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ts the summer of 1865 in


Waterloo, New York, and
druggist Henry C. Welles had
an idea. The Civil War had just
ended, and Welles idea was to
place patriotic flowers on the
graves of soldiers who had died
for the Cause. Nothing came
from this thought until the
spring of 1866, when Welles
brought his plan to Civil War
hero General John B. Murray,
who completely supported the
idea. In a committee run by
Welles and General Murray, on
May 5, 1866, the village of
Waterloo was decorated with
evergreens and mourning black,
along with Flags at half-mast.
Ceremonies and the decorating
of graves took place at three
cemeteries, as residents, civic
society members, and veterans
marched to and from the
gravesites led by General Murray
and martial music.
Waterloo celebrated the
next year on May 5, then joined
with other communities in hold-
ing the observance on May 30,
1868, in accordance with
General Order Number 11 by
General John A. Logan,
National Commander of the
Grand Army of the Republic.
This first observance saw flowers
placed on the graves for
Decoration Day of both Union
and Confederate soldiers in
Arlington National Cemetery.
This is one of many stories as to
how Memorial Day began, with a
lot of cities and towns claiming
to having started the holiday.
Womens groups say that they
were decorating graves in the
South before the Civil War
ended, especially in a hymn not
published until 1867 by Nella L.
Sweet called Kneel Where Our
Loves Are Sleeping." It would
most likely be safest to say that
Memorial Day had its start in
numerous places wherever the
celebration of the patriotic dead
was carried out.
To go back to its beginnings,
the first state to officially recog-
nize what was originally called
Decoration Day was New York in
1873, followed by all the
Northern states by 1890.
However, the South refused to
acknowledge the observance,
honoring their dead on separate
days until after World War I,
when the holiday changed from
honoring just those who died
fighting in the Civil War to hon-
oring Americans who died fight-
ing in any war. Southern commu-
nities set aside a day to mark the
end of the war as a memorial to
specific battles, such as
Sharpsburg, Maryland (Antietam
Battlefield), Charleston, South
Carolina, Petersburg, Virginia,
and Columbus, Mississippi.
The popularity of the day
and the use of poppies was
heightened in 1915 with the
December publishing of the
World War I poem In Flanders
Field by Lieutenant Colonel Dr.
John Mc Crea. Inspired by the
Proverbs 3:5,6 God Bless America
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St. Andrew's Episcopal
Church will host its third
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tasting on Friday, May 18 from
7-10 p.m. Approximately 10
vendors will participate.
Appetizers, dessert, and coffee
are provided. Several food and
beverage baskets, valued at
$100, will be raffled during the
evening. The event will be
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Used Book Sale: Friday, May
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Christian High School, 50
Oakwood Ave, North
Haledon. Come and purchase a
piece of history. You might
even recognize some books
from generations past. Books
will be bargain-priced. Pro-
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Media Center revitalization
project.
May 19
The Montville United
Methodist Church located on
Route 202 in Towaco will be
holding a Pasta Dinner. The
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with continuous serving from
4:30 p.m. -6:30p.m. Tickets are
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repairing homes. You can
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May 20
The Disability Ministry of
Jacksonville Chapel will host a
delicious lunch on May 20,
1:30 p.m. -4 p.m. in the
Jacksonville Chapel Gymnasi-
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attend this event which is open
to anyone with a disability,
their family and caregivers.
Included in the program: A
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his is part one of three
articles reviewing the
most current scientific
evidence showing the rela-
tionship of the health of our
mouths to our bodys systemic
health. The latest research is
showing an incontrovertible
truth: oral health is an inte-
gral part of preventative cardi-
ology, a substantial part of dia-
betic care, and a major part of
the prevention of any inflam-
matory disease.
The mouth is the portal
of entry for most of the patho-
genic (disease-causing bacte-
ria) bacteria that affects our
health, and a location for
potential infections that
affects us adversely.
Oral inflammation is the
bodys response to any issues in
the mouth. It not only shows
up in periodontal (gum) dis-
ease which effects 85 percent
of the U.S. population and is
the most common human
inflammatory disease but
also in patients with crowded,
decaying, and abscessed teeth,
partially erupted wisdom
teeth, and cancers.
Inflammation in the
mouth results in an inflamma-
tory response. When you cut
your skin, for instance, your
body sends cells to that area to
repair it. This inflammatory
response results in redness,
swelling, and scabbing. Orally,
the inflammatory response is
similar, but the byproducts
spread quickly throughout our
body. Because of the large
blood supply and thin mem-
branes, this influences all
inflammatory diseases in our
body.
Dont ever forget to
look at periodontal disease as
an important source of
inflammation in reference to
cardiovascular disease, said
Marc Penn, M.D., Ph.D., at a
recent heart symposium for
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heart attacks are not being
prevented is because health
care providers are not recog-
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Lloyd Rudy, M.D. con-
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ential cardiovascular surgeons
in cardiology compares the
bodys inflammatory response
to infection to a house fire.
Inflammation is the fire.
When blood vessel walls
around the heart catch fire,
we have heart attacks and
strokes. Think of the body as
a house and the mouth as the
kitchen. When we have gum
disease, we have fire in our
kitchen that may burn the
house down.
The next part of this
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body inflammatory diseases
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inflammation, including car-
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kidney disease, Alzheimers
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to consider the potential for
negative markets during the
accumulation phase of ones
retirement monies, but, more
importantly, throughout their
retirement income systematic
withdrawal years!
Consider what effect the
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have had on your portfolio if
you were withdrawing system-
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funds! What the media calls
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investors accumulating retire-
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would be best for each per-
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the risks inherent in stock
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my 31 years in this industry, I
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and the aftermath of the
tsunamis that devastated
their portfolios that were
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fit rider. Sure there is a cost
to buy a living benefit rider,
some as high as 1.4% of the
withdrawal base annually.
But, consider the fact that the
income produced by the rider
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the account value declines to
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and to think it is uninsured
where their income could be
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S
cratching is a normal,
inborn behavior of
cats. Cats scratch and
stretch on various things for
two main reasons. The most
obvious reason that we think
of is to sharpen or groom
their claws. Scratching can
also serve another lesser
known purpose. Cats have
sweat/scent glands on their
paws, so when they scratch
on items such as furniture or
posts, cats are leaving their
scent behind as a way to mark
their territory. The scratching
also leaves a visual marker of
territory. They often return to
these objects that have their
scent to spread it again and it
appears that they have 'fa-
vorite' places to scratch. Cats
may also scratch simply to
stretch their muscles.
Knowing why cats like
to scratch household items is
half the battle in preventing
slashed drapes, scratched
sofas, and ripped up carpets.
We can use this information
to our advantage and try to
get a cat to not scratch our
furniture and instead only use
approved scratching posts. In
general, proper training, to
scratch appropriate surfaces,
combined with frequent nail
care, can prevent damage in
the home.
The name of the game
is to provide options. You
cannot prevent your cat from
scratching, but you can train
them to scratch only in cer-
tain approved areas. A type of
scratching post will give your
cat the alternative place to
scratch. Cats scratch most
frequently right after waking
so it is critical that the
scratching post is convenient
to where they spend much of
their time, such as windows
or sleeping areas, or where
they are currently preferring
to scratch.
Many cats seem to prefer
vertical scratching posts,
although some prefer hori-
zontal posts. Vertical posts
must be sturdy and should be
tall enough for the cat to be
fully stretched and not reach
higher than the top.
Horizontal corrugated scrat-
ching pads are favorites for
cats as well. Scratching post
materials come in a wide
variety and some cats will
prefer one over another.
Therefore if your cat pays no
attention to the post, don't
give up; try other materials.
These materials can be wood,
sisal rope, rough fabric or
even carpet.
