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July 24 2013 Vol CXXVI No. 9 COVERING BELLEVILLE BLOOMFIELD EAST NEWARK HARRISON KEARNY LYNDHURST NORTH ARLINGTON NUTLEY Hudson nets 589 guns in buyback Hudson County residents turned in a total of 589 firearms during the state-sponsored gun buyback held July 12-13 N.J. Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman announced last week. The program was part of an ongoing effort by N.J. authorities to stem gun violence by allowing residents to turn in up to three weapons per person no questions asked at designated sites. Those who handed over guns were paid up to 250 per weapon. The Hudson County collection sites were Mount Carmel Church in Bayonne Evangelismos Greek Orthodox Church in Jersey City and St. Anthony of Padua Church in Union City. Prior to the buyback The Observer inquired as to why there was no collection point in West Hudson. In an email a spokesman for the Attorney General s Office stated In each of the buybacks we ve done around the state -- including this latest one . . . -the actual host locations are recommended by county and local officials. The July 12-13 program in Hudson was held simultaneously with one in Union County where 1 010 guns were collected -- bringing the combined total to 1 599. At a press conference July 16 at the Hudson County Plaza in see GUNS page Nutley cops mayor battle it out Photos by Ron Leir Demonstrators outside Nutley Municipal Building at rally sponsored by township s PBA local. phonse Petracco who is head of the Public Safety Department. NUTLEY They followed that inside utley cops armed at the Township Commission with a giant inflatmeeting with speeches durable rat and joined by ing the public portion of the officers from other communi- meeting urging Petracco to ties staged an outdoor rally promote Capt. Tom Strumolo outside the Municipal Build- to deputy chief. Strumolo 39 ing last Tuesday to protest an 18-year cop is ranked No. 1 what they called political see PETRACCO page cronyism by Mayor Al- By Ron Leir Observer Correspondent N 09 She delivered cocaine now she gets jail A Lyndhurst woman a former U.S. Postal Service employee has been sentenced to 46 months in prison for her role in a scheme to intercept and distribute cocaine mailed from Puerto Rico to New Jersey U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced. The defendant Christina Nunez 30 previously pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Esther Salas to one count of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and distribution of 500 grams or more of cocaine and one count of mail theft authorities said. Salas imposed the prison sentence July 17 in Newark Federal Court. In June Nunez husband Luis A. Vega 37 was sentenced to 37 months for his role in distributing the cocaine-laden packages. According to documents filed in this case and statements made in court Since December 2010 Nunez had been receiving packages of cocaine which were mailed from Puerto Rico to delivery addresses along her mail route. Nunez would intercept the packages scan them as delivered -- despite never delivering the packages to the delivery addresses -- and ultimately transport them to conspirators in Camden. In February 2011 U.S. Postal Service inspectors seized approximately 1 300 grams of cocaine from an Express Mail see COCAINE page 201-991-1300 KEARNY OFFICE 213 Kearny Ave Kearny New Jersey C21Semiaokearny 21 201-460-8000 LYNDHURST OFFICE Semiao & Associates 761 Ridge Road Lyndhurst New Jersey Get CENTURY 21 Real Estate Mobile App. Visit http c21 13 C21Semiao TO SEECENTURY 21 HAS GONE MOBILE OUR AD THIS WEEK PLEASE TURN TO PAGE 24 23 02 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 24 2013 How can you resist these loving creatures West Hudson Publishing Company s Fastest Growing Free Weekly Newspaper Established 1887 Family Owned & Operated By Karen Zautyk Observer Correspondent LYNDHURST T Mary Tortoreti President Robert Pezzolla General Manager ADVERTISING Natalie Rodriguez - Ulloa Classified GM Kim Pezzolla Sales Rosemary Bennett Sales EDITORIAL Jim Hague Sportswriter Melissa Bastek Copywriter Ron Leir Correspondent Karen Zautyk Correspondent ART DEPARTMENT Michelle Rybeck Graphic Designer 39 Seeley Ave. Kearny N.J. 07032 Phone 201-991-1600 Fax 201-991-8941 ucked beneath some green awnings at 221223 Stuyvesant Ave. is a storefront that some might mistake for a pet shop. And indeed it does sell pet supplies. But when you walk through the door you are entering a special world filled with the kind of unconditional love that pet owners know that cats and dogs can offer to their human caretakers. It s also a little world filled with the kind of joy frisky pups and purring kitties provide. This is the local headquarters for the Humane Society of Bergen County. It is not its literature notes an animal shelter. But there you will find animals for adoption primarily cats and dogs but on occasion other critters. Parrots turtles iguanas snakes and sugar gliders ( a small omnivorous arboreal gliding possum belonging to the marsupial infraclass according to Wikipedia) have called the place home until they were adopted. (We would have loved to have seen a sugar glider since we had never even heard of it before.) When we visited recently cats ruled. We have kittens read a sign in the window. And there they were along with adult cats in their own special room which was immaculate. There were about 30 felines in residence Kathy Johnson executive director of the facility told us. The cats kits are housed in 6-foot-long cages each sparkly clean. But the felines basically have the run of the room. Photos by Karen Zautyk Clockwise from l. Kathy Johnson with one of the many kittens up for adoption two of the cats available and Tina a Yorkshire terrier. They re chasing each other around the floor playing with toys perched on cat towers or curled up on top of a cabinet surveying the activity below. In the course of a year Johnson said the Society takes in 100 to 200 dogs and more than 400 cats. The goal is a forever home for all of them sinc this is a no kill facility. Last week there were just six dogs three up for adoption and three in temporary care belonging to a woman who lost her home to Hurricane Sandy Johnson told us. The dog population may have increased since our visit since the Society will take dogs brought in by Animal Control. The Society s newsletter told the story of 10 such pups that were adopted last year after they were abandoned in two cat carriers left in a park in northern Bergen County. There were five small Yorkies and five Toy Miniature poodles. Suspicion is they were discarded by a breeder since the females had evidently had many litters of puppies the newslwtter notes. Tyco Animal Control sought help from the Society which got the dogs the health care they needed got them used to humans (they were frightened of people) and eventually found homes for all 11. (Yes originally there were 10 but one of the poodles turned out to be pregnant and gave birth in Lyndhurst.) It is people like those at the Humane Society of Bergen County Lost Pet Inc. (its official moniker) who counterbalance and compensate for the sort who abandon helpless animals in parks or on the streets or whereever is most convenient to dispose of an inconvenient animal. Johnson told us about one such abandoned creature that was left literally at the Society s front door. Arriving one morning staffers found a huge cage nailed shut with boards on top. What could possibly be inside It was a 9-foot king snake which someone must have tired of. And yes it found a home. Unlike some other animalrescue groups this one gets no government grants or see HUMANE page Deadlines Display Ads Thursday by 4PM Real Estate Thursday by 12PM Obituaries Monday by 10AM Classifieds Monday by 4PM 23 five day weather forecast Wednesday July 24 Thursday July 25 Friday July 26 Saturday July 27 Sunday July 28 Inside Editorial .............................06 Around Town ....................11 Real Estate ........................22 86 80 80 84 82 Partly Cloudy Partly Cloudy Isolated T-STorms Partly Cloudy Scattered T-Storms Obits ...................................25 Classifieds .........................26 Business Directory ..........30 Check back here for Upcoming Promos THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 24 2013 03 Civilian dispatchers coming aboard soon By Ron Leir Observer Correspondent KEARNY O ne year after the town designated East Orange to do the job Kearny has done an about face and now is hiring civilians to handle local ambulance and fire response calls. They could be starting to take those calls by sometime in September predicted Fire Chief Steven Dyl. They re undergoing background checks and then they have to go through training. It was in July 2012 that the mayor and Town Council acting on the recommendation of Dyl voted to contract out the emergency response telecommunications duties to the East Orange Fire Department for about 90 000 a year in place of uniformed KFD personnel. However the town abandoned those plans when after having installed the phone lines linking the Fire Department s Maple St. communications center with East Orange discovered that the town was left with an alarming coverage gap thanks to Superstorm Sandy playing havoc with the telecommunications technology. Last Tuesday July 16 the town governing body authorized hiring 15 men and six women as part-time public safety telecommunicator trainees (a non-competitive state Civil Service job title) assigned to the Fire Department to work a maximum of 24 hours per week at the current hourly rate of 15.25. Each will be on probation for 90 days upon starting their jobs. As of last Wednesday though that number had declined by one after a male hiree notified the town he was withdrawing Dyl said. It s unclear at this point whether he ll be replaced. Mayor Alberto Santos said that since the money required to pay the new appointees hasn t been budgeted the council will be asked to approve an emergency appropriation to cover the expense. For a full year the mayor estimated the cost at about 384 000 of which less than half will be needed for the balance of 2013. Ultimately Santos said the town should still see significant savings by not having to pay overtime to firefighter personnel to satisfy minimum staffing levels at the town s four fire companies. The town s current Fire Department roster which will stand at 83 as of Aug. 1 well short of the 102 called for by the KFD Table of Organization. Two dispatchers will be assigned to each 8-hour shift on a rotation basis Santos said. The dispatchers will be supervised by the fire chief or a deputy fire chief he added. The application process yielded many qualified candidates Santos said including many in the mix who have previous experience as dispatchers with different organizations so it looks promising that we ll be able to have a well-trained and knowledgable civilian dispatch center in the Kearny Fire Department. Eight of the 20 dispatchers are retired Kearny firefighters the mayor noted. There won t be a complete disengagement of uniformed services right away Santos said since the Fire Department will need to ensure a smooth transition with appropriate protocols applied by the new employees. The new dispatchers are James Baille Almecia Baskersville Rosemarie Baloga James Carey Stewart Docherty Robert Grusenski Barry Hruby Charles Kerr Josephine Love-Lofflin Kim Luciano-Alfieri Brian McCurrie Margaret Moore Alex Penelva Joseph Piumelli Riboberto Rivera Joseph Rizzolo Stephen Taylor Andrew Taylor Jr. Douglas Tilley and Diane Tilley. Meanwhile the Fire Department is faced with an increasing attrition rate in its ranks from retirements (the most recent being Capt. Michael Karlok looking to leave Aug. 1) while at the same time Santos said the town is struggling with higher expenses but reduced revenues. Nonetheless he said the town is committed to hiring more firefighters but they re finding that problematic. Our original [Civil Service appointment] list of 30 [candidates] is down to one Santos said. Some didn t respond some didn t pass background checks we ve never had this kind of experience before. Santos said the town is hoping to hire more cops possibly by next month. How many I don t know he added. What is known is that several municipal departments will be getting some parttime help and as a result will be better equipped to help the public. These new hires were approved by the mayor and council last week and they are as follows Finance Miriam Seda will be payroll clerk Daisy Solari will be a cashier in the tax collector s office and Elizabeth Blevis will assist the CFO with different projects. Urban Enterprise Zone Fatima Oliveira will split her time between UEZ and tax assessor. Construction Code Maria Quinteros will be a clerk typist. Health Catherine Quintana will be a bilingual clerk typist and assist with programs. 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Payments of principal [would] start Aug. 15 at 350 000 then go to 700 000 in 2019 drop to 650 000 in 2025 and 609 000 in 2027 said borough spokesman Thom Ammirato. Although the interest rate won t be known for sure until the bonds are sold Council President Al Granell who chairs the finance committee predicted that There will be considerable savings in interest and fees as we go from short-term notes that have to be renewed every year to [permanent financing]. The two Republicans on the council Rich Hughes and Joseph Bianchi voted against the bond resolution not over the strategy of going to long-term financing but in opposition to getting the document at the 11th hour. It s the correct thing to do Bianchi said but let me read it first. We got the resolution] 10 minutes before the meeting. It was 15 pages long and all those bonds. I just wanted a chance to read it. The council president [Granell] never warned us we were going to get it. The Democrats kept us in the dark about it. There was no reason to rush. If we d gone into closed session for say 30 minuts we could ve heard about it and we [Republicans] probably would ve approved it. 04 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 24 2013 the money to outstanding debt. However based on a part of the ordinance that he managed to read Bianchi wondered why the borough which had co-bonded 500 000 with Lyndhurst on the Joint Sewer Commission to buy new sewage pumps didn t apply the 250 000 it received from the N.J. Meadowlands Commission to pay off its share of the bond. The borough applied that money somewhere else and we wanted to know why but our bond counsel couldn t answer. Democrats said it made sense to go to long-term financing because the shortterm notes have interest rates that reset each year at the market interest rate prevailing when the notes are sold. And they said constant reauthorization of the notes Granell said the council puts the borough at risk needed to act now because because it cannot lock in a interest rates have been low interest rate and it must gradually ticking up in repay additional thousands of cent weeks. dollars in professional fees The council cannot afford associated with the annual to dawdle on this financing short-term borrowing. plan the longer we wait the The borough has two more it will cost the taxpay- temporary bond anticipaers Granell said. Had the tion notes coming due next council acted last year to month one is for 1.78 milconsolidate the borough s lion and the other is for 5.6 debt it would have saved million. more than 700 000 over Mayor Peter Massa said the life of the financing he It would be foolish not to added. seek permanent financing Democrats said the borfor this debt at this time. I ough managed to reduce its support the council majoridebt by about 1 million this ty s decision to take decisive year thanks to efforts by the action now that will allow borough auditor and adthe governing body to bring ministrator who they said financial stability to the closed out several state and borough. federal grants and applied Ron Leir Our dedicated dentists and caring staff provide world class dentistry to our patients and their families.... A DVA N C E D family dentistry DR. MARCO L. FERNANDEZ & ASSOCIATES General Cosmetic & Pediatric Dentistry Call for an appointment today and... For a FREE Phone Consultation Call Today at 201.991.0067 432 Ridge Road North Arlington NJ S M I L E O N . 