Kearny series but won both of the VFW Post 1302 manager Andy games by 4-0 and 7-2 scores to Michaels believed he had the advance to the championship makings of a contender. series the World Series of I knew we had a good team Kearny Little League. but how far we could go deThere was a daunting task in pended on the effort the kids the title round as VFW Post put forth Michaels said. 1302 had to take on the recent It wasn t going to be an easy powerhouse Rick s Auto Body road considering that Rick s in the best-of-three title series. Auto Body was the threeThere s an old saying that if time defending Kearny Little you want to be the best you League champion. have to beat the best. That s We taught our kids all year what VFW Post 1302 had in long that they could never mind heading into the title take anything for granted round. Michaels said. We were pre We were ready to put evepared for anything. rything on the table Michaels VFW Post 1302 had to said. endure its share of adversity In the first game Rick s when the Kearny Little League Auto Body won 6-4. The playoffs began a few weeks defending champs were just ago. one win away from making it a They first had to face an four-peat. other perennial Kearny Little The kids were really upLeague power in Arlington beat and didn t seem nervous Pizza in a one-game playoff Michaels said about his team but won that game 8-1 to adLed by catcher Jack Michaels the manager s son who had five hits and scored five times VFW Post won 16-6 to capture the Kearny Little League championship winning its first league crown since 2008. VFW Post 1302 also won the title in 2005. In the title game Rodriguez Henriques hit a three-run homer and drove in four runs. Gabe Mustafa the team s first baseman had two hits and three RBI. These kids can hit the ball Michaels said. I m really not surprised at all the way they hit. Henriques Mustafa and Brandon Lau were the team s pitchers. Pitching played a huge part in it Michaels said. We have to watch the pitch count that the league uses (pitchers can only throw 85 pitches) so it s so important to have pitching depth. It s also important for the pitchers to throw strikes. It s absolutely paramount. story continues next page Photo courtesy of Sui Wa Lau Kearny VFW Post 1302 is the 2013 Kearny Little League Champions. Front row from l. are Brandan Lau Antonio Mastropole Adam Michaels Andrew Mauricio Matthew Sammarone and Michael Carey. Second row from l. are Rodriguez Hendriques Gabe Mustafa Jack Michaels and Enrique Dajer. Back row from l. are Coaches Sui Wa Lau and Donna Mahler and Manager Andy Michaels. Not pictured are Liam Flanagan and Aaron Mantilla. after falling behind 1-0 in the series. They always come out prepared to play and they rely on each other very well. 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Ryan Michaels was a fine catcher and wrestler at Kearny High School graduating just two weeks ago. Mustafa and Henriques shared duties at first base. Henriques also played shortstop so his versatility was a key. Liam Flanagan was the team s second baseman but he played a big role in Game 2 of the championship series. He rarely pitched but he had to come in that game and managed to get out of jams in two innings striking out four Michaels said. He did a great job. Henriques and Lau shared shortstop duties while 11-yearold Andrew Mauricio was the third baseman. In left field the team had Antonio Mastrpole who is a 10-year-old and Michael Carey who is just nine years old. Matthew Sammarone another 10-year-old was in centerfield and right field was shared by a pair of 9-year-olds in Enrique Dajer and Adam Michaels another of the manager s sons. It was a special thrill for Michaels to be able to coach his two sons while winning a championship. It means the world to me Michaels said. They all worked so hard toward this one goal. This is something that they ll never forget for the rest of their lives. To come back this year and defeat the three-time defending champs is a great job. The effort they gave was tremendous. They deserve it. Michaels gave credit to his coaches Sui Wah Lau and Donna Wahler. They were tremendous in getting these kids prepared Michaels said. The manager also wanted to thank the parents who allowed their children to go to practices and games at all different times. They came out and supported us and that means a lot Michaels said. VFW Post 1302 loses five players to graduation but the rest return. We re always in the hunt always around with our kids Michaels said. We re doing our best. It s more than just baseball. It s about life as well and they re doing their best. 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They Ekam sat viprah bahudha teach us to respect all devovadanti (Rig Veda 1.164.46) tees explaining that they are The Absolute Truth is one all worshipping the same allbut devotees call him by many powerful Creator but calling names. The Creator of the him by different names. world is one. All the religions The God is All-powerful are worshipping the same all- All-knowing omnipresent powerful God. Quarrels are and divine. If we understand due to lack of understanding. that He possesses the power This is like the story of some to create this vast universe blind people who went to see we behold He also without an elephant. One of them put doubt possesses the power his hand on the elephant s to create a form for Himself. stomach and exclaimed This Even though many spiritual creature is just like a wall. practices argue that God is The second man caught the only formless their argument leg of the elephant and stated is baseless as it implies that This animal is like a tree. they do not accept God as The third caught the tail and All-powerful. If we admit that said The elephant is like a God is All-powerful then we rope. must accept that He possesses The fourth caught the elethe power to manifest Himself phant s ear and said It is like in a form. a fan. Now they all started God is perfect and complete fighting. and so he is both formless and One man was watching possessing forms. He exists these blind men. He pacified everywhere in the world and them Do not fight. None pervades all matter as the of you is wrong. You are Formless God. This fact is all describing parts of the stated in the Vedas same elephant. All that you Dve vava brahmano rupe... have said together makes the ( Brihadaranyaka Upanishad complete elephant. Similarly 2.3.1) SWAMI from 10 God is formless and Allpervading but He also manifests in a personal form. Talking about the personal form of God there are many different forms of the same God worshipped in Hinduism as Krishna Ram Shiva Durga and Vishnu etc. But due to lack of knowledge of the scriptures people are bewildered by the large number of forms of God. People often complain that Hinduism is a very complicated religion which confuses them and they would rather adopt something simpler. The truth is that its diversity is indicative of its depth and treasure of enlightening knowledge passed down since eternity. Through proper guidance one can dispel such doubts and realize that Hinduism in fact presents the profoundest knowledge in the simplest manner. Different forms of God are not different from each other none is bigger or smaller than the other. We too have different dimensions aspects to our personality. When a father goes to the office he is dressed very formally. When he goes out to the park he is dressed semi-formally. And when he is at home he is dressed very informally. Now one does not become confused thinking how come one man has become three fathers The child knows very well that