Training to use scratch-
ing posts is most effective
when your cat is first intro-
duced to the home. This is
done by enticing the cat to
the scratching post upon
awakening, rubbing catnip on
the post (or even easier is cat-
nip spray), and using treats or
toys part-way up the post to
encourage stretching and
scratching. Positive rein-
forcement, praise and rewards
should be given at each step.
If your cat is already
scratching the furniture or
curtains, first try to find out
whether your cat prefers ver-
tical or horizontal objects and
their material preference and
provide these op-
tions. We also want
to discourage use of
unapproved areas.
A common method
is to use a water
gun or squirt bot-
tle. It is important
that the cat doesn't
think it is you
spraying them. They need to
associate the undesirable
squirt of water with the inap-
propriate item they're
scratching. You can also place
double-sided tape on or plas-
tic runners upside down (so
the 'nubby' side is up) around
inappropriate areas. It is also
important to remove the cat's
scent with an enzyme cleaner.
With any correction try to
direct the cat to the post or
approved scratching surface
and reward its use.
Routine nail care is very
important to decrease the
desire to scratch often.
The tips of your cat's
nails should be trimmed
every one or two weeks.
Introduce nail trimming as
part of routine handling to
kittens so it will be well toler-
ated as an adult cat. Another
option to prevent household
damage is plastic nail caps.
These usually need to be
applied every 4-6 weeks.
With practice, they can be
easy to apply if your cat will
allow the handling of their
paws in such a way: after a
nail trim, fill the cap about a
third of the way with adhe-
sive, and fit the cap over the
nail.
Declawing is a highly
controversial way to prevent
unwanted scratching in the
home. Declawing involves
amputation of the end of the
digit at the distal phalangeal
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on Saturday, June 2 and
Sunday, June 3 from 10 a.m. to
4 p.m. rain or shine. The $20
participation fee includes a
township permit, a master list
of all participants, placement of
your location on a township
map, advertisement in local
media, and distribution of fliers.
For applications and additional
information, call Jean Bader at
973-229-7740. Checks should
be made payable to the
Montville Township Womens
Club and mailed to Jean Bader,
290 Changebridge Road, Pine
Brook, NJ 07058. The reserva-
tion deadline is May 14.
June 12
Tuesday, June 12 through
Saturday, June 16 at Holy Spirit
School, 330 Newark Pompton
Turnpike in Pequannock, 973-
835-5680. The Holy Spirit
School Carnival will begin at 6
p.m. every night. Come and
enjoy food, games, music, and
rides with family and friends.
cOme take a chance on the
nightly 50/50 drawing.
Saturday night will be the
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$3,000. On Wednesday night
there will be a Car Show as well
as half price food between 8
p.m. and 10 p.m. (pizza exclud-
joint. That is equivalent to
removing the tip of your fin-
ger at the joint just before the
nail. Declawing is controver-
sial because it can cause a
great deal of pain and may
not be a necessary surgery.
Cats that are declawed must
remain indoors only for their
lifetime because some of their
defenses have been taken
away. It is recommended that
the procedure be avoided if at
all possible but if you find
that it is necessary to declaw
consult with your veterinari-
an for options and behavioral
advice.
Dr. Matthew Krupnick is the
owner of the Pequannock Ani-
mal Hospital. He grew up in
Kinnelon and is happy to be
home, with his wife, three cats
and two dogs, to provide quality
and compassionate care for
your pets in the community.
The Pequannock Animal Hos-
pital is located at 591 Newark
Pompton Turnpike in Pompton
Plains. You may reach them by
calling (973) 616-0400.
poem, Moina Michael replied
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and May 19, 1966, in
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id you know that being
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lose hundreds of dollars to inef-
ficient appliances and a drafty
home. Making simple changes
can benefit the planet and your
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Choose the right appliances
Appliances in your home as
well as certain behaviors can
have a considerable impact on
how much energy is consumed.
The Energy Infor-mation
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(kwh) each month. Kwh is
measured by multiplying the
number of 1,000 watts of elec-
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hours the device is in use.
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usage. Here are some examples
of common appliances in the
home and how much energy
they consume in one hour,
courtesy of Bright Hub.
Electric clothes dryer:
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Washing machine: 425 watts
Refrigerator : 188 watts
Dishwasher: 200 watts
Central AC: 6,000 watts
Window AC: 1,300 watts
Flat screen TV: 150 watts
LCD TV: 213 watts
Vacuum: 1,100 watts
Freezer: 273 watts
Water heater: 473 watts
Toaster oven: 1,200 watts
Coffeemaker: 1,200 watts
Desktop computer: 95 watts
DVD player: 25 watts
Cable box: 20 watts
Laptop: 50 watts
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conservative manner can
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cost of your monthly utility bill.
Try to run high-wattage appli-
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early-morning hours when
energy rates may be reduced.
Also, if the weather will be
warm, running these appli-
ances during cooler hours pre-
vents the home from heating
up even more possibly
requiring the additional use of
an air conditioner.
Unplug appliances when
they're not in use to avoid vam-
pire drain. Many appliances
still draw a small amount of
power even when turned off.
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Energy audit
You can request or hire individ-
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According to experts,
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weight of a helmet and to
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items such as rocking horses.
Trailers are a sound alter-
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advised to make sure the trail-
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alerting traffic to its presence.
If the trailer's bulky size is
daunting, you can opt for a
mounted seat instead.
Once a child reaches 18
months, mounted bike seats
are sleek, easy to install, and
give parents another way to
ride a bike with a baby.
However, when dismounting,
keeping the bike upright can
be difficult, experts say.
Though front-mounted seats
offer better balance, they can
interfere with the rider's abili-
ty to pedal and steer, so it is
recommended to test out both
seats before choosing.
Once a toddler wants his
own set of wheels, ride-ons
and tricycles will help him or
her get used to bike riding and
will help improve coordina-
tion and learn balance. If your
child exhibits signs of pedal-
ing and steering abilities, it
may be time to graduate to a
two-wheeled bike and
without the need for training
wheels.
Nowadays, kids transi-
tion straight to balance bikes,
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ed). $300 Wristband Nights
will be Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday nights.
June 14
Jacksonville Chapel will host
its tenth annual golf outing on
Thursday, June 14 at 2 p.m.
The cost is $140 per golfer and
includes 18 holes of golf
(scramble format), unlimited
range use, lunch and buffet din-
ner, $10,000 hole-in-one prize,
plus other great prizes, contests,
and giveaways. The event takes
places at the Black Bear Golf
Club, 138 Route 23 South in
Franklin. For more informa-
tion, contact Neil Hoogmoed
at booghug@aol.com or 973-
839-6936.
June 21
Pequannock UNICO has a
few seats left for their one-day
trip on June 21 to Hunterdon
Hills Playhouse for a luncheon
and matinee performance of a
new Branson-Style Country
Show, Branson 2012 USA
Road Trip. Ticket price is $80
per person, which includes the
transportation, luncheon and
show. The motor coach will
depart from Holy Spirit
Church, Pequannock at 9:30
a.m. with approximate time of
arrival back home (Holy Spirit
Church parking lot) at 5:30
p.m. For reservations call Joe
Carabello at 973-835-0208,
Joan Deodato at 973-696-3799
or Andy Vaccaro at 973-839-
2579.
Around the
Community ...
Holy Spirit School located at
330 Newark Pompton
Turnpike, Pequannock will be
conducting Summer Skills
Advancement classes in Math
and Language Arts. Your child
two-wheeled bikes without
pedals. This concept has par-
ents very pleased by how
quickly their little kids learn
to ride a real bike. Erin
Ruddy, the editor-in-chief of
What's UP! magazine, put her
three-year-old son on a bal-
ance bike and said she was
amazed to see him riding with
the rest of the family almost
immediately.
It is incredible, says Ruddy.
We now go on bike rides as a
family. He picked it up right
away.