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Suburban the lone bidder when bids for scavenger refuse services and for recycling services were received on May 2 will be paid 767 000 for the first year for regular trash collections with options to continue for two more years at the same annual price. And Suburban will get 209 000 for recyclable pickups for the first year with an option to renew at 219 000 for the second and third years. A Residential Guide to Single-Stream Recycling published by the township advises residents that under the new system all recyclables are placed in the same recycle bin aluminum and metal cans newspapers cartons books plastic bottles paper bags Photos by Ron Leir Separating recyclables in Belleville will be a thing of the past starting Aug. 1. paperboard cardboard (flatten all boxes) steel tin cans and empty aerosol cans glass bottles and jars magazines and catalogs and office and paper junk mail. Residents are reminded not to package recyclables in plastic bags. Residents should refrain from placing in their recyclable bin any trash plastic bags scrap metal needles or syringes plastic microwave trays Styrofoam organic material and food waste electronic waste (batteries cell phones computers etc.) paint pesticides oil and cleansers light bulbs medical waste hazardous materials auto parts or motor oil containers. Recyclables will be picked up on Wednesdays only. Residents are asked to place their recyclables at curbside on Tuesdays after 5 p.m. Recyclable bins should be no heavier than 50 pounds. Leaves grass and compost will be collected separately in paper leaf bags at curbside on the designated leaf and brush pickup day listed on the township s recycling calendar. Calendars are available at the Public Works Department 429 Stephens St. or may be viewed on the township website Owners of multi-dwelling buildings will be held responsible for their tenants compli- ance with recycling regulations. Offenders who fail to comply can expect to receive a summons and if found guilty a fine officials said. Belleville it turns out is going with the flow on singlestream strategy said state Department of Environmental Protection spokesman Bob Considine. While the state agency lets municipalities choose how to collect recyclables we can safely tell you [full commingling] is a trend Considine said. Single stream is now the norm in most counties as the public and private recycling center operators have been converting their processing operations over to this method over the past couple of years. N.J. State League of Municipalities Executive Director William Dressel concurs. It seems to be a trend to go see RECYCLING page 22 We looked far and wide for a home. We looked around the corner for our mortgage. With 41 New Jersey offices we re the local convenient mortgage lenders. 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Any letters that exceed the maximum will be edited at the discretion of the publisher who reserves the right at any time to reject or edit the letters for space. Letters must include the writer s name address and telephone number for verification purposes. The deadline for letters is Thursday at 5 p.m. Any letters that arrive after deadline will not be considered for the upcoming publication. Letters can be sent by e-mail to publisher or mailed to 39 Seeley Ave. Kearny N.J. 07032. Anonymous letters will not be published under any circumstances. 06 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 24 2013 Still plenty of afflictions to cure here & abroad action to force the combatants to the negotiating table and crack down on the flow of weapons into the country. Now the Obama administration with perhaps the best ou don t need to be of intentions says it supports tipped off by any ghost arming the anti-al Assad into know that the world surgents up to a point but has gone mad these days is that commitment a precurwith a global glut of insanity sor to troops on the ground sufficient to send any soberObama says it isn t but who minded soul into the abyss. knows Far be it from me to say that Meanwhile the lives of I ve got the answers for the Syrian citizens people just world s ills but at the very trying to make a living attend least I can bring a reminder of university etc. are being some of the crises to your atmightily disrupted and cities tention and perhaps a general along with ancient historic outcry from the masses will treasures are being destroyed. help bring pressure on our Something s got to give. public servants to right those So too with the peace talks wrongs. between the Palestinians and Turmoil in Syria continues Israel being aided and abetted to call for intervention by by U.S. Secretary of State John the international community. Kerry. With nearly 2 million of the If the negotiators for the country s residents displaced Palestinians can be persuaded by the civil war and with to acknowledge the existence many forced into crowded refand validity of the State of ugee camps surely that should Israel and if those who speak be enough to push the United for Israel can agree to comNations Security Council into promise a bit on the borders The time is out of joint O cursed spite That ever I was born to set it right Hamlet Act 1 scene 5 Y issue we could begin to see movement toward a two-state solution. No easy thing indeed after so much enmity in the region and blood spilled. But reasonable adults can find a way to agree for the sake of peace. In Russia meanwhile the recent conviction and sentencing of dissident Aleksei Navalny who was found innocent by a court of allegations that he stole from a timber company reminds us how the Putin regime treats those who dare speak out against officially-sanctioned corruption. It should also remind us that our country s democratic process skewed though it is in favor of the banks and big corporations still affords its citizens with an opportunity for due process and the right to be heard without facing the likely prospect of time behind bars. And despite the operations of secret FISA courts in the U.S. the New Jersey Supreme Court has offered some solace to privacy advocates with its majority ruling that law enforcement agencies must first secure a warrant before asking Verizon to track a suspect through his or her cell phone transmissions. Meanwhile where is the Congress headed with plans for immigration reform On the one hand one version of the bill being considered proposes to loosen current visa restrictions for foreign students for those highly-skilled and for agricultural workers for example and would create a 13-year path to citizenship for those living here since prior to 2012. Advocates say these measures will boost our economy by allowing the government to collect substantial new tax revenues from the influx of prospective new citizens. On the other hand the bill would double the length of the security wall across our southern border and double the number of security agents allegedly ensuring a 90% capture rate of those looking to enter the U.S. illegally. Conservatives are against the provisions of the bill that would extend citizenship opportunities to those currently here without the proper documents saying that is unfair to those who were born overseas and went through proper channels to establish themselves here legally. But America has always been a beacon to those living in developing countries or in lands where poverty is the daily norm. Should we now be thinking of closing our doors to those aspiring to make a better life for themselves and their families Compared to the rest of the world we are still a young country and still puzzling over how to interact with our neighbors in an ever-shrinking globe. And we are still a democratic republic with many of the republic s virtues though not perfect still intact. Let us endeavor to live up to those ideals as best we can in an imperfect world. Ron Leir Don t forget to check for news that didn t make it into this week s paper Follow us on Facebook & theobservernj WE VE GOT MAIL Superintendent Frank Ferraro. Mr. King s assertion prompts several questions. At the July 12 2013 special Who assigned George King meeting of the Kearny Board the task of assessing the deof Education the current meanor of his peers Since board majority seated a new when does a less- than- perpresident. This action came fect relationship between a as a result of the frivolous superintendent and board self-serving removal of president constitute grounds Bernadette McDonald at the for removal previous meeting. Had Mr. King and his On June 17 board memcohorts bothered to do the ber George King blindsided slightest bit of research beMrs. McDonald and some fore attempting to legitimize of the members by suddenly what can only be described presenting a resolution to as a hatchet job they would remove the sitting president have realized that state law for what he perceived as (NJSA 18A 15-2) and their disrespectful behavior toward own by-laws define quite To the Editor Displacing BOE president ill advised clearly the only valid reason for unseating a duly chosen presiding officer. The underpinning of both references is the precept that a board president can only be recalled for refusing to carry out the duties of the office. Not one of the members who voted against Mrs. McDonald cited even one instance of her refusal to carry out her duties -- NOT ONE So on what did Mr. King base his resolution Was it the tone of her voice the wording of an email or his personal opinion of her attitude Hardly objective I respectfully suggest that the difficulties between Superintendent Ferraro and President McDonald are not uncommon in the education community and that as two reasonable adults given time and opportunity they could have quietly and privately worked through them. The public dressing down of a woman who over the past 12 years has dedicated countless hours to our children and our schools served no purpose except to demean her. Much to her credit Bernadette stayed above the fray and is now pursuing legal measures to rectify the situation. Mr. King s resolution and the subsequent vote did nothing to remedy the situation. On the contrary it has deepened the wedge between the two factions of the board. It certainly has not helped the relationship between Mrs. McDonald and Superintendent Ferraro. The time and effort expended on this issue would have been better spent on the important challenges facing our schools. In addition it has prompted litigation the defense of which will prove futile and costly to the Kearny Board of Education. Good job guys Barbara Cifelli-Sherry Kearny THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 24 2013 07 KPD blotter 100 degrees 106 calls A t 7 a.m. last Wednesday July 17 the Kearny Police Department logged its 15 000th job for 2013. By 7 a.m. July 18 the tally was 15 106. That represents more than 100 calls for aid in a 24-hour period and during one of the hottest 24 hours of the year. Don t fret. We re not going to list all the reports here. Suffice it to say they ran the gamut from burglar alarms going off to disorderly conduct to medical emergencies --many heat-related to motor vehicle offenses accidents to criminal mischief. Etc. Along with one bizarre threat to hold a bicycle hostage. Not a bicyclist. A bicycle. At 5 p.m. July 17 nearly midway through the hectic span Officer Chris Levchak was on patrol on Belgrove Drive near Washington School when he was alerted by a resident that a group of youths had just stolen two bikes from their property. Levchak spotted two teenagers who were riding bikes on Highland Ave. who ignored his request to stop and who attempted to elude him police said. He caught them at Wilson Ave. and Belgrove. The victim and witnesses to the theft came to the scene and identified one of the bicycles as having been stolen. Taken into custody were two Newark youths aged 16 and 17 both of whom were charged with theft defiant trespass and conspiracy. The older teen also was charged with possession of burglary tools after bolt cutters--like those used to sever the bikes locks--were found in his backpack police said. The two were taken to headquarters for processing and their parents were notified. But that still left one bike missing. At 7 p.m. Officer Jay Ward stopped a group of cyclists at Passaic Ave. and Belgrove Drive. They included a 19-year-old Newark female Nyasia Wheeler who when confronted reportedly admitted the bike she was riding had been stolen. However according to Police Chief John Dowie Wheeler told Ward she would not surrender the bicycle until her brother--one of those arrested earlier--was released. Ward informed her that we do not conduct business in that manner Dowie said and placed her under arrest for receiving stolen property. Brother and sister were reunited at HQ. Other recent reports on the blotter included the following July 12 At 4 30 p.m. members of the Vice Squad took into custody Brian Sudziarski 36 of Kearny at Patterson St. and Alexander Ave. on an outstanding theft warrant from Bloomfield. He was processed at HQ and Bloomfield authorities were notified. At 10 30 p.m. Officer Dean Gasser was on patrol at Devon St. and Bergen Ave. when he heard the unmistakable sound of a collision on Bergen Dowie said. The officer reportedly detected a strong odor of alcohol on one of the two drivers and also discovered that the man s license was suspended. Given an Alcotest at HQ and charged with careless driving DWI and driving while suspended was 39-year-old Kearny resident Michael Jatczyszyn. cuffed by both cops. Charged with resisting arrest was Robert Austin 44 of North Arlington who police said was the individual sought on the Newark warrant. Bail was set at 1 000 plus the 500 on the warrant. July 16 At 3 p.m. some good neighbors on Madison Ave. notified police after they noticed a door ajar on a home whose owners were away. Officer Giovanni Rodriguez determined that a burglary had been committed and Det. John Plaugic is conducting the follow-up investigation. 21 of Kearny was arrested for distribution of pot and distribution within 500 feet of a playground. July 17 At 10 a.m. Officer Peter Blair utilizing a license plate reader at Schuyler and Garfield Aves. got a hit on a suspended registration. The driver Theresa Carter 55 of Roselle also turned out to have a suspended license and she was wanted on a 2 500 warrant out of Woodbridge police said. She was charged with MV violations and taken to HQ where Woodbridge police were contacted to take her into custody. July 18 At 11 a.m. Officer T.J. Hernandez was dispatched to the 300 block of Davis Ave. on a call from a concerned citizen about an individual apparently in distress in a motor vehicle. Sitting behind the wheel the motor running see KPD page The Vice Squad was conducting surveillance on Oakwood Ave. at 7 p.m. July 13 when they observed what apOfficer Jay Ward and Sgt. peared to be a hand-to-hand Mike Ryan responded to a drug transaction. This was report of a dispute at 2 20 p.m. confirmed police said and at a deli on the Belleville Pike the alleged customer Adam where one customer allegedly Motichka 22 of Kearny was attempting to incite at was charged with possesaltercation with another. The sion of marijuana and drug alleged aggressor gave Ward paraphernalia. The alleged two different names one of seller Michael Boguszewski which belonged to a man wanted by Newark police said. When informed of this he reportedly began to flail at Ward but was subdued and 24 INJURED ON THE JOB Workers Compensation Attorney 75 Kip Avenue Rutherford NJ 07070 Phone 201-635-0300 E-mail CoachlawAJC Real Estate Presented by Jarlynn Hyde Broker Owner Let s Talk Andrew J. Cerco JR. 