these are three different appearances of one father. Similarly Krishna Ram Shiv Vishnu etc. are not different Gods they all are different forms of the same one God. This is stated in the Vedas Ekam santam bahudhaya kalpayanti (Rig Veda 10.114.5) The Absolute Truth is one but it has been described in a variety of ways by the saints. While comparing the example of a worldly father with God we must also note the difference. A worldly father is not all-powerful he cannot exist in all three places at the same time. However God is Supremely powerful. He can manifest in as many forms as he wishes and exist in all of them simultaneously. Therefore he eternally exists in the forms of Krishna Ram Shiv Vishnu etc. The true devotee respects all these forms of God while doing devotion to any one of them. Many people also worship the celestial gods for material rewards. However we must remember that these devats cannot grant either liberation from material bondage or God-realization. It is because devats are not God they are souls like all of us. They simply occupy specific posts in the affairs of running the world and live in the higher planes of existence within this material world called swarg or the celestial abodes. Even if they do bestow material benefits it is only by the powers they have received from God. Consider the federal government of the country. There is a Secretary of State a Finance Secretary an Industries Secretary an Agriculture Secretary and so on. 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Join the NJMC and BCAS for Butterflies For Beginners a 30-minute talk and slide show on Sunday July 7 at 1 p.m. at the Meadowlands Environment Center DeKorte Park. The group will then search for butterflies around the park. The Meadowlands Environment Center (MEC) is hosting two one-hour pontoon boat trips for seniors Tuesday July 9 (rain date July 16) at 5 30 and 6 30 p.m. at River Barge Park 260 Outwater Lane Carlstadt. MEC staff will discuss the natural and cultural history of the region and point out fauna and flora. On land (while you wait or when you return) MEC Director Angela Cristini will discuss the ecology of the Hackensack River. Bring a camera and wear sneakers. Pre-registration and payment are required. Admission is 7 per person. To register call 201-460-8300. The pontoon boats cannot accommodate wheelchairs. Get an up-close view of the Meadowlands District s spectacular scenic beauty and wildlife with a two-hour guided pontoon boat cruise of the Hackensack River and its surrounding marshes on July 10 at 10 a.m. and July 11 at 13 5 30 p.m. Pontoon boat cruises depart from River Barge Park 260 Outwater Lane Carlstadt. NJMC staff will discuss the region s human and environmental history and point out birds and other wildlife along the way. Pre-registration is required. The cost is 15 per person for ages 10 and up. For a complete schedule directions and to register visit http www.njmeadowlands. gov environment tours.html or call 201-460-4640. Flight of the Raptor a free program for seniors will be held at the Meadowlands Environment Center 2 DeKorte Park Plaza Lyndhurst on Thursday July 11 at 2 p.m. Jennifer Pena master falconer will host this bird of prey demonstration. For more information call 201-460-8300 or visit www.njmeadowlands. gov ec. Take a three-hour guided canoe tour exploring the Hackensack River and its marshes with the NJMC on July 13 at 8 30 a.m. The tour launches from Mill Creek Point Park Secaucus. Paddlers will learn the basics of salt marsh ecology and enjoy the magnificent natural and man-made scenery while rowing past wetlands and down creeks. Pre-registration is required. Admission is 15 per person for ages 10 and up. For more information or to register visit www.njmeadowlands.gov environment tours. html or call 201-460-4640. The Lyndhurst Library Children s Room 355 Valley Brook Ave. invites children in grades pre-k to 2 for a walk-in story and coloring time on Mondays Wednesdays and Thursdays at 6 30 p.m. No registration is required. Children in grades pre-k to 6 are welcome at the library every Monday and some Wednesdays (July 6 24 and 31) from 3 to 4 p.m. to make an origami animal zoo. Registration is required. Eliot the Super Magic Man will be at the library with jokes magic tricks and more magical entertainment on Wednesday July 10 at 4 p.m. The show will also include Super Bunny and Super Bird. Children ages 3 to 10 are welcome. Registration is required. The library will host Outrage Hisss...Pet an animal show on Wednesday July 17 from 4 to 4 30 p.m. Children in grades pre-k to 6 can learn some cool facts about animals. Registration is required. Science meets art in a hands-on special event at the library on July 25 at 4 30 p.m. for children ages 7 to 14. Students will get an up-close and personal look at different fossils from around the world. Kids will play archaeologist as they create fossil rubbings dig through sand to uncover dinosaur bones and even create a fossil impression out of clay. Registration is required. Children in grades 3 to 6 can learn checkers at the library on Tuesday July 9 and Thursday July 11 from 2 30 to 4 p.m. on both dates. Registration is required. A checkers tournament will be held at the library in three rounds (children must be committed to all three rounds) on the following dates from 2 30 to 4 p.m. first round July 16 semifinal round July 18 final practice July 23 and final round July 30 from 2 to 4 p.m. Space is limited and registration is required. The library is offering basic to intermediate computer classes to the public. Registration is required to pair up tutors with learners. To register call the Reference Department at 201-804-2478 ext. 4. St. Michael the Archangel Parish 624 Page Ave. is participating in the Fortnight for Freedom 14 days of prayer and fasting for religious liberty ending July 4. The Fortnight for Freedom events conclude on July 4 with prayers after 7 of North Arlington has scheduled trips to the Taj Mahal in North Arlington Atlantic City on Tuesday July Queen of Peace High 9 and Tuesday Aug. 13. The School 191 Rutherford Place cost is 25. Participants receive announces head football coach 25 in slot play. Call Florence Robert Kearns will offer a free at 201-991-3173 for more inforfootball camp for all boys enmation or reservations. tering grades 5 to 8 July 22-24 9 a.m. to noon at the school s Nutley football field. The camp will Applications for the 2013 center on fundamentals rules Senior Farms Market Nutriweight room instruction in tion program vouchers are and out of season training nu- now available at Nutley Detrition and game preparation. partment of Public Affairs 149 Campers should wear T-shirt Chestnut St. shorts and sneakers. Water As per the Essex County and Gatorade will be supplied. Division of Senior Services all Registration is not required. Nutley residents ages 60 and For more information contact older and income eligible are Ed Abromaitis at 201-998-8227 now required to pre-register ext 31. to receive vouchers for the North Arlington Public Li2013 season. Vouchers will be brary 210 Ridge Rd. is regisdistributed on Friday July 12 tering for its summer reading 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Essex program through July 5 on a County Branch Brook Park first-come first-served basis Cherry Blossom Welcome in person or online at http Center where the county will bit.ly 11uEKUz. Children who host a Farmer s Market kickoff complete the reading portion event. Transportation to the of the Summer Reading Club event will be provided on an will be recognized at a ceras-needed basis. Applicants need