One example is the
PlasmaBike. Free from cables,
chains and pedals, it has a
sleek design and helps build
bike riding confidence at an
early stage. PlaSmart tells us
no matter which model par-
ents choose, they will be able
to enjoy watching their child
master the art of gliding,
while gaining confidence
every stride of the way.
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Sports/Organized Games
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Bicycle riding tips
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Robert Becht
Jack Brinkerhoff
Robert Byrne
Alfred Bowers
Joseph Capristo
Roy Carlson
Joseph Casey
Frank Campanella
Henry Ciniglia Jr.
James Clark
Alan Compton
Eugene Christakos
Chester Chwatek
Robert Custer
Edward De
Benedictis
Joseph DellaVechia
Charles Fergus
Richard Fifoot
Lawrence Foley
William Frost
Bernard Gelb
Joseph G. Goodwin
Donald Gray
Henry Harding
Robert Hanrahan
Theodore Havran
John R. Herlihy
Thomas S. Hitchings
Henry Hoffman
Douglas Jennings
Gerald Kerton
August Klein
Victor Llauger
James Mabey
George Mackey
Thomas Madine
Michael Mattiace
Bernard J. McCaffrey
William McKenzie
Albert Merkle
C. William Meyer
Ronald Miller
Alex Morrere
Kenneth Morris
Herman Nadel
Eugene E. Ohlman
John Olson
Harry Osborne Jr
Joseph Perrone
Fred Pieczarka
Peter Polizzi
Charles Price
William Price
Roger Roby
Robert Rocha
Joseph Rostek
Robert J. Shannon
Harold K. Smith
Walter Sossel
William Stonesifer
Richard J. Swed
Robert Trumper
Roger Trumper
John VanTuyl
John Voit
John F. Walz
Robert Wolf
VIETNAM CONFLICT
Roll Call of the Dead 2012
CIVIL WAR
Abraham Ryerson
SPANISH AMERICAN WAR
William Green Henry Hobbs
William Jennings George Weber
WORLD WAR I
R.F. Aechbach
Otto Albert
Rev. Thomas Allen
John C. Alonge
Karl O. Amend
Axel Back
Alfons Basdoff
Charles Bertsch
Arnold Bott
Frank Bott
Ray Bowers
Daniel Brady
Fred Breitinger
George Breitinger
Charles Buchanan
Clarence Cobb
James Collins
Clem Cottrell
Albert J. Culkin
Walter Dallery
Harold DeHart
Arthur DeReyes
Wilfred J. Deslandes
Henri DeVries Sr.
William Dixon
Frank Doyle
Percy D. Falkinburg
Burt Fenty
James S. Flood
Randolf S. Freeman
William French Sr.
Harold Gassman
Dayton Geary
Louis Gigliotti
Edward C. Green
Sealy Hall
Henry Hanson
Edward Hauge
John J. Herlihy
Herbert Hoaglund
Carey Hollister
Archie Holloway
Emmanual Hurtado
Sidney G. Inch
Rudolf Jamke
Daniel Jennings
Andrew Johnson
Christopher Kenney
Richard Kenney
Charles Kohns
Frank C. Lange Sr.
Lyman Lockwood
Frank C. Loehr
Charles Loehr Sr.
Frank Lyman
James Macassey
Henry A. Martin
Earl Mabey
Benjamin McCreery
John McCroy
James McGrath
F. McIntyre
Robert McKelly
Robert McKelvey
Clarence McMickle
Aaron McNeill
James S. Meehan
John H. Mirra
Jule Mitchell
Thad Mitchell
John Morris
Joseph Morris
Jerry Mottese
John O'Brien
Clifford Penz
Victor Pistolia
C. Dix Proctor
Norman Purvis
Miles Renninger
Michael Schouten
Albert Schriefer
Harry Schroeder
John Shaw
William Stager
Arthur L. Star Sr.
William E. Stevens
George A. Strasser
T.A. Taylor
Frederick Then
George R. Tholin
Robert G. Thompson
Charles Thoren
William Tyack
Floyd Vitale
Benjamin W. Ward
Leo Williams
Harry V. Wiltshire Sr.
Paul R. Wolfe
Herman Zapf
George T. Adams
Audley Adkins
Louis Agranow
Louis Ahrendt
Rev. Richard Allen
Pasquale Antonelli
Nino Armato
Harry E. Bartsch
Frederick Baumann
Hans Becker
William Becker
Herbert Benjamin
Albert Bertucci
Edwin Besemer
William Bianchi
Francis Bignell
Stephen Borinski
Elmer Bott Sr.
Frank Bott
Alfred L. Bowers
James Boyle
William Bray Sr.
Garrett T. Bromley
Joseph Brotshol
James A. Brown
Joseph C. Bruno
John Bushman
George Busse
Roy Busse
Stanley L. Butka
George Cahill
Arland Cain Sr.
John P. Canning
Inez Carbone
Fred Chambers
William Christopherson
William P. Clark
George Cobb
Anthony Colavito
DeWayne Cole
Nick Colonis
Michael Colvin
John E. Connolly
Alexander Consalvo
James E. Cook
Wesley Cook
Joseph Coppola
William J. Costello
Russel A. Creathorne
Bruno Crotta
Joseph Cucci
Robert A. Cunningham
Anthony Cuzzi
Charles C. Cuzzi
Victor Daut
Austin Davis
Peter Davis
Dorothy Decker
O. John Decker
Robert W. Decker
Mario DeLuca
Lawrence S. Derrick
Pasquale J. DeTollo
Stan DeWitt
Hendrick DeVries
Tice DeYoung
Nicholas DiCanio
Donald Diesel
Anthony DiGirolamo
Eugene DiMarinisi
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William A. Dixon
Fred Dobbs
John Dobbs
William M. Dobbs
Edward M. Dombrowski
James E. Drury
Robert B. Edris
Edward Engasser
James Evans
Edward Farrell Sr.
Irving Fitzig
Robert Fletcher
Jack Floyd
Alfred Foerster
Lewis C. Fontan
Stanley Forys.
Basil Galgano
Robert Galt Jr
Anthony Gatti
C. Robert Gerhard
Joseph Germanotta
Howard Gladding
Joseph C. Goodwin
Francis Gorman
Edward F. Gorski
Louis Grisetti
James Griswold
John Gross
Marilyn Grund
Warren Grund
Harry Hawryschuk
George Hayes
Robert Headley
James Hegybel
James Heins
George W. Hendry
Charles Hooper
Mea Hullings
David D. Hummel
John Hvasta
Harry J. Ilaria
Paul A. Jacobovics
Edward Johnson
Stephen Kalata
Edward Kane
Donald A. Kary
Walter Kelly
Donald P. Kerton
George Kiick
Richard Killian
Walter Kiverchuk
Joseph Knizeski
Joachim Knoebel
Leon Kowal
Edmund Krutul
Stephen Kudrick
John Lahr
Robert Lambert
Edward J. Lanfranghi
Frank Lange Jr.
Lars Larson
James Laughlin
Ruben Lazerowitz
Robert Leck
Bernard Legacy
Frank Lemley
Robert F. Little
Stuart E. Little
Charles Loehr Jr.
Gerard Loehr
Sylvester Lynagh
Thomas Lynch
Edward Mabey
Richard J. Mabey
Robert MacLaughlin
Scott D. Macrea
Edward Mallen
Joseph Mallen
Stanley Marciniak
Charles T. Marks
John Marks
John Marruso
Andrew Marshall
Arthur Mascariello
Oscar May
Phillip N. Mazziotta
William McCarthy
Robert McCrostie
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John S. McLain
George McLaren
Jack K. McNabb
Robert McNally
John T. McNamara Sr.
