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Stoch Wins Two Golds for Poland
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Stoch Wins Two Golds for Poland
By Raymond Rolak
Kamil Stoch, 26, is now a two
time gold medal winner for Poland
at the Sochi Olympics.
Because of his celebrity in
Poland, he was allowed by
the Polish Ministry of
National Defense to use the
Polish Air Force roundel on
his helmet. It only made
sense and was a great moral
booster for the other Polish
Olympians. Who flies higher
and more often than Stoch?
“It is a badge of excellence,”
said a spokesperson for the
Polish Olympic Team. The
Polish Ministry of Defense
considers the use of emblem as an
act of patriotism and goodwill.
The Polish Air Force red and
white checkerboard is the national
marking on military aircraft. It was
originally used as personal insignia
of Stefan Stec, a Polish fighter
pilot, and then in December of
1918, it became a national roundel
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Another Nazi-Looted Artwork
Will Return To Poland
Thanks to the joint efforts of
Poland’s Ministry of Foreign
Affairs and Ministry of Culture and
National Heritage a long-lost painting from the pre-war collection of
the National Museum in Warsaw
will return to Poland. The work of
a well-known German artist Johann
Conrad Seekatz titled “St. Philip
Baptizing a Servant of Queen
Kandake” was handed over by the
US officials to Poland’s Minister of
Culture Bogdan Zdrojewski on
February 6.
The handover ceremony at the
Consulate General in NY was
attended by Poland’s Ambassador
to the US Ryszard Schnepf and
Consul General Ewa JunczykZiomecka, as well as New York
Special Agent in Charge James T.
Hayes, Jr. and U.S. Attorney Preet
Bharara, Southern District of New
York, representing US authorities.
“I am very happy that another
painting that was registered as a
Polish wartime loss comes back to
Poland today. Unfortunately, due to
our tragic history, the database of
Polish wartime losses is still enormous. However, the Polish govern-
ment attaches great importance to
this issue as it’s one of our key priorities. Using this opportunity, I
would like to thank the United
States’ authorities involved in this
difficult process for their close cooperation with my services that
deal with wartime losses at the
Ministry of Culture and National
Heritage. It is our common success.” said during the ceremony
Poland’s Minister of Culture and
National Heritage Bogdan
Zdrojewski.
The oil-on-copper painting, “St.
Philip Baptizing the Servant of
Queen Kandake”, portrays an
episode from the Acts of the
Apostles, the fifth book of the New
Testament. It is the work of a wellknown 18c. German painter, working, among others, as the court
painter in Darmstadt. The painting
came from the collection of Piotr
Fiorentini, a Polish officer, official
and collector. The work of art
remained at the National Museum
in Warsaw until the outbreak of the
Second World War. The wartime
fate of the Seekatz painting is still
unknown. One may only assume
From the right: Ambassador of Poland to the U.S. Ryszard Schnepf, Chief
of Money Laundering and Asset Forfeiture Unit, Southern Division
District of New York, Sharon Cohen Levin, Poland's Minister of Culture
and National Heritage Bogdan Zdrojewski, and U.S. ICE/HSI New York
Special Agent in Charge James T. Hayes, Jr. In the center, the restored
painting "St. Philip baptizing the servant of Queen Kandaki" by Johann
Conrad Seekatz.
Photo: Stanisław Pelc, Consulate General of Poland in New York
that it remained at the Museum
until the outbreak of the Warsaw
Rising in 1944.
In his remarks, Poland’s
Ambassador to the US Ryszard
Schnepf thanked American authori-
ties for their engagement and efficient cooperation with Polish
diplomats, which resulted in a successful repatriation. Ambassador
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THE POST EAGLE
February 26, 2014
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“The Politics of Envy”
by Dr. Joseph Horton
I was excited when I learned that the parents of a student I knew produced a product my family used and enjoyed. His response to me was “Yea,
they’re getting rich off you.” He was quite confused when I replied “They
should be. They make a very good product. If they are not getting rich, they
are not good business people.” The student expected me to be envious of his
parents’ success rather than thankful for the product that met my family’s
needs better than anything else.
In a free society, people get rich by providing goods and services people
want at prices they are willing to pay. Yes, there are people like the founders
of Solyndra who game the system and get rich from government favors.
Still, most people who become rich do so by serving others, whether it be
designing new computers or running a carpet installation business.
President Obama has made the reduction of income inequality a key
focus of his second term. Our president is promoting the politics of envy.
We are told that some people have more than their fair share, and that only
the government can make things more fair by taxing and regulating the successful. The losses of the rich are supposed to make the rest of us happier
and better off.
Since the president was inaugurated, middle-class incomes have fallen
when adjusted for inflation. Five years of the Obama presidency with tens
of thousands of new regulations and hundreds of billions of dollars of stimulus spending and tax increases on the wealthy have not helped middleincome families.
This is not surprising. Remember President Clinton’s luxury tax? It was
supposed to affect only the rich who bought things like yachts. The people
who built yachts lost their jobs when the rich stopped buying luxuries.
President Clinton was humble enough to allow the luxury tax to be
repealed. Our current president is doubling down on more of what has
failed and is prepared to use constitutionally dubious methods, circumventing the legislative branch, to do so.
We do not need new savings accounts created by executive fiat so middle-income people can loan more money to the government. Savings Bonds
already exist. We need more wealth creation. Contrary to what many pundits claim, wealth is good. Wealth is fresh fruits and vegetables in January,
indoor plumbing, and MRI machines.
Neither will raising the minimum wage improve the lot of those who earn
it. People can only be paid what their labor is worth for a particular job in
the current economy. Raising the minimum wage will increase automation,
eliminating low-level jobs. Claiming otherwise for political support simply
takes advantage of people while pretending to help.
It is not by chance that the United States is a wealthy country. Yes, the
government was involved in such things as building roads which have
helped business. However, government does not have any resources of its
own. Roads were built because productive people paid taxes to pay for
them. We have become a wealthy country because for most of our history
we have had relatively low taxes (when rates were high there were huge
loopholes), limited regulation, the rule of law, and relatively little corruption.
No one is arguing that there should be no government, or that no tax revenue should be collected. Limited government, however, provides the freedom for entrepreneurs to provide solutions to people’s problems and
improve their lives. If our elected officials would in humility stop trying to
engineer fairness, step back and let Americans create wealth, the middle
class could thrive again.
President Obama is encouraging us to compare ourselves to those who
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entitled to your opinion but not
your facts” (Jan. 29th Post Eagle). I
am not sure if Richard Hunter is the
Professor in Seton Hall, a man that
I admire, but I disagree with his
take on Pat Grzywacz’s “History
Lesson”. I do not see any problems
with Grzywacz’s facts, but I disagree with some of his interpretations of cause and effect.
I strongly disagree with Richard
Hunter’s defense of current political
trends and Presidential abuse of
power as necessary for “common
good” that supposedly the government provides. First of all, common
good is a slogan that has been used
to justify the unjustifiable such as
Obamacare. What possible common good is there in imposing
Obamacare on us? That kind of
“common good” is always at the
expense of individual rights guaranteed under the Constitution. It has
also been the basis of unabashed
Judicial Activism of the last 60
years. The current Radical Left,
which took control of the
Democratic Party, has no concern
for “common good”. What they
want is to replace our social and
political system by their yet undefined utopia.
As for Social Security and
Medicare, whose need is recognized by most of us, they are in danger because of the Democratic
Party radical agenda which is pursued by Obama. Criticizing the
Democrats for what they have done
to these programs is not the same as
opposing them. After the Reagan
reforms which put the two programs on sound fiscal basis, the
Democrats quickly looted the Trust
Funds as soon as the debts were
paid off. Today, the Federal
Treasury owes SS over $2.5 trillion
dollars, which they have no intention of repaying. Medicare is on life
support, not only because of looting
but also because it is structured as a
“pay as you go” program instead of
a pension plan. More than 2/3 of an
individual’s expenditures on health
care are in the last 10-15 years of
life. Under Obamacare, Medicare
funds will be further depleted to
pay for those dubious benefits of
Obamacare.
I don’t know how many people
have noticed that those two safety
net programs have been lumped
with some 50 welfare programs
under
the
heading
of
“Entitlements”. I believe that it is
part of the strategy of the
Democratic Party to eliminate those
two as programs which are separately funded by a payroll tax, and
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merge them with all the welfare programs, funded by general revenues,
into one huge government program.
Of course, the payroll taxes will be
left in place. Some twenty years ago
the New Republic, a Democratic
Party policy magazine, devoted a
whole issue to that notion and
argued that the time has come to
implement it.
As for aid to education by the
Federal Government, it has done
more harm than good and should be
eliminated. Invariably it sticks the
states with most of the cost for programs of questionable value. The
Core Curriculum is the latest gratuitous Federal intrusion into elementary education and has the potential
to further damage an already faltering system. It has to be stopped.
Elementary education is the
province of the States under the
Amendment X of our Constitution
and Federal Gov. should stay out of
it.
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Poland’s Eastern Border Is Still Open To Invasion
By John Czop
As this article goes to press, revolutionary crowds in the western
Ukraine are asserting their independence from Kiev, Ukraine's
capital. Western Ukrainian revolutionists seized the regional government buildings in Lviv and IvanoFrankivsk. Both these cities have
long histories as Polish fortresses.
Today they may become strongholds of an independent Western
Ukrainian republic.
The independentist insurgents
have armed themselves with heavy
automatic weapons which they
captured from several dozen police
stations in the western Ukraine. In
Ternopil, approximately 100 miles
east of Lviv, autonomists burned
down police headquarters. This
sets the stage for some parts of the
western Ukraine to secede from
Ukraine.
Samuel P. Huntington, an influential American political scientist,
best known for his scholarly article
of 1993 which he subsequently
expanded into his book of 1996,
THE CLASH OF CIVILIZATIONS AND THE REMAKING
OF WORLD ORDER, persuasively
identified Ukraine as a cleft country, or a country composed of two
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resources make Ukraine very
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and without Ukraine in its orbit,
Russian power is much diminished.
Moreover, the Ukrainian language prevails in the western
Ukraine, while most speak Russian
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western Ukraine controlled by
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refugee situation along western
Ukraine's border with Poland.
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February 26, 2014
THE POST EAGLE
Getting Your Children Involved In Saving For College
Courtesy of: Irene F. Stolarz
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Most articles about college planning focus on advice for parents or
other adults who expect to pay the cost for a younger person's education. But what about the beneficiary who plans to attend college?
Most articles about college planning focus on advice for parents or other
adults who expect to pay the cost for a younger person's education. But
what about the beneficiary who plans to attend college?
Although most young people don't have the assets for college savings
that their elders do, being part of the planning process can be educational,
offering financial lessons for the future. Children can earn money, learn
about sources of financial aid, research potential colleges, and take other
steps that may relieve their parents of some of the responsibility of college
planning. In addition, some experts believe that if children are actively
involved in planning for their future, they may be more committed when
entering college and ultimately have a more successful experience than they
would have otherwise.
Starting Early
According to the U.S. Department of Education, the best time to introduce
children to college planning is when they are in the sixth, seventh, or eighth
grade. You may want to initiate discussions about college and explain the
importance of developing good study habits and getting involved in
extracurricular activities -- to instill the idea that your family supports higher education.
You may also want to encourage your children to begin thinking about the
career they would like to pursue, which is likely to influence their choice of
college, as well as to establish a savings account that could be earmarked
for education expenses. In addition, you can teach basic lessons about compounding, investing, and other money management issues.
When students are in the latter part of middle school, they can also start
planning to make the most of high school experiences with an eye toward
college. Remind your budding scholar that success in high school depends
on skills and attitudes that are developed in middle school or earlier. For
example, time management skills developed in middle school may eventually help a high school student manage schoolwork, a job, sports, and other
interests. And when the time comes to pick classes for the first year of high
school, a good mix of college prep courses may be important.
in math, science, language arts, social studies, and other areas of interest, as
well as postsecondary courses of study in these areas.
Maintaining high academic standards -- Colleges prefer applicants that
have exceeded basic requirements and taken more challenging courses in
language arts, math, science, social studies, foreign languages, and other
areas. Many high schools permit qualified students to earn college credits by
taking Advanced Placement courses. Excelling in these classes may demonstrate motivation and reduce the number of academic requirements after a
student enters college.
Learning about college costs -- Students may gain a deeper appreciation of
their family's financial sacrifices when they realize how expensive college
is. They can learn about college costs from the College Board at
www.collegeboard.com, the U.S. Department of Education at www.ed.gov,
and high school guidance offices.
Researching scholarships - There are numerous Web sites with information
about sources of financial aid. For example, www.fastweb.com and
www.finaid.org contain search engines with data about thousands of scholarships with varying eligibility criteria. In addition, www.fafsa.ed.gov provides an overview of federal student aid programs, including Pell Grants,
campus-based aid programs, Stafford Loans, PLUS Loans, and others. Also,
local libraries and high school guidance offices may have information about
state-sponsored aid programs and scholarships sponsored by local organizations.
Earning money -- High school students can set aside a portion of their
wages from part-time or summer jobs for higher education expenses. Also,
students may be able to obtain jobs that build on career interests as a way of
solidifying their future plans.
Getting organized -- College planning encompasses numerous details,
including visiting institutions that a student may want to attend, applying for
financial aid, obtaining transcripts and letters of recommendation, and meeting deadlines. A high school student can take responsibility for making sure
that important matters are tended to ahead of time. For example, if a student
has a school vacation coming up, he or she could help organize a family trip
to visit colleges of interest or spend some time completing college applications.