valid ID as well as proof emony on Thursday Aug. 15 of income. (Income eligibility at 6 p.m. annual income of 21 257 or The library is offering the following children s programs less or 1 772 monthly or less for a single applicant). Resifrom July 8 to Aug. 9 dents can pre-register for the Ages 2-5 Library Lullaprogram during office hours bies- Tuesdays at 10 a.m. and Bookworm Babies- Thursdays 8 30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday thru Friday. Approved resiat 10 a.m. dents will receive four 5 couAges 6-10 Dig into Craftspons which can be redeemed Tuesdays at 11 30 a.m. for fresh fruit and vegetables Ages 10-13 Tween Book only at any farmers market in Club- Thursdays at 3 45 p.m. the state from July through Ages 14-18 YA Book ClubNovember. For more informaThursdays at 6 30 p.m. tion call 973-284-4976. Special events for children Join Nutley Public Library will be held weekly at the for story times and songs library on Wednesdays from July 10 to Aug. 7. Registration at the Farmer s Market in Municipal Lot 1 (on William for these programs will open St. on the east side of Franklin up a week before the schedAve.) on Library Outreach uled event date. Day July 7 at 10 a.m. 11 a.m. The library will present these drop-in programs for all noon and 1 p.m. Kids of all ages are welcome. There ages Board Games- Mondays will also be a raffle. Summer at 10 30 a.m. and the Family reading program participants Morning Movie- Fridays at receive extra points for par10 30 a.m. ticipation. This event is free. The Senior Harmony Club a.m. Mass and 9 a.m. Mass. Nutley Little Theatre 47 Erie Place will offer an eightweek series of improvisation classes for adults on Sundays July 7 to Aug. 25 7 30 to 9 30 p.m. Students must be 18 or older and attend all classes or notify the instructor of a planned absence. Tuition of Summer improv classes at NLT 200 may be paid via check to Nutley Little Theatre no later than July 7. Space is limited and interested students are urged to register now via e-mail to NLTactingclass gmail.com. Students will explore the possibility of having fun on stage regardless of prior training. Every two weeks students will improvise before an audience. Actors will engage in team dynamics as it comes to spontaneity the fundamentals of staged storytelling the hidden unplanned life as actors explore the characters they play. Dickson Lane a professional actor for nearly 40 years will teach the class. Lane has taught many improvisation classes and has worked with the Spontaneity Shop in London an internationally recognized improvisation company. He studied at the North Carolina School of the Performing Arts and at Webber Douglas Academy in London. Questions about the improvisation classes may be directed to him at dickson xpresslane.biz or by phone to 973-280-9686. Information about NLT may be found at http www. nutleylittletheatre.com. 22 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 3 2013 Real Estate PARKING from 03 DIRECTORY To advertise in this directory CALL 201-991-1600 761 Ridge Rd. Lyndhurst NJ 201-460-8000 Semiao & Associates 213 Kearny Ave Kearny NJ 201-991-1300 The Bixler Group LLC Real Estate & Insurance Since 1891 758 Kearny Ave. Kearny 201.991.0032 BixlerEST1891.com The Bixler Group Rosa Agency Realtors 551-553 Kearny Ave. Kearny 201-997-7860 www.RosaAgency.com a lot of good tenants because of the parking. People were getting a lot of tickets for parking in yellow zones or other prohibited areas because they were desperate. And Hernandez added let s say you have visitors where do they park Now however some relief appears to be in sight thanks to a cooperative agreement reached between the township and Essex County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo. Township Manager Kevin Esposito said last week that the county has agreed to yield several feet of right of way to the former hospital property to allow the township to widen Carpenter St. by a fixed length and thereby create more parking for the residents along the street by allowing residents to park on both sides of Carpenter which will remain one-way. The job which will include removal of several trees along the right of way will be done by A&J Contractors Group Inc. of Monroe Township Esposito said. A&J is the same firm that has been contracted to pave several designated streets in the township. We definitely need more parking up there said Second Ward Councilman Steven Rovell. Councilman Michael Nicosia said the township engineer has come up with a preliminary estimate that the work will price out at around 75 000. The township is looking at two ways to pay for it either tapping unused federal Community Development Block Grant funds or using money from the sale of the former School 1 property Hank pointed out that the agreement was secured after [the county] had put the [former hospital] property out to bid. We were nervous about that. Work on the right of way was expected to begin this week. The county has tentatively designated Alma Realty of New York as the high bidder at 3.7 million for the 34-acre hospital property conditional on the county freeholders approving the sale. The status of the Great Lawn fronting Belleville Ave. remains in question. Members of the Pathen family and a group of other investors have looked to acquire this property but the transactions have been stalled by litigation. The township has introduced legislation looking to the possibility of exercising the power of eminent domain to acquire the land to preserve it as open space. 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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. 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 Arlington Real Estate Owned & Operated by the Capobianco family since 1924 MORE FOR LESS - This Kearny home ACT contains 4 bedrooms and 2 baths Natural wood CONTR U Nand aR trim D E 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. 201.991.0905 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 3 2013 23 SWAMI from 20 Similarly in the governance of the affairs of the world there are posts such as Agni Dev (the god of fire) Vyu Dev (the god of the wind) Varu Dev (the god of the ocean) Indra Dev (the king of the celestial gods) etc. Souls selected by virtue of their deeds in past lives occupy these seats for a certain amount of time. Then they fall from their posts and others occupy these seats. Thus souls get these posts of Agni Dev Vyu Dev Indra Dev Varu Dev etc. only temporarily. We cannot compare them to the Supreme Lord. This distinction should be borne in mind between the various forms of Bhagavn or God and the celestial gods or devats of swarg. Hence Shree Krishna says in the Bhagavad Gita that people who worship the celestial gods are less intelligent. Those who are situated in knowledge worship the Supreme Lord. 