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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
holding 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 claim-
ing to having started the holi-
day. 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 begin-
nings, the first state to officially
recognize 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
honoring Americans who died
fighting in any war. Southern
communities set aside a day to
mark the end of the war
as a memorial to specific
battles, such as Sharpsburg,
Maryland (Antietam Battle-
field), 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
Memorial Day throughout the Nation By Jack Mc Cabe
Proverbs 3:5,6 God Bless America
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her listeners. Perhaps there is
another angle to this story,
which I would like to share
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partially correct. An annuity
is tax-deferred whether its an
IRA or not. So placing your
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advantages. BUT, annuities
charge no fee for tax deferral
proving her comment worth-
less. Therefore, there must
be another reason that any
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account and in fact there are
many reasons other than the
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ously mentioned. If death
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by a compounded return, or
the account value, whichever
is greater, in most cases the
rider is capped at 250% of the
original investment.
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Suze neglects to mention are
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that offers two distinct fea-
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for equity based investments.
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feature and the second is a
guarantee of income for life
or two lifetimes if elected,
WITHOUT Annuitization!
Most people are viscerally
negative about Annuitiza-
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must trade their nest egg for
the income for life guarantee.
NOT THE CASE with
a living benefit rider!
Available for a reasonable
fee, relative to what the ben-
efit offers, regardless of how
low the stock or bond mar-
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account value, your with-
drawal base will never
decline and in fact will esca-
late by either actual perform-
ance during good years or by
the stated roll-up percentage,
usually 5-6% compounded
annually during bad or nega-
tive performance years, until
withdrawals begin. Suze neg-
lects to consider the potential
for negative markets during
the accumulation phase of
ones retirement monies, but,
more importantly, through-
out their retirement income
systematic withdrawal years!
Consider what effect the
horrific stock markets of 2008
or 2000-2001-2002 would
have had on your portfolio if
you were withdrawing sys-
tematically from your retire-
ment funds! What the media
calls a buying opportunity
for investors accumulating
retirement funds, is called a
disaster for those people
living on the income from
their accumulated retirement
funds!
What protection do you
have for your assets placed in
harms way in the stock mar-
ket for the greater growth
potential have when correc-
tions and crashes occur, and
occur they will! A Variable
Annuity Living Benefit
Rider, while they are not all
the same and must be studied
and compared to determine
which would be best for each
persons particular situation,
are, in this columnists opin-
ion, a vital and critical com-
ponent of any allocation
involving the risks inherent
in stock allocations! Believe
me, in my 31 years in this
industry, I have witnessed
retirees agonize over the
financial news and the after-
math of the tsunamis that
devastated their portfolios
that were unprotected by a
living benefit 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 pro-
duced by the rider is unen-
cumbered by the fee structure
and as long as the insured is
alive, regardless if the
account value declines to
zero from the combination
of withdrawals, fees and neg-
ative markets, the monthly
income checks will never
stop!
Your portfolio, like your
home, car or boat, is an asset
that may be insured against
the risk of loss. When you
own your home, car or boat,
outside of car liability
requirements, there is no law
that says you must insure
these valuable items. How-
ever, most people would con-
sider a loss of considerable
dollars to any one of these
assets an unacceptable risk.
For most retirees, their port-
folio replaced their home as
the largest asset they now
own and to think it is unin-
sured where their income
could be compromised is
unacceptable.
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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 inflam-
matory response. When you
cut your skin, for instance,
your body sends cells to that
area to repair it. This inflam-
matory response results in
redness, swelling, and scab-
bing. Orally, the inflammato-
ry response is similar, but the
byproducts spread quickly
throughout our body. Because
of the large blood supply and
thin membranes, this influ-
ences all inflammatory dis-
eases in our body.
Dont ever forget to look
at periodontal disease as an
important source of inflamma-
tion in reference to cardiovas-
cular disease, said Marc Penn,
M.D., Ph.D., at a recent heart
symposium for cardiologists at
the Cleveland clinic. One of
the reasons heart attacks are
not being prevented is because
health care providers are not
recognizing the link between
cardiovascular disease and