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Authorized Security Dealer 201-998-0890 572 Kearny Avenue Kearny NJ 07032 Office 201-991-5719 Cell 201-602-7222 Mid-Realty Inc 08 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 24 2013 Highlights from the Nutley Police blotter July 18 The representative of a company that delivered goods valued at more than 4 000 to a local eatery told police that the eatery stopped payment on the items once they were received. Police said the company representative told them they d made several unsuccessful attempts to make arrangements for payment. Police advised the representative to sign a complaint with the court. The eatery wasn t identified by police. July 17 At 10 20 p.m. the owner of a black electric assist bicycle called police to report that someone had removed the bike valued at 600 from the rear of a business storage area on Franklin Ave. July 16 At 4 30 p.m. police responded to a report of criminal mischief on Ohlson Ave. where the owner of a vehicle told police someone had damaged the rear driver s side window causing it to shatter. Nothing appeared to have been taken from the car police said. At 7 27 a.m. police received a report about property damage on Prospect St. Police said a tree from a neighbor s property had fallen broken a fence between the properties and landed in a pool. July 14 At 6 46 p.m. police responded to Rheinheimer Park on a report about several individuals trying to gain entry to the field house. At the scene police said they found several juveniles near the building and one rolling a cigarette allegedly containing marijuana. Police transported all the youths to headquarters where their parents were notified to pick them up. A drug charge is pending against the youth with the cigarette police said. Police said the field house appeared to be secured. Police are investigating an apparent fraud that was reported at 7 01 p.m. in Yantacaw Park. Police said three youths were approached by a juvenile who solicited money from them with the promise of a truck pulling up with new sneakers. After receiving cash from the trio the seller then asked one of them for their cellular phone so he could contact the person with the sneakers but then fled with the money and the phone police said. However based on a description of the individual given by the victims police said they managed to find the suspect take him into custody and file charges against him. A court date is pending. At 8 16 a.m. the owners of two homes on Satterthwaite Ave. reported criminal mischief to their properties to police. The owners told police that the landscaping in their front yards had been vandalized a lamp was smashed and a sign with the address of one home along with three shrubs were ripped out of the ground and scattered around the area. July 13 At 11 29 a.m. police were called to a Harrison St. business on a shoplifting report. After getting a description of the individual police said they stopped the suspect on Franklin Ave. and he was found to have the items reported taken in a backpack. Gian Alexis Gesualdo 33 of Newark was charged with shoplifting. Police said Gesualdo was also wanted on a warrant from Newark. After he was given a new court date on the warrant and an appearance date on the shoplifting charge Gesualdo was released. At 12 56 a.m. police responded to a motor vehicle accident on High St. where a car had hit a retaining wall and a tree. Police said they detected an odor of alcohol coming from the driver. Kaseem Jenkins 24 of Montclair was charged with DWI and was given motor vehicle summonses in connection with the accident police said. To place a classified ad please call 201.991.1600 MOVED We are now located at has 39 Seeley Ave. Kearny NJ THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 24 2013 09 PETRACCO from 01 on a state Civil Service appointment list for the post. The list will expire Feb. 14 2014. With Police Chief John Holland ready to retire in November Strumolo is viewed by many in the department as ultimately the logical successor to Holland. But in a notice of claim filed against the township and the mayor Strumolo alleged that Petracco has set several roadblocks to the deputy chief slot ever since Strumolo refused to engage in certain union-busting activities which Strumolo alleged Petracco wanted him to carry out. Outside the Municipal Building the Nutley PBA with help from the Teamsters union set up the giant rat (which has come to be a popular icon at labor demonstrations) along the driveway entrance so the mayor had to drive past it when he arrived for the commission meeting. This rally is about [recognition of] fairness merit and hard work Nutley PBA President Gerard Tusa said. We in the Police Department strive to set examples of that and when government wants to make promotions based on politics it hurts us and the public. You don t put in decades of work only to be told because you don t vote for a certain person you don t deserve the job. You can t have a good department without a solid leader and if our leader can be compromised where do we stand Referring to the mayor s rationale that he was looking for ways to economize in prior proposals to replace the deputy chief rank with an additional captain or to hire Photos by Ron Leir Inflatable rat and protestors greeted Nutley commissioners before last week s meeting. At right PBA President Gerard Tusa talks to media. BELWEDER DELI P O L I S H - A M E RI C A N D E L I a civilian director instead of hiring a new chief Tusa said This isn t about money. None of this is going to put money back in taxpayers pockets. Tusa said he hoped the rally incurs enough interest for the public to put pressure on our elected officials to let the Civil Service procedure work. That s why we re a Civil Service town. If you come out No. 1 [on a C.S. test] you should expect to be promoted to that position. Among the orderly group of civilians who came out to offer support for the PBA and Strumolo were retiree Joe Castellano and his wife Lillian. You work all your career the right way and when it comes time to be rewarded it s taken away. That s not right Joe Castellano said. Off-duty police officers from in and out of Nutley also attended the rally and were among the many observers who later packed the assembly chambers for the commission meeting including Chief Holland and his predecessor retired Chief Robert DeLitta. Neither spoke at the meeting but DeLitta in a June 30 letter to Tusa warned that appointing a civilian director in place of a chief would spell disaster for the Nutley Police Department because the department would become saturated with politics. And he said following Civil Service procedure is important because ... denying a deserving officer s promotional opportunities can be devastating to the organization. At the meeting the audience didn t have to wait long for a dramatic confrontation when Tusa the first public speaker accused the mayor of manipulation in an effort ... to promote friends and allies and to prevent Strumolo from becoming deputy chief Petracco responded Let s cut to the chase. You re accusing me of trying to manipulate the system. Tell me who I m favoring Which one replied Tusa drawing cheers and applause from the heavily partisan crowd. Come on Petracco tried again. Name the names. Tusa said he mentioned only Strumolo because that [Civil Service promotional] list [for deputy chief] is the only one still alive so to name anyone further wouldn t be relevant. Still Petracco pressed on. Who am I trying to reach And why didn t you fight for your captains Aren t they your members too Tusa said he would never turn down an opportunity for the department to get new members to protect the town. 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Not yet 19 Mastrolia is currently working on his first New York City cabaret show Me Myself & Goldie which will play on Sept. 28 at 4 p.m. at Don t Tell Mama in New York City. He was a finalist in the first installment of New York s Next Top Drag Queen at The Metropolitan Room was seen recently on the CBS show The Couch and was featured on E News for his work in the off-Broadway show Totally Tubular Time Machine. According to the New York Times soprano Mia RikerNorrie played Musetta with sterling control and brassiness worthy of Ethel Merman. Riker-Norrie is the general director of Opera Theatre of Montclair. Launched in January 2013 OTM has been engaged in aggressive fundraising efforts with the hope of presenting full-length fully-staged and costumed opera with orchestra in and around Montclair. The planned opening production is Verdi s Nabucco. She will be joined by baritone John Petrozino and soprano Sabrina Palladino. Riker-Norrie is also the director of Montclair Voice Studio and lives in Montclair with her husband and three children. Lisa Viggiano began performing as a child and has shared the stage and screen with Sarah Jessica Parker Tom Hanks and Gerardo Mastrolia and Lisa Viggiano Bonnie Raitt. A native Jersey Girl Viggiano has sung the national anthem for the N.J. Devils and the N.Y. Mets. She has headlined at such venues as The Gardenia in Los Angeles Don t Tell Mama in New York City and The Palace of Fine Arts in San Fran- cisco. Recordings include her critically acclaimed live cabaret CD One Private Moment and the original cast recording of Oh Progeny As a lyricist Viggiano s work can be found on iTunes on her recording of Baby s Keepsake Lullabies written with her longtime SERVING HARRISON & KEARNY presents a fun-filled trip to Wildwood NJ Theatre Parties & Tours Mary s SEPT. 8 - 12 2013 5 DAYS 4 NIGHTS Best Pizza in TOWN Since 1961 CATERING Package Price 475.00 PP dbl Single 90.00 additional DINE IN TAKE OUT Make your reservation early Seats are limited. For further info please call Includes 4 nights accomodations in Wildwood Four breakfasts and dinners 3 nights of entertainment a dolphin watch cruise a visit to Cape May and Atlantic City with a bonus rebate R.T. motor coach transportation all taxes gratuities and luggage handling 201-998-1030 musical comrade Christopher Marlowe. The lullabies were written for her two boys David and Sammy. 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Founded in 1966 The Stylistics first album was titled The Stylistics and from that album came Stop Look Listen to Your Heart You Are Everything and Betcha By Golly Wow and earned them the reputation as the Philly group with the sweet love songs. Today original members Herbert Murrell and Airrion Love friends since junior high school lead the group and Bloomfield Oakeside Bloomfield Cultur- keep their popular sounds of the 1970s alive. al Center 240 Belleville Ave. will run a bus trip to Caesar s East Newark Casino in Atlantic City on West Hudson Brave Women Wednesday Aug. 28. The bus will depart Oakeside at 9 a.m. Fighting Breast Cancer meets on the last Friday of every and return at 5 p.m. Particimonth from 7 to 9 p.m. at the pants will enjoy a bagel and East Newark Senior Center juice on the bus and receive 37 President St. The group 25 in slot play at the casino. provides an atmosphere of The cost is 30 per person. Oakeside will sponsor a trip warmth and comfort for patients and family. For more to Broadway to see the musiinformation call Emma at 201cal Kinky Boots on Thursday Oct. 10. After a buffet din- 998-6828 Rosa 201-246-7750 Fatima 973-485-4236 or email ner at the Oakeside Mansion emidura2 Togethat 4 30 p.m. participants will board a bus to the theater. The er we will fight this disease. 156 per person cost includes Harrison dinner round-trip bus transThe Harrison Public School portation mezzanine seats District will participate in taxes and tips. Oakeside will also sponsor a the 2013 Summer Food Serbus trip to Grounds for Sculp- vice Program through Aug. 8 (Monday to Thursday only ture in Hamilton a 35-acre from 11 15 a.m. to 1 15 p.m.). sculpture garden with over The Summer Food Service 270 sculptures on Sunday Oct. 13. Participants can take a self- program sponsored by the USDA s Food And Nutrition guided tour or join a docentServices provides all children led tour at 11 a.m. or 1 p.m. up to age 18 with the same free Lunch is available at several venues on site or participants meal. Harrison American Legion can pack a picnic lunch. After Post 282 located on 8 Patterthe sculpture garden the bus son St. is celebrating Christwill stop at a nearby Cracker mas in July with a 10 barbeBarrel restaurant and gift cue at 4 p.m. through July 27. shop and will leave at about This event includes a visit 6 30 p.m. The cost is 55 per from Santa with a Christmas person which includes the bus and admission to Grounds present auction. Belleville Elks will hold a Type O blood drive open to Belleville and the surrounding communities on Wednesday July 24 at 254 Washington Ave. from 5 to 9 p.m. No appointments are needed. All donors must be at least age 17 weigh at least 120 pounds and be in general good health. There is no upper age limit for donors provided they meet full health requirements. Donors must bring a signed form of ID. People with a fever or sore throat should wait until they are feeling better before donating and there is a 24hour deferral for tooth cleanings and fillings. For those who have recently traveled outside the United States call the blood center at 973-6764700 ext. 132 for eligibility criteria. THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 24 2013 11 Belleville The Presbyterian Boys-Girls Club 663 Kearny Ave. is open July and August on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7 to 9 p.m. and offers members and guests ages 8 to 15 basketball dodgeball wiffleball kick ball gymnastics bowling bumper pool air hockey foozball arts and crafts ping pong and electronic games. Summer trips are scheduled to Seaside Heights rides and water park (July 31) Bow Craft Amusement and Miniature Golf (Aug. 7) and the Jersey Jackals vs. Newark Bears in baseball (Aug. 14). All trips are chaperoned by PBGC directors. Mary s Traveling Seniors of Kearny is organizing a trip to Wildwood Sept. 8-12 (five days four nights). Price includes four nights accommodations in Wildwood four breakfasts and dinners three nights of entertainment a dolphin watch cruise visit to Cape May and Atlantic City with a bonus rebate transportation all taxes gratuities and luggage handling. Package price is 475 (double occupancy) single occupancy is 90 extra. Deposit is 150. Seats are limited. Call Mary at 201-9981030. Kearny Public Library 318 Kearny Ave. will host a classic Disney double feature. Films will be shown downstairs. Popcorn and light refreshments will be served. Everyone is welcome. The schedule July 29 at 1 p.m. Mulan (88 minutes rated G) 15th anniversary DVD release of this Disney classic and at 2 30 p.m. the 2004 sequel Mulan II (79 minutes rated G) will be shown. Lyndhurst Food Pantry on the first floor of the Municipal Annex 253 Stuyvesant Ave. is re-stocking. This pantry which currently serves more than 140 Lyndhurst families in need welcomes donations of canned vegetables peanut butter jelly cereal applesauce condiments and paper products. No expired items will be accepted. All donations can Kearny Lyndhurst be dropped off at the pantry. Anyone interested in holding a food drive for the pantry is invited to contact Sarah Anderson with the Lyndhurst Health Department at 201-804-2421. Lyndhurst Youth Roller Hockey League is seeking boys and girls of all ages and levels. Beginners are welcome. The following divisions are available Mites (grades K-2) Midgets (grades 3-5) and Juniors (grades 6-8). Registration fee is 45 for Lyndhurst residents ( 55 after Aug. 1) and 55 for non-residents ( 65 after Aug. 1). Applications are available at www. lyhl. Mail or drop off completed applications to Lyndhurst Youth Hockey League c o Lyndhurst Parks Dept. 250 Cleveland Ave. Lyndhurst N.J. 07071. For more information visit www. lyhl or email lyndhockey The Lyndhurst Elks will host an Elvis tribute on Saturday Sept. 21 at 7 p.m. at the Polish National Home 730 New Jersey Ave. Donation is 20 and includes a light dinner and show. Advance tickets are 20 and 25 at the door. For tickets or more information call Julie at 201-424-2659 or Chris at 201-438-2750. Bring a canned good for the Lyndhurst Food Pantry. A Big Swap Bonanza a flea market and collectible show will be held outdoors on Sunday July 28 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the New Jersey Transit Lot on New York Avenue (off Ridge Road). Admission is free. This event is sponsored by the Lyndhurst High School Athletic Booster Club. More than 50 exhibitors will be selling an array of new merchandise such as handbags jewelry gift items sports collectibles sun catchers Tshirts socks and more. 