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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 SOLD KEARNY One Family Manor Section 4 Bedrooms 2 Baths Asking 349 900 Looking for a career in Real Estate Please call us today for a confidential interview ROB KEYPOINTMORTGAGE.COM 201-998-9050 Fax 201.820.0505 758 Kearny Avenue Kearny NJ 07032 201-991-0032 24 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 3 2013 the area. In the course of the search Officers Ben Wuelfing Joe was set at 1 500. Martin and Tom Floyd entered Quick Chek and came across June 23 three men one of whom At 1 a.m. Officer Tom Ponmatched the description of the trella responded to Walmart on a report of someone selling robbery suspect. He reportedly gave the name of Luis Anibal merchandise from a vehicle. who was said to have a warrant In the parking lot Pontrella outstanding from Newark. located a 1999 Dodge van The suspect was placed with Maryland plates. Police under arrest and transported said the driver 26-year-old North Brunswick resident Ga- to HQ where it was found that briel Hernandez was unable to he was in possession of three produce a driver s license and cell phones and a set of keys was found to have outstanding police said. The keys and one of the phones reportedly bewarrants from Dunellen and longed to the Kearny victim. East Brunswick. Hernandez Police said they also found was placed under arrest on the that Anibal was actually Luis warrants transported to HQ Ramos 22 from Newark who for processing and issued a was wanted on a 100 000 summons for being an unlirobbery warrant. Ramos was censed driver. charged on that warrant and also with robbery weapons June 24 possession and possession of At 2 10 a.m. patrol units stolen property. responded to a report of a The Kearny victim s street robbery in the area of property was returned to him Wilson Ave. and Forest St. and the origin of the other and arrived to find that a man phones in Ramos possession had been threatened with a is being investigated. handgun and been relieved of his cell phone cash and keys. At 3 30 a.m. Officers Dean Officers obtained a description Gasser and Tom Floyd reand direction of flight of the sponded to an altercation in assailant and began to search KPD from 04 the area of Kearny and Wilson Aves. where they found that a woman had been assaulted and that the alleged assailant was still at the scene. After gathering the facts the officers advised 30-year-old Kearny resident Robert Rushing that he was under arrest and Rushing responded by pulling away from the officers and swinging wildly at them police said. When the officers reengaged Rushing he allegedly punched Gasser in the shoulder and Floyd in the chest before being forcibly taken to the ground handcuffed and placed in a patrol car wherein he attempted to kick the window out police reported. Rushing was taken to HQ where he was charged with three counts of aggravated assault and one count of resisting arrest and was offered medical attention for injuries he sustained during the arrest. The original victim of his assault was transported to Clara Maass Medical Center. At 10 p.m. Officer Ben Wuelfing responded to a report that two individuals wearing backpacks and having their faces covered with bandanas were lurking around parked cars in the area of Highland and Wilson Aves. While searching the area Wuelfing observed the two at Belgrove Drive and Rose St. and as he approached on foot they began to flee. Wuelfing was able to capture one of the individuals on Clark St. and found that the suspect was a 14-year-old Harrison youth who was allegedly in possession of a GPS unit a car phone charger a car radio faceplate -- and a razor knife. The youth was transported to HQ where police reported it was determined that the items had been stolen in recent Kearny car burglaries. They boy was released to his mother after processing. Sgt. Robert Maguire and Det. Mark McCaffrey of the Juvenile Unit were able to identify a 15-year-old Kearny youth who was also allegedly involved and he was taken into custody the following day. June 25 Shortly after 8 a.m. Officer Tom Bannon was utilizing one of the department s license plate readers on the 600 block of Schuyler Ave. when it alerted him to a 1996 Acura with a suspended registration. After stopping the vehicle he found it was operated by 27-year -old Kearny resident Michelle Roselli. Using the department s info-cop system Bannon determined that she had a suspended license and was the subject of outstanding warrants from Wall Township Toms River Mantoloking and Harrison police said. She was arrested and transported to HQ for processing and bail purposes. June 26 At 11 20 a.m. Sgt. John Taylor was conducting random registration checks on Passaic Ave. utilizing a mobile data computer which returned an active warrant hit for the owner of a 2004 Pontiac that was passing his location. Taylor stopped the vehicle and determined that the driver Rakeem Kelly 36 of East Orange was the subject of the warrant that had been issued by East Orange police said. Kelly was arrested and transported to HQ and was able to post the required bail. Karen Zautyk MOVED We are now located at has 39 Seeley Ave. Kearny NJ Deadline for obituaries Monday by 10 AM Joao Caetano Joao Caetano passed away on June 29. He was 67. Arrangements are by the Armitage and Wiggins Funeral Home 596 Belgrove Dr. Kearny. A funeral Mass will be held Tuesday July 2 at 10 a.m. in Holy Cross Church Harrison and burial will follow at Holy Cross Cemetery. Joao is survived by his wife Maria (da Conceicao) and his children Arlete Campos (Adrian) and John Caetano (Jessica). He also leaves his sisters Maria Arlete Almeida and Maria Celeste Portijo and three grandchildren. Alfredo De Brito V. Galvao passed on June 18. Mrs. Griffin was predeceased by her husband of 59 years John. Survivors are her sons and daughters-in-law John and Joyce of Fairfield and Mel and Susan of Kearny daughters Barbara Griffin of Florida Patricia Klimek of Kearny Marie Faulkner of Jackson a sister Ruby of Tennessee 11 grandchildren nine great-grandchildren many nephews nieces and friends. She was loved and will be missed by many. Alfredo De Brito V. Galvao died June 26. He was 95. Born in Gondoriz Arcos de Valdevez Portugal he moved to the U.S. in 1966 first settling in Newark and then moving to Kearny 36 years ago. Arrangements were by the Armitage and Wiggins Funeral Home 596 Belgrove Dr. Kearny. A funeral Mass was held in St. Cecilia s Church Kearny followed by entombment at Holy Cross Cemetery. To leave an online condolence please visit www.armitagewiggins.com Mr. Galvao is survived by his wife Maria (Barreiro) and his daughters and their husbands Emilia and Tomas Veloso Rosa and Armando Martins Alice Esteves Ines and Jaime Da Cunha Esmeralda and Jose Rebimbas and Maria and Americo Nobre. He also has a brother Antonio 14 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. If you would like to make a memorial donation the family asks that you consider Parkinson Research. Elizabeth A. Griffin Elizabeth A. Griffin 94 remains eternally grateful for the Bible that allowed him to return home safely. He was the commander and a lifetime member of the Sgt. William Sawelson VFW Post 340 Harrison for over 50 years and Past District 3 VFW Commander. William was also a lifetime member of the D.A.V. Post 22 in Belleville and of the Railsplitters of Missouri. He was a member of the American Legion Post 282 Harrison. William worked as a truck driver for 37 years at Merit Distribution Center in William R. Hartman Sr. Kearny until his retirement WW II Army Veteran in 1987. Predeceased by his William R. Hartman Sr. wife Lorena (nee Mitchell) age 93 of Harrison formerly in 2008 he is survived by of Lakeville Pa. entered his loving children Joan into eternal rest at home on Ostrowski Joyce Patterson Friday June 28. Robert William Jr and Carol A funeral service will be Liotti nine grandchildren held at the Mulligan Funeral and seven great-grandchilHome on Tuesday July 2 dren. He was predeceased at 11 a.m. Friends may call by his brother Charles HartTuesday morning after 10 man. a.m. William s interment will In lieu of flowers the famfollow at Brigadier General ily kindly requests contribuWilliam C. Doyle Veterans tions in loving memory of Memorial Cemetery Wright- William. stown. For information directions or to send condoValarie Ann Fullone Hodnett lences to the family please Valarie Ann Fullone Hodvisit mulliganfuneralhome. nett 55 died Wednesday org. June 26 at the Memorial Born in Scranton Pa he Sloan Kettering Hospital in lived most of his life in HarNew York City. rison. William was a WWII Born in Newark she lived Army veteran. While fighting in the Battle of the Bulge Prayer to St. Jude William sustained serious Most holy apostle St. Jude faithful servant and friend of Jesus the Church honors and invokes you univershrapnel wounds and earned sally as the patron of difficulty and of desperate cases a Purple Heart. However it of things almost despaired of Pray for me I am so was his G.I.