You and your prospective student may be able to think of more ideas that
could add value to your family's efforts to save for a college education.
Getting your budding scholar involved in the process -- financially and otherwise -- could ultimately be a pivotal lesson in responsibility that impacts
his or her later success in life.
this age can be encouraged to maintain good grades, enhance computer
skills, and think about potential
careers.
3. High school students can
explore college planning at a deeper
level, including using the Internet to
research college costs and sources
of financial aid. Websites such as
w w w . e d . g o v ,
w w w. c o l l e g e b o a r d . c o m ,
www.fastweb.com, www.finaid.org,
and www.fafsa.ed.gov provide considerable information in these areas.
4. Since attending and financing
college requires planning and attention to detail, high school students
can help their parents develop a plan
to make sure things get done on
time. For example, the plan could
encompass visiting prospective colleges, completing applications and
other paperwork, applying for financial aid, and other tasks.
5. Parents and students can work
together to develop a budget for college expenses. Average costs for
various types of two-year and fouryear colleges are available at
www.collegeboard.com.
If you’d like to learn more, please contact Irene F.
Stolarz.
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The Future of the Polish-American Strategic Relationship
Following Secretary Chuck
Hagel’s visit in Poland Jan. 30, the
GMF office in Warsaw organized a
debate on the Future of the PolishAmerican strategic relationship.
The U.S. Ambassador Stephen Mull
was confronted by world affairs
journalist and publicist Bartosz
Węglarczyk, in a conversation
moderated by Michał Baranowski.
This timely event attracted a crowd
of over 80 people and provoked a
heated debate between government
officials, policy community leaders
and experts.
According to Ambassador Mull,
the reason for Secretary Hagel’s
visit was to thank Poland for its
engagement in Afghanistan as well
as to congratulate on increased
defense spending and military modernization process in Poland, strategically significant for NATO
because of interoperability. Broadly
speaking, the visit took place
because of the general satisfaction
with the state of Polish-American
relationship and its potential to
grow. Hagel’s visit also provided
reassurance that the U.S. remains
fully committed to building the
European
Phased
Adaptive
Approach, contrary to the belief that
development in Iran might have
weakened its interest in the initiative.
Bartosz Weglarczyk, who spent 6
years in Washington, held a more
pessimistic opinion on this transatlantic relationship. He remarked that
not only are there constant talks of
the U.S. pivot towards Asia, but also
that a Polish pivot away from the
U.S. is observable, caused mainly
by the lack of U.S. public diplomacy in Poland. Recent scandals such
as the secret CIA prisons in Poland,
or the Snowden affair which undermine the opinion of the U.S. government and its intelligence services
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away too. What also deepens this
lack of trust is the uncertainty with
regards to U.S. strategic aims
towards Central Europe or the
Middle East.
In response, Ambassador Mull
explained that there is a vast talk of
cooperation that is taking place
behind closed doors. With military
operations winding down, the U.S.
intends to cultivate partnerships and
maintain alliances and one way forward is cooperation on cybersecurity. Resources will be rechanneled in
places which did not receive enough
attention because of other priorities
and the U.S. will be intensifying
relations Poland would be ready to
make. He reassured that the U.S.
will continue to cover the majority
of NATO’s resources, so fears of
disengagement, also expressed from
the audience, will remain unsupported. Bartosz Weglarczyk actually
remarked that U.S. leadership in
NATO is strongly desired. Given the
lack of common EU security policy,
the EU would follow NATO’s
vision.
Regarding the situation in
Ukraine,
Ambassador
Mull
expressed deep concern, and asserted that the U.S. and Poland are in
full agreement on the subject and
share the same views about potential
sanctions. Current action should
involve working together to provide
humanitarian assistance as needed,
as we wait to see how the situation
unfolds. Mr. Węglarczyk agreed
that there is nothing more that can
be done immediately.
As the conversation was coming
to a close, Ambassador of Romania
inquired about the possibility of
NATO cooperating with states on
the eastern border of the EU.
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State of Illinois Will Honor General Pulaski New Polonia and Old Polonia Working Together
CHICAGO, IL -- The public is
invited to celebrate Pulaski Day on
Monday, March 3, 2014, at 10 a.m.
in the Sabina P. Logisz Great Hall
of The Polish Museum of America
(PMA), 984 N. Milwaukee Avenue,
Chicago, Illinois. The presence of
distinguished leaders of national,
state, county, and city government
is anticipated, as well as leaders of
Polonia. A short program of speakers will take place, concluding with
an official wreath laying ceremony
at the painting, Pulaski at
Savannah, by Stefan Batowski.
Admission is free.
General Kazimierz (Casimir)
Pulaski (b. Warsaw, Poland, March
6, 1745
d. near Savannah,
Georgia, October 9-10, 1779) is
recognized as the Father of the
American Cavalry.
He offered
his services as an experienced military leader to the American
Continental Army during the
American Revolutionary War.
I
came to hazard all for the freedom
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Schnepf expressed also his personal
gratitude to the former Deputy
Consul General of Poland in New
York, Marek Skulimowski for his
engagement in the case.
It was only in 2011 that it was
possible to establish, in cooperation
with U.S. Immigration Customs
and Enforcement's (ICE) Homeland
Security Investigations (HSI), that
the Seekatz painting was put up for
sale in one of the New York auction
houses in 2011 and was subsequently purchased by an art gallery in
London. Returning the painting
from London to New York, and at
the same time allowing the transfer
of the work to Poland, was a result
of a complex legal and administrative process and months of cooperation between the Embassy of
Poland in Washington, DC and federal
Homeland
Security
Investigations officials.
Embassy of the Republic of Poland
Washington, D.C.
of America, stated Pulaski in a letter to the Congress. Even before he
was officially commissioned by
Congress, Pulaski joined the
American Army as a volunteer. At
Brandywine, in 1777, he greatly distinguished himself by leading a daring attack against the British, thereby saving the retreating American
Army.
At the insistence of General
George Washington, Pulaski was
made a Brigadier General and the
first Commander of the American
Cavalry. He established the Pulaski
Legion, a corps of Frenchmen,
German Hessians, and Poles, who
were instrumental in saving the City
of Charleston, South Carolina, from
British occupation in 1779. In
October of 1779, at the age of 34,
General Pulaski paid the ultimate
price for freedom: he died from
mortal wounds received while leading a cavalry charge in Savannah,
Georgia. The General s mortal
remains were ceremoniously reinterred at the Pulaski Monument at
Monterrey Square in Savannah, GA
in October of 2005. Posthumous
honorary US citizenship was granted to General Pulaski in 2009.
Refreshments will be served following the official program in the
PRCU Social Hall on the first floor.
Free parking. Additional information may be found on the PMA
website
www.polishmuseumofamerica.org
Contact: (773) 384-3352 ext. 104
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and military livery marking. The
insignia became a worldwide symbol of courage from the success of
the Polish fighter pilots during the
Battle of Britain in World War II.
Stoch won his second gold medal
in the men’s downhill ski-jump.
Said Stoch, “'I have weird thoughts
at this moment. I’m thinking, ‘Is it
happening for real or is it a
dream?’”.
Jacek Adamski
contributed from Krakow
Heidi Kopala & Tom Kazalski Honored
By John Czop
NEW JERSEY - On 12 January
2014 at the Polish Cultural
Foundation in Clark, New Jersey,
the Polish American CongressNew Jersey Division (PAC-NJD)
held their annual Opłatek. At the
Opłatek, Dr. Stanislaw Sliwowski,
president of the PAC-NJD, named
two outstanding Polish Americans
as the 2013 recipients of this division's Annual Recognition Award
for their outstanding contributions
to the Polish American Community:
Mrs. Heidi Jadwiga Kopala and
Mr. Tom Kazalski.
The Vice President for American
Affairs of the PAC-NJD, Mrs.
Dorothy Sowchuk, who also is
president of the Polish American
Heritage League - sponsors of the
annual Polish Heritage Festival,
that takes place on the second
Sunday in June at the PNC Bank
Center in Holmdel, New Jersey,
introduced Mrs. Kopala. A longtime
serving member of both the Polish
American Heritage League and the
General Pulaski Memorial Parade
Committee, Mrs. Kopala, over the
past 14 years has held the position
of Account Auditor in the Parish
Internal Audit Department of the
Roman Catholic Archdiocese of
Newark. She is active in the parish
life of Saint Stanislas Church in
Newark. With her beautiful flower
arrangements, Jadzia enlivened the
Polish Cultural Center in Clark
when she served on the Social
Committee and helped to prepare
ad journals for special events.
The seventh and youngest child
of
Czesława
and
Antoni
Gabryszewski, the young Jadwiga
grew up in Ląkie, Poland, a village
surrounded by beautiful lakes in the
environs of Skępe, a small city near
Torun. She learned at home to be
HEIDI JADWIGA KOPALA
AND TOM KAZALSKI
ever mindful of the needs of others
and did charity work as a youngster.
After completing her education in
Torun, Jadwiga emigrated to
America and added “Heidi” as her
first name upon becoming an
American citizen. She settled in
Irvington and married Stanley
Kopala. They are the proud parents
of two sons, Adam and David, who
recently earned university degrees.
Jadzia and Stanley now live in New
Providence and recently became
grandparents after the birth of their
beautiful granddaughter, Ela Sofia.
When this writer asked Jadzia
what propels her exceptional record
of activity on behalf of Polonia, she
observed that: while embracing the
United States of America as her
adopted country, she continues to
value her Polish heritage, and as
time goes by, she has become
increasingly aware of the strength of
the Christian and democratic values
which Poles and Americans share.
Left to right: Mr. Maurycy Leszkiewicz, national director PAC-NJD,
Dorothy Sowchuk, Dr. Sliwowski, and Mrs. Kopala.
– Photos courtesy of Tom Kazalski
This is why it is important for her to
work to improve both people-topeople and state-to-state relations
between America and Poland, the
two peoples and countries she loves.
Mr. Thomas J. Kazalski is a
model example of the Old Polonia.
His father's side of the family has
been in the United States for four
generations and emigrated from the
environs of Warsaw, while his mother's side of the family has been here
for three generations. Tom grew up
in “Polish” Irvington and earned
degrees in chemical engineering
from the then Newark College of
Engineering, now New Jersey
Institute of Technology, and an
MBA Degree. He is a successful
manufacturer's representative for
water purification and waste treatment systems. Thanks to Tom's
expert advice and action, our environment is healthier and safer.
This writer has served on the
Polish Heritage Festival Committee
since 2011, and admires Tom's highly developed skills in critical thinking and his fair, firm, and friendly
management style. He is the long
serving treasurer of the Polish
American Heritage League, the
organization that sponsors the annual Polish Heritage Festival, which
will take place this year on June 8.
This year Tom is in charge of the
Festival's main Plaza Show, ad journal, and raffle. Like Heidi, Tom also
is a longtime serving member of the
standing committee, the General
Casimir Pułaski Memorial Parade
Committee that produces the annual
Pułaski Day Parade in New York
City every year. This year the
parade will take place on Sunday,
October 5.
When I asked Tom for his views
on how the Old Polonia and the
New Polonia might work together
more productively, he registered his
skepticism about the soundness of
my question and responded that
those who do volunteer committee
work for Polonia need to observe
transparency in money matters and
follow the principles of democratic
corporate governance and reciprocity toward our benefactors. Tom is
justifiably proud of the fact that the
General Pułaski Memorial Parade
Committee is the ONLY sponsoring
organization of the Polish and
Slavic Federal Credit Union
(PSFCU) that shows reciprocity for
the credit union's collection and
transfer of dues to the parade committee by maintaining a good checking account with the PSFCU and
paying all of its bills with checks
drawn on that account. This keeps
Polish money in the Polish community.
Heidi and Tom well merit praise
for the hard volunteer work that they
do for Polonia.
POLISH CHILDREN'S HEARTLINE CELEBRATES ITS 28TH YEAR. An all volunteer non-profit organization receiving generous donations
from Polonia and American supporters makes it possible for over 2000 Polish children to be treated annually by cardiac surgeons and physicians in hospitals in Poland. Requested equipment critical to pediatric care is provided to six hospitals in Zabrze, Katowice, Lodz, Suwalki,
Bialystok and Grajewo. Contributions may be made in memory of and honor of family and friends. Each donation is tax exempt and acknowledged. We thank you for your support and ask for your continued support for much help is still needed. For information call 732-680-0680.
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hours of 11:30 a.m. and midnight. Please inform the wait staff that you
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For additional information, please contact Jack Davis, Jr. at 201-4106513.
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PFA Members' Council
Dear Member,
I am pleased to announce the creation of a new initiative that we are
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Members who join the Council will
have the opportunity to offer their
opinions and recommendations as
they pertain to Polish Falcons operations, programs, benefits and
events.
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have supported us for over 125
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important to our Members is essential for the Board of Directors,
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NEW JERSEY - A Free Seminar “Take Back Control Of Your Health”
will be held on Sunday, March 2nd, 1:00 p.m., at the Polish Cultural
Center, 1-3 Monroe St., Passic. Come to a FREE workshop on the use
of Essential Oils to use for you and your family. The program will be
presented in English by Natural Solutions specialist, Gigi Cioffi,
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MARYLAND - Holy Rosary Church invites everyone to a “PACZKI
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church hall. Hot dinner, beer, dancing and fresh homemade paczki.