James McNeill
Carl S. Melchert
Edward Mertz
Paul M. Miller
Roland Miller
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Harold Moran
Michael Moran
Patrick Moran
Wilfred D. Morrison
Joseph Munao
James Mustic
Andrew Napoli
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Gilbert Naughton
Raymond Naughton
Doris M. Neumann
Milton Neumann
George Newton Sr.
Morris Nitkin
Nicholas Nohomovich
Peter M. Nyman
Lawrence Obenhuber
Arthur OBrien
George O'Brien
Patrick O'Brien
John O'Donnell
James O'Hara
William Owci
George Pagano
John Palmeri
Alfred Papasso
Frank Paris
Thomas Patrick
Joseph Pazinick
George Peare
Charles Pecaric
Elvin Perry
Felix J. Petrowksi
William Phelan
William Pierce
Paul Pinney
Michael Poster
Harold Price
John Procovic
Joseph Raimo
Charles Randina
Texas J. Rankin
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Walter Reed
Joseph Regetz
Hobart Rhinesmith
Charles Richko
William Riley
John R. Riley
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William J. Schmidt
Arthur E. Schneider
Philip V. Schneider
Jerome F. Scott
Arthur W. Seward
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B
athing suit season is on
the horizon and sum-
mer fun might drive
some into a panic. However,
there are bathing suit styles
that enhance what you want
to show off and conceal what
you want to camouflage.
The first step in choos-
ing a bathing suit is to make
an accurate assessment of
your body shape. Stand in
front of the mirror without
any clothes on and figure out
which features define your
physique. Perhaps your bust is
large, or you have more curve
in your hips. Maybe you are
tall and lanky. Taking note of
your body will help narrow
down your swimsuit options.
Next, go through your cur-
rent swimsuit collection and
find out which bathing suit
you've worn in the past has
best suited your shape or
earned you a few compli-
ments. You may want to
choose the style that is the
most comfortable and sup-
portive. When selecting a
new suit, choose one that is
similar in cut to your favorite.
Swimsuits are de-signed to fit
snugly and are made from
elasticized fabric. Chlori-
nated water or saltwater can
either shrink fabric over time
or allow it to wear out and
sag. Be honest about your cur-
rent clothing size and consid-
er buying a swimsuit in one
size larger so it won't cut off
your circulation or make you
appear uncomfortable.
You also want to be rea-
sonable about which styles
you can wear. That will be
dictated by shape and also by
the activities you plan to do
in the swimsuit. For example,
if you live an active lifestyle
and surf or play water sports, a
supportive, one-piece style
swimsuit may be a smart
choice. If you have a large
bust or one that is extremely
small, you may want to avoid
revealing bikini tops, which
may look overly filled or not
filled out at all.
Here are some other tips
based on body type.
Plus size: Choose a one-
piece style that features a sin-
gle color that is the polar
opposite of your skin tone.
Fair-skinned people should
look for darker colors, while
dark-toned individuals should
select brighter colors. Try to
find a suit that is fitted at the
waistline to slim you in this
area.
Short legs: High-cut leg
openings on swimsuits help to
elongate the legs and make
you appear taller.
Small bust: Select a bikini
top that has triangular-shaped
cups, ruffles or a tie-front to
add a little bulk to the area.
Large bust: Choose a top
that comes with a supportive
bra -- those mesh bras in most
bathing suits won't keep the
breasts contained and sup-
ported. Many bathing suit
manufacturers now offer
swimsuits with more substan-
tial bras inside.
Pear shape: Emphasize the
top of your body with a bold
color or pattern and downplay
the bottom with a dark shade.
Short torso: Select a two-
piece suit that draws atten-
tion to the chest and shoul-
ders and a bottom that sits
lower on the hips to elongate
the torso.
There is no right shape
when it comes to wearing a
bathing suit. It's possible for
anyone to look flattering
when hitting the beach or
lounging poolside.
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W
ant to improve
your mood, pro-
ductivity and
general well-being? Consider
turning on a light.
The psychological
effects of lighting have long
been a subject of study. It has
been documented that the
intensity and quality of light
can impact the psychological
and physiological well-being
of a person, affecting daily
mood. The Mayo Clinic says
that a lack of adequate light-
ing can make people feel
depressed. That's because
light deprivation can affect
the production of the hor-
mone melatonin, leading to
physiological imbalances. An
abundance of light can get
bodily systems back in check
and also may be an alterna-
tive therapy for common
emotional issues.
Lighting is such an
important factor in mood
that even stores and busi-
nesses study the impact cer-
tain lighting can have on
people and their impression
of a space. In fact, lighting
design is an art and a science.
Lighting designers must have
an understanding of the visu-
al quality users of a space
need for their health, safety
and enjoyment.
The Illuminating En-
gineering Society of North
America lists the basic body
of knowledge on lighting in
the IESNA Handbook. It
includes summaries of recom-
mended practices based on
research and consensus of
successful lighting for specif-
ic applications. But individu-
als don't need an extensive
knowledge of lighting princi-
ples to improve their own
interior lighting situations.
Instead, a cursory under-
standing of what works can
do the trick. Here are some
things to consider.
People are attracted to
light. If lighting is necessary
for safety, brighter illumina-
tion will guide the way.
Brightness focuses personal
attention on a particular
object or area.
To create a more pleasant
atmosphere, use wall lighting
instead of overhead lighting
in a space.
In public spaces or areas
where individuals need to be
alert, overhead lighting is the
best option.
Dim lighting is best for
rooms in which relaxation is
desired. That is why table
lamps are often used with a
shade to diffuse the light.
Homes typically need a
combination of lighting
sources. An overhead light
paired with ambient light
and task lighting can help
most people get things done.
According to light bulb
manufacturer Sylvania, think
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in terms of layering light.
Light sources should be
placed at different heights
throughout a room to supply
adequate illumination as well
as visual interest.
For those who want to
boost mood, consider full-
spectrum light bulbs that
mimic the spectrum of out-
door light.
Another easy remedy (dur-
ing the day) is to simply let
more outdoor light in. Keep
blinds open wide, especially
those that face west and
south. Bedrooms with win-
dows facing the east may
help people rise with the sun.
Skylights can help light
shine indoors when the sun is
directly overhead. There are
also sun tubes that help
direct sunlight into rooms
under an attic where tradi-
tional skylights cannot be
installed.
Remember, bright light
can energize a person, so it is
important to wind down
from a long day by dimming
the lights and preparing for
sleep in the evening.
Individuals often take
light for granted and only
realize something is off kilter
when their homes are not
adequately lit. There are dif-
ferent ways to remedy inade-
quate lighting situations.
Speaking with a lighting
designer may help.
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will enjoy reviewing skills and
learning new skills. Both class-
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but you may join us for only
one week of the sessions run by
certified teachers at Holy Spirit
School. Math will include
addition, subtraction, multipli-
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and fractions. Students in
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you can take to make your
home more energy efficient.
If you prefer to do an energy
audit yourself, you can look at a
few key areas around the home
where there may be air leaks or
inefficient uses of energy. First,
turn off any combustible appli-
ances, such as water heaters
and furnaces. Make sure the
windows are closed, then turn
on exhaust fans in the bath-
room and kitchen to suck the
air out of the rooms. Feel
around outlets, doors, windows,
baseboards, fireplaces, and attic
hatches for any apparent leaks.
Use a stick of incense to easily
see the flow of air in the
incense smoke.
If any leaks are found,
address each one. This general-
ly involves recaulking or seal-
ing around points of entry. The
DOE says the potential energy
savings from reducing drafts in
a home may range from 5 per-
cent to 30 percent per year.
Additional steps
There are other steps you can
take to make a home more effi-
cient.
Install solar panels to draw
power from the sun.
Plant deciduous trees or bush-
es on the south- and west-fac-
ing areas of the home. The
leaves will shade the home dur-
ing the summer months and fall
off to allow sunshine in during
the winter months.
Plant bushes by the front door
to act as a wind buffer.