-issued Bible that helpless and alone. Make use I implore you of that particular privilege given to you to bring visible and William always remembered. speedy help where help was almost despaired of. At the time he was injured Come to my assistance in this great need that I may the Bible he carried in his receive the consolation and help of heaven in all my necessities tribulations and sufferings particularlybreast pocket was struck (make your request here)-and that I may bless God by a bullet that penetrated with you and all the elect throughout all eternity. the entire text (including all I promise you O blessed St. Jude to be ever mindful of this great favor and I will never cease to honor you the family photos William as my special and powerful patron and do all in my carried with him) before power to encourage devotion to you. Amen. stopping at the last page just H.A.B. above his heart. His family obituaries THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 3 2013 25 To submit an obituary obituaries theobserver.com Clifton N.J. 07012. Kathleen A. McKenna Mrs. Kathleen A. McKenna (nee O Neill) a lifelong Kearny resident died on Sunday June 30 in St. Michael s Medical Center in Newark. She was 60. Kathy had been employed by Pomptonian Caterers for many years and had worked in West Hudson Hospital and Kearny High School as a dietary aide. She was also a member and past president of the Fraternal Order of the Eagles nest 2214. She ran the yearly Christmas toy drive for the Eagles. She was predeceased by her husband Jack McKenna and her parents Gerard and Agnes O Neill. Kathy is survived by her daughter Jeryl Lawless and Jeryl s fianc Justin Allaire as well as her brother Jay O Neill. Funeral services were held privately and entrusted to the Condon Funeral Home Kearny. fax 201-991-8941 in North Arlington before moving to Kearny 30 years ago. Val s contagious smile lit up everyone s life her humorous personality will be missed by all her family and friends and her generous nature will be missed by all a family member said. She was the beloved mother of Candace Hodnett and her husband Paul Isolano Jody Lyn Jessica and Kyla Hodnett the devoted daughter of James and Mollie (nee D Adamo) Fullone the loving sister of James Fullone Jr. Philip Fullone Carol Jean Giammetta and Susan Smedberg the cherished aunt of Dennis Marisa and Julia and the former wife of Patrick Hodnett. The funeral was from the Parow Funeral Home 185 Ridge Rd. North Arlington on Saturday June 29 with a funeral Mass in Our Lady Queen of Peace Church North Arlington. Donations in her memory may be made to the Angels of Animals P.O. Box 534 MARIO TEIXEIRA JR. 2542 DIRECTOR-MANAGER Shaw-Buyus Home for Services 138 DAVIS AVE. KEARNY NJ 07032 Tel (201) 991-2265 Mulligan Funeral Home 331 Cleveland Avenue Harrison Licensed Funeral Directors serving your needs include 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 Frank X. Mulligan III Manager NJ Lic. 4221 Frank X. Mulligan Jr NJ Lic. 2953 . Private Parking at 10 Frank Rodgers Blvd. North visit us at www.mulliganfuneralhome.org 973-481-4333 Wilfred Armitage & Wiggins Funeral Home 596 Belgrove Dr. Kearny NJ 07032 (201) 991-0657 26 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 3 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 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 To place an ad call 201-991-1600 classified theobserver.com APARTMENTS FOR RENT KEARNY Modern 3 room apt. 1 bedroom. HT HW included. Refrigerator included. Ideal for one person. Smoke free and quiet resident. 900 month. Please call (201)600-0233 to schedule an 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)985-3660. KEARNY3 bedrooms LR DR kitchen. Two family house. 1-1 2 months security. No pets. Available July 1st. (973)985-3660. Kearny 1 bedroom Apt. 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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. No pets. 1 month security. 1000 Separate utilities. Avail August 1st. Call after 5pm ONLY (973)477-5539 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. 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. 750 Efficiency Apt. HT HW included. 1-1 2 months security. Call Super between 11am-8pm (201)998-9006 KEARNY 3rd floor. 4 rooms. Wood floors. Fridge. Lots of closet space. 900 month. 1-1 2 months security. No pets. Available Aug 1st. Utilities Separate. Near KHS. (201)997-4977 KEARNY Large 4 Rooms Utilities separate. Washer Dryer Hook Up. (908)789-2505 (908)233-0698 APARTMENTS FOR RENT KEARNY 4 1 2 rooms 2nd floor Good Location 6 family. Stove refrigerator w w new carpet renovated bathroom kitchen & w.d. hook-up. New carpets. Separate utilities. No pets. No smoking. 1200 1-1 2 months security. Available now. 201-998-2615. 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 4 rooms no pets 1 month security close to transportation & school Parking & Laundry Room. Available July. 1150 mo (201)998-7553 (551)655-1360 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 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. (973)727-0406. Se habla espa ol. BELLEVILLE 475 Washington Ave. 2 apartments available 1 bedroom LR kichen. 900 & 800 HT HW included. (201)961-5936 (973)465-0166 BELLEVILLE NUTLEY AREA. 3 ROOMS FOR RENT LARGE BEDROOM. FULL BATH. PLEASE CALL (973)751-4882 or (862)201-9856 APARTMENTS FOR RENT KEARNY KEARNY 2 family 2nd floor. HALL FOR RENT Rental Affordable A C Nice Setting North Arlington 2- Mother Daughter homes. Call for details. N.Newark like new. 2 family house by Belleville Border Area. 3 bedrooms on each floor garage and offstreet parking. 359 000 call for details Party Hall 201-889-6677 201-572-1839 BUILDING FOR RENT OHARA AGENCY (201)997-6300 HOUSE FOR RENT 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 LYNDHURST Commercial Building 2400 sq.ft. 1795 month. (973)227-1851 or (973)760-4877. 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 REAL ESTATE WANTED Real Estate Looking to buy a 2 family house 200 000 1 garage backyard 3 bathrooms 6 bedrooms. Contact 201-284-0898 Email gredhead aol.co m OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT KEARNY Small office space for rent. Supply own utilities. Call after 7pm. (201)998-5184 Modern office storefront for rent. 650. Heat included. (973)960-3531 (201)991-2806 BUSINESS FOR SALE Cooking Truck California Style for sale. 4000 or best offer. (973)919-4476 SPACE FOR RENT APARTMENTS FOR RENT APARTMENTS 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 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 2nd floor HT HW included Utilities. Available July 1st (201)998-4060 call for appointment. KEARNY 3 Bedroom Apt 1300. 1 month security Available Immediately. Call (201)622-8315 CONSECUTIVELY BLOOMFIELD BLOOMFIELD 39 Edison St. 2nd floor 2 beds Bath LR kitchen. parking. Available July. 1100 security Jenny (201)725-8355 SPECIAL MUST RUN THREE & FOUR WEEKS BELLEVILLE 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. 