oral-systemic health, he said.
Lloyd Rudy, M.D. con-
sidered one of the most influ-
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.
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Despite uncertainties,
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mation on March 7, 1966,
that the State of New York
officially recognized Water-
loo as the birthplace of
Memorial Day. The Congress
of the United States passed
House Concurrent Reso-
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May 19, 1966, in Waterloos
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series will reveal statistics of
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would like to invite all Blues
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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 'favorite'
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
catnip 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 options.
We also want to discourage
use of unapproved areas. A
common method is to use a
water gun or squirt bottle. It
is important that the cat
doesn't think it is you spray-
ing them. They need to asso-
ciate the undesirable squirt of
water with the inappropriate
item they're scratching. You
can also place double-sided
tape on or plastic runners
upside down (so the 'nubby'
side is up) around inappropri-
ate 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 rou-
tine handling to kittens so it
will be well tolerat-
ed 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 prac-
tice, 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 adhesive, 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
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 con-
sult with your veterinarian
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 Pe-
quannock Animal Hospital is lo-
cated at 591 Newark Pompton
Turnpike in Pompton Plains.
You may reach them by calling
(973) 616-0400.
Cat scratch options By Dr. Matthew Krupnick
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WHERE YOUR
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T
he Pompton Lakes
Chamber of Comm-
erce is proud to
announce the Eighth and final
annual Holiday Ornament
fund raiser. This year we have
chosen the Pompton Reformed
Church. It is our hope that the
residents of Pompton Lakes
will enjoy having this orna-
ment in their homes and that it
will become a keepsake for
years to come. (Please see
page 33 for information on
the history of the
Pompton Reformed
Church.)
These ornaments
would be great gift ideas
for friends and relatives
who live in Pompton
Lakes as well as for those
who have moved away. It
may also be a nice tradition
to start children with this
ornament collection as well.
The cost of each orna-
ment is $16.00. All orders
should be in no later than
November 1st to guarantee all
deliveries will be in for a
December distribution date. As
we did last year, you will be
called by one of our local retail-
ers letting you know that your
ornament(s) can be picked up
there. If you are out of the area,
we will mail your order to you
for the cost of shipping as we
did last year. We will be placing
ornament orders each time we
receive 100 requests to insure
all orders will be filled.
The proceeds of this years fund
raiser will be going toward var-
ious projects including the con-
tinuation of our scholarships
given each year. As in the past
we will give a twenty percent
share of the profit made from
the sales of this ornament
to the Pompton Reformed
Church.
Important note: We still
have a small supply of the First
in Series The Library,
Second in Series The Post
Office, Third in Series The
High School, Fourth in
Series The Bell, Fifth in
Series - Joe Louis, Sixth in
series First Aid Squad,
Seventh in series
The Fire House and
the Special Edition
Cardinal Country.
We have made
arrangements to obtain
a very limited addition-
al supply if needed, so if
you wish to purchase
any of these, please note
it on this order form. The
pricing for the first, second
and third is $14.95, and for the
fourth thru the seventh and
special edition is $15.95 while
our current supply lasts.
To place your order
today, e-mail kaffka@surety-
one.com or mail to Pomp-
ton Lakes Chamber of
Commerce PO Box 129,
Pompton Lakes, NJ 07442.
Any questions should be
directed to Art @ 973-865-
5906. Thank you for your
continued support.
Pompton Lakes Chamber announces its eighth and final in the series
Holiday Ornaments
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Around the
Community
The Barn Theatre in
Montville proudly presents
Assassins. Book by John
Weidman, music and lyrics by
Stephen Sondheim, based on
the original idea by Charles
Gilbert. Directed by Roseann
Ruggerio, with musical direc-
tion by Clifford Parrish.
Performances are Ma 18, 26,
June 1, 2, 8, and 9 at 8 p.m.;
May 19, 20, 27, and June 3 at
2 p.m. Tickets are $20 ($19 for
seniors/students for matinees
only). To reserve tickets, call
973-334-9320, or visit the box
office on Saturdays from 4
p.m. -7 p.m. For more infor-
mation, visit www.barnthe-
atre.org. Assassins is pre-
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The fourth grade Student
Council at the Samuel R.
Donald School collected over
one hundred recipes from fam-
ilies, teachers staff, communi-
ty members, and other stu-
dents to create a professional-
ly published cookbook we can
all be proud of. Recipes
include appetizers, side dishes,
main dishes, and of course
desserts! The students hope
the this collection of recipes
will not only serve as an effec-
tive fundraising tool but will
also become a lasting keepsake
for the community. This one-
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But next year never seems to