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 25 at 5 30 p.m. Experienced NJMC staff will discuss the region s human and environmental history and point out birds and other wildlife along the way. The cruise leaves from River Barge Park 260 Outwater Lane Carlstadt. Pre-registration is required. Admission is 15 per person it s open to ages 10 and up. For a complete schedule directions and to register visit environment tours.html or call 201-460-4640. Explore the history of bottles in all their shapes and colors during a free senior program at the Meadowlands Environment Center 2 DeKorte Park Plaza Lyndhurst on Thursday July 25 at 7 p.m. Chet Nesley master scuba instructor and avid underwater artifact collector will present a brief history of glass the bottle making industry and clues for dating bottles. Various bottles salvaged from the Jersey shore will be on display. Register by phone 201-777-2431 or 201-460-8300. For more information call 201-460-8300 or visit www.njmeadowlands. gov ec. Take a three-hour guided tour exploring the Hackensack River and its marshes with the NJMC during a canoe trip on Saturday July 27 at 8 30 a.m. Participants will learn the basics of salt marsh ecology and enjoy the magnificent natural and man-made scenery while paddling past wetlands and down creeks. Admission is 15 per person ages 10 and up. Departs from Laurel Hill Park Secaucus. Pre-registration is required. For more information or to register visit environment tours. html or call 201-460-4640. Join the NJMC and Bergen County Audubon Society and the North Jersey Chapter of the North American Butterfly Association for a free one-day butterfly fest on Sunday July 28 (rain date Aug. 4) at 10 a.m. at DeKorte Park Lyndhurst. The event will include butterfly walks slide shows and tables with information on identification binoculars and gardening to attract butterflies plus contests and great door prizes. To R.S.V.P. contact Don see AROUND TOWN next page 12 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 24 2013 AROUND TOWN from Torino of the BCAS at greatauk4 or 201-2304983. (Rain date is Sunday Aug. 4). Tom Bernardin former National Park Service Ellis Island tour guide and author of The Ellis Island Immigrant Cookbook will present Ellis Island The Golden Door a free program for seniors at the Meadowlands Environment Center on Tuesday July 30 at 2 p.m. Bernardin will show a slidelecture program presenting the story of the immigrants 11 journey with authentic photos of the immigration process and the recently restored facility. To register call 201-7772431 or 201-460-8300. For more information call 201-460-8300 or visit www.njmeadowlands. gov ec. Grab a partner or come alone join the NJMC at River Barge Park 260 Outwater Lane Carlstadt for its second annual Old-Fashioned Barn Dance a free senior program on Thursday Aug. 1 at 7 p.m. To register call 201-777-2431 or 201-460-8300. Remember to wear your sneakers. Try to carpool since parking is limited. For more information call 201-460-8300 or visit ec. Children in grades pre-k to 2 are welcome to Lyndhurst Library Children s Room 355 Valley Brook Ave. for a walkin story time on Mondays Wednesdays and Thursdays at 6 30p.m. There will be coloring time. No registration is required. Children of all ages can visit the library for a screening of Despicable Me on Monday Aug. 5 from 2 15 to 4 p.m. Registration is required. Popcorn will be served. Register now for the li- BRADY BRADY & REILLY Experience. Expertise. Success. NO FEES UNLESS YOU RECOVER DAMAGES. FOR 45 YEARS BRADY BRADY & REILLY has provided outstanding legal representation to citizens of North Jersey. 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For more information call the Department of Parks and Recreation at 973-2844966 between 8 a.m. and 4 30 p.m. North Arlington In recognition of Jersey The Angry Coffee Bean Fresh Peach Month in August hosts a creative writing meet- the Nutley Farmers Market ing group on the second and will host a peach party on fourth Monday of each month. Aug. 4 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in An open mind and notebook Municipal Parking Lot 1 (on are required. For more inforWilliam St. on the east side of mation call 201-772-5554. Franklin Ave.). American Legion Alexander The Greenutley InformaStover Post 37 222 River Rd. tion Booth will have peach North Arlington will hold its samples brochures recipe monthly meeting on Aug. 5 at books and activity work8 p.m. All veterans are invited sheets for the kids. Quantities to attend. For more informaare limited. Visit the booth tion call 201-214-8253. for a chance to win a peach basket. Nutley Owners of local eateries Nutley Public Library 93 wishing to participate in the Booth Dr. will offer PJ Story recognition of Jersey-Fresh Time on Monday July 29 Peach Month are asked to at 7 p.m. No registration is contact Meredith Blank of the required. Public Affairs Department at The library will also host 973-284-4976. For informaa drop-in craft activity on tion about the Nutley Farmers Wednesday July 24 and Market or any of the other Friday July 26 at 10 a.m. on Greenutley Initiatives visit both dates. No registration is the Greenutley page of the required. official township website at Children in grades 3 to 8 or email can learn to Tackle Like a Greenutley brary s scuba diver craft for children in grades pre-k to 3 on Monday. Aug. 12 at 2 30 to 3 15 p.m. To register for library programs or for more information call 201-804-2478. The Lyndhurst Health Department is collecting donations for students in need. Items of interest are backpacks dividers and 3-ring binders. Donations can be dropped off at the Health Department 601 Riverside Ave. Suite 1 from 9 a.m. through 4 p.m. Donations should be delivered prior to Aug. 31. Parents with a child in need of school supplies contact the Health Department at 201804-2500 to schedule a pickup of the needed supplies. Governor assures veterans 377 KEARNY AVE. KEARNY NJ 07032 T 201-997-0030 F 201-997-7150 WWW.BBR-LAW.COM Gov. Chris Christie met recently with Joseph Fornaratto commander of the Belleville Nutley Disabled Veterans to assure him that he wouldn t look to weaken the state regulation giving veterans preference in competitive exams for Civil Service jobs. Christie also pledged to work for more employment opportunities for veterans in New Jersey in recognition of their service to their country. THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 24 2013 13 COCAINE from On Aug. 22 2012 another suspicious package was sent package that was supposed to from Dorado P.R. Once it arbe delivered by Nunez. After rived in Kearny law enforcethis seizure the drug-trafment noted that the delivery ficking organization ceased address would be assigned sending packages until to Nunez mail route. SubDecember 2011 when once sequent laboratory analysis again packages from Puerto confirmed that the package Rico were mailed to address- contained approximately 500 es assigned to Nunez route. grams of cocaine. 01 The cocaine was seized and replaced with a substance similar in appearance and the package was placed back into circulation for delivery. On Aug. 24 Nunez failed to deliver the package to its delivery address. At the end of her shift Nunez returned to her residence in Lyndhurst with the package where she and Vega were arrested. In addition to intercepting the cocaine-filled packages on her mail route both Nunez and Vega received packages of narcotics at her residence in Lyndhurst and Vega s former residence in Jersey City. In total it is estimated that Nunez Vega and their conspirators distributed more than 18 kilograms of the drug between October 2010 and August 2012. In addition to the prison term Salas sentenced both Nunez and Vega to two years of supervised release. Karen Zautyk Make room in your home for Kobe Friendly and energetic Kobe (ID 89127) waits for the perfect forever home at the Bergen County Animal Shelter and Adoption Center 100 United Lane Teterboro. Kobe was quite confused when he first arrived but has adjusted nicely to this new environment. His owner surrendered him to the shelter because the other canine in the home did not want another friend. Fortunately Kobe is doing well and is looking for a patient and understanding family who will provide him with all the necessities to help him grow into a more confident pooch. At one-year-old this handsome Pittie is searching for a family that will gradually socialize him with strangers and different places. The shelter advises that this should be done on his terms and once he has built a bond with his new adopters. Walks and hand feeding are great ways to help in the bonding process. Physical and mental stimulation will be key when it comes is closed for adoptions on Monday and open Thursdays from 1 to 7 30 p.m. Many other adoptable animals that can be seen at the website http shelters NJ29.html. Many local towns have a Patch website where the shelter s animals are featured. The shelter also has a page on Facebook. Animal lovers are invited to visit and like the Bergen County Animal Shelter. Kobe to a more balanced lifestyle. Runs hikes continued training etc. are fun and healthy ways to release all that energy Kobe has built up. Because he is still a bit wary children may overwhelm him therefore the shelter is looking for a family with older children. Kobe will be the light of your life you just need to give him an opportunity to shine. For more information call 201-229-4600. 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NORTH ARLINGTON NJ T 201-955-2221 C 973-666-1220 Fax 201-955-2227 Email Photos by Ron Leir Mayor Alphonse Petracco (l.) and PBA President Gerard Tusa (r.) went head to head at commission meeting. out&about Want your story featured in as a work in progress. If the mayor sees fit to release it he will. Alluding to the possibility of allowing officers below the rank of captain to take the Civil Service promotional test for police chief Petracco drew jeers from the audience when he said I don t know what the big objection is to invite a little competition. Not long afterward the chambers fell silent when Police Lt. John Ryan approached the microphone to announce I d like the opportunity to test for the [chief s] position. Lodi PBA President Frank Debartola urged the commissioners to treat [Strumolo] fairly for his hard work to this township and Bloomfield Police Officer John Cerchio urged them to treat the Civil Service process seriously or face the possibility of a costly lawsuit. If you mess with their careers they have a lifetime to [marshal the electorate to] get back at you. Getting the last word Petracco told the crowd that despite the accusations against him Every decision I make is for [the] 30 000 people [of Nutley]. Sometimes it s easy to throw daggers from a safe distance. Six months ago Petracco said he had a conversation with Chief Holland about what to do when Holland retires Nov. 1 and he told me I shouldn t be thinking about that because we have someone [for the job meaning Strumolo]. Unfortunately Petracco said we re losing our biggest taxpayer [Roche] and we have an opportunity to save money in public safety. I compromised by not going to a civilian director. We could ve saved 100 000 but I m willing to compromise. We have one person in this arena to move up [but] we need to exercise all options. But to put a rat in front of this building to deface this town guys we re going in the wrong direction. Everyone s got to be willing to compromise. 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Maybe they might get an inning here or there in relief but it s important because we play practically every day. The postseason began Sunday with Lyndhurst Post 139 securing a 2-1 victory over Sussex in the first round of the District 1 tourney. Bobby Miskura pitched a three-hit complete game for the locals and drove in a key run as well. It s important to get quality pitching now because the games are nine innings not seven innings like the regular season. There lies the reason to have as much quality pitching as possible. Believe me there s a big difference between seven and nine innings for a pitching staff Voza said. You can have your three best pitchers lined up for the first three games but that s not enough. You need pitchers to throw nine innings for five games in a week. That s why we have the kids we have on the team. We knew we were going to need kids to pitch. Part of Voza s coaching background comes from his days as an assistant to Jeff Albies at William Paterson University. Albies had a rule that the pitchers pitch and the hitters hit Voza said. I ve adopted that philosophy with this team. Voza said that before the American Legion season he had a meeting with Willie Krajnik the Lyndhurst native who will be a senior at St. Mary s of Rutherford this fall. I told Krajnik who is one of our better pitchers that he might not see a lot of action in the regular season Voza said. But once we got through the regular season and got to the tournament he would see a lot of action. Krajnik is expected to see VIEW page Photo courtesy Lisa O Neill The Nutley East Little League 12-year-old All-Stars are headed for the state championships this week. Here they are after they captured the Section 2 championship last week against Hoboken. From l Natalia Bascunan coach Chris Bascunan AJ Lotito Jeremy Kraft Danny Caraballo Jim Quinn Manager Mike O Neill Jack Christman Louis Conca Ryan O Mara Nutley East Little League President Mike Kraft Josh O Neill Aidan Okamoto-Wolf coach Mike Ifverson and Peter Lopez. Missing from the photo is Blayke Alvarez. By Jim Hague Observer Sports Writer M 17 New Jersey State Little League championships It s safe to say that the kids ike O Neill thought from Nutley East dared to that his 11-and-12-year- dream. Reaching the state level old All-Star team from is almost unfathomable conthe Nutley East Little League sidering only four teams from would fare well in the postsea- the entire state will compete son. for New Jersey s top honors. These kids have been But for the kids from Nutley playing together since they the dream has become a reality. were eight years old O Neill Nutley East not only won explained. They re used to the tough District 8 championplaying with each other. ship two weeks ago but last Last year the same team Friday night Nutley East added known as the Nutley Raiders the Section 2 title defeating won the Montville travel title Hoboken 9-5 in the title game as well as another 12-and-under at Garfield. championship. Nutley East went undefeated I coached them when they in the section tournament were 10s and 11s O Neill said. defeating Hoboken 7-5 then I knew they were pretty defeating Teaneck Southern good. 7-0 and finally defeating HoboBut good enough to reach the ken again in the championship round. It marks the first time since 2009 that Nutley East has reached the state championship level and only the third time since 1982. I don t think it s fully sunk in what these kids have accomplished O Neill said. They definitely deserve it. They ve worked very hard and put a lot of time and effort into it. Nutley East was set to begin their quest for a state championship Wednesday night at 5 30 p.m. when they take on Section 1 champs Wayne National at Wallington Little League. The other competitors in the tournament are Section 3 champions Toms River East see CHamPS next page 16 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 24 2013 CHAMPS from (former New York Met Cy Young award winner) R.A. Dickey throws and how he American which won the state title in 2005 and won the handles it the elder O Neill said. He also learned the overall Little League World slider from watching (New Series championship in 1998 and Section 4 champions East York Yankees ace closer) Mariano Rivera. If he s going Greenwich. to learn different pitches Leading the way for the Nutley East All-Stars is Josh he s learning from the best. He throws the knuckleO Neill the manager s son. The younger O Neill who ball here and there. But he picked it up on his own. was a finalist in the NFL s Going to the Punt Pass Punt Pass and Kick competition last fall in Atlanta has and Kick finals and the state proven to be quite a baseball Little League finals in the same year is not a bad deal player as well. for O Neill. O Neill pitched a gem against Teaneck Southern He s had a year you can t striking out 15 in 6 1 3 inbelieve his father said. nings and allowing just three Danny Caraballo is anothhits. er Nutley East hurler. He s a great control He has a side-arm mopower pitcher said the tion but he has great conelder O Neill. He has five trol O Neill said. He s a different pitches a two-seam dominant pitcher. I think he fastball a four-seam fastball can develop into a five-tool a regular fastball a slider player. He has tremendous and a knuckleball. athletic ability. He can play Say what A 12-year-old any position we need him. kid throwing a knuckler Peter Lopez is the team s lone left-handed pitcher. He looked up what 15 He s very different than the other two O Neill said of Lopez. He s very smart and savvy and relies on his control. He hits his spot. He s also a very calm and collected kid on the mound. A.J. Lotito rounds out the pitching rotation. He s not the most overpowering pitcher but he throws strikes O Neill said. The catcher is Ryan O Mara who has an affectionate nickname. We call him Turtle because he doesn t run fast O Neill said. But he s a tremendous kid. O Mara hit a clutch homer in the win over Hoboken. He s as steady as a rock and gives his maximum effort every time O Neill said of O Mara. Lotito is the team s regular first baseman. He s our No. 4 hitter who drives in a lot of runs O Neill said. He puts the ball in play. Louis Conca is the team s Kearny Family Health Center Ask about our crowns implants and bridge specials Visit us for a FREE 2nd opinion second baseman. He s your prototypical second baseman O Neill said. He s steady with the glove and is usually in the right position to make a play. The shortstop duties are shared between Josh O Neill and Lopez depending upon who s pitching. They re both key hitters for us O Neill said. Peter is our leadoff hitter and Josh bats third. The third baseman is Aidan Okamoto-Wolf who has been a true leader in the postseason. He s a very solid defensive player who keeps getting better and better O Neill said. He s grown every day as a hitter. Okamoto-Wolf has hit .657 this postseason with an astounding five homers two of which have been game winners. Left field duties are shared by Jack Christman and Jim Quinn. Lopez or Caraballo play centerfield. O Neill depends a lot on Lopez. No kid works harder than Peter O Neill said. In centerfield he defends with perfection. I ve never seen a kid get a better jump on the ball. He has an unbelievable first step. Jeremy Kraft is the starting right fielder. He bats fifth in the order. Blayke Alvarez a second baseman outfielder is another key reserve as is Natalia Bascunan. Yes the Nutley East AllStars have a girl on the team perhaps the lone team in the state finals to have a girl on its roster. She s a joy to have on the team O Neill said. She does everything you ask. O Neill receives assistance from Chris Bascunan and Mike Ifverson. Needless to say the kids from Nutley are excited to be in the state tourney. They really have worked hard to get here O Neill said. They ll definitely be ready. General & Cosmetic Dentistry For the entire Family theobservernj DR. SOUHA HANNA D.D.S. DR. BEYDOUN PERIODONTIST GUM & IMPLANT SURGEON GENERAL & COSMETIC DENTISTRY SPRING SPECIAL Gum Treatment & Surgery Teeth Whitening Exam Treatment Plan Root Canal Treatment Bonding 4 X-Rays & Crowns & Bridges Porcelain Laminate Veneers 00 Extractions Surgery Credit Plans Available Teeth Cleaning (Deep Cleaning not included.) Dentures & Implants Lumineers 79. 