Music by DJ Joe. For more information call Christine Grabowski (410)
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PUC Announces Scholarships
NEW JERSEY - The Polish University Club of New Jersey (PUCNJ)
announces its scholarships for the upcoming school year. The PUCNJ
was originally conceived in 1928 by a group of Polish-American college graduates who had an interest in helping the young Polonians of
NJ. In the beginning it was with essays for the lower school students
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Father/Daughter Run
7th Maraton Together
Weekly Bake Sales To Benefit Relay For Life
NEW JERSEY - Tri M Music Honor Society, a Clifton High School
organization and a team in the Relay for Life, will be sponsoring bake
sales every Friday at Clifton High School. Students and teachers are
generously baking for this event in support of the team. For security reasons, the public is not able to enjoy the baked goods but can support this
team with monetary donations. If you would like to support the team as
they fight for a cure for cancer, please make your check payable to ACS
Relay for Life, and mail it to Natalie Babiak c/o Clifton High School,
333 Colfax Avenue, Clifton, New Jersey 07013. The Relay for Life of
Clifton will be held Saturday, May 31, 2014 2 PM to June 1, 2014 6
AM. Due to the renovations at Clifton Stadium, the RFL will be in a
new location, which has not been determined yet. Visit
www.relayforlife.org/cliftonnj for more information on the event. In
keeping with the 10th birthday of the RFL Clifton, the theme this year
is What A Difference A Decade Makes.
Mardi Gras Pasta Dinner
NEW JERSEY - The 8th Annual MARDI GRAS PASTA DINNER
sponsored by St. Theresa Women's Club of St. Adalbert's, Elizabeth,
New Jersey will be held on Sunday, March 2, 2014 at 1:30 P.M. Dinner
includes unlimited baked ziti, meatballs, salad, homemade desserts, and
coffee, tea, and soda There will be a gift raffle to benefit the Knitting
and Crocheting Ministry that provides hand made items for babies and
palliative care patients at Trinitas Medical Center. Tickets will be on
sale after all Masses. To purchase tickets or for further informations,
contact Doris Polewczak (908-355-4832) or Kathy Skrupskis (908-9651727).
Annual Card Party Fundraiser
NEW YORK - COME ONE, COME ALL! In anticipation to attending
and participating in the 50th International Convention of the Polish
Singers Alliance of America hosted by District IV of Detroit, MI to be
held May 22nd through 25th, 2014 at the Double Tree Hilton for
Dearborn, Michigan, JUTRZENKA SINGING SOCIETY #226 - PSAA
will be holding its ANNUAL CARD PARTY FUNDRAISER on SUNDAY, MARCH 9, 2014 from 2 - 6 pm in the lower school hall of Our
Lady of Czestochowa - St. Casimir Parish located at 183 25th Street in
Brooklyn, NY. The chorus promises and afternoon of camaraderie,
friendship and laughter with prizes and “surprizes” galore. For information and/or to make reservations, call 718-748-3699, 516-568-0367
or 718 720-6089.
Fish n’ Chips Fundraiser
NEW JERSEY - The General Pulaski Memorial Parade Committee of
St. Theresa, Linden, will hold a “FISH N’ CHIPS FUNDRAISER” on
Sunday, March 16th from 1 to 3 p.m. at St. Theresa’s School Hall, 705
Clinton St., Linden. All proceeds to benefit the 2014 Linden Contingent
in the General Pulaski Memorial Day Parade in NYC. For tickets please
On October 13, 2013, Buenos Aires, Argentina was the site for Holly
Dobrowolski (University of Delaware, BA ‘88) and her father, 74 year old
Alex Dobrowolski (Montclair State College, BA ‘63, Rutgers, MA ’72) running their 7th marathon together and it was their 5th continent. In the last
7 years, the father/daughter duo have run marathons in New York, Italy,
Poland, Ireland, Iceland, Australia, Japan and now Argentina. Their goal is
to complete the 26.2 mile race on all 7 continents with Capetown, South
Africa and Antarctica the future sites for the completion of this global mission.
– Submitted by Alex Dobrowolski
BIRTHDAY & ANNIVERSARY
NEW JERSEY - Double celebration at the Niemiec home in Point
Pleasant. Cas Niemiec will celebrate her birthday on March 3rd, and
Cassie & her husband George will celebrate their “43rd” Wedding
Anniversary on March 6th. Happy Birthday & Congratulations from
your family, relatives, friends and me (Val). STO LAT!
ANNIVERSARY WISHES
Happy “65th” Wedding Anniversary!
CONNECTICUT - Ed & Irene Satkowski of Newington will be celebrating their 65th wedding anniversary on February 26, 2014. Ed
and Irene were married at the Holy Cross Church in New Britain by
the late Father Benedict Sutala. Ed and Irene both retired in 1987, Ed
from the Hartford Courant as Credit Manager, and Irene from the
State of Connecticut Labor Department. Ed & Irene have four children; Elaine Bruemmer, Steven and Richard Satkowski and Cathy
Scallion, five grandchildren; Denise Carter, Stacey Riley, Nicole and
Trevor Satkowski and Ryan Scallion; three great grandchildren;
Andrew Carter, MacKenzie and Callie Riley. The family will gather
at the Polish National Home in Hartford to celebrate this milestone.
February 26, 2014
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Entertainment • Entertainment • Entertainment • Entertainment •
by
STAN SKAWINSKI
6908 Ranch Rd. • Sarasota, FL 34243
Tel/Fax (941) 359-8790 – e-mail: [email protected]
“BENEFIT POLKA DANCE”
with proceeds to benefit St. Jude’s
Childrens Research Hospital will be
held on Sunday, March 23rd at the
Knights of Columbus Hall, 118
North Park Ave. in Linden, NJ.
Dancing 2-6 p.m. to THE BOYS
POLKA BAND (MD), also music
at break time by Chris & Ronnie
from NY. Large wooden dance
floor. Cash Bar. Homemade Polish
Foods plus Ham Sandwiches will
be available by Janek’s Caterers of
Passaic, NJ. Tickets are $15.00 per
person with young Polka Fans age
12 and under admitted FREE! Get
your tickets now by calling Joe or
Chris Gola 908-233-4652 or 908451-3586. See ad on polka pages.
••••
“St. Patrick’s Day Polka Dance”
this Sunday, March 2nd at the
German Club located at 78 Carter
Ave. in Pawtucket, Rhode Island.
Doors will open at 1 p.m. with food
& refreshments available. Dancing
to EFO – EDDIE FORMAN
ORCH. from 2-6 p.m. Call Erika
401-723-3549 or Annie 508-6788116 for more information.
••••
HEY POLKA FANS! How would
you like to dance on National TV???
Well you can… by joining JIMMY
Proceeds for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
at KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS HALL
118 North Park Ave., Linden, NJ
Dancing 2-6 – Music by....
DANCE
TICKETS
$15.00 p.p.
12 & under FRE
E!
THE BOYS (from Maryland)
and Chris & Ronnie (NY) during break time
SUNDAY,
MARCH 23
Available... Homemade Polish Foods
& Ham Sandwiches – Cash Bar
LARGE WOODEN DANCE FLOOR
Call Joe/Chris Gola 908-233-4652
or 908-451-3586
www.janlewandowski.com
Florida
Tour
2014
with Eddie Biegaj
FRI. MARCH 21
5:30-8:30 pm • Doors open 5 pm
Food Available
POLISH AMERICAN PULASKI CLUB
3621 W International Speedway
Blvd., Daytona Beach
352-742-2180
SAT. MARCH 22
5:30-8:30 pm • Doors open 4 pm
Food Available
POLISH AMERICAN PULASKI ASSN.
4616 Darlington Road
Holiday
727-848-7826
SUN. MARCH 23
2:00-6:00 pm • Doors open 1 pm
Dinner 1:00-2:00 pm
POLISH AMERICAN SOCIAL CLUB
7500 Route 1
Vero Beach
772-564-2081
Our new CD will be released during the Florida Tour!
June Sherry Ingram, leader 860-536-2452 – 860-908-7877 • www.richbobinski.com
HONOR’S HAVEN RESORT & SPA
Route 209, Ellenville, NY
Featuring...
The Polka Family
25 HoursMusic!
Eddie Forman Orchestra
of Great Polka
Dennis Polisky & Maestro’s Men
2 Nights & 3 Days
John Stevens & Double Shot
6 Gourmet Meals incl. 2 buffet
O’Such Rhythm & Music Band
breakfasts w/omlette station
4 Hour Welcome Party w/open bar & buffet
DJ Bruce Z (in the lounge every night)
Saturday Cocktail Party w/hors d’oeuvres
Sat. morning & afternoon open bar parties
Bloody Mary & Screwdriver Wake-Up Party
Pizza Party with Beer & Soda
Night Club Entertainment
Ice Cream Sundae Party
Various games & hotel activities
Champagne Breakfast
Golf Tournament
After Dinner Cordials
hosted by
Polka Mass
Bernie Goydish
( Send $40. p.p. deposit)
• Group Information Available
WEEKEND RATES
Deluxe
$316
Executive......$326
Mini Suites ...$346
p.p./dbl. occ.
Single Rate available on request
3rd & 4th in room - $265. p.p.
(tax included)
FREE: 1st child, 16 or under, sharing with 2 full priced adults in room
Write: Polka Weekend c/o Fran Fierst
305 Brooks Blvd., Manville, NJ 08835
or Call 908-722-9025
SEPTEMBER 26-27-28, 2014
STURR & HIS ORCH. for LIVE
TAPINGS of his national televised
show as seen weekly on RFD – TV.
New tapings of the show will be taking place Friday – Saturday &
Sunday, March 28-29-30 at the
Mohegan Sun Casino / Hotel at
Poconos Downs in Wilkes- Barre,
PA. Doors will open at 4 p.m. for
Friday’s taping and at 12 noon for
the Saturday & Sunday tapings. A
special 3 day ticket pass is available
for $ 40.00 or you can get single day
tickets for $17.00 each. Get your
tickets now by sending check or
money order to JS Show, Box 1,
Florida, NY or call 1-800-7240727…… Do it today and plan to
come and join in on all the polka fun
of dancing on National TV.
••••
Reservations are now being taken
for “FRAN’S POLKA WEEKEND” Friday, Saturday & Sunday
September 26-27-28 at Honor’s
Haven Resort & Spa on Route 209
in Ellenville, NY (Catskills). You’ll
enjoy 25 hours of great Polka Music
featuring THE POLKA FAMILY
BAND - DENNIS POLISKY &
THE MAESTRO’S MEN EDDIE FORMAN ORCH. JOHN STEVENS DOUBLE
SHOT- O’SUCH RHYTHM &
MUSIC plus DJ BRUCE in the
lounge. Also included will be a
Welcome Party with open bar &
buffet, gourmet meals, after dinner
cordials, Cocktail parties, Night
Club entertainment, Polka Mass
plus much more. For a brochure
with complete weekend festivities
and reservations form call or write
Fran Fierst, 305 Brooks Blvd.,
Manville, NJ 08835 phone # 908722-9025.
•••
The annual “USPA/CPA Joint
Polka Dance” will take place on
Saturday, March 1st at the Holiday
Inn on Royalton Road in
Strongsville, Ohio. Doors open at
7:30 p.m. with music & dancing
from 8-12 p.m. featuring LENNY
ZIELINSKI “D” STREET BAND
from Chicago. For more information call Barb 440-886-6157 or Paul
& Sylvia 216-228-1134. Everyone
welcome!
• • •
On March 9, 2014, don't miss the
IPA Benefit Dance at the Ludlow
Polish American Citizens Club, 355
East St., Ludlow MA featuring
Lenny Gomulka and Chicago
Push,
the
Eddie
Forman
Orchestra, and Dennis Polisky
and the Maestro's Men. A special
Eddie Blazonczyk Sr. Tribute Show
will be performed! A full bar and
food will be available at reasonable
prices. Music and dancing from 2 7 pm. Call Ed Szela now to reserve
your tickets at (413) 567-1961! This
event will sell out and no tickets will
be available at the door. While
you're in town, you can hear the IPA
Tribute Band at the Ludlow PCC the
night before on Saturday, March 8,
2014 from 7 pm - 11 pm. Just call
Ed Szela for tickets.
•••
THURS. FEB. 27
JIMMY STURR (10 a.m.) Florida
Strawberry Festival, Plant City, FL
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March 23
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April 6
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April 13
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Visiting Some of Poland’s Treasures With Euro Pilgrimage Tours
Erika Piotrowski, 21-year-old
daughter of “Pan” Franek, and
member of the famous band, “Pan”
Franek, Zosia and the Polka
Towners, invites anyone interested
in visiting some of the most famous
tourist attractions in Poland, to join
her for a sightseeing pilgrimage
tour this May 23-June 3, 2014.
Recently, Erika has become an
international tour guide, leading
groups to Poland and to St. Anne’s
Shrine in Canada. Her future plans
will include other worldwide destinations as she begins her new
career. She has travelled herself to
Calcutta, India on a mission trip,
where she received her calling to
explore and learn cultures of other
countries.
Probably the most exciting place
this upcoming Poland tour will take
one will be to Wadowice, Poland,
the birthplace of Karol Wojtyla,
more popularly known as Pope
John Paul II. By the time of the
tour, he will have been named to
sainthood in the Roman Catholic
Church
by
Pope
Francis.
Wadowice is a city located in southern Poland, about 30 miles from
Krakow (another tour destination).
This city dates back to the late 10th
century. It was destroyed by fire in
the early 15th century, but, was
rebuilt.
Karol Wojtyla was born in 1920
in Wadowice. Later he would be
named the bishop of Krakow and
the Pope of the Roman Catholic
Church. Between 1941 and 1943
almost the whole Jewish population
(more than 2,000) was exterminated
under the direction of Nazi
Germany. Mostly this took place in
the
nearby
Auschwitz
Concentration Camp. Auschwitz is
another destination on this tour.