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ground pools offering a refresh-
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point. With a large assortment
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tub at the end of a long day! All
Service Pool & Spa also offers
services including openings
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repair, demolitions and renova-
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Owner CJ Whitty and his
crew are committed to provid-
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pool technology and the most
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include a visit from the owner
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t can be sobering to realize
that beach and pool season
is right around the corner.
Maybe that diet you hoped to
go on got stuck in neutral.
What can you do now?
The prospect of days
spent in the sun without the
security of a bulky sweater or
baggy pants to cover up bellies
and bulges often inspires peo-
ple to reassess their fitness
goals in an effort to lose
weight. There are some right
and wrong ways to shed a few
pounds, and here are some
guidelines to get you started.
Crash diets: Nutritionists
have long noted that crash
diets can be unhealthy and
ineffective with regards to
long-term weight loss. But
new research disputes those
claims. A recent study from
Tufts University found that a
slow-and-steady diet is only
successful for the very few
who are not sidetracked by
rich foods or other common
food challenges in daily life.
In fact, they confirm that, if
done correctly with a healthy,
calorie-cutting, food-based
diet, fad diets can produce
quick and lasting success.
Clinical experience shows
that somebody with a serious
commitment to weight loss
can lose up to 20 pounds
and two to three dress sizes
in two months.
This is not to say you
should sustain yourself on
grapefruits or cabbage soup.
Weight loss that results from
such diets is more water
weight than fat. Reducing
portion sizes and caloric
intake could provide a metab-
olism boost.
Exercise: Being active is
usually conducive to losing
weight. But the right exercises
are also key. Heavy manual
labor may not be the
best route to take, as
building muscle could
also increase overall
weight and add bulk to
the body. Cardiovas-
cular and light toning
exercises can help
many people achieve
their weight-loss goals
more quickly than diet-
ing alone.
Many people find
the warm weather nat-
urally inspires them to
be more active. Make
the most of the beauti-
ful weather by getting
off the couch and going
outside for a walk or a
jog.
Indulge in good
foods.
Filling up on foods that
help your body realize it is full
can help with weight loss.
These include foods that are
high in fiber and protein.
Choose non-starch vegetables
like broccoli and cauliflower,
which are high in fiber.
Chickpeas and other legumes
will also fill you up fast. Snack
on berries and apples, which
are filling and also a good
source of fiber. Look for
whole-grain breads, which are
more substantial than overly
processed breads.
Set reasonable goals.
Research from Tufts indi-
cates that it is a physiologi-
cal fact that the human body
can only lose a maximum of
three pounds of actual fat a
week. Other weight loss is
often an emptying of the
intestinal system and water
loss. Starvation is not a
healthy way to lose weight,
as it actually depletes mus-
cles while taxing the cardio-
vascular system. Therefore,
plan how much you want to
lose and then divide that
number by three. Then
you'll have an accurate
measurement on how many
weeks it will take to lose the
weight with aggressive diet-
ing. If you want to lose 30
pounds, it could take 10 weeks
to achieve that goal.
Even a small amount of
weight loss can result in
marked improvement in how
you look and feel, especially
when sporting a swimsuit.
Personal health should always
take precedence over losing
weight to improve your
appearance.
Slim down for summer
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kids and their par-
ents. With new equipment,
toddlers can reach that two-
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sidewalks and bike paths
together.
According to experts,
children 12-to-18 months are
not bicycle-ready, as they
lack pedaling skills and their
neck muscle strength is insuf-
ficient to allow them to sup-
port the weight of a helmet
and to endure riding on
rougher terrain. Instead, chil-
dren in this age group can
build their strength and bal-
ance by using items such as
rocking horses.
Trailers are a sound
alternative for bringing the
baby along. They are light-
weight, sturdy and roomy
enough for additional items.
Parents are advised to make
sure the trailer is equipped
with a tall flag 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,
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St. Marys Church, Pompton
Lakes has moved the Parish
Library to the Carnival
Center on the second floor.
The collection includes CDs
and Video tapes as well as
books. All are religious in
nature. Borrowing is on the
honor system.
Relay for Life is the
American Cancer Society's
signature event to raise aware-
ness and funding to fight can-
cer. A victory lap recognizes
local cancer survivors and a
luminaria ceremony honors
and remembers those who
have faced cancer. West
Milford will host Relay for
Life of the Highlands on June
9 and 10 at West Milford High
School's McCormack Field.
Anyone who has an interest
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to attend our team meetings at
West Milford High School, 67
Highlander Drive in West