Use skylights to add light and
warmth from the sun to the
home.
Think about using motion-
activated lights in the home.
Install a new programmable
thermostat.
Check the insulation in attics
and basements and install new
if the insulation you currently
have is no longer efficient.
Save energy and money
by making easy adjustments
and improvements around your
house.
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Backyard barbecues, in
particular, have become a
staple of Memorial Day
weekend and the focus of
many peoples festivities.
This year, consider the fol-
lowing tips to make your
Memorial Day barbecue safe
and memorable.
Safely locate the grill.
Before any guests arrive or
any fires are lit, make sure
the grill is safely located on
flat ground. Ideally, the grill
should not be on the grass
and should be away from
trees or shrubs and any flam-
mable materials. If you need
lighter fluid to start a fire,
promptly put it back in stor-
age away from the grill once
the fire has been lit.
Clean the grill. Me-
morial Day marks the open-
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many grill masters. Make
sure the grill has been thor-
oughly cleaned and that
there are no leftover ashes
from last season clogging the
vents. Even if you thorough-
ly cleaned the grill at the end
of last season, give it a once-
over with a soapy sponge at
the start of the season to
clean any cobwebs or dirt
and grime that might have
accumulated over the winter.
Stock up on charcoal.
Falling short in the charcoal
department is a backyard bar-
becue faux pas that
can bring the festivi-
ties to a halt. Because
the weather in late
May can sometimes
be unpredictable,
make sure you have
extra charcoal on
hand should strong
winds or colder tem-
peratures make it dif-
ficult to build a
strong fire.
Spice things up.
Why not use this
years Memorial Day
barbecue to add a lit-
tle extra flavor to tra-
ditional barbecue
fare? Soak some dried
herbs like rosemary,
bay leaves or oregano
in water and add them to the
grill. These flavorful herbs
will make the food taste bet-
ter and the barbecue will
likely emit a more pleasant
fragrance as well.
Prepare foods for
guests of varying
palates. Vegetarians
and vegans love a
good backyard barbe-
cue just as much as
their carnivorous
friends and family
members. Cook some
vegetable kabobs and
prepare some salads
for guests who dont
eat meat. Consider
purchasing a smaller
grill for veggies only,
as vegetarians and
vegans might not pre-
fer to eat kabobs
grilled on the same
grill as meat.
Keep the forks in
the utensil drawer.
Never use a fork to do a spat-
ulas job. Poking foods on the
grill with a fork allows the
juices that make grilled foods
so delicious to escape, result-
ing in drier fare thats not
nearly as flavorful. Use a
spatula or tongs to flip foods,
including burgers, steaks,
chicken, and even hot dogs.
Make sure foods have
completely defrosted before
placing them on the grill.
When cold meat is placed on
the grill, it reduces the grills
temperature and prevents
juices from getting seared in.
So make sure all foods have
been defrosted to ensure your
foods are flavorful and the
grill stays hot.
This year, welcome the
unofficial start of summer
with a successful Memorial
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yard with family, friends and
great food.
Make your Memorial Day barbecue memorable
D
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recipes need a little
inspiration? To liven
up the gatherings, look to
simple dishes with flavorful
variations that will surprise
the palate for everyones
favorite course dessert.
I like to choose an easy
dessert with creative twists
that can carry me through the
season, says Mary Beth
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Kitchens flavor and baking
expert, That way, when its
time to celebrate whether
Im playing host to a large
party or bringing a dessert to a
spring gathering I never
have to wonder what Im
making, and I never serve the
same dish twice.
Lemon Cheesecake Bars
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tion for the season. A classic
spring flavor, lemon adds a
unique twist to simple
cheesecake bars, making
them a refreshing hit for all
ages. For a new take, substi-
tute the lemon extract with
other seasonal tastes, like
fragrant orange or fruity
raspberry extracts. And, for
a special garnish, top the
cheesecake with a fresh
berry topping, which can be
personalized with your
favorite blend of berries and
a touch of vanilla extract.
You can find more fla-
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on www.McCormick.com.
While youre there, take a
peek at the My Look Book
feature. These digital scrap-
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inspiration, featuring a col-
lage of dazzling images and
mouthwatering recipes.
Lemon Cheesecake Bars
Makes 24 servings
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 45 minutes
Refrigerate Time: 4 hours
1
1
2 cups graham cracker
crumbs
1
3 cup butter, melted
1
2 teaspoon McCormick
Ground Ginger
3 packages (8 ounces
each)
cream cheese, softened
1 cup sugar
1
4 cup milk
2 tablespoons flour
1
1
2 teaspoons
McCormick Pure Lemon
Extract
1 teaspoon McCormick
Pure Vanilla Extract
3 eggs
Preheat oven to 350F. Mix
graham cracker crumbs, but-
ter and ginger. Press firmly
onto bottom of foil-lined 13
x 9-inch baking pan.
Refrigerate until ready to
use.
Beat cream cheese and
sugar in large bowl with elec-
tric mixer on medium speed
until well blended. Add milk,
flour and extracts; mix well.
Add eggs, 1 at a time, beating
on low speed after each addi-
tion, just until blended. Pour
over crust.
Bake 40 to 45 minutes or
until center is almost set.
Cool completely on wire rack.
Refrigerate 4 hours or
overnight. Lift out of pan
onto cutting board. Cut into
bars. Garnish as desired. Store
leftover bars in refrigerator.
Flavor Variations: Prepare as
directed. Use 1 1/2 teaspoons
McCormick Pure Orange
Extract or 2 teaspoons
McCormick Raspberry
Extract in place of the Lemon
Extract.
Nutritional Information
per Serving: Calories: 198,
Fat: 14g, Carbohydrates: 15g,
Cholesterol: 63mg, Sodium:
159mg, Fiber: 0g, Protein: 3g
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WISHING YOU A BLESSED PENTECOST/SHAVUOT
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Day of Pentecost: The Holy Spirit came upon the disciples, bringing great power, conviction and courage to them. Acts 2:1-24
Feast of Shavuot: Celebration oI the wheat Harvest at which two loaves oI leavened bread, Irom the new grain were oIIered up to God. Lev. 23:12-20
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David, the royal lineage of Jesus Christ. Foreshadow of: Jesus takes His bride, the church home to a seven
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in remembrance of how God had been their provider. This feast was
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celebration and a time of joy and rejoicing. Lev:23:42-43
Foreshadow of: Christians caught up into temporary dwellings
during seven year tribulation here on earth.
New Testament Feast of Pentecost: Pouring out of the Holy
Spirit on the 120 disciples gathered in the Upper room. The same
day there were added three thousand believers.
The Trumpet of God! The Rapture of the Christians prior to the wrath of God!
Jesus Weeps: When the Lord Jesus approached the city He wept over it because they, the Jews, did not recognize
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The ten commandments and or two tablets of the law God gave to the
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Uniting of Jewish believers and Gentile believers, into one body.
The church of Jesus Christ is Born! He is our shelter and our refuge
in the time of storm.
For the Lord Himself will descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice
of an archangel and with the Shofar, trumpet of God. 1 Thess. 4:16-17
The dead in Christ will rise first! And we who are alive,
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Jesus left His Fathers house in heaven and came to earth to obtain His bride, The Church. The Messiah is the bridegroom. The Father approves the choice. Jesus established an eternal covenant through His precious blood. The day of
Pentecost, in the upper room, Jesus sealed His bride /church with the engagement ring. The Holy Spirit Acts 2:1-4 As a symbol of the covenant relationship, the groom and the bride would drink from a cup of wine.
The Last Supper Mathew 26:27-29 After His resurrection Jesus left earth to return to His Fathers house in heaven. Jesus said: "Let not your heart be troubled; In My Fathers house are many mansions; I go to prepare a place for
you. And I will come again and receive you to Myself; John 14:1-4
The Signs of the Time Reveal the Coming of the Lord!