After the peaceful transformation
of the political and economic system in Poland in the late 20th century, most of the town went bankrupt because the industries died.
However, because of the popularity
of Pope John Paul II, and
Wadowice’s fame as his birthplace,
tourism began to grow there. Karol
Wojtyla’s home was made into a
museum. His high school still
stands. One can also visit the
church where he attended Mass,
served as an altar boy, was baptized
and confirmed. These days more
than a quarter of a million people
visit this city every year.
A cultural festival is held every
year from May 18th until the beginning of June to commemorate the
birth of Karol Wojtyla. The pilgrimage group will be there to
experience the excitement of this
festival on this the year of his canonization.
Another highpoint of this pilgrimage tour with Erika is a visit to
By Don Haderle
Southwest Polka Party
In Las Vegas
Wieliczka, where folks will visit the
largest mining museum in the
world. There one can view equipment and mining technologies from
as old as the Middle Ages. These
mines were worked from the 13th
to the 20th century.
Visitors will go underground to
as deep as 135 meters (442 feet).
They will walk through mines
including numerous tunnels, chambers, see underground lakes, caves,
and salt sculptures lining the tunnels. They will also see the highlight of the tour, the Chapel of the
St. Kinga, which is a place of worship carved from salt rock.
The salt mines are quite something to see. People come from all
over the world to view these mines.
The mines were still producing salt
until 2007. They have been renovated somewhat to make them into
the fine salt mining museum that
they are today.
A pilgrimage to Poland would
not be complete without a visit to
Czestochowa, a city of 240,000
inhabitants established in the 11th
century. Czestochowa is located in
south Poland on the Warta River.
The city is famous for the Pauline
Monastery which houses the Black
Madonna painting and a shrine to
the Virgin Mary.
Several legends accompany the
painting of the Black Madonna.
One is that the presence of the holy
painting saved its church from
being destroyed in a fire, but not
before the flames darkened the
fleshtone pigments, thus giving her
the name Black Madonna. The legend concerning the two scars on the
Black Madonna's right cheek is that
the Hussites stormed the monastery
in 1430, stealing from the sanctuary. Among the items stolen was the
painting. After putting it in their
wagon, the Hussites tried to get
away but their horses refused to
move. They threw the portrait down
to the ground and one of the thieves
drew his sword and struck the
image and made two deep scrapes.
When the robber tried to inflict a
third strike, he fell to the ground
and writhed in pain until his death.
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Despite past attempts to repair these
scars, they had difficulty in covering up those slashes.
Whatever one believes, the painting is surrounded with mystery and
wonder and is a delight to gaze
upon, and Czestochowa offers an
amazing place of pilgrimage and
prayer. As I mentioned previously,
not too far from here, a visit to
Auschwitz is also on the docket for
the travelers.
Anyone who is at all familiar
with the atrocities of the German
occupation of Poland and other
European countries during World
War II knows that the most notorious of concentration camps is
Auschwitz in Poland. There 1.1
million Jews and Catholics were
killed at the hands of twisted-minded German soldiers. This sad
memorial death camp offers a tour
to remind the world of what really
happened in those years of torture,
hard labor and death to men,
women and children that did not fit
Hitler’s idea of the “perfect race.”
Although this tour is tear-jerking, it
is an eye-opening view into world
history of just seventy years ago.
Besides the aforementioned
places, your tour/pilgrimage will
include a fun-filled raft trip down
the Dunajec River in Szczawnica, a
tour of Warsaw, a visit to the
Sanctuary of Divine Mercy, where
Sister Faustina Kowalska was given
the Divine Mercy Chaplet, a visit to
the Wawel Castle in Krakow,
Poland that was the seat of Polish
kings, time spent in the Main
Market Square, the gothic Church
of St. Mary’s, a side trip to
Sanctuary of Our Lady of Fatima in
Krzeptowki, where Pope John Paul
II gave thanksgiving for his life
after his assassination attempt in
1981, a stop at Niepokalanow
Sanctuary, former home to St.
Maximilian Kolbe, 21st century
martyr of Auschwitz, and a couple
more interesting spots on the agenda.
If you would like more information on this exciting and amazing
tour please contact
Erika Piotrowski at 231-720-8378,
or e-mail her at
[email protected]
The cost for this twelve-day tour is
$3,850 per person, including round
trip air from Chicago, based on
double occupancy. Come and experience Poland like never before!
(see advertisement on Page 6)
– Written by Liz Zagar
The 23rd annual Southwest Polka Party was held
in Las Vegas at the Orleans Hotel Casino February 1113. Bands played in two ballrooms. The Mardi Gras
Ballroom is the larger of the two with capacity for over 800 people offering
a Master dance floor. Ray Sands, Julie Lee, and the Softones rotated from
1pm to 10pm Tuesday and Wednesday with a shorter program on Thursday.
The Esplanade Ballroom holds several hundred people. The Alaska Polka
Chips and Barefoot Becky rotated on the program with a jam session setup
from 5-7 pm Tuesday and Wednesday.
Our buddy, Roman Possedi, emceed the event. Roman was Mr. Chicago
in Cleveland-style polka music for six decades. He has resided in Las Vegas
for over a decade and does a masterful job introducing the talent.
Ed & Lois Halvorsen, who originated the Southwest Polka Party, retired
and handed it off to Julie Lee who kept the same format mixing in a few
new bands and promises to keep it fresh with some new bands each year.
Julie did a great job organizing the event and performing. The polka music
was soft tempo with a lot of two-steps, an occasional circle Schottisch, and
other mixers which the crowd loves. The dance floors were well occupied
without being crowded.
It’s aptly called a party. We see people from across the country that we
haven’t seen since the party the prior year. It’s as much a time to socialize
as it is to dance. The party flows out of the venue into hotel rooms. A few
doors down the hall from us a group was having a champagne breakfast
party on Wednesday. We (Mary Saber, Phyllis Seibert, Gail, & I) had a jampacked room party on Wednesday where Pete Dundas, Danny Fitterer, and
Potsy Jenovic played heart throbbing Slovenian music. It’s a happening –
music, dance, dine, gamble, and gambol!
Don Haderle leads conga line in room party
8th Annual
Memorial
“GIFT OF LIFE” Dance
In honor of Lisa Marie Biskup
SATURDAY, APRIL 26 • 6:30 PM - 12:00 AM
PRCU Hall, 1430 Oak St., Wyandotte, MI 48192
Featuring fine music by.....
Lenny Gomulka & Chicago Push
from Ludlow, Massachusetts
and
IPA Tribute Band
from Chicago, Illinois
Special guest appearance by legendary Hall of Famer, Mitch Biskup
ADULTS: $19.00 • KIDS 13 & UNDER FREE • DOORS OPEN AT 6:00 PM
Polish Kitchen • Door Prizes • Raffles ... NO BYOB – CASH BAR
For more information, call Ron-Sue Biskup (810) 588-6266
All donations including admission price are tax deductible.
All proceeds are for the ‘Lisa Biskup Organ and Tissue Donor Foundation’
February 26, 2014
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The Ablemen To Stop Performances Vinton In Florida!
As Of December 31, 2014
By Ray Skorka
After much deliberation, I am
announcing that this current year,
2014, will be the final year of bookings for The Ablemen. I am proud
to say that the band is performing in
its 51st year, but after all the bookings, traveling, and time away from
home, it is time to say “so long” to
a musical career that has been
extremely good to me.
I began performing with my first
band, The Ray Dels, in 1963 at
weddings and private parties. We
added performances in lounges and
clubs to our schedule during the
1970’s. Having grown up on polka
music by the Connecticut Twins,
Frank
Wojnarowski,
Frank
Gutowski, and Bernie Witkowski, I
always had a desire to perform in
the polka field. So, in the mid1980’s, we broke ground in that
arena. The Ablemen have continued
performing a variety of musical
genres ever since.
To dispel any doubts or rumors,
there are no physical or health
issues that factor into this decision;
it is simply the right time. I am
looking forward to attending events
that I have had to miss during the
past seven decades due to our performance schedule.
I have been fortunate to perform
currently with loyal, talented musicians who are friends: Jim Obrotka
on drums and vocals for 49 years:
RAY SKORKA
Joe Annecchino on saxes, clarinet,
flute, and trumpet for 30 years; and
Bill Miranda on trumpet, flugelhorn,
and vocals for 26 years. I also wish
to express my gratitude to others
who have accompanied me for periods of time on this musical odyssey:
my original band mates Eddie
“Skippy” Freed and Ronnie Teddick
on drums and guitar; Tom Obrotka
on sax and clarinet; Bill
Wojciechowski on guitar, trumpet,
and vocals; Rich Robino on saxophones, clarinet, flute, and keyboards; John Grant on trumpet,
flugelhorn, and guitar; and Jim
Jordan on trumpet and flugelhorn.
Thanks, too, to the female vocalists
who worked with us at wedding
receptions during the 1980’s and
early 1990’s: Maggie McCarthy,
Dale Cafarro, Lynn Iossa, Audrey
Shane, and Patty Varian.
I also want to acknowledge my
late parents for their dedication to
my music lessons on the accordion
and piano. A debt of gratitude goes
to my music teachers, in order, on
accordion: June Dee Stark, Ray
DeBrown, Freddie Yarosz, and
Stephen Harer; on piano – John
Mayurnik.
I am proud of the band’s achievements throughout the years, including winning the first place trophy
and being acclaimed the Gold
Medal Band at the National Polka
Festival at Hunter Mountain for
three consecutive years in the
1980’s. The Ablemen performed for
several years on Fifth Avenue in
New York City at the Reviewing
Stand for the annual October
Pulaski Day Parade and played on
floats for various organizations in
that same parade during the 1990’s.
In addition, we performed during
the 2000’s at both Shea Stadium and
Citi Field for the NY Mets annual
Polish-American Heritage Nights.
The Ablemen also appeared on several polka TV shows on WVIA-TV
in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania.
There are also great memories of
playing at many polka weekends,
festivals, and notable Polish halls –
all too numerous to mention.
A special acknowledgement goes
to all the DJ’s and IJ’s who have
played our recordings on their
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POLKA NOTES (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 9)
•••
SAT. MARCH 1
THE KNEWZ POLKA BAND (712) Amvets Hall, Buffalo, NY
JOE STANKY & HIS CADETS (711)
Alert
Firehouse
Hall,
Emigsville, PA
JIMMY STURR w/ Tommy Cash
(2:30 & 7:30 p.m.) Orange Blossom
Oprey, Weirsdale, FL
FRANK MORAVCIK w/ Marc
Bouchard (1-6) SNPJ Lodge,
Samsula, FL
JIMMY K & MOSTLY HONKY
BAND, (7:30 – 11:30) Our Lady of
MT. Carmel Church, Wyandotte, MI
THE POLKA TONES ( 7-11) Polish
American Club, Canton, Ohio
LENNY ZIELINSKI “D” STREET
BAND (8-12) Holiday Inn,
Strongsville, Ohio
•••
SUN. MARCH 2
RICH BOBINSKI ORCH. (2-6)
PLAV Hall, Pine Island, NY
JOE STANKY & HIS CADETS (26) VFW Hall, Dupont, PA
EDDIE FORMAN ( 2-6) German
Club, Pawtucket, RI
FREEZE DRIED (1:30 – 6:30)
Glendora House, Chicago Ridge, IL
DON PEACHEY (2 pm) Prairie
Lanes, Markesan, WI
JIMMY STURR (2-6) Polish
American Club, Vero Beach, FL
FRANK MORAVCIK w/ Marc
Bouchard (2-5:30) Polish American
Club, Daytona Beach, FL
THE NU SOUNDZ (3-6) Polish
American Club, St. Petersburg, FL
THE BEE SHARPS (3-6) Polish
American Club, Holiday, FL
••••
FRI. MARCH 14
SAT. MARCH 8
JOE STANKY & HIS CADETS (610) Regal Room, Olyphant, PA
DENNIS POLISKY & THE MAESTRO’S MEN (6:30 – 10:30) St.
Joseph’s Polish Club, Colchester,
CT
LENNY ADAMS (7-10) K, of C.
Hall, Woodstock, MD
DON PEACHEY (8-11:30) Lodge
88 Chandelier Ballroom, Houston,
Texas
• • •
A friendly reminder to all polka
bandleaders, promoters, clubs,
organizations, etc. to please send all
your ads, news releases, band schedules, write-ups etc. to me as early as
possible – at least 3 weeks prior to
publication to insure it will be
included in my Polka Notes
Column. You can send or e-mail the
information to the addresses listed
above or call/fax me at (941) 3598790.
GEORGE TARASEK & THE
POLKA
PARTNERS
(7-11)
Chamber Hills Firehouse Hall,
Harrisburg, PA
IPA TRIBUTE BAND (7-11) Polish
American Club, Ludlow, MA
••••
SUN. MARCH 9
STANKY COALMINERS (2-6)
VFW Hall, Dupont, PA
DENNIS POLISKY & THE MAESTRO’S MEN – LENNY GOMULKA CHICAGO – EDDIE FORMAN (2-7) Polish American Club,
Ludlow, MA
JASIU & THE POLKA STARS (25:30) Polish American Club,
Daytona Beach, FL
THE POLKA GENERATIONS (36) Polish American Club, St.
Petersburg, FL
THE MELLO TONES (2-5) Polish
American Club, Belleview, FL
DON PEACHEY (1:30 p.m.)