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 360 Washington Ave. 1 bedroom LR kitchen. HT HW refrigerator and stove included. Parking laundry AC wall unit. (973)932-6848 (732)493-1165 KEARNY Arlington Section. 1 bedroom 800 security Heat & Hot water included. (908)696-1866 E.NEWARK 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 Beautifully redone 3 bedroom apartment. Arlington section. New Kitchen New Bathroom. 1 car garage. Must see. 1650 plus 1-1 2 months security. No pets. (908)227-8747 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 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 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 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 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 3 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 N.ARLINGTON 1 bedroom garden apts. HT HW & parking included. No pets. 1-1 2 months security. (201)342-2206 N.ARLINGTON 2 bedrooms hardwood floors garage. 1 month security 1 year lease. 1400 utilities separate. Available August 1st. (201)998-1663 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. 1295 month plus utilities. 1-1 2 months security. Available August 1st. (201)997-3348 N.ARLINGTON 3 Rooms. One bedroom. 1st floor. 975. HT HW Included. 1-1 2 Months Security. Available August 1st. (201)998-1663 27 To place an ad call 201-991-1600 classified theobserver.com 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. APARTMENTS FOR RENT 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 1 bedroom kitchen LR & bathroom. Available August 1st. Close to PATH. 800 month 1-1 2 months security. Separate utilities. Call Carlos at (201)274-6698 HARRISON 2 bedroom apt. on Harrison Ave. 3rd floor. 1200 month. Separate utilities. Available August 1st. (862)400-2841 HARRISON 2 bedrooms LR DR EIK 1050 month. 1-1 2 months security. No Pets. Separate utilities. (973)380-9007 HARRISON 3rd floor. Efficiency plus kitchen. Available immediately. 1-1 2 months security. Pay own utilities. 800 month. NO PETS. (201)955-5325 for appointment HARRISON 4 rooms 1st floor. No pets. Smoke free. 980 Utilities. 1 1 2 months security. References required. (973)482-9786 APARTMENTS FOR RENT 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 APARTMENTS FOR RENT NORTH NEWARK N.NEWARK 3 room apt. HT HW refrigerator stove. Parking for one car. 800 month. No pets. Ask for Al (973)284-0904 N.NEWARK Large 1 2 & 3 bedroom apts Section 8 accepted. Available Immediately. Call (973)202-8580 Super (973)925-3812 N.NEWARK Near Belleville line overlooking a view of Branch Brook Park 2nd floor 4 rooms LR kitchen. 1150 month utilities . 1-1 2 months security. Available Immediately. No laundry or pets. For more info call Jennie (973)485-6417 Weekdays from 9am-9pm. KEARNY- Room for rent. Excellent neighborhood. Easy access to transportation super market and shopping center. No smoking. Female preferred. Available immediately. 125 week. (201)991-4633 A Family owned auto body facility with a loyal customer base seeks a Full time qualified bodyman. The shop is an established 12 000 sq.ft. state of the art facility which has been in business for over 30 years. The shop is located minutes from Newark Airport (Newark Ironbound). The qualified bodyman must have tools and experience in all metal repairs. Call 973-344-5403 Assistants Bilingual 12- 18 hr Bnfts. FT PT. Company will Train. Call Sara 973-748-5306 X319 ROOM FOR RENT Groomer Needed With Experience Must Be responsible & Love Animals Start Immediately Call (201)991-0301 (973)277-2996 Help Wanted To Install Seamless Gutters Must Have Valid NJ Drivers License (201)954-4287 EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT FAIR DEAL DAN Handyman Painter Sheetrock and Plastering Odd Jobs. Basic plumbing repair leaky faucets replace faucets sinks toilets. Replace windows and door screens. 20 years experience. (201)448-1563 HANDYMAN EMPLOYMENT LANDSCAPING AFFORDABLE & SIMPLE LANDSCAPING Spring clean-ups mowing Hedge trim mulch flower planting & more. Reasonable Rates. Sr discounts available Dave 201-286-7224 LYNDHURST LYNDHURST 1 bedroom 1200 3 bedroom 1650. Section 8 OK. (973)227-1851 (973)760-4877. We use E-Verify or LYNDHURST 2nd floor. 2 Bedrooms LR DR Bath & Kitchen. Utilities Not Included. (201)640-2592 Man in wheelchair Seeks Assistant for tasks shopping home care. Flexible Part Time hours. Must have car. (973)592-3838 ROOFING All Roofing & Siding. Also Repairs. Work guaranteed. Lic. 13VH02536200 Free Estimates 20% Senior Citizen Discounts (201)893-0656 G & R Builders N. ARLINGTON N. ARLINGTON spacious 2 bedroom apt. Central air Wood Floors Renovated bathroom 1400 Utilities 1 1 2 month Security. 973-368-3885. 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 ROOM FOR RENT KEARNY Room for rent. No cooking. No smoking. Hablamos espa ol. (201)424-7465 KEARNY Room for rent. Private bathroom for single working person. All utilities cable & internet included. 525 month. 1 month security. No Kitchen No pets No smoking. Please call 201-250-9860. KEARNY Room for working female preferred. Share kitchen and bathroom. No smoking. Utilities included. 500 month security. (201)997-3047 Now hiring servers & bus boys w experience. Bilingual. Call (551)580-2244 Part time Insurance Biller Office work. Must speak Spanish. (201)998-6231 Real Estate Agents Call for a confidential interview or if interested in taking a local real estate course to obtain your license CALL Mid-Realty Inc. (201)991-5719 Seamstress Tailor Wanted with Experience PT FT Red bank Area. 732-741-1999 Michael Costurera necesitada Con Experencia Tiempo Medio Completo. Area Red Bank. 732-741-1999 Michael. Construction Design Maint. Clean Ups Shrub Trimming Grass Cutting Lic.13VH04443200 ANDRIELLO LANDSCAPE NUTLEY NUTLEYLarge 1 Bedroom apartment 2nd Floor private house 1250 Utilities No pets. Call Steve 201-341-7825. CDL Drivers A B Call Today Start Tomorrow Great Pay & Benefits. (201)991-1586 Driving Instructor Full Time & Part time & Driving Agent Part Time. Must have NJ license for 4 years clean driving record and pass background check. Reliable. Call Lisa 201-246-8000 Doors Decks Kitchen Baths. Complete Home Renovation. Quality workmanship. All work guaranteed. Free Estimate. Fully Insured Nick (201)997-7657 Roofing Siding Specialist. Windows N&J REMODELERS (201)939-7308 LANDSCAPING LLC Spring Clean-ups Lawn maintenance Top Soil Mulch Free Estimates (201)438-3991 MARIO ESPOSITO TUTORING Reading Tutor Special Education Teacher available for tutoring. Trained in the Wilson Fundations Reading Program. 973-769-2920 or TinaLeidl gmail.com 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. EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT 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 New Re-roofing Slate Repairs Gutters Cleaned Flat Roofing Also Do Painting Free Estimates Fully Insured (201)998-5153 HEATING & COOLING Cooling Heating Residential Service & Installation. Commercial Residentail repair. Walk-in boxes. Call Premier 201-927-1134. CARPET CLEANING CARPET CLEANING STEAM CLEANING AREA RUGS & UPHOLSTERY CLEANING ALL TYPES OF FIBERS CARPET SALES & INSTALLATIONS. 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All types of Carpentry.Reasonable rates quality work reliable experienced. 13VH06620900 DO IT ALL 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. SERVICES OFFERED SERVICES OFFERED (201)991-3223 J & A Supply All your garbage bag needs for your home office. Free Delivery. 25 for 100 Contractor bags. Call for appt. (201)312-7972 EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT Cut Your Mortgage In Half Maintain Your Current LifeStyle (201)805-4999 Free Call 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. 