Just as it occurred in the days of Noah, they were eating, they were drinking, and they were marrying until that day when Noah entered into the ark, shut the door, and the flood arrived and THEY WERE ALL DESTROYED. Likewise just
as it occurred in the days of Lot, they were eating, they were drinking, they were buying, they were selling,but on the day that Lot came out of Sodom it rained fire and sulfur from heaven and DESTROYED THEM ALL. The same
way it will be on that day when the son of man, Jesus Christ, is to be revealed. Luke 17:26-31
Question: What must I do to be saved? Repent and be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins; and you shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit, and you will be saved. Acts 2:38, 16:30-31
Jesus said: "Let not your heart be troubled; you believe in God, believe also in Me. For I am the way, and the truth, and the life: no one comes to the Father; but through Me.
Eternity is a long time, and this life is very short. If you were to die today do you know where youre going?
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C
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Estate, Inc. is pleased
to announce Nicole
Ruggiero has joined its firm as
a sales associate. She will spe-
cialize in residential property
sales in the Morris, Passaic
and Bergen County counties.
We are thrilled to have
Nicole join our team, said
Patricia Wojtyszyn, Broker/
Owner of Century 21 Crest
Real Estate, Inc. Its an excit-
ing time to be with the CEN-
TURY 21 System as we
increase our market presence
in the neighboring communi-
ties. The Real Estate Market is
extremely active right now
with many opportunities for
today's buyers and sellers.
Nicole has been a resi-
dent of Lincoln Park for
approximately 17 years. She
supports the Lincoln Park
First Aid Squad and Fire
Department and was also a
member of the Lincoln Park
First-Aid Squad as an EMT-
D. In her previous career,
Nicole was an assistant man-
ager at Sunset Pub & Grill.
She entered the real estate
business because she finds
enjoyment in helping people
find their new home and is
determined to make their
dreams come true. She also
enjoys spending time with her
two sons and husband and
likes to bake, cook and cater
parties in her spare time. If
you would like to contact
Nicole, she can be reached at
(973) 686-1500 ext 339.
Servicing the Northern
New Jersey area since 1981,
Century 21 Crest Real Estate,
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30Yr Fixed w/0 points. 3.875% / APR: 4.077%
WEST MILFORD $489,900
$1,843 per month
30Yr Fixed w/0 points. 3.875% / APR: 3.944%
RINGWOOD $339,000
$1,275 per month
30Yr Fixed w/0 points. 3.875% / APR: 3.967%
MORRIS TWP $729,000
$2,784 per month
30Yr Fixed w/0 points. 4.00% / APR: 4.052%
WANAQUE $279,000
$1,050 per month
30Yr Fixed w/0 points. 3.875% / APR: 3.984%
PEQUANNOCK $249,900
$940 per month
30Yr Fixed w/0 points. 3.875% / APR: 3.994%
POMPTON PLAINS $559,321
$2,136 per month
30Yr Fixed w/0 points. 4.00% / APR: 4.063%
WAYNE $297,770
$1,120 per month
30Yr Fixed w/0 points. 3.875% / APR: 3.978%
WAYNE $517,799
$1,948 per month
30Yr Fixed w/0 points. 3.875% / APR: 3.941%
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$903 per month
30Yr Fixed w/0 points. 3.875% / APR: 3.999%
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$440 per month
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Knock Life. Aspire Performing
Arts was founded in January
2011 by Lisa Beth Vetteso. Ms.
Vetteso has more than twenty
years of experience in the per-
forming arts and has been
working with youth for more
than a decade. Aspire
Performing Arts companys
mission is to provide educa-
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length production opportuni-
ties for children and teens,
offering them a professional
arts experience in a friendly
atmosphere. For more informa-
tion on Aspire Performing arts
Company, please visit the web-
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or on Facebook at www.
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Contact: Lisa Beth Vetteso-
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Location: Auditions, rehear-
sals, and performances take
place at Jacksonville Chapel
located at 264 Jacksonville
Road in Lincoln Park.
(www.jacksonvillechapel.org)
Cost: $225 per child for 8
weeks of rehearsals and per-
formances. Information: Please
contact via email as stated
above or via phone at 201-220-
visit our website at www.lifeandleisurenj.com
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MARIA FERRITO
973-986-6914 Cell
maria.ferrito@century21.com
NJAR MILLION DOLLAR
SALES CLUB 2001
NJ CIRCLE OF EXCELLENCE
2002-2011
Consistent
TOP PRODUCER
in the WAYNE area.
GEMINI LLC ReaIty 973-696-1111x131
197 Berdan Ave., Wayne, NJ
Townhome Specialist
Relocation Agent
Call
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for CURRENT MARKET
VALUE OF YOUR HOME
WAYNE GRANDOVER POINTE
3BRS, 2 1/2 Baths,
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BLOOMINGDALE $449,000
Glenwild Lk-3BR 2BA Cape/Open Flr
Plan/newer well/septic/Dock/Deck/1C.Gar.
KIN5965
Kinnelon/Smoke Rise 973-838-9300
WANAQUE $496,900
NEW constr at 55+ active adult comm at
Wanaque Reserve w/2119sf,20,000sf impres-
sive clubhouse loaded with activities. WYN0592
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WAYNE $329,000
55+ Community 2BR,2BTH Cherry end unit in
move in cond w/elevator,2 indr prkg spots,club-
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Wayne 973-694-8000
BLOOMINGDALE $379,000
Custom3BR,2.5Bth home on 3/4ac priv paradise
setting w/nwr Kit/Granite, MBR/Balcony/gor-
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Wayne 973-694-8000
WAYNE $339,900
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storage, full bsmt, 2Gar. WYN1018
Wayne 973-694-8000
BLOOMINGDALE $209,500
VALUE PRICED HOME! Well kept 4BR,2Bth
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stove. StorageRm,Gar,Deck + More! WYN0728
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WAYNE $444,900
Well maintained & upgraded, 3/possibly 4 BR,
2.5Bth Split w/HW flrs, fin bsmt & fantastic large
deck overlooking IG pool. WYN0364
Wayne 973-694-8000
WAYNE $699,000
PointView 5BR,3Bth Custom Col on cul-de-
sac w/Brazilian HWS,FamRm/Mbl fpl.Euro
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WYN0172
Wayne 973-694-8000
WAYNE $999,900
Custom 6BR,4Bth Tudor Estate w/Grmt Kit/Bkf-
stRm,3 fplcs, GreatRm,FamRm,4 SeasonRm+wo
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WAYNE $569,900
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larium/Hot Tub, fin. bsmt+2Gar on dead end
st. WYN0853
Wayne 973-694-8000
WAYNE $525,000
Lg Pointview Estates 4BR,2.5Bth Colonial
w/FDR,Kitchen/DA,extra rm off Kit-can be
ofc/Den. Lg deck overlooking level yd. WYN0346
Wayne 973-694-8000
BUTLER $895,000
Totally renovated Victorian/4BRS/4.1BTHS/3C.
Gar./5FPS/fin.Attic & Bsmt. KIN5838
Kinnelon/Smoke Rise 973-838-9300
GREEN POND $575,000
Lakefront-3BR/2BA Lakestyle/ H/W flrs/2 sided
FP/updated Kit & Bths/2C.Gar. KIN5963
Kinnelon/Smoke Rise 973-838-9300
GREEN POND $449,000
Green Pond-Grt oppor. 3BR 1.1BA
Lakestyle/Lkfrt/home feat stone FP/H/W
Flrs/2+C Gar./priv dock. KIN5960
Kinnelon/Smoke Rise 973-838-9300
KINNELON $1,250,000
Smoke Rise-5BR/4.1BA/new Kit./W/D LL/
W/IG Pool/flat Yd/Wd Flrs/SS Appl/4FPS,
Spect.views. KIN5812
Kinnelon/Smoke Rise 973-838-8400
KINNELON $1,998,000
Smoke Rise-Highest standard of quality/work-
manship/ attention to detail. A visual feast. Truly
a work of art. KIN2048
Kinnelon/Smoke Rise 973-838-8400
BEACH HAVEN GARDENS
$2,695,000
Ocean elegance on LBI-3 level 5BR,4.5Bth Cus-
tom home w/open floor plan, elev. 2MBR Stes +
MORE! lg rooftop deck. WYN0701
Wayne 973-694-8000
KINNELON $599,000
Smoke Rise-Delightful 12RM 5BR 3.1BA ex-
panded Ranch on a cul-de-sac w/pool & fin.