Firemen’s Hall, Ixonia, WI
••••
THURS. MARCH 13
DON PEACHEY (7 p.m.) Starlite
Ballroom, Wahoo, Nebraska
• • •
DON PEACHEY (7 p.m.) American
Legion Hall, Holyrood, Kansas
• • •
SAT. MARCH 15
NOTICE: Bands are subject to
change – Please call the establishments in schedule to verify that the
band listed will be performing that
day.
THAT’S IT FOR NOW……….
HAPPY POLKA DANCING!!!
Stan Skawinski (left), Post Eagle Polka News Editor & Polka
Notes columnist, and Stan’s daughter Chrissy (on right) visited with the “Polish Prince” Bobby Vinton after his show on
Sunday, February 16th, 2014 at Ruth Eckerd Fine Arts Hall
in Clearwater, Florida. As always, Bobby “wowed” the soldout crowd and received over 4 standing ovations for his fabulous performance.
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OBITUARIES
Lucian P. Kryger
Lucian P. Kryger, a legend in the
polka field and a wonderful family
man and friend to all who knew
him, passed away Wednesday,
January 29, 2014, at his home with
his loving family by his side.
Born January 7, 1931, in
Shenandoah, PA, he was the son of
the late Brunon & Alexandria
Wroclawski Kryger. Lucian was a
1949 graduate of Marymount High
School, Wilkes Barre, PA and an
Army veteran of the Korean War.
Lou was a skilled and passionate
musician who was dedicated to
entertaining. After the passing of
their father, Lucian and his brothers, George “Jerry” and Bruce,
established The Kryger Brothers
Orchestra. After Bruce’s death &
Jerry’s retirement, Lucian continued the band as The Kryger
Orchestra until 1996. Lucian was
nominated for a Grammy Award in
1988 for his “Polka Mania” album
and he, along with his father &
brother Bruce, were enshrined in
The Polka Hall of Fame. The
Kryger Family holds the special
distinction of being, the first time
in polka history that three members
of one family, a father and two sons
have been inducted into The Polka
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 154184 F N/A
Docket Number: F 003014 12
Wherein WEICHERT FINANCIAL SERVICES
is the plaintiff and STEPHEN D. GUGGENHEIM, ET ALS are defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
PHELAN HALLINAN & DIAMOND P.C.
Attorney(s)
(856) 813-5500 Attorney File # DM-395
By virtue of the above stated Writ to me
directed and delivered, I shall expose for sale
by public venue and sell to the highest bidder
on Tuesday, 3/11/2014, at Two O’Clock in the
afternoon, prevailing time, at the Passaic
County Cour t House, Hamilton Street,
Paterson, that is to say:
The property to be sold is located in the
TOWNSHIP of WEST MILFORD, County of
Passaic and State of New Jersey.
Commonly known as: 17 PHEASANT LANE
Tax Lot: # 7 in Block: # 12201
Dimensions: 114.90x67.00x113.36x60.64
Nearest cross street: Deer Path
Subject to any unpaid taxes, municipal liens
or other charges, and any such taxes,
charges, liens, insurance premiums or other
advances made by plaintiff prior to this sale.
All interested parties are to conduct and rely
upon their own independent investigation to
ascertain whether or not any outstanding
interest remain on record and/or have priority
over the lien being foreclosed and, if so the
current amount due thereon. If the sale is set
aside for any reason, the Purchaser at the
sale shall be entitled only a return of the
deposit paid. The Purchaser shall have no
further recourse against the Mortgagor, the
Mortgagor’s attorney. Surplus Money: If after
the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage
debt, including costs and expenses, there
remains any surplus money, the money will
be deposited into the Superior Court Trust
Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or
any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant
to the Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating
the nature and extent of that person’s claim
and asking for an order directing payment of
the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information
regarding the surplus, if any.
This concise description does not constitute a
legal description of the real estate. A full legal
description can be found at the Sheriff ’s
Office.
Approximate amount due Plaintiff on this execution: $259,915.85
The property shall be sold subject to all liens
and encumbrances of record and the Sheriff
makes no representation expressed or
implied as to the existence, amount or validity
of any liens and encumbrances on the property which is the subject matter of this Sale.
20% of the amount bid will be required as a
deposit at the time of Sale, Certified Check,
or Official Bank Check, Money Order.
Balance to be paid within 30 days of Sale.
The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to
adjourn this Sale without further notice by
publication.
RICHARD H. BERDNIK
Sheriff
Post Eagle: 2/12/14, 2/19/14, 2/26/14, 3/5/14
Fee: $154.00
February 26, 2014
THE POST EAGLE
Hall of Fame. Also, the band has
the longest running sales of a polka
album,
“Polish
Wedding
Memories”, recorded in 1962 and
still selling; the album that has sold
more than any other album,
throughout the country.
The family also owned and operated Kryger Music Store in downtown Wilkes Barre for many years.
He was a member of the Blinded
Veterans Association.
Lou’s innate talent and passion
for music was evident. He could
pick up nearly any instrument and
play it beautifully. This past
Christmas he entertained his family
by playing polkas and Christmas
songs on this violin by memory.
His love of music was eclipsed
only by his love for his family. He
was a kind and caring husband,
father, grandfather and brother.
Through his love of polka music,
Lou made so many people happy
with the distinctive, unique blend
of instruments & styling that was
indicative of The Kryger Orchestra.
The music he composed, arranged
and the musicians played, would
tug at your heart and emotions. He
loved to play and took pride in the
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE NOTICE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 154161 F N/A
Docket Number: F 004028 12
Wherein CP-SRMOF II 2012-A TRUST is the
plaintiff and JOHN SERRANO, ET AL. are
defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
PHELAN HALLINAN & DIAMOND P.C.
Attorney(s)
(856) 813-3500 Attorney File # FS-188
By virtue of the above stated Writ to me
directed and delivered, I shall expose for sale
by public venue and sell to the highest bidder
on Tuesday, 3/4/2014, at Two O’Clock in the
afternoon, prevailing time, at the Passaic
County Cour t House, Hamilton Street,
Paterson, that is to say:
The property to be sold is located in the CITY
OF CLIFTON, County of Passaic and State of
New Jersey.
Commonly known as: 294 BURGESS PLACE
Tax Lot: # 43
in Block: # 13.08
Dimensions: 45.00X30.00 X 110.00X75.00 X
10.00X45.00X 100.00X
Nearest cross street: 3RD STREET
Subject to any unpaid taxes, municipal liens
or other charges, and any such taxes,
charges, liens, insurance premiums or other
advances made by plaintiff prior to this sale.
All interested parties are to conduct and rely
upon their own independent investigation to
ascertain whether or not any outstanding
interest remain on record and/or have priority
over the lien being foreclosed and, if so the
current amount due thereon. If the sale is set
aside for any reason, the Purchaser at the
sale shall be entitled only a return of the
deposit paid. The Purchaser shall have no
further recourse against the Mortgagor, the
Mortgagor’s attorney. Surplus Money: If after
the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage
debt, including costs and expenses, there
remains any surplus money, the money will
be deposited into the Superior Court Trust
Fund and any person claiming the surplus, or
any part thereof, may file a motion pursuant
to the Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating
the nature and extent of that person’s claim
and asking for an order directing payment of
the surplus money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information
regarding the surplus, if any.
This concise description does not constitute a
legal description of the real estate. A full legal
description can be found at the Sheriff ’s
Office.
Approximate amount due Plaintiff on this execution: $ 488,854.93
The property shall be sold subject to all liens
and encumbrances of record and the Sheriff
makes no representation expressed or
implied as to the existence, amount or validity
of any liens and encumbrances on the property which is the subject matter of this Sale.
20% of the amount bid will be required as a
deposit at the time of Sale, in Certified Check
or Official Bank Check, or Money Order.
Balance to be paid within 30 days of Sale.
The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to
adjourn this Sale without further notice by
publication.
RICHARD H. BERDNIK
Sheriff
Post Eagle: 2/5/14, 2/12/14, 2/19/14, 2/26/14
Fee: $156.80
quality and impact, now knowing
when to quit, establishing electricity within the crowd. I know of no
other band that does that better.
Care for a polka band and you care
about their families and you
become aware of the love and sacrifice on everyone’s part. It’s hard
work on top of a regular job and
doesn’t leave much time for anything else. When Lou and his band
played, you knew it was The
Kryger Orchestra. They had a
unique sound of their own and
everyone knew that.
What is it that we remember
when we think of Lou? I think
everyone who knows him very well
would agree, it was his sense of
making people happy through his
music. Lou indeed loved life wonderfully. He was so well loved &
cared for by his loving wife,
Eleanor, his daughters, Luciann &
Allison, grandchildren Ryann &
Steven and sister Barbara. Lou had
done so many things on earth and
I’m sure he’ll do much more in
heaven and write some more songs.
Lou is in heaven now. This is not
the time to grieve his death, but it’s
our time to celebrate his life. Don’t
ever forget Lucian. He never wanted to see people cry. He wanted to
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE NOTICE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 154198 F N/A
Docket Number: F 8453 11
Wherein NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE LLC is
the plaintiff and MELISSA FUCHS, ETC., ET
ALS. are defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
FEIN SUCH KAHN & SHEPARD Attorney(s)
(973) 538-4700 Attorney File # YNSR896
By virtue of the above stated Writ to me
directed and delivered, I shall expose for sale
by public venue and sell to the highest bidder
on Tuesday, 3/11/2014, at Two O’Clock in the
afternoon, prevailing time, at the Passaic
County Cour t House, Hamilton Street,
Paterson, that is to say:
The property to be sold is located in BOROUGH OF WANAQUE (HASKELL), County
of Passaic and State of New Jersey.
Commonly known as: 15 5TH AVE WITH A
MAILING ADDRESS OF 15 5TH AVE,
HASKELL
Tax Lot: # 20 in Block: # 413
Dimensions: 54 X 122
Nearest cross street: DECKER ROAD
Beginning at a point in the existing northwesterly sideline of Fifth Avenue (50 feet wide)
said point being at the division line of Lots 13
and 14 in Block B as designated on referenced filed map, said point being southwesterly along various courses of said sideline a
distance of 454.38 feet from the intersection
of the prolongation of said sideline with the
prolongation of the southwesterly sideline of
Decker Road, and runs thence
PRIOR LIENS / ENCUMBRANCES WATER
OPEN + PENALTY $45.00 SEWER OPEN +
PENALTY $215.00 2012 3RD PARTY
WATER, SEWER LIEN SOLD ON 10/09/13
CERT # 12-00019 $1,803.23
TOTAL AS OF January 14, 2014: $2,063.23
Surplus Money: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and
expenses, there remains any surplus money,
the money will be deposited into the Superior
Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the
surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion
pursuant to the Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:572 stating the nature and extent of that person’s claim and asking for an order directing
payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or
other person conducting the sale will have
information regarding the surplus, if any.
This concise description does not constitute a
legal description of the real estate. A full legal
description can be found at the Sheriff ’s
Office.
Approximate amount due Plaintiff on this execution: $ 333,190.24
The property shall be sold subject to all liens
and encumbrances of record and the Sheriff
makes no representation expressed or
implied as to the existence, amount or validity
of any liens and encumbrances on the property which is the subject matter of this Sale.
20% of the amount bid will be required as a
deposit at the time of Sale, in Certified Check
or Official Bank Check, or Money Order.
Balance to be paid within 30 days of Sale.
The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to
adjourn this Sale without further notice by
publication.
RICHARD H. BERDNIK
Sheriff
Post Eagle: 2/12/14, 2/19/14, 2/26/14, 3/5/14
Fee: $159.60
WORD ETYMOLOGY
Stories of words having a Latin or Greek origin.
There are over a million words in the English
language. 60% of them come from Latin and Greek.
The following story(s) will help you to understand
and retain the meanings.
By Joseph Stefaniak, an envoy of the Classics.
The words for today are legal terms. SUBPOENA as we all
know is an order to appear in court or to supply documents to the
court. It comes from the Latin - SUB - meaning UNDER, and
POENA - meaning PENALTY. If one does not comply there can
be a penalty imposed. In ancient Roman times the penalty was
usually a fine. Roman penalties for crimes varied from torture or
crucifixion to exile. A gruesome punishment for parricide (killing
of a father, mother or kin) was to place the guilty in a tied sack
with a dog, a viper and a rooster and throw the sack into the Tiber
river.
The word - POSSE - which we know from the many western
movies we have seen is defined as a committee organized by a
sheriff to aid in law enforcement . It comes from the Latin words POSSE COMITATUS- which means POWER GIVEN TO A
BODY OF MEN. The Latin word - POSSUM , POSSE, POTUI means TO BE ABLE. The Latin word - COMITATUS - means
AN ASSEMBLY, A CONVENTION, A COUNTY. In medieval
times groups such as these were permitted by the king. The words
- POTENTIAL and POTENCY- meaning POWER or ABILITY
- are also derived from the Latin word - POSSE.
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 154202 F N/A
Docket Number: F 48695 08
Wherein WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A. is the
plaintiff and CHANELL T. WASHINGTON; ET
ALS are defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
ZUCKER GOLDBERG & ACKERMAN
Attorney(s)
(908) 233-8500 Attorney File # XRZ-113778
By virtue of the above stated Writ to me
directed and delivered, I shall expose for sale
by public venue and sell to the highest bidder
on Tuesday, 3/11/2014, at Two O’Clock in the
afternoon, prevailing time, at the Passaic
County Cour t House, Hamilton Street,
Paterson, that is to say:
The property to be sold is located in CITY of
CLIFTON, County of Passaic and State of
New Jersey.
Commonly known as: 174 EAST 6TH
STREET
Tax Lot: # 22 in Block: # 5.24
Dimensions: Approximately 37.50x100
Nearest cross street: Vernon Avenue
Subject to any open taxes, water/sewer,
municipal or tax liens that may be due.