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Needless to say Voza knows Miskura made things easier his team is ready for the for the Post 139 pitching staff challenge of making the state with his impressive nine-intournament once again. ning stint on Sunday. We feel terrific where we VIEW from 15 Lyndhurst Post 139 was slated to face Livingston Post 201 in the second round of the District 1 tourney. The top two teams in the district advance to the state championships in Ewing that begin Sunday. Voza said that he has another key contributor namely future NJIT shortstop Rex McMillan. He s a difference maker Voza said of McMillan. He turns potential singles into outs and makes tough plays look like routine ground balls. He s a magician out there. Voza said that McMillan made a game-deciding play in the first round of the District 1 tourney. We were all ready to give up a run at home Voza said. With a runner at third and one out he went against baseball convention and threw the ball home on his own and got the runner. It was a huge momentum swing in our favor. It was an incredible play. Needless to say Voza believes his team is ready for the challenge that comes with a state tournament appearance Sunday. We are right where we need to be Voza said. We have all the parts the pitching the hitting the defense the base running. We have everything an American Legion coach wants in a team. PREMIER CARE ASSOCIATES of West Hudson Prakash J. Doshi M.D. ABIM Open 7 Days Satish Madan M.D. FACS a Week Subhathra Karunanithi M.D. ABFM We are seeing patients from infants to adults. Longer Hours Walk-In Appointments Available For All Minor Medical Urgencies Preventive and Primary Medical Care Most Major Insurances Accepted 206 Bergen Avenue Suite 201 Kearny NJ (201) 998-7474 Photo courtesy Gina Lazorczyk Lyndhurst native Willie Krajnik soon-to-be a senior at St. Mary s of Rutherford is a key member of the Lyndhurst Post 139 American Legion baseball team as they begin action in the District 1 playoffs. We Think of Your Teeth as a Work of Art He s a machine Voza said of Miskura. He s such a competitor. He changes speeds and works the batters. He s everything a coach wants. The Post 139 squad was next slated to play in the District 1 tourney in Parsippany Tuesday night with Anthony Pacillo are said Voza whose team posted a 17-2 record in the regular season playing in a new league the Union County American Legion league. Our pitchers are rested and ready to go. We didn t have to play a tournament to get into the district which helped us. VOTE for Harrison Little League The Smile and Implant Center 837 Kearny Ave. Kearny NJ 201-991-1055 Cosmetic Dentist Like us on Facebook Fala Se Portugues Se Habla Espa ol Harry Harcsztark D.D.S. Fellow Academy of General Dentistry Fellow International Congress of Oral Implantology Harrison Little League has been selected as finalist for a 5 000 SNY Play Ball grant presented by New York Community Bank. VOTE at SNY beginning July 22nd. 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Natalie attended the camp last year and had such a good time that she made sure she attended the camp directed by Kearny High head girls basketball coach Jody Hill for another year. Nearly 100 young ladies spent a week learning more about basketball and having a little bit of fun at the same time. And this camp was strictly for and about girls. No boys allowed. It really helps me a lot said 11-year-old Olivia Montenino who attends Roosevelt School. I have two brothers at home and this gets me away from them. If you have boys here they re always hogging the ball and tell you that you can t play because you re a girl. Olivia said that she was able to work on her shooting and defense at the camp. She obviously wasn t alone. I think it was great that we had such a great turnout Hill said. I know some girls told me that they were really looking forward to it. The kids have so much fun and they are learning so much. I think Photo by Jim Hague As Kearny High School head coach Jody Hill (far l.) looks on Meagan McClelland (l.) and Emily Angeles display some of their ball handling skills at the annual Kearny High School Girls Basketball Camp recently the fact that the numbers are so high it means that a lot of girls are interested and want to play. Hill said that she had to make a tough call in limiting the camp to strictly girls. I think the decision I made to separate the girls and the boys was a good one because the girls like that aspect Hill said. They re able to get some confidence and don t have to worry about that intimidation factor. They re put in an environment that they re used to and I can see the difference in the way they handle everything. Hill said that she has received great support from local organizations and teams like Sacred Heart of Lyndhurst. A lot of these teams have spread the word and other girls have come Hill said. You get to see some of the same faces every year and that s great to see. I like to think that these girls are taking some of the skills they learn and working on their game on their own. story continues next page THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 24 2013 19 Hill said that she was impressed with some of the up-and-coming talented players. Kearny definitely has a few surprises talent-wise Hill said. One of the rising stars is Sydney Pace who is 13. Pace is the younger sister of former Kearny High standouts Stefanee and Samantha both of whom went on to play college soccer. Sydney is a soccer and softball player much like her sisters but for the week she concentrated on her basketball skills. It s tough to juggle all three sports but I m managing Sydney said. This camp helps me a lot with basketball. I ve been working on my left hand because it s my weaker hand. But this camp helped me get better. Meagan McClelland is another 13-year-old standout who is entering the eighth grade at Lincoln School. I play a lot of basketball but this is a great experience for me Meagan said. It is going to help me prepare for high school and make me a better basketball player now. Meagan said that she learned a lot of different shooting techniques. It s definitely going to Photo by Jim Hague More than 90 young ladies participated in the annual Kearny Girls Basketball Camp under the guidance of Kearny High head coach Jody Hill (c.). help me practice on my own she said. Hill received a lot of assistance from some of her former players including 1 000-point scorers Janitza Aquino and Stefanie Gomes both of whom are former Observer Female Athlete of the Year recipients who are now currently attending Montclair State. Giovanna Scrimo is a 14-year-old who will be a freshman at Kearny High in the fall. It s definitely going to help me a lot as I try out for the basketball team Giovanna said. Since I m T 11.5 left-handed I worked to use my right hand this week. I ve been coming to the camp for eight years now. I feel I ve learned a lot. Sandra DaSilva is another 14-year-old who will enter Kearny High in September. I m really looking forward to it Sandra said. I m very excited about it. I ve been playing basketball for two years now and this was my first year at camp. It was the best experience for me. Since she is a potential point guard Sandra concentrated on point guard skills. Shooting and ball handling are important for me Sandra said. This has totally prepared me to get ready to play later this year. I think the future looks really bright Hill said. There are a lot of good seventh and eighth grade players here. We have a whole new group coming up and I can see already it s going to be a really nice group. Which is another advantage of having a girls only camp. You can see firsthand what the future has in store. 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In Hudson County the illegal weapons turned in included an Uzi a Savage Arms 12-gauge shotgun and a Universal Firearms M1 30-caliber military-style rifle authorities reported. Hoffman noted that the Hudson Union program helped N.J. reach a new milestone . . . 14 000 firearms taken out of circulation since we began the statewide initiative. That s 14 000 fewer weapons out there to be used in a crime or to claim someone s life in a tragic accident he commented. Since December buybacks have also been held in Camden Mercer Essex Bergen Passaic Monmouth Atlantic and Cumberland counties. Photo courtesy Guns collected in Hudson County are displayed by law enforcement agents. The firearms collected in both Hudson and Union counties were on view at the Jersey City press conference and Hoffman termed the display truly sobering. It brings home viscerally why these gun buybacks are so important . . . Hoffman said. Were it not for our buyback all of these firearms -- the vast majority of them operable -- would still be out there with the potential to be stolen to fall tragically into the hands of a curious child or to be stashed in a central location and used by criminals as so-called community guns. The Hudson buyback was a cooperative effort involving the Hudson County Prosecutor s Office the state Division of Criminal Justice the Hudson County Sheriff s Office the N.J. State Police the Bayonne Jersey City and Union City police departments and the faith-based community. Said Hudson County Acting Prosecutor Gatano T. Gregory The office is grateful to its dedicated partners in the faith civic governmental and law enforcement sectors who contribute unselfishly to programs such as this in an effort to secure the safety of the people of the county. As with the previous stateled buybacks guns in Hudson County were purchased using criminal forfeiture funds provided by the Attorney General s Office through its Division of Criminal Justice. The Hudson County Prosecutor s Office also provided forfeiture funds and CarePoint Health donated money to support the program. For the two-day Hudson event a total of 82 775 was expended in authorities said. What we ve found is that these buybacks both energize and galvanize communities and they help to build a bond of trust between neighborhoods and law enforcement Hoffman said. All of this can only help as we move forward and in the future continue to address not only the gun violence issue but other public safety concerns as well. Karen Zautyk Don t Let Mortgage Problems Petrify You. When you struggle with your mortgage payments you become frozen. Petrified. Not knowing what to do you do nothing. But people who take action are far more likely to get the most positive outcome. So do something. 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TING NEW LIS TING NEW LIS TING NEW LIS Lyndhurst- 309 000 1 Fam.-2 Bdrms-2.5 Baths-EIK-LR DR-Finished Basment w French drains-Enclosed porchDetached 2 car garage Old Bridge- 310 000 Townhouse-2 Bdrms-3.5 Baths-EIK-LR DR-Attached 1 Car Garage-Sliding Doors to Deck Belleville - 330 000 1 Fam-3 Bdrms-2 Full Baths-Kit-LR DR-Full Attic-Finished Basment-Detached 1 Car Garage TING NEW LIS TING NEW LIS TING NEW LIS ICE NEW PR ICE NEW PR Kearny- 319 000 Belleville- 250 000 1 Fam.-3 Bdrms & 1.5 1 Fam-3 Bdrms-1.5 BathsBaths-Modern EIK-Base- EIK-Full Bsmnt-Fin Atticment w French Drains-ToSliding Doors to tally Remodeled Deck Patio-Must See Newark- 385 000 2 Fam-5 Bdrms-2 Full Baths-EIK-Full Basement5 Detached Garages & Lot Duplex-2 Bdrms-2 FBathsMEIK-Full Part Fin Bsmnt w Laundry & Fbath-Driveway Deck Patio Kearny- 184 900 East Newark- 319 000 2 Fam-4 Bdrms-3 FBathsPart. Fin. Bsmnt w FBth-Att 1 Car Garage- Sliders to Deck ICE NEW PR MARKET BACK ON RECYCLING from single stream recycling he said and the prime motivation is cost savings. For example Dressel added We ve heard of a number of communities working with [the Elizabeth-based contractor] Waste Management. This seems to be one company that s been aggressive in pushing this. Marie Arucan executive director of the Association of New Jersey Recyclers agreed that single stream is more cost effective for municipalities but added that s only if you have a material processing facility to manage the separation of the recyclables at the receiving end. Arucan said the recycling industry s technology has adapted to market demand but you have to keep educating people on putting the right stuff into the recyclable bins. Contamination is still an issue because it screws 05 up the manufacturing process on the other end [converting recyclables into other products]. For example Arucan said there are seven or eight different types of plastics but the manufacturers can t use them all. Milk and soda bottles are preferred by material recovery facilities. And although China has a growing demand for recyclables the country has put up a green fence it will send back a lot of materials because of contamination Arucan said. Longtime local civic activist Vincent Frantantoni who often raises concerns about township government decisions credits Belleville for the change in recycling operations. Other towns have been doing it for years Frantantoni said. A few years back Councilwoman [Marie Strumolo] Burke was complaining that the town looks like hell and that s because people were putting garbage out every day because of the different days for different types of recyclables. Bloomfield has residents put out recyclables and household garbage out on the same day and that s a more efficient way of doing it he said. Designating one day a week for picking up all recyclables at once is better from a sanitary standpoint Frantantoni said. Now you won t have to keep food containers around for two weeks before disposing of them. I m in favor of [the new policy] he said. I can finally give the [Township] Council an A on this. I ve been giving them Ds and Fs on everything else. Currently the township schedules pickups of bottles and cans every two weeks as it does for paper and cardboard. Collection days are keyed to each of five residential zones. Paterson- 425 000 2 Fam-5 Bdrms-3 Full Baths-MEIK-Fin Basement-Att. 2 Car GarageMany Updates Kearny 390 000 Large 3 Fam.- 8 Bdrms-3 Fbaths-Corner Lot- Sep. laundry hook-ups Great Investment Kearny 319 000 Lopatcong 278 000 1 Fam-4 Bdrms-2 Full Baths- 1 Fam.- 3 Bdrms- 2 FbathsMEIK- Laundry- Lg. LotLR DR-Fam Room w FireDeck&Jacuzzi- Garage place-Full Basement-Deck Patio in Large Yard Kearny 349 500 1 Fam.-4 Bdrms-3 Full BathsLR DR-New Kit-Full Fin Basement-Large Deck-2 Car Garage-Driveway Kearny- 320 000 2 Fam.-6 Bdrms-2.5 BathsEncl.Porch.-Full Fin. Bsmnt. w laundry room-lots of storage 1 Fam-4 Bdrms-1.5 Baths- 1 Fam. Colonial- 3 BdrmsCommerical Lease-2 2 Fam. Plus LOT- INVESTORS LR DR-Screened Porch-Full1.5 Baths- Partial Fin. Bdrm-1 Full Bath-1st & BUYERS All Brick- Adjacent floor Office Space w half Basement-Deck Patio- Att. 1 Bsmnt- Storage- Large Lot Lot included- Builds 1 Car Garage bath-4 Garages Fam. s or Condos Belleville Kearny- 272 000 Sayerville- 369 000 Kearny 309 000 LET US SAVE YOU MONEY ON YOUR HOME & AUTO INSURANCE HOUSE OF THE WEEK FIRST TIME OFFERED - Our office has just listed this wonderful TWO FAMILY home with a driveway garage. 2 bedrooms in each apartment. Gas heat. All on a 37.5X100 lot. First 299 900 takes it HURRY Bloomfield 285 000 2 Fam- 6 Bdrms- 3 Fbaths-Full Fin. BsmntLots of closets Harrison 695 000 Bldg w liquor license & Business Kearny 190 000 1 Fam.