W/O LL. KIN2273
Kinnelon/Smoke Rise 973-838-8400
MONTVILLE $599,000
Spacious 3BR 2.1BA Split/remodeled
Kit/C/A/C/Vac/2C Gar/easy access to NY
transp. KIN5967
Kinnelon/Smoke Rise 973-838-9300
JEFFERSON $389,000
The Fairways-Pristine End Unit boasts great
views of the Golf Course., 1st Flr.Mstr. Artist's
Studio on 2nd Flr. KIN5876
Kinnelon/Smoke Rise 973-838-9300
JEFFERSON $439,900
Beautiful 4BR/2.1BA Col. features H/W Flrs/up-
dated EIK/SS Appl./FP/Skyklight in FR/Trex
Deck/2C Gar. KIN5929
Kinnelon/Smoke Rise 973-838-9300
KINNELON $869,900
Smoke Rise-Fabulous cust. 5BR Est.offers clas-
sic elegance/ spacious living space w/extended
living space on both levels. KIN5931
Kinnelon/Smoke Rise 973-838-8400
BLOOMINGDALE $550,000
Glenwild Lk-Gorgeous 5BR/3BA Lakefront/lge
Kit/SS Appl/granite countertops/FP/priv.dock.
KIN5878
Kinnelon/Smoke Rise 973-838-9300
WAYNE $439,500
Spacious 4BR,3Bth Col.Split w/open flr plan,
nwr Granite/Ctr Isle Kit, bright BrfstRm,MBR/full
Bth, level yard w/pool+2Gar. WYN0112
Wayne 973-694-8000
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4933 for more information or
to sign your child up for audi-
tions.
Montville United Methodist
Nursery School is holding reg-
istration for the 2012-2013
school year. It offers classes
Monday-Friday, plus enrich-
ment programs, for children 2-
1/2 through 6. The kids-care
program is open every day from
8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at an hourly
rate. The school is located at 29
Whitehall Road in Towaco.
Please stop down no appoint-
ment needed or call 973-334-
3924 for more information. You
can also check out the new
website: www.mumns.org.
Montville United Methodist
Nursery School is collecting
food for the Kiwanis Food
Pantry. Parents and children
are overwhelmingly supportive
by donating such item as
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Call Me for a FREE Market Analysis of your home.
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separate Jacuzzi,vaulted ceilings in LR & DR, Gour-
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tiered deck to parklike property. I.G. Heated Pool
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0826 SERVICES
PAINT/POWER
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canned fruit, vegetables, pasta, sauces,
and other items. Needy Montville
families are confidentially cared for by
food pantry volunteers from 3-7 p.m.
every Thursday and from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. each Saturday at the church.
Montville United Nursery School
believes that all children should learn
about helping others in need from a
very young age, so we incorporate
compassion and empathy into our
regular curriculum. The nursery
school has been state-certified and
nationally accredited. The school is
currently registering children ages 2-
1/2 through 6. Classes meet daily from
September-May and care is provided
from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. For more
information, call Director Renee
Gilbert at 973-334-3924. The
Montville United Methodist Church
is located at 29 Whitehall Road in
Towaco.
The Montville Township Womens
Club has an ongoing project: com-
fort pillows for breast cancer
patients. So far weve made and
donated 6,580 pillows to Morristown
Memorial, Chilton Memorial in
Pompton Plains, and Saint Clare's in
Denville and Dover. A team of club
members, seniors, and volunteers
from surrounding cities participates in
this worthy project. Even heart sur-
gery patients have found use for these
comfort pillows, which are complete-
ly washable and may be used under
the seatbelt after surgery. Chairperson
Alexandria Sarra can be reached at
973-405-0088. All monetary dona-
tions, used to purchase polyfill for the
pillows, should be made payable to
MTWC and should indicate
Comfort Pillow in the memo. Please
mail checks to P.O. Box 267,
Montville, NJ 07045.
Lincoln Park resident parents of
children turning three to 21 years old
(including students attending non-
public schools, and homeless and
migrant children who reside in
Lincoln Park): the public schools
offer remedial programs for eligible
children. If your child is experiencing
physical, sensory, emotional, commu-
nication, cognitive, or social difficul-
ties, help is available. Contact Mrs.
Grace Marinello, supervisor of special
services, at 973-696-9150 to arrange a
meeting with members of the child
study team. If eligible, an educational
program will be provided at no
charge.
Mothers & More is a not-for-profit
group for both stay-at-home and
working moms. It features monthly
meetings, playgroups, mom-and-tot
outings, mom-night-outs, and much
more. Members are from Wayne and
all surrounding towns. Monthly meet-
ings are on the first Monday of each
month (unless a holiday) at 7:30 p.m.
at Our Savior Lutheran Church, 670
Newark Pompton Tpke. in Pompton
Plains. Prospective members are
always welcomed. For more informa-
tion, call 877-221-1581 or e-mail
sbotbyl1 @yahoo.com.
Toastmasters provides a supportive
environment to improve public
speaking and leadership skills. We
meet the first Wednesday of each
month at Hollywood Restaurant &
Pizzeria, 376 Fairfield Road in
Fairfield from 7-9 p.m. Guests are wel-
comed. For more information, visit
www.diningtospeak.com.
The Montville Senior Citizens Club
is open to all Montville Township res-
idents aged 55 and older. The club
meets every first and third Friday of
the month at the Montville Senior
House, next to the police station on
Route 202 South. We serve coffee and
cake at noon before the meeting at 1
p.m. New members and guests are
always welcomed. For information,
call Celia at 973-227-4591.
Passaic Valley Hospice, a non-profit
organization, is in need of volunteers
for various duties. Volunteers are an
integral part of the professional hos-
pice team that provides physical,
emotional, and spiritual support to
the terminally ill. Volunteers work
directly with patients and families,
providing respite for caregivers, com-
panionship for patients and families,
and errand-runs. Weekday volunteers
are especially needed. For additional
information, call 973-785-7329.
Reach out give the gift of self!
Lincoln Park American Legion Post
279 is proud to announce its annual
scholarship program. A number of
scholarships are being offered. To be
eligible, an applicant must be a mem-
ber of a high school graduating class,
a resident of Lincoln Park, or a
child/grandchild of either an
American Legion Post 279 member,
S.A.L. Squadron 279 member, or a
Post 279 Auxiliary member.
Applications are available at Boonton
High School and DePaul High
School guidance offices, or at the
post. Applications must be submitted
to: Scholarship Chairman, American
Legion Post 279, 133 Main Street,
Lincoln Park, NJ 07035. The dead-
line is Friday, April 27.
Montville Unico is offering educa-
tional grants to high school seniors
again, as it has done for over 20
years. There will be four grants
awarded of $2,000 each. Applicants
must be a current Morris County
high school senior of Italian descent
with a minimum GPA of 2.8 who has
been accepted to a two- or four-year
college. Relatives of current
Montville Unico members living
outside of Morris County are eligible.
For applications and further informa-
tion, contact Pat Barone at 973-256-
0624 or ppbarone@ aol.com.