Subject to Tax and Prior lien info: At the time
of publication taxes/sewer/water information
was not available - you must check with the
tax collector for exact amounts due. Subject
to Prior Mortgages and Judgments (if any):
The Plaintiff has obtained a letter of indemnification which will insure the successful bidder at sale in respect to: Judgment #: J216057-1996
Surplus Money: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and
expenses, there remains any surplus money,
the money will be deposited into the Superior
Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the
surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion
pursuant to the Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:572 stating the nature and extent of that person’s claim and asking for an order directing
payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or
other person conducting the sale will have
information regarding the surplus, if any.
“The Fair Housing Act prohibits any preference, limitation, or discrimination because of
race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial
status, or national origin, or intention to make
such preference, limitation or discrimination
in connection with any aspect of a residential
real estate transaction. Zucker, Goldberg, and
Ackerman, LLC encourages and supports the
equal housing practices of the Fair Housing
Act in the conduct of its business.”
This concise description does not constitute a
legal description of the real estate. A full legal
description can be found at the Sheriff ’s
Office.
Approximate amount due Plaintiff on this execution: $ 499,337.92
The property shall be sold subject to all liens
and encumbrances of record and the Sheriff
makes no representation expressed or
implied as to the existence, amount or validity
of any liens and encumbrances on the property which is the subject matter of this Sale.
20% of the amount bid will be required as a
deposit at the time of Sale, in Certified Check
or Official Bank Check, Money Order.
Balance to be paid within 30 days of Sale.
The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to
adjourn this Sale without further notice by
publication.
RICHARD H. BERDNIK
Sheriff
Post Eagle: 2/12/14, 2/19/14, 2/26/14, 3/5/14
Fee: $169.40
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 154207 F N/A
Docket Number: F 010721 13
Wherein WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A. is the
plaintiff and LOUIS VINTALORO, ET AL are
defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
ZUCKER GOLDBERG & ACKERMAN
Attorney(s)
(908) 233-8500
Attorney File # XWZ-165325/CBE
By virtue of the above stated Writ to me
directed and delivered, I shall expose for sale
by public venue and sell to the highest bidder
on Tuesday, 3/25/2014, at Two O’Clock in the
afternoon, prevailing time, at the Passaic
County Cour t House, Hamilton Street,
Paterson, that is to say:
The property to be sold is located in BOROUGH OF RINGWOOD, County of Passaic
and State of New Jersey.
Commonly known as: 173 UPPER LAKEVIEW AVENUE
Tax Lot: # 12
in Block: # 838
Dimensions: 101 X 115 X 74 X 125
Nearest cross street: VALLEY ROAD
S U B J E C T T O A N Y O P E N TA X E S ,
WATER/SEWER, MUNICIPAL OR TAX
LIENS THAT MAY BE DUE. SUBJECT TO
TAX AND PRIOR LIEN INFO: AT THE TIME
OF PUBLICATION TAXES / SEWER/ WATER
INFORMATION WAS NOT AVAILABLE - YOU
MUST CHECK WITH THE TAX COLLECTOR
FOR EXACT AMOUNTS DUE.
SUBJECT TO PRIOR MORTGAGES AND
JUDGMENTS (IF ANY): NONE
Surplus Money: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and
expenses, there remains any surplus money,
the money will be deposited into the Superior
Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the
surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion
pursuant to the Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:572 stating the nature and extent of that person’s claim and asking for an order directing
payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or
other person conducting the sale will have
information regarding the surplus, if any.
“The Fair Housing Act prohibits any preference, limitation, or discrimination because of
race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial
status, or national origin, or intention to make
such preference, limitation or discrimination
in connection with any aspect of a residential
real estate transaction. Zucker, Goldberg, and
Ackerman, LLC encourages and supports the
equal housing practices of the Fair Housing
Act in the conduct of its business.”
This concise description does not constitute a
legal description of the real estate. A full legal
description can be found at the Sheriff ’s
Office.
Approximate amount due Plaintiff on this execution: $ 483,722.94
The property shall be sold subject to all liens
and encumbrances of record and the Sheriff
makes no representation expressed or
implied as to the existence, amount or validity
of any liens and encumbrances on the property which is the subject matter of this Sale.
20% of the amount bid will be required as a
deposit at the time of Sale, in Cer tified
Check, or Official Bank Check. Balance to be
paid within 30 days of Sale.
The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to
adjourn this Sale without further notice by
publication.
RICHARD H. BERDNIK
Sheriff
Post Eagle: 2/26/14, 3/5/14, 3/12/14, 3/19/14
Fee: $169.40
February 26, 2014
THE ABLEMEN (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 11)
shows, to friends and organizations
that have hired us, to the fans who
come out to support us, and to
everyone who has encouraged us all
these years. Without you, there
would not have been a band called
The Ablemen.
Finally, I thank my family for
their patience and permitting me to
follow this wonderful path. To my
children Dave, Kim, Neil, and
Melissa, I know it wasn’t easy for
you having dad away from home.
To Donna, my beautiful wife, I
couldn’t have done this all these
years without your support. Thank
you. I’ll be home in 2015 so that
we can catch up on some of the
things we’ve missed.
To everyone, it is my wish that I
get to see you at one of our performances sometime during this year
before the journey ends. May you
always be able!
Don’t let ethnicity die out among Poles!
OBITUARIES (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 12)
make everyone happy. So let’s all
think back & remember how
Lucian touched our lives. How he
made us laugh and be happy and
how good Lucian was as a person.
We should all be thankful that we
were given the chance to have
known a man named Lucian
Kryger. Lou will be forever missed
but in the right time, we will meet
Lucian again and he will make us
happy with his wonderful music.
He was preceded in death by his
brothers, George “Jerry” and
Brunon, Jr. “Bruce”; and sister,
Eleanor Adams.
Surviving are his wife of 51
years, the former Eleanor
Stelevich; daughters, Luciann
Grochowski & her husband, John;
Allison Kryger; grandchildren,
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 154212 F N/A
Docket Number: F 23727 09
Wherein FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE
ASSOCIATION is the plaintiff and SAMUEL
E. PENATE; ET ALS are defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
FEIN SUCH KAHN & SHEPARD Attorney(s)
(973) 538-4700 Attorney File # YFWM315
By virtue of the above stated Writ to me
directed and delivered, I shall expose for sale
by public venue and sell to the highest bidder
on Tuesday, 3/25/2014, at Two O’Clock in the
afternoon, prevailing time, at the Passaic
County Cour t House, Hamilton Street,
Paterson, that is to say:
The property to be sold is located in the CITY
of CLIFTON, County of Passaic and State of
New Jersey.
Commonly known as: 678 BROAD STREET,
AKA 678 BROAD STREET, UNIT C3
KNOWN AND DESIGNATED AS Unit 3 in
Building No. C, situated in Broad Village, A
Condominium, together with an undivided
percentage interest in the Common Elements
appurtenant thereto, in accordance with and
subject to the terms, limitations, conditions,
covenants, restrictions and other provisions
of the Master Deed of Broad Village dated
2/19/87 and recorded on 2/27/87 in the
Passaic County Register’s Office, in Deed
Book E-118 Page 337 and following, and any
amendments or supplements subsequent
thereto.
Tax Lot: # 6 cc003 in Block: # 34.03
PRIOR LIENS/ENCUMBRANCES
SEWER OPEN + PENALTY $225.92,
TOTAL AS OF January 22, 2014: $225.92
Surplus Money: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and
expenses, there remains any surplus money,
the money will be deposited into the Superior
Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the
surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion
pursuant to the Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:572 stating the nature and extent of that person’s claim and asking for an order directing
payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or
other person conducting the sale will have
information regarding the surplus, if any.
Approximate amount due Plaintiff on this execution: $ 382,307.99
The property shall be sold subject to all liens
and encumbrances of record and the Sheriff
makes no representation expressed or
implied as to the existence, amount or validity
of any liens and encumbrances on the property which is the subject matter of this Sale.
20% of the amount bid will be required as a
deposit at the time of Sale, Certified Check,
or Official Bank Check, Money Order.
Balance to be paid within 30 days of Sale.
The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to
adjourn this Sale without further notice by
publication.
RICHARD H. BERDNIK
Sheriff
Post Eagle: 2/26/14, 3/5/14, 3/12/14, 3/19/14
Fee: $145.60
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Ryann Jones and her husband
Coulter; and Steven Grochowski;
sister, Barbara Kryger, NY.
Funeral services, with military
honors, were held on Saturday,
February 1, 2014 in Our Lady of
Hope Parish, Wilkes Barre PA.
Donations may be made to The
Medical Oncology Associates
Prescription Drug Fund, 382 Pierce
St., Kingston, PA 18704.
Condolences may be sent to: The
Kryger Family, 1 Eight Iron Drive,
Mountain Top PA 18707.
– Submitted by Dolly Kubasko
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 154190 F N/A
Docket Number: F 51051 09
Wherein HSBC BANK USA, ETC. is the
plaintiff and JUNIO COSTA; ET ALS are
defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
ZUCKER GOLDBERG & ACKERMAN
Attorney(s)
(908) 233-8500
Attorney File # XCZ-129406/cg
By virtue of the above stated Writ to me
directed and delivered, I shall expose for sale
by public venue and sell to the highest bidder
on Tuesday, 3/11/2014, at Two O’Clock in the
afternoon, prevailing time, at the Passaic
County Cour t House, Hamilton Street,
Paterson, that is to say:
The property to be sold is located in THE
BOROUGH OF NORTH HALEDON, County
of Passaic and State of New Jersey.
Commonly known as: 91 GRAHAM AVENUE
Tax Lot: # 15 in Block: # 65
Dimensions: Approximately 1.35 Acres
Nearest cross street: Graham Avenue and
Crestview Terrace
Subject to any open taxes, water/sewer,
municipal or tax liens that may be due.
Subject to Tax and Prior lien info: At the time
of publication taxes/sewer/water information
was not available - you must check with the
tax collector for exact amounts due. Subject
to Prior Mortgages and Judgments (if any):
None
Surplus Money: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and
expenses, there remains any surplus money,
the money will be deposited into the Superior
Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the
surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion
pursuant to the Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:572 stating the nature and extent of that person’s claim and asking for an order directing
payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or
other person conducting the sale will have
information regarding the surplus, if any.
“The Fair Housing Act prohibits any preference, limitation, or discrimination because of
race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial
status, or national origin, or intention to make
such preference, limitation or discrimination
in connection with any aspect of a residential
real estate transaction. Zucker, Goldberg, and
Ackerman, LLC encourages and supports the
equal housing practices of the Fair Housing
Act in the conduct of its business.”
This concise description does not constitute a
legal description of the real estate. A full legal
description can be found at the Sheriff ’s
Office.
Approximate amount due Plaintiff on this execution: $ 1,414,364.13
The property shall be sold subject to all liens
and encumbrances of record and the Sheriff
makes no representation expressed or
implied as to the existence, amount or validity
of any liens and encumbrances on the property which is the subject matter of this Sale.
20% of the amount bid will be required as a
deposit at the time of Sale, in Certified Check
or Official Bank Check, Money Order.
Balance to be paid within 30 days of Sale.
The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to
adjourn this Sale without further notice by
publication.
RICHARD H. BERDNIK
Sheriff
Post Eagle: 2/12/14, 2/19/14, 2/26/14, 3/5/14
Fee: $165.20
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 154165 F N/A
Docket Number: F 29274 12
Wherein TOWER LIEN, LLC is the plaintiff
and MT. PILGRAM MISSIONARY BAPTIST
CHURCH ET AL are defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
TAX LIEN FORECLOSURE SALE
ROBERT A. DEL VECCHIO ESQ. Attorney(s)
(973) 423-9035 Attorney File #
By virtue of the above stated Writ to me
directed and delivered, I shall expose for sale
by public venue and sell to the highest bidder
on Tuesday, 3/4/2014, at Two O’Clock in the
afternoon, prevailing time, at the Passaic
County Cour t House, Hamilton Street,
Paterson, that is to say:
The property to be sold is located in CITY OF
PASSAIC, County of Passaic and State of
New Jersey.
Commonly known as: 156 CENTRAL
AVENUE
Tax Lot: # 34
in Block: # 4105
Dimensions: 32 1/2’ X 55’
Nearest cross street: HARRISON STREET
This concise description does not constitute a
legal description of the real estate. A full legal
description can be found at the Sheriff ’s
Office.
Approximate amount due Plaintiff on this execution: $ 41,964.99
The property shall be sold subject to all liens
and encumbrances of record and the Sheriff
makes no representation expressed or
implied as to the existence, amount or validity
of any liens and encumbrances on the property which is the subject matter of this Sale.
20% of the amount bid will be required as a
deposit at the time of Sale, in Cer tified
Check, or Official Bank Check. Balance to be
paid within 30 days of Sale.
The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to
adjourn this Sale without further notice by
publication.
RICHARD H. BERDNIK
Sheriff
Post Eagle: 2/5/14, 2/12/14, 2/19/14, 2/26/14
Fee: $103.60
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 154168 F N/A
Docket Number: F 17859 13
Wherein JOSEPH P. CLEMENTE is the plaintiff and ALISON MC MANUS, ET AL are
defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
TAX LIEN FORECLOSURE SALE
ROBERT A. DEL VECCHIO ESQ.