28 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 3 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 HOME IMPROVEMENT 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 To place an ad call 201-991-1600 classified theobserver.com RUBBISH REMOVAL A1 Affordable Rubbish Removal Attics Basements Yard Cleaning. We Haul or you Can Rent 10-15 Cubic Yard Containers. 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PARKING SPACE (973)803-0556 Yards Garages Basements Attics Real Estate Rubbish Removal Demolition Lic.13VH04443200 35 years experience Serving Kearny N.Arlington Lyndhurst Rutherford All Types Of Work Foundation Brick Work Basements Big or Small Jobs VIDREIRO MASONRY (908)834-7170 (862)576-7897 CONSTRUCTION Angel Martinez Construccion LLC Chimney Specialist Relining Chimney Caps Leaks Water Proofing Dampers Cleanings Flashings All types of Masonry Chimneys Rebuild Repairs Stucco Roofing Siding & Steps New and Repairs Gutters Service Fully Ins. and License (201)952-0076 Exterior & Interior Powerwashing & Housecleaning Decks & Siding Refinished FREE Estimates Senior Discounts William J. McGuire (201)955-2520 AN AMERICAN PAINTER ELECTRICAL SERVICES 25 years experience Twin Electric Quality Work. Good affordable prices. Senior discounts. Fully Insured. Bonded. Lic. 16158 (973)715-4150 (201)562-5985 CAR 200- 500 PAID ON THE SPOT. FREE TOWING 201-428-0441 ANY CAR VAN OR TRUCK. NO TITLE NO KEYS NO PROBLEM. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE J & F TOWING CA H 4 JUNK AUTOMOBILES WANTED 11 Belleville Sons recalled by BMS in annual review Eleven Belleville men who died in the Vietnam War were honored in Belleville Middle School this year as part of an annual project created by English teacher Dawn Buccino in partnership with Social Studies teacher Anthony Ferrara. The teachers collaborated once again on a Vietnam War unit culminating in students creating posters honoring the 11 men they were randomly assigned to study. Students researched their man using Belleville Sons Honor Roll a book written by Buccino s husband local author Anthony Buccino who spoke to the students about the 11 heroes the importance of honoring their service and keeping local history alive. The classes also heard from Belleville High School alumnus Bob Druther a Vietnam War veteran and Bronze Star recipient. Druther told students about his experiences in Vietnam and shared personal stories about some of the 11 men who were his friends and comrades. He also brought some of his medals including the Bronze Star for the students to see and hold. The finished posters were displayed in the halls of BMS in time for Memorial Day. Buccino returned to the school to judge the posters picking one winner for each man to be displayed across from the main office. The remaining posters were displayed on the third floor outside the students classrooms. The 2013 winning posters for the 11 Belleville Sons were for Helder DaSilva honored by Ashley Tulud John Hoar honored by Elijah Umar Jerry Donatiello honored by Lenny Haynoski Roger Crowell honored by Casandra Catanio Donald Saunders honored by Josh Yilmaz Ray DeLuca honored by Luis Cedano Frank Cancelliere honored by Elijah Bosques Alfred Barnes honored by Ananda Osborne Paul Nelson honored by Kaicy Naranjo William Branch honored by Naomi Hiraldo and Carl Mickens honored by Christina Sawires. A video of the posters may be viewed at http youtu.be MVA7IrncnhE. Information about the Belleville soldiers killed in the Vietnam war is available at bellevillesons.com. (201)893-1273 (201)874-1577 CLEANING SERVICES Annies Cleaning Service Homes offices. Move in-out cleaning. Gift Certificates Avail. 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Sheetrock plaster wallpaper removal and water damage repairs. Fully Insured. Free Estimate. No sub contractors or hiding costs. Harley 2000 Dyna Super Glide Sport. 10 000 miles. Extras included. Vance Hines exhaust and hardbags. Must see 7 700 (201)709-3319 MOTORCYCLE FOR SALE GARAGE & YARD SALE THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 3 2013 29 lege because of track. I always thought it was basketball or C mon Camila finish up we nothing. It s crazy how this all want to go home. And she happened. was still there. Alonso said that it was an I owe it all to my coaches honor to receive The Observer Alonso said. They molded me Female Athlete of the Year into the perfect athlete. They award. showed me how to carry it onto Now people know who I am the field and into life. and know my name Alonso And now Alonso has offers said. I had someone come to compete in track and field up to me at a dinner and say in college. She s weighing of Camila you made Lyndhurst fers from both East Carolina very proud. He didn t know me and the University of North but he said that nice thing. It s Carolina-Charlotte. She was nice to know that I ll be rememgetting interest from Division bered. I want to now do big III schools for basketball but things in college. I can do it if I now she s headed to Division I have the right mentality. in track and field. Alonso plans on majoring I wasn t even thinking of in criminal justice once she Division I schools Alonso said. decides what school she will I never thought of going to col- attend. ATHLETE from 17 Garfield School academic honors Robert Wasilak principal of Garfield School Kearny announces the following students achieved academic honors for the fourth marking period Super Honor Roll -- 4th Grade-Laura Gosnell Andy Mao -5th Grade-Briana Barros Ammar Elshikh Sharyn Gonzalez Richard Sanchez Gabriel DosSantos Sophia Gonzalez Angel Villavicencio and Esmeralda Garcia 6th Grade- Mia Carranza Angelica Cimirro Jose Contreras Nickolas Fiallos Joseph Figueiredo Santiago Gomez Wendy Gonzalez Samantha Marcano Sofia Martins Jared Miranda Szymon Nowak Rebekah Paszkiewicz Gerson Ruiz Katelyn Sanchez Andrew Tran Gail Velez Adriana Villanueva and Joshua Viveros. Honor Roll 4th GradeSamantha Barros Deborah Faria Sabena Raza Dylan Treanor Mariana ChavezCarranza Julie Freiling Samantha Herrera Yanniris Rosario Andres Sanchez Shania Vasquez Maryom Rahman George Malek Kiara Cruz Jose Bedon Daniel Bendezu Nora Bouayad and Anthony Rosas 5th GradeNicole Cohen Perez Sara Faria Emilio Heras Geovani Nieves Mark Tito Philip Chaves Kayla Fitgerald Hailey Hatfield Julia Iglesia Sonia Lopez Gonzalez Mairey Madalena Emily Marette Victoria Niedbal Claudia Oliveira Alexander Reynaga Federico Vazquez David Walters Sarah Wolenski Barbara Bellini Nicholas Flores Lidya Minase Jason O Keefe and Karina Perez -6th GradeHelder Cerqueira Chelsey Garcia Olivia Cerqueira Nicole Garma and Marlon Rodriguez. THEME MANIAS AND PHOBIAS ACROSS 1. L on clothes 6. Chicken _ __ king 9. Russia s 1917 abdicator 13. Bake an egg 14. Used for styling 15. Actress _____ Hunter 16. Interior decoration 17. Where bug is snug 18. Fill with optimism 19. ______phobia fear of large things 21. ______mania obsession for washing oneself 23. Chester White s home 24. Get what you sow 25. One who plays for pay 28. Crowning point 30. Dog stand staple 35. Hit the road 37. Salespeople 39. Half of diameters 40. To archaic 41. Muslim Supreme Being 43. Wettish 44. Not quite adults 46. Like acne-prone skin 47. One with oniomania does it often at stores 48. Comes clean 50. Edible mushrooms 52. Lenon s wife 53. King of India 55. Caribou kin 57. ______phobia fear of the moon 60. ______phobia fear of thunder 63. Annoy 64. Adams ___ Beckham 66. Popular garden flower 68. Small cap 69. Length of