Applications must be received no
later than April 22.
Community Happenings
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Nobody Sells More Real Estate Than Remax
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Neighborhood
Properties
381 Main Road, Montville, NJ 07045
973-334-3341 1-866-334-3050
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Lisa Motisi
Owner/Sales Associate
x305
Silvia Bonaccorsi
Broker/Owner
x266
Sally Vreeland Novak
Owner/Sales Associate
x254
Donna Nelson
Sales Associate
x244
Lynne Travers
Sales Associate
x555
Janet Juliano
Sales Associate
x207
Tin Tran
Sales Assoc/Buyers Agent
x272
Maureen Clark
Sales Associate
x100
Peggy "PJ" Stock
Broker/Sales Associate
x111
Diane Amoscato
Sales Associate
x246
Sandra "Sandi" Gros
Sales Associate
x242
Shorouq Matari
Sales Associate
x300
Denise Laden
Sales Assoc/Buyers Agent
x235
Krystyna Plewa
Sales Associate
x141
Kelly Nebesnak
Sales Associate
x115
Ella Rentiers
Broker/Sales Associate
x210
Robert De Ligny
Broker/Sales Associate
x214
Lois Fitzpatrick
Broker/Sales Associate
x110
BOONTON TWP. $279,000
CHARMING COTTAGE
Enjoy all the wild life from this charming cottage
on large park like private property. Large master
with 2 double closets. Join the Oak Hills pool club
at a small fee (not mandatory). Close to NYC trans,
hospitals, restaurants, etc. Call Lynne x-555!
PARSIPPANY TWP. $449,000
DELIGHTFUL COLONIAL
4 bedroom/2 1/2 bath/ 2 car gar/ deck. Colonial home
with updated kitchen with granite & updated master bath.
Credit for hardwood floors. Call Ella x-210!
PEQUANNOCK TWP. $459,000
RECENT ADDITION
Home features addition in 2007 including kitchen,
fam rm,mbr suite w/mba, hwh, cac, upgraded
electric. Hw throughout, fp w/heatolater, lg deck
and fenced yard, newer roof, windows, siding, furnace.
Walk to school and town center. Call Donna x-244!
INDEPENDENCE TWP. $269,900
HILLS OF INDEPENDENCE
All redone, this modern showplace needs not
one thing, all updated baths with modern fixtures,
floors, some walls, kitchen, custom trim, finished
basement, custom paint, flooring, c-air and
much more. Call Krystyna x-141!
MONTVILLE TWP. $1,250,000
CUSTOM BUILT HOME
With over 1 acre of beautiful natural surroundings,
this custom built home allows for privacy
and natural beauty with all the conveniences for
commuters. 5br, 4.1bth has all the ammenities.
Call Shorouq x-300!
PARSIPPANY TWP. $574,900
BEAUTIFULLY UPDATED
Expanded ranch, kitchen w/granite, great
floorplan for entertaining, dining room w/built-ins,
master bedroom was extended when home was
built w/new bath and walls of closetspace.
Anthony Sylvan gunite pool. Call Lynne x-555!
BUTLER BORO. $354,900
CAMBRIDGE HEIGHTS
Fabulous 3 level townhome, totally updated!
Largest model in gated community! Upgraded
kit w/granite countertops, add'l cabinets, new
tile backsplash, new tile floor & stainless steel
appliances. Call Silvia x-266!
MAPLEWOOD TWP. $424,900
CLASSIC BRICK COLONIAL
Great location over looking Maplecrest Park. Freshly
painted interior which shows light & bright. Nine
rooms 4 bedrooms 1 full & 2 half baths. Two car
detached garage. Located within a short distance of
Maplewood Village. Call Bob x-214!
WASHINGTON TWP. $445,000
IMMACULATE COLONIAL
What a delight to show. Lovely colonial with 4 bedrooms/
2 1/2 baths/ 2 car gar with spacious floor plan.
Immaculate through out. Granite counters and porcelain
backsplash. Stunning home. Call Ella x-210!
EAST HANOVER TWP. $424,900
VERY PRIVATE SETTING
Great cul-de-sac location! Very private setting on
a professionally landscaped property. Unique
contemporary ranch home with 3 full baths, 4
bedrooms with great potential for in-law suite.
Plenty of storage space. Call Bob x-214!
Jennifer "Jenn" Mennella
Office Admin
x200
Kathy Williamson
Office Admin
x222
PASSAIC CITY $299,900
RECENTLY UPDATED
Wow, this spacious home is situated on the Clifton border
of Athenia section, all updated in 2002, including a full
back dormer, windows, 2 unit central air, heat, electric,
bath, granite kitchen. Call Krystyna x-141!
BOONTON TWP. $459,900
MOUNTAIN TOP LOCATION
Exceptional mountain top cul-de-sac location!
Unique home w/many quality updates. Remodeled
from top to bottom. Large fenced in property for pet
lovers. Professionally landscaped. Updated septic system,
water treatment equipment & plumbing. Call Bob x-214!
MONTVILLE TWP. $489,000
DELIGHTFUL COLONIAL
With wrap around lemonade front porch.
Nestled on beautiful 1+ acre property. Stylish
updates & great floorplan. New hw flrs, newly
painted, wb fireplace. Beautiful, serene, privacy & fresh
air. Call PJ x-111!
MONTVILLE TWP. $549,000
TREE LINED CUL-DE-SAC
Move right into this beautiful colonial on tree lined
cul-de-sac! Newer siding, windows, front porch.
Patio has newer awning, large level yard. Xl 4th br
can be used as upstairs fam rm or divided to
make 5th br! Call Silvia x-266!
MONTVILLE TWP. $1,150,000
COMFORT & ELEGANCE
Immaculate home you'll want to call yours! Spacious
remodeled kitchen w/ granite countertops, breakfast
bar & sunny morning room open to spacious family rm.
Private level yard with heated inground pool.
Call Silvia x-266!
MONTVILLE TWP. $959,000
CUL-DE-SAC
Gorgeous 5 br, 2.5 bath col loc on priv 1.31ac
cul-de-sac! 2 story entry, liv rm, formal din rm
w/inlayed wd flr, conservatory, gourmet eik w/sep
din area, great rm w/fp, office. Mstr suite w/ sit
area, priv study & mstr bath. Call Lisa x-305!
MONTVILLE TWP. $744,000
BRITTANY PARK
Fabulous center hall colonial in prime Brittany
Park location! 4br's, 2.5 ba, updated kitchen &
baths, hardwood floors, full finished basement w/
rec room and 2 offices; gorgeous level corner prop
with in-ground pool. Call Sally x-254!
MONTVILLE TWP. $765,900
WATERFORD CROSSING
Traditional center hall colonial located in beautiful
Waterford crossing. Loaded with many recent upgrades,
featuring large finished basement w/full bath, home on
large corner lot on 3/4 of acre. Conveniently located
just off 287. Call Krystyna x-141!
MONTVILLE TWP. $628,200
SPACIOUS & OPEN
Everything you want and more!!! Fabulous colonial with
spacious and open floor plan! 2004 addition to family
room, kitchen & master suite; hardwood floors through-
out; wonderful neighborhood close to schools.
Call Sally x-254!
MONTVILLE TWP. $849,000
LOCATION! LOCATION!
Custom built colonial tudor on tree lined cul-de-sac
street! Hw floors throughout! New custom gourmet
kit, Aderson slider off kit leads to new Trex deck!
Oversized family room w/fireplace. Beautiful in-ground
Gunite Anthony pool w/hot tub! Call Shorouq x-300!
MONTVILLE TWP. $628,000
BRITTANY PARK
Exceptionally spacious custom built home on
one of Montville's most desirable streets in
Brittany Park! Custom designed kitchen, extensive
cabinetry with impressive built-ins, 8' center island.
Gorgeous level property. Call Sally x-254!