Attorney(s)
(973) 423-9035 Attorney File #
By virtue of the above stated Writ to me
directed and delivered, I shall expose for sale
by public venue and sell to the highest bidder
on Tuesday, 3/4/2014, at Two O’Clock in the
afternoon, prevailing time, at the Passaic
County Cour t House, Hamilton Street,
Paterson, that is to say:
The property to be sold is located in TOWNSHIP OF WEST MILFORD, County of
Passaic and State of New Jersey.
Commonly known as: 23 DUDLEY STREET
Tax Lot: # 2
in Block: # 11002
Dimensions: 100’ X 106.53’
Nearest cross street: BROADWAY
This concise description does not constitute a
legal description of the real estate. A full legal
description can be found at the Sheriff ’s
Office.
Approximate amount due Plaintiff on this execution: $ 25,782.40
The property shall be sold subject to all liens
and encumbrances of record and the Sheriff
makes no representation expressed or
implied as to the existence, amount or validity
of any liens and encumbrances on the property which is the subject matter of this Sale.
20% of the amount bid will be required as a
deposit at the time of Sale, in Cer tified
Check, or Official Bank Check. Balance to be
paid within 30 days of Sale.
The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to
adjourn this Sale without further notice by
publication.
RICHARD H. BERDNIK
Sheriff
Post Eagle: 2/5/14, 2/12/14, 2/19/14, 2/26/14
Fee: $102.20
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 154191 F N/A
Docket Number: F 048946 10
Wherein WELLS FARGO BANK, NA DBA
AMERICAS SERVICING COMPANY is the
plaintiff and HAROLD KEWER, HIS HEIRS,
DEVISEES, ETC., ET ALS are defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
ZUCKER GOLDBERG & ACKERMAN
Attorney(s)
(908) 233-8500
Attorney File # XWZ-110683-R1/cbe
By virtue of the above stated Writ to me
directed and delivered, I shall expose for sale
by public venue and sell to the highest bidder
on Tuesday, 3/11/2014, at Two O’Clock in the
afternoon, prevailing time, at the Passaic
County Cour t House, Hamilton Street,
Paterson, that is to say:
The property to be sold is located in TOWNSHIP of WEST MILFORD, County of Passaic
and State of New Jersey.
Commonly known as: 100 RIDGE ROAD
Tax Lot: # 5 in Block: # 5201
Dimensions: Approximately 120 x 300
Nearest cross street: Baron Road
Subject to any open taxes, water/sewer,
municipal or tax liens that may be due.
Subject to Tax and Prior lien info: At the time
of publication taxes/sewer/water information
was not available - you must check with the
tax collector for exact amounts due. Subject
to Prior Mortgages and Judgments (if any):
None
Surplus Money: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and
expenses, there remains any surplus money,
the money will be deposited into the Superior
Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the
surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion
pursuant to the Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:572 stating the nature and extent of that person’s claim and asking for an order directing
payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or
other person conducting the sale will have
information regarding the surplus, if any.
“The Fair Housing Act prohibits any preference, limitation, or discrimination because of
race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial
status, or national origin, or intention to make
such preference, limitation or discrimination
in connection with any aspect of a residential
real estate transaction. Zucker, Goldberg, and
Ackerman, LLC encourages and supports the
equal housing practices of the Fair Housing
Act in the conduct of its business.”
This concise description does not constitute a
legal description of the real estate. A full legal
description can be found at the Sheriff ’s
Office.
Approximate amount due Plaintiff on this execution: $ 531,890.02
The property shall be sold subject to all liens
and encumbrances of record and the Sheriff
makes no representation expressed or
implied as to the existence, amount or validity
of any liens and encumbrances on the property which is the subject matter of this Sale.
20% of the amount bid will be required as a
deposit at the time of Sale, in Certified Check
or Official Bank Check, Money Order.
Balance to be paid within 30 days of Sale.
The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to
adjourn this Sale without further notice by
publication.
RICHARD H. BERDNIK
Sheriff
Post Eagle: 2/12/14, 2/19/14, 2/26/14, 3/5/14
Fee: $165.20
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 154185 F N/A
Docket Number: F 029567 12
Wherein VALLEY HEIGHTS CONDOMINIUM
ASSOCIATION, INC. is the plaintiff and
JANET M. GARAFANO; ET AL are defendants
CLAIM OF LIEN
Execution for Sale of Premises.
GREENBAUM, ROWE, SMITH & DAVIS LLP
Attorney(s)
(732) 549-5600 Attorney File # 22501-007
By virtue of the above stated Writ to me
directed and delivered, I shall expose for sale
by public venue and sell to the highest bidder
on Tuesday, 3/11/2014, at Two O’Clock in the
afternoon, prevailing time, at the Passaic
County Cour t House, Hamilton Street,
Paterson, that is to say:
The property to be sold is located in the CITY
of CLIFTON, County of Passaic and State of
New Jersey.
Commonly known as: 51 SKYVIEW TERRACE
Tax Lot: # 1 C007F in Block: # 25.01
Known and designated at Unit 7F in VALLEY
HEIGHTS, A CONDOMINIUM, together with
an undivided 2.268 percentage interest in the
Common Elements appurtenant thereto, in
accordance with and subject to the terms,
limitations, conditions, covenants, restrictions
and other provisions of the Master Deed
dated on November 1, 1986 and recorded on
November 5, 1986, in the Passaic County
Register’s Office in Deed Book N117 at Page
197 and following, and amended by the First
Amendment to the Master Deed, dated
January 30, 1987 and recorded on March 28,
1987 in Deed Book I118 page 575 and the
Second Amendment to the Master Deed
dated September 11, 1987 and recorded on
October 20, 1987 in Deed Book W119, page
536, and all other amendments thereto.
1. LIEN HOLDER (Citi Mor tgage):
$187,347.06; 2. LIEN HOLDER (Valley
National Bank): $68,645.75; and 3. JUDGMENT CREDITOR (The Valley Hospital):
$2,423.67
Surplus Money: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and
expenses, there remains any surplus money,
the money will be deposited into the Superior
Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the
surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion
pursuant to the Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:572 stating the nature and extent of that person’s claim and asking for an order directing
payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or
other person conducting the sale will have
information regarding the surplus, if any.
Approximate amount due Plaintiff on this execution: $ 12,821.70
The property shall be sold subject to all liens
and encumbrances of record and the Sheriff
makes no representation expressed or
implied as to the existence, amount or validity
of any liens and encumbrances on the property which is the subject matter of this Sale.
20% of the amount bid will be required as a
deposit at the time of Sale, Certified Check,
or Official Bank Check, Money Order.
Balance to be paid within 30 days of Sale.
The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to
adjourn this Sale without further notice by
publication.
RICHARD H. BERDNIK
Sheriff
Post Eagle: 2/12/14, 2/19/14, 2/26/14, 3/5/14
Fee: $165.20
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 154189 F N/A
Docket Number: F 003738 13
Wherein FREEDOM MORTGAGE CORPORATION is the plaintiff and JOHN M. TRAIER;
ET ALS are defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
MCCABE WEISBERG & CONWAY P.C.
Attorney(s)
(856) 858-7080 Attorney File #
By virtue of the above stated Writ to me
directed and delivered, I shall expose for sale
by public venue and sell to the highest bidder
on Tuesday, 3/11/2014, at Two O’Clock in the
afternoon, prevailing time, at the Passaic
County Cour t House, Hamilton Street,
Paterson, that is to say:
The property to be sold is located in CITY of
CLIFTON, County of Passaic and State of
New Jersey.
Commonly known as: 15 EAST PARKWAY
Tax Lot: # 8 in Block: # 58.05
Dimensions: Approximately 129’ x 140’
Nearest cross street: Fenlon Boulevard
Subject to: TSC#13-0302 iao $1,178.17 as of
02/19/2014
Surplus Money: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and
expenses, there remains any surplus money,
the money will be deposited into the Superior
Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the
surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion
pursuant to the Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:572 stating the nature and extent of that person’s claim and asking for an order directing
payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or
other person conducting the sale will have
information regarding the surplus, if any.
This concise description does not constitute a
legal description of the real estate. A full legal
description can be found at the Sheriff ’s
Office.
Approximate amount due Plaintiff on this execution: $ 246,567.63
The property shall be sold subject to all liens
and encumbrances of record and the Sheriff
makes no representation expressed or
implied as to the existence, amount or validity
of any liens and encumbrances on the property which is the subject matter of this Sale.
20% of the amount bid will be required as a
deposit at the time of Sale, in Certified Check
or Official Bank Check, Money Order.
Balance to be paid within 30 days of Sale.
The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to
adjourn this Sale without further notice by
publication.
RICHARD H. BERDNIK
Sheriff
Post Eagle: 2/12/14, 2/19/14, 2/26/14, 3/5/14
Fee: $128.80
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 154188 F N/A
Docket Number: F 921 13
Wherein BAYVIEW LOAN SERVICING, LLC,
A DELAWARE LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY is the plaintiff and GERMAN CABEZAS;
ET UX are defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
FEIN SUCH KAHN & SHEPARD, Attorney(s)
(973) 538-4700 Attorney File # IB783
By virtue of the above stated Writ to me
directed and delivered, I shall expose for sale
by public venue and sell to the highest bidder
on Tuesday, 3/11/2014, at Two O’Clock in the
afternoon, prevailing time, at the Passaic
County Cour t House, Hamilton Street,
Paterson, that is to say:
The property to be sold is located in CITY of
PASSAIC, County of Passaic and State of
New Jersey.
Commonly known as: 157 EIGHTH STREET
Tax Lot: # 8 in Block: # 1027
Dimensions: Approximately 25 x 100
Nearest cross street: South Street Beginning
at a point on the westerly side of Eighth
Street distant 75 feet southerly from the
southwest corner of Eighth Street and South
Street and running; thence
PRIOR LIENS/ENCUMBRANCES, WATER
OPEN $214.75; TOTAL AS OF JANUARY 14,
2014: $214.75
Surplus Money: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and
expenses, there remains any surplus money,
the money will be deposited into the Superior
Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the
surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion
pursuant to the Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:572 stating the nature and extent of that person’s claim and asking for an order directing
payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or
other person conducting the sale will have
information regarding the surplus, if any.
This concise description does not constitute a
legal description of the real estate. A full legal
description can be found at the Sheriff ’s
Office.
Approximate amount due Plaintiff on this execution: $ 500,912.36
The property shall be sold subject to all liens
and encumbrances of record and the Sheriff
makes no representation expressed or
implied as to the existence, amount or validity
of any liens and encumbrances on the property which is the subject matter of this Sale.
20% of the amount bid will be required as a
deposit at the time of Sale, in Certified Check
or Official Bank Check, Money Order.
Balance to be paid within 30 days of Sale.
The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to
adjourn this Sale without further notice by
publication.
RICHARD H. BERDNIK
Sheriff
Post Eagle: 2/12/14, 2/19/14, 2/26/14, 3/5/14
Fee: $140.00
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THE POST EAGLE
CALENDAR (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 8)
ated from an accredited Junior College. The student must have a minimum GPA of 2.8, complete an essay, a personal interview, FASFA
report and have 2 letters of recommendation. Since 1941 over 500 students have received financial help from the PUCNJ.The application can
be found in Financial Aid Offices and on line at www.PUCNJ.ORG.
Deadline for the scholarship application is March 21st. This is a one
time award.
Thrift Shop
NEW JERSEY - St John Lutheran Church in Passaic will hold a Thrift
Shop on Saturday, March 1 featuring gently used clothing, household
items and toys at very low cost. The church is at 140 Lexington Ave.
For information call the church office at 973-779-1166.
THE FUTURE (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5)
organize with the U.S., Ambassador
Mull remarked that there is a lot of
room to fill in in terms of extending
contingency planning cooperation.
On the whole, broader cooperation
will bring greater mutual benefits.
See
more
at:
http://www.gmfus.org/archives/futu
re-of-pl-american-strategic-
POLISH FALCONS
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 8)
Council, please email me at [email protected]
We hope that you will choose to
be a part of the Council. As a
Member of the Polish Falcons of
America, we value your input.
Czolem,
Timothy L. Kuzma
President / CEO
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE NOTICE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 154169 F N/A
Docket Number: F 4417 11
Wherein NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE LLC is
the plaintiff and JACQUELINE KANE, ET
ALS. are defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
FEIN SUCH KAHN & SHEPARD Attorney(s)
(973) 538-4700 Attorney File # YNSR799
By virtue of the above stated Writ to me
directed and delivered, I shall expose for sale
by public venue and sell to the highest bidder
on Tuesday, 3/4/2014, at Two O’Clock in the
afternoon, prevailing time, at the Passaic
County Cour t House, Hamilton Street,
Paterson, that is to say:
The property to be sold is located in TOWNSHIP OF WEST MILFORD (HEWITT),
County of Passaic and State of New Jersey.
Commonly known as: 115 LAKE PARK TERRACE WITH A MAILING ADDRESS OF 115
LAKE PARK TERRACE
Tax Lot: # 10
in Block: # 4302
Dimensions: .319 AC
Nearest cross street: EAST SHORE ROAD
BEGINNING at a point in the Westerly sideline of Lake Park Terrace (50’ wide right of
way), distant along in various courses
750.351 feet where it is intersected by the
Northerly sideline of East Shore Road (60’
right of way) and from said point of Beginning
in the Westerly sideline of Lake Park Terrace
runs; thence
PRIOR LIENS/ ENCUMBRANCES TOTAL
AS OF January 8, 2014: $.00
Surplus Money: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and
expenses, there remains any surplus money,
the money will be deposited into the Superior
Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the
surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion
pursuant to the Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:572 stating the nature and extent of that person’s claim and asking for an order directing
payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or
other person conducting the sale will have
information regarding the surplus, if any.