- 4 Bdrms- 2 Fbaths- Great home for the price Kearny 285 000 1 Fam- All Renovated-3 Bdrms- 1 Baths- Full deck 1 above ground pool Jersey City- 175 000 Renovated Condo-2 Bdrms-1 FBath-LR DRStorage-Laundry-Pets PERFECT SETTING - PERFECT HOUSE - PERFECT PRICE- Everything has already been done to the deceivingly large brick Cape Cod. 3 bedrooms two full baths extremely deep lot. Truly move in condition. 339 000 For more details visit 137 You better call soon. KEARNY - ARLINGTON SECTION - A LITTLE GETS YOU A LOT -Three bedroom Colonial with hardwoord floors. Natural trim. Two extra rooms on the third floor plus a drive and garage. 219 000. We have the key Kearny 229 000 Kearny- 279 000 Kearny- 1 200 1 800 1st Fl-2 Bedrooms1 Fam. Raised Ranch- 4 1 Fam.-3 Bedrooms-1.5 1 Full Bath-KIT-LR DR-Sun 1st Fl-2 Bedrooms-1 Full Bdrms- 2 Fbaths- Fin. BsmntBaths-MEIK-Den-Fam Room- Porch-Central Air-Laundry- Bath-Living Room-Heat & Fam. Room-Separate enFull Basment-Attached 1 Car Hot Water Included Completely Renovated trance to Bsmnt Garage w. parking for 4 cars. No. Arlington-Rental Office Space- 1 400 SQReception area-5 Separate Offices-Parking NORTH ARLINGTON - 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. ASKING 339 000. SECOND CHANCE-- This 4 bedroom Colonial on a lovely quiet dead end street is back on the T market. 50x115 lot. TRAC Best spot in town. Lots of potential. ASKING 229 000. R CON E Call (201) 991-5719 APARTMENT RENTALS AVAILABLE- 1 2 & 3 BDRMS UNITS Call and Ask About our Reduced Rental Fee FALAMOS PORTUGUES HABLAMOS ESPANOL PARLE FRANCAIS For more properties Visit our website WWW.MIDREALTY.COM PARLIAMO ITALIANO MOWIMY PO POLSKU NATAKALEM EL-ARABIA UND Call for a Free Market Evaluation Today 3 FAMILY This Kearny three family has separate gas basement and off utilities a finishedO N T R A C T street R C U N D Very good value at only 349 900. parking. E THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 24 2013 HUMANE from 02 stipends Johnson noted. We survive totally on donations. Which makes the work the Lyndhurst facility does even more impressive. Along with its pet adoption service it maintains an animal help and info line offers pet spay neuter assistance for owners in financial distress lists and matches lost-found pets provides help with wildlife rescue and promotes public education among other things. After Hurricane Sandy for instance the Lyndhurst Humane sent supplies to shelters down the Shore that had been damaged or destroyed. All of this is thanks to donations including annual memberships in the registered nonprofit charity and money raised from adoption fees (which help cover the costs of vet care for the adoptables). All the cats Johnson said are at least 10 weeks old and have been spayed or neutered tested for diseases and been given all their shots. Vet care for the dogs depends on the age breed and what needs to be done she said. The Society is careful about who is permitted to adopt. Applications are required. And in the case of dogs so is a home visit to ensure that the canine is going to a clean safe environment. The Lyndhurst facility is also dependent on volunteers who clean the cages feed the animals walk the dogs and go to ShopRite when pet food is on sale Johnson said with a smile. The vols stock the shelves in the Kindness Korner (the on-site pet supply store) featuring food toys anti-flea meds collars and everything to keep a pet content. It even has the Thundershirt a doggy wrap that can calm a canine that is frightened of thunder fireworks and other loud noises. The Humane Society also offers dog food canned and dry available to anyone who due to unemployment disability or any other financial dificulty cannot afford to feed their dog. It was that little notice appearing regularly in The Observer s Around Town column that led us to visit the Stuyvesant Ave. site to learn more about such a caring organization. The free food is funded by donations too which come from animal hospitals and a prime donor the Bergen County Association of Realtors which collects contributed pet food in front of supermarkets. (It also collects human food for food pantries.) Good Realtors Anyone who would like to donate pet food or other items can pick up a list of sought supplies (which range from litter to tissues to bottled water) at the Stuyvesant Ave. headquarters. If you d like more information on the group s services or if you d like to volunteer or otherwise contibute to the Society s good works you are welcome to call 201-896-9300. Or stop in for a visit. The hours are Mondays and Saturdays 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday to Friday 10 a.m. to 5 30 p.m. and Sundays 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. 23 Real Estate 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 The Bixler Group Rosa Agency Realtors 551-553 Kearny Ave. Kearny 201-997-7860 Exit Golden Realty 148 Midland Ave. Kearny 201-997-4425 LYNDHURST Lyndhurst 4 Bedroom 2 Full Bath 455 000 LYNDHURST 34x150 lot 3 Bedroom 1 Bath 363 000 LYNDHURST 4 Bedroom 2 Full Bath 379 000 Champion Realty LLC. 50 Midland ave 2nd fl Kearny B. 201-710-3767 Paulo Pinto C 201-283-2188 Cappiello Real Estate Services L.L.C 437 Kingsland Ave Lyndhurst NJ 07071 Elite Realty Group Commercial & Residential 235 Harrison Ave. Harrison T 973-268-4000 Tel 201-438-9000 THINK YOU CAN T REFINANCE BECAUSE VALUES ARE DOWN THINK AGAIN STARTING MARCH 2012 HARP 2.0 a new program presented by the Federal Government allows homeowners to refinance regardless of the equity they currently have in their house (even if you are upside down ) Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have adopted changes to Home Affordable Refinance Program (HARP) and you may be eligible to take advantage of these changes. If your mortgage is either owned or guaranteed by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac you may be eligible to refinance your mortgage under the enhanced and expanded provisions of HARP. You can determine if your mortgage is owned by either Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac by checking the following websites For Fannie Mae loanlookup For Freddie Mac mymortgage ROB PEZZOLLA NMLS 266181 NORTH ARLINGTON NJ 07031 Law Office of Angela C. Femino 25 Years of Real Estate Experience 364 Kearny Ave. Kearny T 201-955-0080 AFemino 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 ROB KEYPOINTMORTGAGE.COM 201-998-9050 Fax 201.820.0505 201.991.0905 24 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 24 2013 KPD from was a reportedly incoherent sweat-drenched Carlos Crincev 33 of Kearny. (You may recall Crincev from last week s blotter in which he appeared three times having thrice been arrested for al- 07 legedly huffing inhaling the contents of an aerosol can and DWI.) Police said that this time Hernandez also found a 7 oz. aerosol container on the driver s seat. Due to Crincev s physical condition police said he was taken to Clara Maass Medical Center where he was treated and released back into custody. He was again charged with DWI possession and use of a toxic chemical for the purpose of intoxication. Bail was set at 25 000 with no 10% option--and Crincev said he turned over two folds was remanded to the Hudson of suspected heroin the County Jail. glassine envelopes stamped Satan. Charged with posAt 6 p.m. the Vice Squad session of the drug and paraconducted a field inquiry phernalia was George Sousa on Washington Ave. of an 28 of Kearny. individual believed to be in possession of drugs. Police Karen Zautyk business Keeping tabs on local veterans residents to better serve needs Nutley Commissioner Steven Rogers announced today that he has completed his mission to visit the home of every veteran in town 957 in all. It took about a year to knock on all those doors. But we did it he said. The commissioner said that approximately 300 veterans were not at home so he left a note letting them know that he stopped by to see them. He also said that of the 957 veterans and widows his department reached out to about 167 received some kind of assistance from the public affairs department. Dan Jacoby who directs the Nutley Department of Military and Veterans Affairs Bureau reported that a number of veterans needed assistance with processing them into the VA medical care counseling physical therapy and other assistance. We were able to save some veterans up to 3 000a year in prescription costs said Jacoby. Jacoby added I am sure that there are a number of veterans in town that we are not aware of. Some of them we found along our routes. If they did not hear from us I encourage them to call our department. He also said that he and the commissioner spoke to at least 100 widows of veterans who needed some kind of assistance. We are encouraging Nutley veterans to join the VFW AMVETS American Legion DAV and Women s Auxiliary because these organizations will provide continuous representation and assistance to them said Rogers. Rogers said that a new walking tour is in the works. I will be announcing that one in a few weeks he said. The commissioner says that while serving as a Commander in the U.S. Navy he made it a point to visit hundreds of sailors asking them one question How are you doing From that one four-word question I learned more about their quality of life their feelings about their leaders and their needs than I did from any other source he added. He said he is now employing that same policy here in Nutley and will visit every resident s home in for the next 18 months for the purpose of seeking an answer to that same question he asked those sailors a few years ago How are you doing It is important for me as an elected official to know how I can best serve the people. So whatever is on a resident s mind with regard to their quality life or other matters of importance to them they can let me know. Perhaps in some way I can be of help he said. 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 business. To place a classified ad please call 201.991.1600 5 6 11 2 41 PM LiquidationNP_11_5x21.indd 1 Deadline for obituaries Monday by 10 AM Leo R. Fitzsimmons Leo R. Fitzsimmons died at home on July 12. He was 52. Born in Newark he lived in Kearny and Colonia before moving to Lawrence Harbor about 10 years ago. Arrangements were by the Armitage and Wiggins Funeral Home 596 Belgrove Drive Kearny. A funeral service was held in the funeral home followed by a private cremation. To leave an online condolence please visit Leo had been an electrician for N.J. Transit. He is survived by his mother Evelyn (nee Carlin) his son Leo Ryan Fitzsimmons and his sister Mary Jane DaSilva Bernedette Marques Kathy Murphy and Terry Fitzsimmons. He was predeceased by his father Leo and his sister Evelyn. Cora Frank Cora Frank (nee McDonald) died July 15 in the Alaris Health Care Center in Kearny. She was 70. Arrangements were by the Armitage and Wiggins Funeral Home 596 Belgrove Dr. Kearny. Cora had worked for Fuji Films as a film developer. She is survived by her sons Nicholas (and Kelly O Neill) Frank and Natale Frank Jr. Also surviving are her two grandchildren Lyndsey Marie and Nicholas Jr. obituaries Manasquan before moving to Montville two years ago. Arrangements were by the Armitage and Wiggins Funeral Home 596 Belgrove Drive Kearny. A funeral Mass was held in St. Stephen s Church Kearny. Internment was in Immaculate Conception Cemetery Montclair. To leave an online condolence please visit Mr. Silkie served in the Marine Corps during World War II. He was a retired expeditor having worked at Otis Elevator. Husband of the late Dorothy (nee Cromie) he is survived by his children Caryn Silkie Dorothy Hemenway Linda Silkie and Thomas Silkie. Also surviving are seven grandchildren 12 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. He was predeceased by his daughter Pamela Rothenburger and her husband Harold. Maria T. Suarez Maria T. Suarez (nee Ruiz) 87 of East Newark entered into eternal rest on Saturday July 20 at home surrounded by her loving family. Born and raised in Cienfuegos Cuba Maria spent most of her life there before moving to East Newark 33 years ago. Maria is survived by her beloved husband Silvino Suarez her loving children Maria C. Garrido and Isabel A. Campos six grandchildren 17 great- THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 24 2013 25 To submit an obituary obituaries fax 201-991-8941 Babette Gillen Babette Gillen (nee Hering) 85 of Lyndhurst entered into eternal rest suddenly on Saturday July 20 at her home. Born and raised in Nuremberg Germany Babette moved to the United States in 1952 and spent most of her life in Harrison before moving to Lyndhurst in 2001. Predeceased by her husband John P. Gillen (2000) Babette is survived by her sons Robert J. and William Gillen and five grandchildren William Michael Danielle Brian and Adam. Private funeral services were under the direction of the Mulligan Funeral Home 331 Cleveland Ave Harrison. For information or to send condolences to the family please visit Charles Charlie J. Huhn Charles Huhn 44 passed away at his home on July 11. He is survived by his sister Darlene Huhn. As per his last wishes there was a private cremation by Thiele-Reid Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers make a donation in his name to St. Jude s Children s Hospital. Thomas J. Silkie Thomas J. Silkie passed away on July 15 at the Care One at Morris. He was 88. Born in Harrison he lived in grandchildren and three greatgreat grandchildren. She also leaves behind many nieces nephews and cousins. The funeral will be conducted from the Mulligan Funeral Home 331 Cleveland Ave Harrison on Wednesday July 24 at 9 30 a.m. Friends may call Tuesday July 23 from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. and Wednesday after 9 a.m. at the funeral home. Her interment will follow at Holy Cross Cemetery North Arlington. For information directions or to send condolences to the family please visit Born in Newark Thomas lived and was raised in Harrison before moving to Point Pleasant in 1997. He was the former owner of Dorsey Roofing Harrison for many years. Thomas served his country in the U.S. Army Reserves during peacetime. He was a member of the Bay Head Shores Property Owners Association Point Pleasant Elks BPOE 1698 Pt. Pleasant Moose Lodge 731 and the American Legion Brick Memorial Post 348 Brick. In his spare time Tom was an avid fisherman. Predeceased by his parents Thomas and Mary (nee Butler) Woods he is survived by Thomas M. Woods his sister Mary E. Glancey and Thomas M. Woods 61 enher husband Ted his daughter tered into eternal rest on Mon- Allison Woods nieces and day July 15 at home in Brick. nephews Christopher Glancey A funeral service was held and his wife Danielle Danielle at the Mulligan Funeral Home Doyle and her husband David 331 Cleveland Ave. Harrison Nicole Chevere and her huson Friday July 19. His cremaband Jay. He was great uncle tion was private. to Christopher Raegan JoFor information or to send seph Alyssa Gianna Mahlia condolences to the family Rhyan Antonio and Joseph. please visit www.mulliganfuAs per the request of the family please omit flowers. MARIO TEIXEIRA JR. 2542 DIRECTOR-MANAGER Shaw-Buyus Home for Services 138 DAVIS AVE. KEARNY NJ 07032 Tel (201) 991-2265 Turtle Back Zoo rated excellent Essex County Turtle Back Zoo has received a 2013 Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor one of the world s largest internet travel sites it was announced by Essex County Executive Joseph N. DiVincenzo Jr. The accolade is given to establishments that consistently achieve outstanding traveler reviews on TripAdvisor and is extended to qualifying businesses worldwide. Only the topperforming 10% of businesses listed on TripAdvisor are so recognized. The TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence is the best kind of recognition to receive because it comes directly from our visitors comments and shows how memorable a time they have at the Zoo. This outpouring of support demonstrates that Turtle Back is a beloved institution and we thank our visitors for their kind words DiVincenzo said. The zoo is a special place where an afternoon wildlife adventure can raise awareness about the importance of animals and conservation while creating family memories that will last a lifetime. The zoo received an overall rating of 4.5 out of 5 based on travelers feedback posted on the TripAdvisory website. To qualify for a Certificate of Excellence businesses must maintain an overall rating of four or higher out of a possible five as reviewed by travelers on TripAdvisor and must have been listed on TripAdvisor for at least 12 months. Current zoo hours are Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 30 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 30 p.m. Admission is 11 for adults 8 for children and senior citizens and free for children younger than age 2. For more information call 973-731-5800 or visit www. WILFRED ARMITAGE & WIGGINS FUNERAL HOME You will feel as if friends of family have taken over when you entrust funeral arrangements to the Wilfred Armitage Funeral Home. The family-owned firm has been in business for 75 years serving generations in West Hudson and South Bergen. Its beautiful facilities in a setting reminiscent of a colonial mansion reflect the graciousness and tact of its understanding personnel. Mark G. Wiggins Manager N.J. Lic. 3916 John W. Armitage Director N.J. Lic 2642 Wilfred Armitage & Wiggins Funeral Home 596 Belgrove Dr. Kearny NJ 07032 (201) 991-0657 26 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 24 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. CLASSIFIEDS APARTMENTS FOR RENT N.ARLINGTON Newly renovated Near schools close to bus stop Spacious 2 bedroom apt. Central Air Hardwood floors 1 month security. (973)699-6658 or (973)202-6662 Please Leave message. To place an ad call 201-991-1600 classified APARTMENTS FOR RENT 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 2 Family House for Sale in Kearny. Seven parking spaces shed. 2 bedrooms on 1st floor. 