Milford at 7:45 p.m. on March
21, April 18, and May 9.
Please get involved by forming
a team or joining a commit-
tee. It's a lot of fun and it's one
of the most rewarding experi-
ences you'll ever have. For
more information, e-mail our
local relay co-chairs, Nicole
Rivera and Vickie Evans, at
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W
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turning on a light.
The psychological
effects of lighting have long
been a subject of study. It has
been documented that the
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can impact the psychological
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of a person, affecting daily
mood. The Mayo Clinic says
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physiological imbalances. An
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Lighting is such an
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people and their impression
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design is an art and a science.
Lighting designers must have
an understanding of the visu-
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need for their health, safety
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The Illuminating En-
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successful lighting for specif-
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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
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-
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those that face west and
south. Bedrooms with win-
dows facing the east may
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Skylights can help light
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Remember, bright light
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Individuals often take
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H
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stairs to create more living
space. Whether it's for a home
office, a home theater room, a
playroom for the kids, or even
a laundry room, more and
more homeowners are turning
their dark, damp and dreary
basement into a brighter,
more functional space.
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there are certain things every
homeowner should consider
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down there. Standard house
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Before any guests arrive or any
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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
C|d 1estament: kevea|ed |n New 1estament
Boaz a Jew meets Ruth a Gentile. The marriage of Ruth and Boaz, the great grandparents of King
David, the royal lineage of Jesus Christ. Foreshadow of: Jesus takes His bride, the church home to a seven
year marriage supper of The Lamb. Jews and Gentiles becoming one flesh and God in the center. The Trinity:
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Jews and Gentiles are in Jesus, and Jesus is in us = The Trinity!
Feast of Tabernacle: The Israelites lived in Booths for seven days
in remembrance of how God had been their provider. This feast was
also a time for the Israelites to give thanks in which they acknowl-
edge the Fall harvest and Gods provision for them. It is a happy
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
the time of their visitation. Luke 19:41-44
Jesus said: "For ! am the way, and the truth, and the life: no one comes to the Father; but through Ne."
God Weeps: Isaiah 63:9 "!n all their afflictions, He was afflicted." Yes, when man suffers God suffers.
Isaiah 22:4-5 Turn your eyes away from Ne. Let Ne weep bitterly, do not comfort me concerning the destruction of
the daughter of my people. Jer.S:1S-22, Jer.9:1, Jer.13:17
John 3:16 "For God so loved the world that he gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him
should not perish, but have eternal life."
Ior God who has not dest|ned us for wrath, but for obta|n|ng sa|vat|on through our Lord Iesus Chr|st.
New 1estament: n|dden |n C|d 1estament
Old Testament Feast of Shavuot
The ten commandments and or two tablets of the law God gave to the
people of Israel through Moses.
The Nation of Israel is Born!
Two leavened "Wave-Loaves of bread," foreshadow of:
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,
shall be caught up with them in a cloud.
Seven days of the wedd|ng fesnv|nes. 1he Church (br|de of Chr|st) w||| be h|dden from the s|ght of those ||v|ng on earth
wh||e the seven year tr|bu|anon per|od |s tak|ng p|ace here on earth. Isa|ah 26:20-21
1he Marr|age Supper of the Lamb 1o n|s 8r|de
1he SplrlL and Lhe brlde say, "Come!" And leL hlm
who hears say, "Come!" And leL Lhe one who ls
LhlrsLy, "Come!" Lhrough Pls preclous 8lood, And
leL hlm Lake Lhe free gl of Lhe waLer of llfe." kev.
22:17 "8|essed are those who are |nv|ted to the
marr|age supper of the Lamb." kev 19:S
In My Iather's nouse are many Dwe|||ng |aces.
lor l go Lo prepare a place for you. And lf l go and prepare
a place for you, l wlll come agaln and recelve you Lo Myself,
LhaL where l am, Lhere you may be also.
ara||e| to: Ieast of 1abernac|e and a Iew|sh Wedd|ng
lor ln Lhe ume of Lrouble he shall hlde me ln hls pavlllon,
ln Lhe secreL of hls 1A8L8nACLL shall he hlde me, s. 27:S
1he Mess|ah, 8r|degroom un|nng w|th n|s Church the br|de
1he church does noL know Lhe exacL day or ume of ChrlsL
comlng for her. 1he groom's, (ChrlsL) arrlval would be
proceeded by a shouL. 1he angel, Cabrlel, wlll blow Lhe LrumpeL
of Cod, and ?eshua/!esus wlll come llke Lhlef ln Lhe nlghL Lo
snaLch away Pls 8rlde. Chr|st g|ves us the parab|e of n|s com|ng