existence 70. Spooky 71. Foul substance 72. Goes with skip and a jump 73. Buttonholes e.g. DOWN 1. It was dropped in the 60 s 2. Attention-getter 3. George W. s Secretary of State 4. Rum cut with water pl. 5. Misprints 6. ____mania intense desire to be alone Solutions from 6 26 13 7. Romanian money 8. Pond buildup 9. Cough syrup balsam 10. Fence part 11. Type of sax 12. It s sometimes marbled 15. Assistant 20. Exercise wear material 22. Keep out 24. Not an original 25. It s a planet no more 26. Extend subscription 27. Many times 29. ____phobia hatred or fear of music 31. Boys 32. Sun Valley location 33. Neil or Paul e.g. 34. _____mania obsession with horses 36. A bunch 38. Welcomed by shoppers 42. _____mania severe form of mania 45. Borrower s warranty 49. Go for the gold 51. North and South faces 54. Biblical story of _____ and the whale 56. Show of respect 57. Tiresias in Oedipus Rex e.g. 58. Biblical twin 59. Extend credit 60. City sound 61. Reality TV s Spelling 62. I m __ __ 63. British broadcaster 65. ___mania self-worship 67. Da or oui 30 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 3 2013 DIRECT ASPHALT PAVING LANDSCAPING DESIGN ALL MASONRY WORK FULLY INSURED FREE ESTIMATES BUSINESS 5K RUN from 01 RY and Peter J. 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One big reason extracurricular groups need money is for travel Millar said. Examples the Fishing Club did a weekend trip to Brielle to catch blues and striped bass Alpha Omega a Christian club visited an evolution museum in Kentucky Students Against Drunk Driving (SADD) recently attended a national convention in California and the Culinary Club went to the City Farm Caf at Manhattan s Union Square Park to pick up items needed to plan and execute a banquet. The KHS fact sheet says the event will run from 8 to 11 a.m. with organizers setting up for the race at 7 a.m. and spending an hour in postrace mode doing cleanup. Racers will start at the back side of the KHS stadium football end zone at the south end of the field then exit the stadium to Forest St. go one block and turn right onto Quincy Ave. go one block and turn right onto Davis Ave. to enter West Hudson Park where they ll complete one loop around the park then turn right onto Davis and turning left onto King St. and continuing to the stadium entrance until they reach the finish line 165 meters down the track near the south field house. KHS is asking the town to place barricades along the race route and to close residential streets within the event area to vehicular access between 8 a.m. and 10 30 a.m. and run organizers will be responsible for notifying all residents affected by street closings and [parking restrictions] ... [and] will deliver fliers to residents doorsteps detailing [the] course map and street closures no later than Sept. 1 the fact sheet says. Organizers are asking the town for a police presence along the route for safety s sake. Photo by Ron Leir Race co-director John Millar displays flier for 5K run. The KHS Band will be positioned inside the stadium and will play as runners start and finish. Organizers will take pains to ensure that the music volume will not adversely impact on residents and businesses. Restroom facilities along with food and water will be available inside the stadium. As an added attraction organizers will set up tents to display student work and or to distribute information about student programs. Aside from the 5K race which KHS says will be USA Track & Field certified there are also plans for a fun race for children. I m very excited KHS Principal Al Gilson said. This will really build our culture and support our kids and it s a great way to kick off the school year. We ll also be showing our kids an example of a healthy life style. Our purpose is actually two-fold we do fundraising and we show the community what [our kids] do. And Gilson said it will be a good way to get kids who don t sign up for extra-curricular programs to get on board build a sense of community in our school. We re shooting for 500 to 750 participants Gilson said but I d love to get 1 000 or more. But organizers still have to pin down a budget for the event including such things as overtime for municipal police and or county sheriff s officers T-shirts and trophies certification and timing of the race race forms bibs pins and packet prep ribbons raffles and race announcer food and beverages race posters and lawn signs. Organizers will try to line up corporate sponsors to help subsidize the event Millar and Gilson said. Insurance coverage for the event is provided through the Board of Education s policy Millar said so that s one less item to factor into the projected budget. KHS art teachers are designing the race Tshirts he said. Gilson and Millar are the co-directors of the race but they ve got plenty of help from these volunteers Matt Weber is registration coordinator Jim Cifelli is course marshal Jennifer Correnti is volunteer coordinator Wendy Kerr is food coordinator Police Sgt. John Manley is logistics coordinators Sally Sprague is secretary Charlotte Harris is treasurer Chris McShane is design director and Alan Correnti is media coordinator. Millar is also awards coordinator. THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 3 2013 Nutley Health Department now offers shingles vaccine The Nutley Health Department is offering the shingles (herpes zoster) vaccination for people age 60 and over by appointment only. Shingles is a condition characterized by clusters of blisters which develop on one side of the body in a band-like pattern and can cause severe pain that may last for weeks months or years. CDC recommends a single dose of the zoster vaccine Zostavax for adults age 60 and over even if they have had a prior episode of shingles. This vaccine is recommended by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) a committee of immunization experts who advise CDC on immunization policy. The most common side effects in people who received Zostavax were redness pain and tenderness swelling at the site of injection itching and headache. Researchers found that overall in those ages 60 and above the vaccine reduced the occurrence of shingles by about 50 % and 64 % for ages 60-69. During their lifetime over 95 % of people are infected by the varicella zoster virus (VZV) the virus that causes the common childhood disease chickenpox. The virus becomes dormant within the nerves and if it reactivates later in life the result can be shingles. The risk of contracting shingles increases with age starting at around 50 and is highest in the elderly. About one in three persons will develop shingles during their lifetimes resulting in about one million cases of shingles per year. Shingles Facts Anyone who has had chicken pox can get shingles. That means 95 % of adults are at risk. Approximately onethird of the U.S. population will get shingles. More than half of older adults do not understand the seriousness of shingles and its complications. Among those who get shingles more than one-third will develop serious complications. The risk of complications rises after 60 years of age. Appropriate and immediate treatment of herpes zoster can control acute symptoms and reduce the risk of longer term complications. Starting anti-viral medication within 72 hours of the onset of shingles can reduce the pain and the length of time the outbreak lasts. For more information or to set up an appointment call 973-284-4976. The cost of the vaccine is 175. Free vaccine may be available if you qualify. Some insurance companies will reimburse you. 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