3 bedrooms on 2nd floor. 229 000 (201)998-8429 (201)283-4051 HARRISON House for sale by owner 2 Family 6 bedrooms 2 bathrooms LV Kitchen bath Large Backyard. Near schools & Transportation. 350 000. Call 973-820-3452. HOUSE FOR SALE OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT KEARNY AVE Office Store for rent. Supply own utilities. One month security. Available Now. (201)997-0026. Storage Space 20X20 One off street parking apply in person at Mace Brothers 512 kearny Ave. kearny. KEARNY 1 bedroom condo. 925 utilities. Laundry facility on premises. Parking space available with a fee. 529 Kearny Ave. Call Sophia for appt. (201)998-3516. APARTMENTS FOR RENT KEARNY 2 bedrooms airy 2nd floor newly decorated washer dryer hook-up. Garfield school area 1250 month plus utilities. 1-1 2 months security. 1 year lease. No pets. No smoking. (917)232-1642 KEARNY 2nd floor 2 bedrooms 1200 mon 1 month security. Pay own utilities. Available Aug 1st. (201)522-3082 KEARNY 2nd floor 5 rooms Newly renovated no pets. 1400 month Utlities. Near transportation. 1 month security. Available August 1st. (201)997-6819. KEARNY 3 bedroom apt. 1st floor. EIK LR. Central Air. 1200 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 bedrooms LR kitchen bath. 2nd floor. No pets. No smoking. Available August 1st. (201)279-8427 (201)819-7064 KEARNY 3 rooms 1 bedroom 3rd floor HT HW supplied. Refrigerator stove. No pets. No smoking. References required. 1-1 2 months security. 875 month. Available Immediately. (201)970-2435 (201)913-7295 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 APARTMENTS FOR RENT KEARNY 3 SMALL ROOMS (ONE BEDROOM) NEAR WEST HUDSON HOSPITAL. 820 INCLUDING HEAT HOT WATER. LAUNDRY ROOM. (973)493-7868 KEARNY 3rd floor 3 bedrooms. 1300 mo. 1-1 2 months security. Separate utilities. Available August 1st. (201)702-9097 (201)991-1049 KEARNY 4 rooms Ceramic Tile Kitchen bath hardwood floors garage. 1-1 2 months security. 1300 mo. Laundry Available. Separate utilities. August 1st. (908)209-8265. KEARNY 611 Elm St. 1 BR apt. Central Air. Available August 1st. No Pets. 900 utilities 1-1 2 months deposit. Month-Month lease. (201)993-4665 Jack KEARNY Apartment for rent Studio Apartment with a basement for storage in nice location heat and hot water included available August 1 2013 780.00 per month rent 1 1 2 month security. No pets. If interested please call Joanne 973-699-3146. APARTMENTS FOR RENT KEARNY Brand new Two Family House. 1st or 2nd floor available. 3 bedrooms LR kitchen central AC HT. Basement storage. Washer dryer hook-up. Off-street parking. Yard. 1850 month utilities. Available Immed. Close to NYC transportation. Good credit required. Call between the hrs. of 6AM-3PM M-F (201)998-8226 for appt. APARTMENTS FOR RENT SPACE FOR RENT KEARNY KEARNY 2nd floor Apt. 3 bedrooms LV DR bathroom & Kitchen. Please call 862-755-2927 KEARNY Arlington Section. 3br Newly Renovated 2nd fl. 1-1 2 baths LR DR 1 parking. 1500 Utilities. 1 month security. No pets smoking. NYC view. Available August 1st. 201-450-3979 or 862-400-5049. KEARNY 2 BR 2nd floor LR DR kitchen and bath 2 half rooms sunporch. 1250 month utilities separate Available now for viewing (201)726-2397 KEARNY Arlington Section North Arlington 2- Mother Daughter homes to be built. 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 CONDO FOR RENT APARTMENTS FOR RENT E.NEWARK 3 bedroom apt. & 1 Bedroom apt. utilities included apartments for rent. Call (862)588-1340. HARRISON Modern 2 Bedroom apt on 2nd floor located 8 blocks from Path station 1 250 plus 1-1 2 months security deposit. Call (201)618-3988 HARRISON- 2 rooms 1 bathroom 1 living room. Close to Path train bus stops and schools 1 1 2 month security deposit separate utility. No pets. You can move in by Available Immediately. Please call Charlotte 917-991-8738. OHARA AGENCY (201)997-6300 BUSINESS FOR SALE Lease for sale Cafe Barbecue Located in Ironbound Newark. Contact 908-327-7798. 1st Floor 5 Freshly Painted Rooms. Lg. LR. Formal DR. Mod. EIK & Bath. 2 BDRMs. Hardwood Floors No pets. Available Aug 1st. 1350 utilities. (732)859-9957 HALL FOR RENT Rental Affordable A C Nice Setting Party Hall 201-889-6677 201-572-1839 HOUSE WANTED Lease or Lease w options to Buy (preferred) Mature professional couple no children is looking for larger (2-3 bedrooms) single family house for 1-2 years lease. Occupancy not later than November 1 2013 or sooner. Two small dogs (min. beagle & terrier) trained and friendly. Preferred area(s) Kearny No. Arlington Lyndhurst Rutherford E. Rutherford Credit report and references available upon request. Pls. Call Marlene 201-355-7174 or Michael 862-266-2845. POLICY There are NO REFUNDS or CHANGES with CLASSIFIED ADS Please note there will be a 10.00 PROCESSIN G FEE if changes need to be made for running specials KEARNY 2 bedroom apartment. 2nd floor. 950 month. 1 month security due at signing of contract. No pets. (973)735-8778 after 4pm. KEARNY 2 bedrooms 2nd floor near school and transportation utilities not included 1 month security available August 1st. (201)991-0527 (973)368-7601 (862)368-5873 KEARNY Arlington Section. 1 bedroom 800 security Heat & Hot water included. (908)696-1866 APARTMENTS FOR RENT APARTMENTS FOR RENT 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- Completely Renovated. Nice quiet area. 5 modern rooms 2 bedrms L R D R wood floors AC DishWasher. 1 300 11 2 month security. Utilities separate. No pets. Available August 1st. Call (201)998-4336 after 5pm. KEARNY Clean 2nd floor duplex. 3 bedroom apart 1 bathroom EIK LR 2 walking closets & Laundry Room separate utilities no pets 1400 available August 1st. (201)647-6963 KEARNY EXTRA LARGE APT. 4 BEDROOMS. IDEAL FOR LARGE FAMILY 1650 MONTH SHOWING BY APPTS. (732)602-4043 (201)674-1473 KEARNY Harrison Border 1st floor apt. 2 bedrooms LR kitchen. 975. Utilities not included. No Pets. (201)998-2153 (201)951-2868 KEARNY Large apartment in Arlington SEction. 1700sq.ft. Close to transportation and shopping. 3 large bedrooms 2 full bathrooms. LR DR and large EIK. Central AC washer dryer hook-up accessible. 1st floor. Available August 15th or September 1st. Utilities included. No pets. Asking 1950 month. Must see. Text or call (201)725-5116 or call (201)955-1854 KEARNY Large Studio Apt. for rent utilities included. 850 month. Available Now. 1 1 2 month Security required (973)527-3719. KEARNY Modern 3 room apt. 900. HT HW Included. 1-1 2 months security. No pets. Available August 1st. (973)960-3531 (201)991-2806 KEARNY Recently renovated 3 bedrooms Hardwood floors LR. Near school & transportation. 1150 1 month security. Small pets ok. Available September 1st. (201)772-7053 KEARNY 1 bedroom 3rd floor 3 rooms. No Pets Smoking. 900 Utilities. 1 month security. 201-755-2269. Kearny 1 bedroom Apt. 900 month Heat & Hot water included 1 off street Parking space. N.Arlington Garden apt. 4 room 1300 Heat Included. Harrison Livingroom Diningroom Kitchen. 3 Bedrooms 2nd. Fl. 1450 Utilities. 3 rooms 1050 Heat Included. Call for details. OHARA AGENCY (201)997-6300 CONSECUTIVELY HARRISON HARRISON 2nd floor 2 bedrooms. Central AC. Close to PATH. No pets smoking. 1300 month. 1-1 2 months security. Separate utilites. Available Now. (973)485-0650 HARRISON 213-215 Harrison Ave. 2 bedroom apt. 850 month & 2 new 1 bedroom apt. 1st floor 950 month 1 1 2 months security utilities super on premise. For rent by Landlord. Available Now. (973)578-4599. HARRISON 1 bedroom apt. Clean quiet and comfortable. W fridge. No pets. Lease & security. 775 plus utilities. (862)223-9974 HARRISON 1st & 2nd floor. 6 room apartment. 3 bedrooms DR LR kitchen bathroom. Use of backyard. Near schools & transportation. Pay own utilities. 1-1 2 months security. Available September 1st. (201)991-3399 (201)955-2662 HARRISON 2 bedrooms LR DR EIK 1050 month. 1-1 2 months security. No Pets. Separate utilities. (973)380-9007 SPECIAL MUST RUN THREE & FOUR WEEKS BELLEVILLE BELLEVILLE 1 bedroom. Available now. Utilities separate. No smoking. No pets. 1-1 2 months security. Please leave message (973)202-1919 BELLEVILLE 1 BR Available Now. 884 H HW Inc. No Pets. Call 201-450-1370. BELLEVILLE 3 Bedrooms. 3rd floor. Available. No pets. Call Mike 10am-6pm (201)994-5056 or (201)991-9857 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 BELLEVILLE Apt for rent 2 bedrooms diningroom livingroom kitchen sunroom 1200 plus utilities. Available August 1st. Call Al (973)876-8992. HARRISON 2 bedrooms LR kitchen. Near transportation. Laundry room. Utilities not included. 1100 month. No pets. Available September 1st. (201)364-7589 HARRISON 2 bedrooms Sussex st. LV DR Kitchen Full Bath Hardwood floors freshly painted W D hook up. Available Aug. 1st. Bill 973-390-0763. HARRISON 2 bedrooms. 1-1 2 bathrooms. C A. Parking. Laundry room. Major appliances included. No pets. Security required. Available Sept. 1st. (973)876-1648 (973)289-8690 leave a message. APARTMENTS FOR RENT APARTMENTS FOR RENT KEARNY Studio Apartment In Modern Garden Apartment bldg. dressing alcove built-in vanity dresser walk-in closet vanity bath free parking Available August 1st rent 735.00 plus utilities. Call (201)991-6261 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 24 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. CLASSIFIEDS APARTMENTS FOR RENT N. ARLINGTON N.ARLINGTON 1 bedroom garden style apt. available. New kitchen bath & windows. HT HW included. Please call Lisa (973)330-2874. N.ARLINGTON 2 Bedrooms L R EIK Bathroom HT HW included No smoking No pets Near School Transportation. Available Now 1300 (201)246-8883 N.ARLINGTON 2 large Bedrooms LR Kitchen Hardwood Floors 1200 utilities. 1 month security No Pets. Walk to Bus. Available now. Credit check required. (201)991-2598 N.ARLINGTON 2 room apartment. Available now. Freshly painted. (201)997-0009 N.ARLINGTON 3 small rooms Off-street parking. No Smoking. No pets. 700 1 month security utilities. Available August 1st. (201)991-5252 27 To place an ad call 201-991-1600 classified HANDYMAN Interior Exterior new & repairs. All types of Carpentry.Reasonable rates quality work reliable experienced. 13VH06620900 APARTMENTS FOR RENT HARRISON 26 KINGSLAND AVE. 2nd floor 2 bedrooms LR DR kitchen. 1200 month. 1-1 2 month security utilities. No Pets. Available August 1st. (973)477-4797 APARTMENTS FOR RENT HARRISON 617 Sussex St. 2 bedrooms LR kitchen bathroom laundry room. Close to PATH train. Separate utilities. 1225 Plus 1 month security. Available September 1st. Call Cell. (973)420-8694 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 EMPLOYMENT Driver Part time Class A Hazmat Lic 1-2 days a week Retirees Welcome Call Mike 201-939-1644 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 Experienced movers needed drivers helpers doing local moves & packing. Livingston Area. Hiring Immediately (973)953-1384 or (973)255-0621 Owner Operators Weekly Settlements. 4 % Advance. No Forced Dispatch Trailer Rental Program. O OPs with own Authority Welsome. Flatbed. 718-730-6637 EMPLOYMENT DO IT ALL CARPET CLEANING 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 (201)991-3223 HARRISON 2nd floor 1 bedroom apartment. No pets. 1-1 2 months security. Available August 1st. (201)998-3722 (201)991-8453 day. HARRISON 2nd floor 5 rooms 2 bedrooms HT included. Utilities separate. Available August 1st. (973)481-1874 HARRISON 2nd floor 2 bedrooms hardwood floor in LR. Eat-in kitchen. Surround sound wiring installed in LR. Plenty of closets. 2 Family house. 1300 month HT HW included. 1-1 2 months security. Street parking in front of house for one car. Near schools (732)423-8730 HARRISON 3 bedrooms LR DR kitchen. C A. 2nd floor 1 400 utilities. 1 month security. Available August 1st. Call after 6 00pm (201)704-6228 HARRISON 3 bedrooms. 1st floor. 2 full baths. Garage & More. Washer Dryer Hook up. Access to Backyard 1500 month Utilities. (973)953-5031. 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 Brand new just built 1200 sq.ft. 5 min to PATH. Two full baths 2 bedrooms 3rd floor. 3 bedrooms 1 LR 1 family room 3 full bathrooms duplex apt. stainless steel appliances. (917)346-7736 (917)776-9915 HARRISON Cleveland Ave. 2 bedrooms kitchen LR. Good condition. 1025 month. Separate utilites. One month security. Available September 1st. No pets. (201)618-6984 HARRISON Newly renovated large 3 bedroom apt. 2nd floor. 10 minute walk to PATH Washer Dryer in unit. 1400 month Utilities 1 1 2 months security deposit. 1 year lease. Available 8 1. 307 Harrison Ave. (862)222-4204 HARRISON East Newark Quiet & Clean 2 family home 2nd floor 3 bedrooms livingroom kitchen central air. 1350 month. Close to Path. 1 min. walk to laundrymat. 1 month security. (973)454-3281. ROOM FOR RENT Harrison 2nd floor Room for rent share apt. with Room mate Kitchen livingroom bathroom. 1 month security. (973)481-9090 (973)985-3893 HARRISON Room For Rent for 1 person. Private Entrance Cable included. 415 month 1 month security. No smoking. No Drinking. (973)489-6668 KEARNY Furnished Room for rent. close to transportation. Preferably for Woman No Smoking. References and Security required. Utilities Cable & Internet included 500. 201-428-8558. KEARNY Room for rent. (201)725-3088 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 Receptionist in Auto Shop at least 3 years office experience motivated & personable must write & speak fluent English & should speak Portuguese or Spanish. Computer Programs & basic Quickbooks. Please send resume to resume fax 973-589-0071 phone 973-344-8095. 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 RUBBISH REMOVAL A1 Affordable Rubbish Removal Attics Basements Yard Cleaning. We Haul or you Can Rent 10-15 Cubic Yard Containers. We Accept Visa Mastercard (201)998-1262 ANDRIELLO CLEANOUTS LANDSCAPING AFFORDABLE & SIMPLE LANDSCAPING Spring clean-ups mowing Hedge trim mulch flower planting & more. Reasonable Rates. Sr discounts available Dave 201-286-7224 FT PT STEWARTS ROOT BEER Restaurant Now Hiring Servers Waiters & Waitresses Apply at Help Wanted In North Newark Near Mill Street Packing and Light Assembly. 8.50 to start. Must speak both English & Spanish Call 973-482-8603 8 30 to 5 Mon-Fri ROOFING Construction Design Maint. Clean Ups Shrub Trimming Grass Cutting Lic.13VH04443200 ANDRIELLO LANDSCAPE Yards Garages Basements Attics Real Estate Rubbish Removal Demolition Lic.13VH04443200 (201)874-1577 (201)939-7308 CLEANING SERVICES Annies Cleaning Service Homes offices. Move in-out cleaning. Gift Certificates Avail. Excellent references 973-667-6739 862-210-0681 LYNDHURST LYNDHURST 1 bedroom(large) LV. ceramic tile EIk 1050 all utilities included no pets please Available Immediately call 201-939-3732 N.ARLINGTON Three large modern rooms 2nd floor. 700 sq.ft. Hardwood floors. Tile kitchen Laundry facilities. HT HW supplied. Close to NY trans. No dogs. Available Aug 1st. (908)240-9302 N.ARLINGTON 4-1 2 room 2 Bedrooms LR kitchen. 2nd floor. Freshly painted. Garage. No pets. 1200 utilities. (201)889-0105 FURNISHED ROOM KEARNY See for yourself clean quiet room 2nd floor private sink and refrigerator. Clean sheets given weekly. Gentleman preferred. Positively no smoking in or out of room. Four weeks security required. 115 weekly. Call (973)228-4281 KEARNY Furnished room for gentleman. Kitchen privileges. No smoking. No drinking. Everything included. Security required. (201)991-3289 Help Wanted Sales Representative bi-lingual. For Enterprise HVHC Supply. 