s|m||ar to ten v|rg|ns wa|nng for the|r br|degroom. llve of Lhem
were wlse, and ve were foollsh. Mau. 2S:1-13
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?
The Church of Jesus Christ is Born!
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Community
Happenings
continued from page 29
from
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or check out the web site
www.relayforlife.org/highland-
snj. You can also call Jessica
Gaeta at 201-457-3418 ext.
2227.
The Pompton Lakes
Republican Club invites you to
its monthly meetings on the
third Thursday of each month
at the VFW Post 2906 off
Wanaque Avenue in Pompton
Lakes. Membership is open to
the public. Get involved with
the PLRC and participate in
informative meetings, commu-
nity outreach, scholarships for
youth, and social activities.
Questions? Call 973-835-4025
or e-mail kbaig@optonline.net.
Kinnelons Open Space
Committee (OSC) and Open
Space Advisory Committee
(OSAC) are inviting members
of various organizations and
committees throughout the
borough to join them on a tour
around Kinnelon. The Land
Conservancy of New Jersey
will be taking notes and gather-
ing information on Kinnelons
historical, recreational, and
open space facilities in order to
update the boroughs open
space plan. Residents should go
to www.kinnelonboro.org for
additional information regard-
ing public meetings in which
they can participate.
Comments and suggestions are
always welcomed at kin-
nelon_osac@yahoo.com.
The Circle of Friendship, a
support group for the separated
and divorced, meets at 7:30
p.m. every Thursday at St.
Marys Church, 17 Pompton
Ave. in Pompton Lakes. For
further information, call
Christine at 973-335-9880.
Singles in their 20s and 30s
looking to meet other young
Jewish singles should join us for
games, friends, snacks, and
more! We meet the first
Sunday of the month at
Congregation Beth Shalom, 21
Passaic Ave. in Pompton
Lakes. Bring your friends. Find
our Facebook page or e-mail
singles.jewish@gmail.com.
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I
n the early 1800s Pompton
Lakes was a peaceful coun-
try village with most of the
land divided into farms; many
stretching from river to river.
Five or six houses dotted the
main dirt lane that led from
the furnace at one end to the
gristmill at the other end of
the little community, and
another dozen or so homes on
side roads developed by local
farm families.
Having previously at-
tended the Pompton Plains
Church, around 1812, men
from Pompton Lakes decided
that they should have a
church of their own. A meet-
ing was held on February 20,
1812 and the Certificate of
Incorporation was dated June
8, 1812.
The new church con-
tained 20,000 bricks made
near Pompton Plains at a cost
of $5,943.12, and the
Church at Pompton was
dedicated on October 16,
1814.
The organization of
the congregation was com-
pleted in the spring of 1815
and the first Consistory
including Elders Martin
Ryerson, Thomas Blauvelt,
Philip J. Schuyler and
Nathaniel Douglas; and
Deacons Adrian Post,
Abraham Lyons, Johnson
N. Gould and Peter van
Pelt was elected at a con-
gregational meeting.
At the first Consistory
meeting on June 24, 1815, a
call was extended to the
Reverend Jacob Ten Eyck
Field, who became the first
pastor of the new congrega-
tion with 24 names on the
church roles.
In 1850, the Sanctuary
was a rectangular room with
white walls and a paneled
gallery around three sides.
Boxlike pews were entered by
opening a small door at either
end. The windows were small
panes of clear glass and the
woodwork was white with
mahogany top rails. The pul-
pit was on a platform in the
center front until 1860 when
the north wall was broken
out to permit the building
of a recess for the pulpit.
The choir sat at the back in
the gallery over the center
door, and was accompanied
by the music of a melodeon.
In the 1880s the church
acquired a hand-pumped
organ. The pulpit furniture
was mahogany in the
Empire Period Style. Heat
was provided by two wood-
burning stoves until 1871,
when coal was purchased.
In July 1884, the women
of Pompton Reformed Church
pledged $500 as an initial
contribution for a chapel. By
1911, an additional room was
added to the rear. A larger
extension was again added to
the rear of the chapel in 1928.
As the suburbs grew,
much needed classrooms and
an auditorium were built in
1950. Soon plans were made
for the eventual replacement
of the educational facilities.
Finally in 1974, the two-
level modern brick structure
was completed and named the
Gerrit Heemstra Me-morial
Building ... a tribute to the
late pastor who served
Pompton Reformed Church
for thirty-four years.
And the Pompton
Reformed Church today con-
tinues in prayer and faith and
grows and prospers in the
work of the Lord.
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"I wasn't ready for surgery, that's why I chose
the K-lift
(1M)
. Aow I can go to my ballet classes
and not worry about my turkey neck!"
"I'm a flight attendant and two weeks after my
facial procedure on a trip to 1apan people
commented on how good my hair looked!"
Dr. Ramtin Kassir has extensive experience in the fields of facial plastic and cosmetic surgery, endoscopic sinus surgery and laser surgery.
He is triple board certified in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and Otolaryngology/Head & Neck Surgery and is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons.
Dr. Kassir discusses
innovative laser lipo
on Fox business
news and Bravo
In the media:
1176 Hamburg Tpke Wayne, NJ
973-692-9300
799 Park Ave New York, NY
212-288-3000
81 N. Maple Ave Ridgewood, NJ
201-857-2370
www. dr kas s i r. com
As seen on:
Lip Augmentation
BOTOX