701 Main St. Belleville NJ 07109. Licensed Nail Technician or Hairdresser needed for salon in Kearny & Harrison. Competitive pay. Please call (908)675-6669 (732)208-0642 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 LANDSCAPING LLC Spring Clean-ups Lawn maintenance Top Soil Mulch Free Estimates (201)438-3991 MARIO ESPOSITO SERVICES OFFERED DJ Jimmy C Will do Parties Sweet 16s Birthdays etc. Reasonable rates (201)772-7123 or email jimmyciaston gmail. com Look no more Can do interior or exterior work no more waiting for buses or taxis to take you shopping to the doctors or Shop Rite etc. Call Don (201)606-5622 Will clean houses apartment offices. References Couple from Poland 201-997-4932 leave message NUTLEY NUTLEY Apartment for rent 1 Bedroom Apartment nice location Parking on site 975.00 per month plus utilities 1 1 2 month security. If interested please call Laurie 973-284-0901. NUTLEY Large 1 Bedroom apartment EIK large LR. 2nd Floor private house 1100 Utilities. No pets. Call Steve (201)341-7825 REPAIRS OR NEW SINCE 72 WEATHERSHIELD Cell (973)760-4877 (800)339-8802 WE FIX WINDOWS WINDOWS WINDOWS EMPLOYMENT CDL Drivers A B Call Today Start Tomorrow Great Pay & Benefits. (201)991-1586 SERVICES OFFERED Now hiring servers & bus boys w experience. Bilingual. Call (551)580-2244 OPEN HOUSE Performance Foodservice-AFI 1 ikea Drive Elizabeth NJ. Saturday 7 27 13. 7 27 13. 9am-1pm. Questions. 908-436-3866 New Re-roofing Slate Repairs Gutters Cleaned Flat Roofing Also Do Painting Free Estimates Fully Insured Office Homes Commercial Buildings Townhouses Condo Senior Discounts EXPERT CLEANING SET UP JUST FOR YOU (201)998-5153 References available at your request Call Sonia Portuguese Espa ol HEATING & COOLING Cooling Heating Residential Service & Installation. Commercial Residentail repair. Walk-in boxes. Call Premier 201-927-1134. (908)962-9432 MASONRY MASONRY SIDEWALKS PATIOS DRIVEWAYS RETAINING WALLS STEPS ALL CONCRETE WORK SERVICES OFFERED Woman offers to take care of Seniors in their house P T. Kearny & N.Arlington areas. Speaks Portuguese and English. References (201)428-1314 Estates Bought & Sold Fine Furniture Antiques Accessories Gold & Silver. WANTED TO BUY Cash Paid (201)920-8875 HANDYMAN BRICK PAVER DESIGNS SANTOS CONSTRUCTION CO. FREE ESTIMATES. Family Owned For Over 30 Years Fully Insured and Licensed Call Our Office 973-589-2712 EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT HANDYMAN LET US SHOW YOU OUR WORK 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. 2 Brothers from New Jersey Home Improvement Specialist Kitchen Bathrooms Wood-Tile - Vinyl Flooring Crown Moldings Painting & much more Call Bill Master Carpenter 2brotherinlawsfromnj (973)803-6524 or (973)803-6526 Licensed and Insured Lic 0400462204 Free Estimates Also Cleanouts 28 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 24 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. CLASSIFIEDS PAINTING & DECORATING CHRIS PAINTING Interior & Exterior Spray Aluminum siding Sheetrock Water damages Lead safe. Fully Insured (201)896-0292 J & M Decorators & Sons Family Owned Since 1972 Specializing in Interior & Exterior Painting. Sheetrock plaster wallpaper removal and water damage repairs. Fully Insured. Free Estimate. No sub contractors or hiding costs. To place an ad call 201-991-1600 classified WANTED CASH REWARD UP TO 100 ANY PHOTOS OF KEARNY CAR DEALERSHIPS OR PHOTOS OF CARS AROUND KEARNY FROM THE 1940S-1970S. PLEASE CALL (201)726-0050 OR (201)-991-6622. WANTED TO BUY GUTTERS D. FITZGERALD Seamless Gutters Installed. Gutters Cleaned We-R- Also Dennies Painting & Roofing Slate Roofs repaired. 1(800)479-3262 Quality work for over 40 years. Licensed Bonded & Insured. Call For Free Estimate. All work guaranteed (201)997-4288 Cell(201)522-3064 Lic & Buss Permit 500 HILL ELECTRIC ELECTRICAL SERVICES ITEM FOR SALE DJ Equipment 1 amp Peavey 5 Disc C.D. Player w 2 Large Speakers and Stands. Also M.S.A. Classic 10 string steel guitar 1500 or B.O. 201-954-4887 Dennie. Spring Garden saw garden grow in Nutley 35 years experience Serving Kearny N.Arlington Lyndhurst Rutherford All Types Of Work Foundation Brick Work Basements Big or Small Jobs VIDREIRO MASONRY (201)893-1273 J. M. Electronics Computer Repair Free Computer Check-up We Buy & Sell Computers TV Repair LCD & Plasma 502 Kearny Ave. Kearny NJ 07032 Call Jeff for more information at (201)486-2057 (201)997-8957 John SAL POLIZZOTTO HOME IMPROVEMENT FM Property Home Repairs & Improvements Kitchens Bathrooms Doors Floors Windows Painting Decks All types of repairs Lic. 13VH05674000 Painting Decorating interior exterior Paper Hanging ceiling. Full Installation General Repairs. Over 14 years experience. Final moving sale. Everything must go this weekend. 647 Devon St. Kearny. 7 277 28. 9am-5pm Rain Shine. Antiques China Cabinet Appliances Bedroom Set Dressers Fridge Gas Stove Stacked washer dryer Sleeper sofa. (201)939-8781 FREE ESTIMATE ESTATE SALE All Furniture for sale. Good price. 183 Hickory St. Kearny N.J. 07032. Saturday and Sunday 10am-5pm. PLUMBING Courageous Plumbing HVAC LLC Lic. 11103 Plumbing Heating Cooling Sewer Complete basement pump out & Sump pumps MC VISA and Finace Available 50 off when mention this ad. PAINTING & DECORATING ALEXANDER PAINTING DECORATING Sheet rock dray wall. Skim coat tape & spackle Water damage. Wallpaper remove. 15 years of experience. Free Estimates. (973)985-6644 GARAGE & YARD SALE Yard Sale 107 7th st. Harrison NJ. Saturdays Aug 3rd & 10th ( rain dates - Sundays Aug. 4th & 11th) from 9am-4pm NO EARLY BIRDS. fred 201-428-7160 Fully Insured To place a classified ad please call 201.991.1600 MASONRY COMPUTER SERVICES MOVING SALE (201)206-4845 JOSEPH V. FERRIERO REMODELING SPECIALIST FULLY INS. & LIC. J&L ATWELL (201)998-6236 CONSTRUCTION ALEXANDER PAINTING DECORATING Sheet rock dray wall. Skim coat tape & spackle Water damage. Wallpaper remove. 15 years of experience. Free Estimates. (973)985-6644 Plumbing & Heating Kitchen and bath remodeling. Carpentry. Fully Ins. Free Est. Lic 165 (201)637-1775 AUTOMOBILES WANTED 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 GARAGE FOR RENT Kearny Garage for Rent near Belleville Pke. 130 month. Call 908-240-9302. 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 2002 Chevrolet Cavalier good condition. Low milage. Sold as is. 2800 or best offer. (201)214-8901 (201)294-6720 J & F TOWING CA H 4 JUNK Youngsters at Nutley s Spring Garden School had a busy fall planting herbs basil tomatoes lettuce spinach spearmint and squash in its updated greenhouse and this spring tended to outdoor flower and strawberry gardens. Parent volunteers joined by Anthony and Monica DeFrank Paving & Landscapers Public Works Commissioner Joseph Scarpelli and crew Rory M. Reilly of Cavan Corp. Clifton Home Depot gardeners Jim O Rourke Lisle Hill III and Frank Sasso Nutley School Board President Charles Kucinski teacher Chris Osieja and Principal Laurie LaGuardia worked together to make the project a success. PVSC repairs sewer line Last week the Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission closed off part of Schuyler Ave. near the Harrison Kearny border to reline its 42-inch concrete interceptor line between Dukes St. and Hamilton St. The PVSC contracted with Green Mountain Pipeline Services Inc. of South Royalton Vt. to do the job. No cost estimate was available at press time. PVSC spokeswoman Hollie Gilroy said We are bypassing the main sewer which means we are pumping around the construction site to ensure all sewage is coming to the [treatment) plant (in Newark) down ANDREAS PAINTING Professional House Painter 165 Interior & Exterior Printing-Plastering-Taping Free Estimates (201)997-0706 Speak slow on answer machine please 25 years experience All types of electrical wiring 24 hour emergency service. Free estimate 10% off with ad Lic. 11909 El. Insp. 7566 EMERALD ELECTRIC (201)955-2678 ELECTRICAL SERVICES ELECTRICAL SERVICES PAVING PAVING Commercial & Residential Driveways Parking Lots Belgian Blocks Sidewalks Steps Pavers Retaining Walls All asphalt work LORENA (201)991-4165 Cell (201)401-4525 Kearny Fax (201)997-5783 Lic By NJ Member of BBB Fully Insured Free Estimates JAG PAVING CORP. to Harrison so the new pipe liner can be inserted and then cured in place. - Ron Leir THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 14 2013 29 Juang Reyes feted by Woman s Club Carolyn Gretchen education committee chairwoman of the Arlington Woman s Club (c.) with Mandy Juang (r.) and Jade Reyes. Arlington Woman s Club recently awarded a 500 scholarship to Kearny High School graduate Mandy Juang. Juang a National Honor Society member who received a National Science Award in chemistry is treasurer of the KHS Executive Board student advisor for SAAD and sits on the Municipal Alliance. She was named MVP basketball player and received All-County awards for basketball and volleyball. She plans to attend Rowan University to attain certification as an athletic trainer. The club also awarded an English medal and 100 sti- pend to Jade Reyes. Reyes a KHS transfer student from New York is president of the KHS Book Club and serves as a catechist for her church s youth group. She has been admitted to Fordham University as a pre-law student and plans to focus on environmental law. THEME KIDS CLASSICS ACROSS 1. Hospital s CAT and PET 6. Deadeye s forte 9. Song Sixteen ____ 13. Essay theme 14. Often precedes bum or bunny 15. Blender button 16. Swelling 17. Princess fairy tale tormentor 18. In pieces 19. Shooters and keepsies game 21. Roald Dahl title character 23. It s often served at Thanksgiving 24. Bad habit 25. As opposed to a hook or cross 28. Gauche or Droite in Paris 30. Store in a silo 35. Matured or cured 37. Short for returned 39. A hunter follows this 40. Ta-ta in Italy 41. Self described King of All Media 43. Football great ____ Graham 44. Clumsy one 46. Black and white treat 47. Makes lacework intertwines 48. Establishes 50. All excited 52. Get the picture 53. Told to go away in nursery rhyme 55. Affirmative action 57. Double Dutch action 61. Set the boundaries of 65. Biblical patriarch 66. Grassland 68. Harry Potter antagonist 69. Bed on a ship 70. Big galoot 71. Wading bird 72. Gaelic 73. Over the top 74. Must-haves DOWN 1. Kind of cell 2. Musical finale 3. Rich Little e.g. 4. Not in my backyard acr. 5. Relating to a musical scale 6. Nile reptiles 7. He follows Mike on candy box 8. Dolphins home Solutions from 7 17 13 9. South American Indian 10. Face-to-face exam 11. Egghead 12. ___ _ good example 15. Plate used to hold bread during Eucharist pl. 20. Eastern V.I.P. s 22. Highest card in War 24. One who is celebrated on special holiday 25. a.k.a. Knucklebones 26. Catlike 27. Knockout or dandy 29. Obama s special power 31. Dick and Jane s dog 32. I to Greeks pl. 33. Fishes with a wormlike filament for luring prey 34. Jagged like a leaf s edge 36. Pencil-and-paper game 38. Fortune-telling coffee remnants 42. Nobody 45. Switzerland metropolis 49. What 49ers did 51. Little ______ Books 54. Ice house 56. Sad song 57. Agree 58. Substance abuser 59. Looney Tunes Marvin was from here 60. Goose liver dish 61. Cuckoo 62. Filly s mother 63. Coffee choice 64. Marines toy recipients 67. Chow down 30 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 24 2013 DIRECT HEATING & COOLING CENTRAL AIR BUSINESS RY DIRECT ASPHALT PAVING LANDSCAPING DESIGN ALL MASONRY WORK FULLY INSURED FREE ESTIMATES BUSINESS RY COURAGEOUS NJ Lic 11103 New York Deli & Restaurant Iramis 201.772.5656 and RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL Peter J. 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PLUMBING HEATING COOLING Sewer and Drain Cleaning Rooter COURAGEOUS NJ Lic 11103 40 Discount 831 Harrison Ave. Kearny NJ 24 HOURS TOWING SERVICE Sets of 4 Tires RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL 201.991.7795 973.844.1300 973.743.7759 PLUMBING HEATING LIC. 1637 24 HOUR SERVICE Tel. 201.991.1200 Cell. 973.820.7637 CourageousPlumb 50 OFF EMERGENCY SERVICE 201.206.4845 908.387.8150 I GENERAL COSMETIC & IMPLANT DENTISTRY Love PERFUME DESIGNER FRAGRANCE DISTRIBUTOR Kearny - NJ (201) 246-0923 We sell original perfumes only San Juan - PR (787) 701-4747 Home of the 1 2 pound Burgers j&j Fine Wine & Liquor 39 Ridge Road Lyndhurst NJ Accepting NOW ACCEPTING LOCAL 472-172 Falamos Portugu s Hablamos Espa ol 47 Kearny Ave Kearny NJ 07032 201-998-1400 125HKearnyAve. Kearny NJ 201-246-0923 201-729-0080 To advertise in our Business Directory Call 201-991-1600 To advertise in our Business Directory Call 201-991-1600 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 24 2013 Bellavia Celebrating Our 40th Anniversary 31 CHEVROLET BUICK NEW CLASS OF WORLD CLASS EAST RUTHERFORD NJ MAKE IT 1 LESS IMPORT Over 600 New & Pre-Owned Vehicles In Stock Shop Online 24 7 Bellavia AS LOW AS O%APR FINANCING Bellavia 5-YEAR POWERTRAIN UP TO 72 MONTHS 5 YEAR 100 000 WITH THE PURCHASE OF EVERY MILE WARRANTY NEW CHEVROLET CAR AND TRUCK. NAVIGATION ONSTAR 36 MPG HWY 4 Year 50 000 Bumper To Bumper Warranty 32 MPG HWY NEW 2013 CHEVROLET CRUZE LS NAVIGATION ONSTAR FREE First Payment Silver Stk 13-1111D VIN D7254687 4-Dr FRWD 4-Cyl Auto P S ABS A C w Clim Cntrl Dual Air Bags Frt Bkt Sts P Winds Lcks Mrrs R Def Tilt Cruise Alloy Whls T Gls Sec Sys Keyless Entry Satellite Radio AM FM CD Nav OnStar. MSRP 19 035. Based on a 39 Month Closed End Lease. Total due at inception 1 495 (includes 1 495 Down Payment 0 1st Mo. Payment 0 Bank Fee & 0 Sec Deposit.) tax. 10 000 mi yr excess mi .25 thereafter. Total Payments 4 902. Residual 10 849.95. Price includes Conquest Lease Rebate if qualified. 139 32 MPG HWY Lease per 39mos. NEW 2013 BUICK VERANO NAVIGATION ONSTAR FREE First Payment Lease per 39mos. Mocha Bronze Stk 13-282 VIN 192736 4-Dr FRWD 4-Cyl Auto w OD Trac Cntrl ABS A C Dual Side Curtain Air Bags Frt Bkt Sts P Winds Lcks Mrrs R Def Tilt Telescopic Cruise Alloy Whls Sec Sys Keyless Entry Satellite Radio AM FM CD Nav OnStar Bluetooth Remote Start MSRP 23 975. Based on a 39 Month Closed End Lease. Total due at inception 1 995 (includes 1 995 Down Payment 0 1st Mo. Payment 0 Bank Fee & 0 Sec Deposit.) tax.10 000 mi yr excess mi .25 thereafter. Total Payments 5 811. Residual 14 732.30. 149 22 MPG HWY EQUINOX LS NEW 2013 CHEVROLET FREE First Payment Blue Stk 13-1259 VIN D6286167 SUV FRWD 4-Cyl Auto P S ABS A C w Clim Cntrl Dual Side Curtain Air Bags Frt Bkt Sts P Winds Lcks Mrrs R Def Wpr Tilt Cruise Alloy Whls Sec Sys Keyless Entry Satellite Radio AM FM CD Nav OnStar MSRP 25 015. Based on a 39 Month Closed End Lease. Total due at inception 1 995 (includes 1 995 Down Payment 0 1st Mo. Payment 0 Bank Fee & 0 Sec Deposit.) tax. 10 000 mi yr excess mi .25 thereafter. Total Payments 6 981. Residual 14 758.85. Price includes Conquest Lease Rebate if qualified. 179 2011 GMC Lease per 39mos. ENCLAVE NEW 2013 BUICK Lease per 39mos. Silver Stk 13-343 VIN DJ237329 SUV FRWD 6-Cyl Auto P S ABS A C w Clim Cntrl Dual Side Curtain Air Bags Frt Bkt Sts P Winds Lcks Mrrs R Def Wpr Tilt Cruise Alloy Whls T Gls Sec Sys Keyless Entry Satellite Radio AM FM CD Nav OnStar. MSRP 39 340. Based on a 39 Month Closed End Lease. Total due at inception 3 244 (includes 2 995 Down Payment 249 1st Mo. Payment 0 Bank Fee & 0 Sec Deposit.) tax. 10 000 mi yr excess mi .25 thereafter. Total Payments 9 711. Residual 22 817.20. Price includes Conquest Lease Rebate if qualified. 249 ACADIA AWD 2012 GMC BELLAVIA PRE-OWNED VEHICLES MALIBU 1LT 2012 CHEVROLET CAPTIVA SPORT 2012 CHEVROLET SIERRA 1500 CAPTIVA SPORT LT SUV 2012 CHEVROLET CAMARO 2LT COUPE 2012 CHEVROLET Silver Ice Stk 13194 VIN CF385338 2.4L I4 Auto FRWD P Wind Lcks Mrrs Cruise Tilt AM FM CD 14 455mi. 16 495 Silver Ice Stk 13194 VIN CF385338 2.4L I4 Auto FRWD P S ABS A C P Winds Lcks Mrrs Cruise Tilt Telescopic AM FM Satellite 14 455mi. 18 995 Regular Cab Stk 13241 VIN BZ201901 4.3L V6 4WD Auto FRWD P Wind Lcks Mrrs AM FM MP3 Cruise Tilt 13 952mi. 18 995 Stk 12726 VIN CS548367 3.0L V6 Auto Frt License Plate Bracket Htd Driver & Frt Pass Sts P Tilt-Sliding Sun Rf. Lthr 11 865mi. 20 995 Red Stk 12861 VIN C9197331 3.6L V6 Auto RWD P Winds Lcks AM FM Satellite Tilt Cruise Sun Rf 10 031mi. 25 995 Carbon Black Metallic Stk 12854 VIN CJ323215 3.6L V6 Auto OnStar AM FM Stereo CD MP3 Player Remote Start Power Lift Gate 12 904mi. 32 497 199 Rt.17 South E.Rutherford NJ 201.939.6800 See dealer for complete details. Finance through the Ally Smart Lease contract. Not all buyers will qualify. See dealer for details. Lessee responsible for Tax title license dealer fees and optional equipment extra. Other restrictions may apply. 0% APR for up to 72 months on select 2012 models. Financed through Ally Financial Inc. not all buyers will qualify. Lessee responsible for excess wear tear and mileage charges as stated. Price(s) includes(s) all costs to be paid by consumer except for licensing costs registration fees and taxes. Pictures for illustrative purposes only. Offers expire on 07.31.13. 2013 32 THE OBSERVER WEDNESDAY JULY 24 2013 Remove The From Your Summer Plans Summer Special 12.50 per unit through Labor Day Regularly 15 Options Medical (973) 210-7331 582 Franklin Ave Nutley NJ 07110