Injections
Dysport

Restylane

Perlane

Radiesse

Bella Contour

Juvederm

Liquid Facelift
Sculptra

Fat Transfer
Latisse

Microdermabrasion
Fractional Laser
Laser Skin Resurfacing
Laser Lipo
Lasertight

Fraxel

Pearl

Reveal

Skin Analysis
Laser Hair Removal
Laser Peels
(Photo Facial)
Laser Facial Veins
Laser Leg Veins
Laser Tattoo Removal
Hair Transplants
Facelift
Band Aid Lift

K-Lift

Rhinoplasty
Forehead Lift
Eyelid Surgery
Facial Liposuction
Chin Augmentation
Ear Surgery
Featured on the
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SURGICAL
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NON-SURGICAL
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MONA LI SA COSMETI C SURGERY CENTER
T
ired of looking older than you feel? Fed
up with creams and goops that don't
work? Now theres new help for sagging
faces. Imagine looking in the mirror and seeing
yourself 10 or 15 years younger. Thats what a
facelift or K-lift
(TM)
can do for you. And its not
just for movie stars or models anymore. New
procedures and techniques make facelifts more
affordable and virtually undetectable for the
rest of us.
So do your homework. Research carefully.
And get all the information you can. The best
way to start is to get a free report entitled
The Secrets of Ageless Skin, a detailed
account of procedures that rejuvenate the face.
Youll enjoy reading about Dr. Kassirs patients
and how much cosmetic procedures did for
them. You'll also find out if the nonsurgical
K-lift
(TM)
or some form of facelift is right for you.
For a free copy of this informative report, call
(973) 692-9300 or email info@drkassir.com
anytime, 24 hours a day to find out how to turn
back the clock a decade or more.
Before After
Before and Immediately After K-lift
TM
by Dr. Kassir Before and 18 Days After Facelift by Dr. Kassir
Please visit http://youtu.be/Q3MRdVWpe0Y
to view this patient's Klift
(TM)
procedure
Dr. Ramtin Kassir
Facelift or Klift
(TM)
? Which one is best for you?
By Dr. Ramtin Kassir
Before After
Before After
Before After Before After
Before and 11 Days After Facelift, Eyelid Lift and Chin Implant by Dr. Kassir
Before After Before After