This concise description does not constitute a
legal description of the real estate. A full legal
description can be found at the Sheriff ’s
Office.
Approximate amount due Plaintiff on this execution: $ 361,522.93
The property shall be sold subject to all liens
and encumbrances of record and the Sheriff
makes no representation expressed or
implied as to the existence, amount or validity
of any liens and encumbrances on the property which is the subject matter of this Sale.
20% of the amount bid will be required as a
deposit at the time of Sale, in Certified Check
or Official Bank Check, or Money Order.
Balance to be paid within 30 days of Sale.
The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to
adjourn this Sale without further notice by
publication.
RICHARD H. BERDNIK
Sheriff
Post Eagle: 2/5/14, 2/12/14, 2/19/14, 2/26/14
Fee: $147.00
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LETTERS
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2)
All of us should be alarmed by
Obama Administration’s disregard
for our Constitution and his usurpation of power not granted to the
Executive under the Constitution. I
think that this is the point that Pat
Grzywacz was making and I agree
with that.
With best regards,
WALTER ORLOWSKI
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 154208 F N/A
Docket Number: F 4918 08
Wherein WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., AS
CERTIFICATE TRUSTEE; ETC is the plaintiff
and ELLEN P. MCNAMARA are defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
FEIN SUCH KAHN & SHEPARD Attorney(s)
(973) 538-4700 Attorney File # FKLJ046
By virtue of the above stated Writ to me
directed and delivered, I shall expose for sale
by public venue and sell to the highest bidder
on Tuesday, 3/25/2014, at Two O’Clock in the
afternoon, prevailing time, at the Passaic
County Cour t House, Hamilton Street,
Paterson, that is to say:
The property to be sold is located in BOROUGH of RINGWOOD, County of Passaic
and State of New Jersey.
Commonly known as: 59 STETSON ROAD
Tax Lot: # 19 a/k/a 19 and 20
in Block: # 934
Dimensions: 98 X 140
Nearest cross street: OLD ROAD Beginning
at a point in the westerly line of Stetson
Road, distant the following courses and distances from the intersection of the northerly
prolongation of the westerly line of Stetson
Road with the easterly prolongation of the
southerly line of Old Road; South 18
PRIOR LIENS / ENCUMBRANCES $134.66.
TOTAL AS OF January 14, 2014: $134.66
Surplus Money: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and
expenses, there remains any surplus money,
the money will be deposited into the Superior
Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the
surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion
pursuant to the Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:572 stating the nature and extent of that person’s claim and asking for an order directing
payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or
other person conducting the sale will have
information regarding the surplus, if any.
This concise description does not constitute a
legal description of the real estate. A full legal
description can be found at the Sheriff ’s
Office.
Approximate amount due Plaintiff on this execution: $ 178,725.40
The property shall be sold subject to all liens
and encumbrances of record and the Sheriff
makes no representation expressed or
implied as to the existence, amount or validity
of any liens and encumbrances on the property which is the subject matter of this Sale.
20% of the amount bid will be required as a
deposit at the time of Sale, in Certified Check
or Official Bank Check, Money Order.
Balance to be paid within 30 days of Sale.
The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to
adjourn this Sale without further notice by
publication.
RICHARD H. BERDNIK
Sheriff
Post Eagle: 2/26/14, 3/5/14, 3/12/14, 3/19/14
Fee: $141.40
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE NOTICE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 154197 F N/A
Docket Number: F 13925 09
Wherein CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC is the
plaintiff and BELINDA DE CASTRO, ET ALS.
are defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
FEIN SUCH KAHN & SHEPARD Attorney(s)
(973) 538-4700 Attorney File # ZCH2400
By virtue of the above stated Writ to me
directed and delivered, I shall expose for sale
by public venue and sell to the highest bidder
on Tuesday, 3/11/2014, at Two O’Clock in the
afternoon, prevailing time, at the Passaic
County Cour t House, Hamilton Street,
Paterson, that is to say:
The property to be sold is located in CITY OF
CLIFTON, County of Passaic and State of
New Jersey.
Commonly known as: 33 MONTCLAIR
AVENUE
Tax Lot: # 39 in Block: # 15.08
Dimensions: 50 X 100
Nearest cross street: HAZEL STREET
BEGINNING at a point on the Southeasterly
side of Montclair Avenue distant therein
375.00 feet Southwesterly from its intersection with the Southwesterly side of Hazel
Street and running thence:
PRIOR LIENS/ENCUMBRANCES WATER
OPEN + PENALTY $0.97 TOTAL AS OF
January 14, 2014: $.97
Surplus Money: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and
expenses, there remains any surplus money,
the money will be deposited into the Superior
Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the
surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion
pursuant to the Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:572 stating the nature and extent of that person’s claim and asking for an order directing
payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or
other person conducting the sale will have
information regarding the surplus, if any.
This concise description does not constitute a
legal description of the real estate. A full legal
description can be found at the Sheriff ’s
Office.
Approximate amount due Plaintiff on this execution: $ 425,038.08
The property shall be sold subject to all liens
and encumbrances of record and the Sheriff
makes no representation expressed or
implied as to the existence, amount or validity
of any liens and encumbrances on the property which is the subject matter of this Sale.
20% of the amount bid will be required as a
deposit at the time of Sale, in Certified Check
or Official Bank Check, or Money Order.
Balance to be paid within 30 days of Sale.
The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to
adjourn this Sale without further notice by
publication.
RICHARD H. BERDNIK
Sheriff
Post Eagle: 2/12/14, 2/19/14, 2/26/14, 3/5/14
Fee: $141.40
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 154181 F N/A
Docket Number: F 005016 13
Wherein COLUMBIA HOME LOANS, LLC is
the plaintiff and SHEENA G. CAMPBELL ET
AL are defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
STERN LAVINTHAL & FRANKENBERG,
LLC Attorney(s)
(973) 797-1100 Attorney File # 201204636
By virtue of the above stated Writ to me
directed and delivered, I shall expose for sale
by public venue and sell to the highest bidder
on Tuesday, 3/11/2014, at Two O’Clock in the
afternoon, prevailing time, at the Passaic
County Cour t House, Hamilton Street,
Paterson, that is to say:
The property to be sold is located in TOWNSHIP OF WEST MILFORD, County of
Passaic and State of New Jersey.
Commonly known as: 673 LAKESHORE
DRIVE
Tax Lot: # 13 F/K/A 46
in Block: # 1816 F/K/A 14
Dimensions: 100 X 27.97 FEET
Nearest cross street: BEACH HAVEN ROAD
PRIOR LIEN(S): NONE
Surplus Money: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and
expenses, there remains any surplus money,
the money will be deposited into the Superior
Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the
surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion
pursuant to the Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:572 stating the nature and extent of that person’s claim and asking for an order directing
payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or
other person conducting the sale will have
information regarding the surplus, if any.
This concise description does not constitute a
legal description of the real estate. A full legal
description can be found at the Sheriff ’s
Office.
Approximate amount due Plaintiff on this execution: $164,258.27
The property shall be sold subject to all liens
and encumbrances of record and the Sheriff
makes no representation expressed or
implied as to the existence, amount or validity
of any liens and encumbrances on the property which is the subject matter of this Sale.
20% of the amount bid will be required as a
deposit at the time of Sale, in Cer tified
Check, or Official Bank Check. Balance to be
paid within 30 days of Sale.
The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to
adjourn this Sale without further notice by
publication.
RICHARD H. BERDNIK
Sheriff
Post Eagle: 2/12/14, 2/19/14, 2/26/14, 3/5/14
Fee: $131.60
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE NOTICE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 154173 F N/A
Docket Number: F 006493 12
Wherein FREEDOM MORTGAGE CORPORATION is the plaintiff and RANDY COLONDRES, ET ALS. are defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
MCCABE WEISBERG & CONWAY P.C.
Attorney(s)
(856) 858-7080
Attorney File # 478-0030-12161
By virtue of the above stated Writ to me
directed and delivered, I shall expose for sale
by public venue and sell to the highest bidder
on Tuesday, 3/4/2014, at Two O’Clock in the
afternoon, prevailing time, at the Passaic
County Cour t House, Hamilton Street,
Paterson, that is to say:
The property to be sold is located in CITY OF
CLIFTON, County of Passaic and State of
New Jersey.
Commonly known as: 46 WILLIAM STREET
Tax Lot: # 14
in Block: # 72.03
Dimensions: 50’ x 120’
Nearest cross street: LINDEN AVENUE
Subject to: 0.00
Surplus Money: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and
expenses, there remains any surplus money,
the money will be deposited into the Superior
Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the
surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion
pursuant to the Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:572 stating the nature and extent of that person’s claim and asking for an order directing
payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or
other person conducting the sale will have
information regarding the surplus, if any.
This concise description does not constitute a
legal description of the real estate. A full legal
description can be found at the Sheriff ’s
Office.
Approximate amount due Plaintiff on this execution: $ 662,458.69
The property shall be sold subject to all liens
and encumbrances of record and the Sheriff
makes no representation expressed or
implied as to the existence, amount or validity
of any liens and encumbrances on the property which is the subject matter of this Sale.
20% of the amount bid will be required as a
deposit at the time of Sale, in Certified Check
or Official Bank Check, or Money Order.
Balance to be paid within 30 days of Sale.
The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to
adjourn this Sale without further notice by
publication.
RICHARD H. BERDNIK
Sheriff
Post Eagle: 2/5/14, 2/12/14, 2/19/14, 2/26/14
Fee: $128.80
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE NOTICE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 154167 F N/A
Docket Number: F 007649 13
Wherein SUNTRUST MORTGAGE, INC. is
the plaintiff and JIMMY NUNEZ, ET AL. are
defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
POWERS KIRN, LLC Attorney(s)
(856) 802-1000
Attorney File # 2009-4252-C
By virtue of the above stated Writ to me
directed and delivered, I shall expose for sale
by public venue and sell to the highest bidder
on Tuesday, 3/4/2014, at Two O’Clock in the
afternoon, prevailing time, at the Passaic
County Cour t House, Hamilton Street,
Paterson, that is to say:
The property to be sold is located in CITY OF
CLIFTON, County of Passaic and State of
New Jersey.
Commonly known as: 138 HAMILTON
AVENUE
Tax Lot: # 20
in Block: # 2.13
Dimensions: 163.40’ x 41.67’
Nearest cross street: LEXINGTON AVENUE
SUPERIOR INTERESTS (if any): Clifton City
holds a claim for taxes due and / or other
municipal utilities such as water and/or sewer
in the amount of $2524.85 as of 12/19/2013
MTAG holds a claim for taxes due and / or
other municipal utilities such as water and/or
sewer in the amount of $3538.23 as of
01/30/2014.
Surplus Money: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and
expenses, there remains any surplus money,
the money will be deposited into the Superior
Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the
surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion
pursuant to the Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:572 stating the nature and extent of that person’s claim and asking for an order directing
payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or
other person conducting the sale will have
information regarding the surplus, if any.
This concise description does not constitute a
legal description of the real estate. A full legal
description can be found at the Sheriff ’s
Office.
Approximate amount due Plaintiff on this execution: $ 574,083.88
The property shall be sold subject to all liens
and encumbrances of record and the Sheriff
makes no representation expressed or
implied as to the existence, amount or validity
of any liens and encumbrances on the property which is the subject matter of this Sale.
20% of the amount bid will be required as a
deposit at the time of Sale, in Certified Check
or Official Bank Check, or Money Order.
Balance to be paid within 30 days of Sale.
The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to
adjourn this Sale without further notice by
publication.
RICHARD H. BERDNIK
Sheriff
Post Eagle: 2/5/14, 2/12/14, 2/19/14, 2/26/14
Fee: $142.80
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 154206 F N/A
Docket Number: F 013046 12
Wherein WEICHERT FINANCIAL SERVICES
is the plaintiff and HENRY PEREZ, ET AL.
are defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
POWERS KIRN, LLC Attorney(s)
(856) 802-1000 Attorney File # 2011-1648-C
By virtue of the above stated Writ to me
directed and delivered, I shall expose for sale
by public venue and sell to the highest bidder
on Tuesday, 3/25/2014, at Two O’Clock in the
afternoon, prevailing time, at the Passaic
County Cour t House, Hamilton Street,
Paterson, that is to say:
The property to be sold is located in CITY OF
PASSAIC, County of Passaic and State of
New Jersey.
Commonly known as: 17 HAMMOND AVE
Tax Lot: # 24 in Block: # 2197.A
Dimensions: 50.10’ x 00.56’
Nearest cross street: OAK STREET
SUPERIOR INTERESTS (IF ANY):
PASSAIC CITY HOLDS A CLAIM FOR
TAXES DUE AND/OR OTHER MUNICIPAL
U T I L I T I E S S U C H A S WAT E R A N D / O R
SEWER IN THE AMOUNT OF $2098.83 AS
OF 1/9/2014
Surplus Money: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and
expenses, there remains any surplus money,
the money will be deposited into the Superior
Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the
surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion
pursuant to the Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:572 stating the nature and extent of that person’s claim and asking for an order directing
payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or
other person conducting the sale will have
information regarding the surplus, if any.
This concise description does not constitute a
legal description of the real estate. A full legal
description can be found at the Sheriff ’s
Office.
Approximate amount due Plaintiff on this execution: $ 350,205.79
The property shall be sold subject to all liens
and encumbrances of record and the Sheriff
makes no representation expressed or
implied as to the existence, amount or validity
of any liens and encumbrances on the property which is the subject matter of this Sale.
20% of the amount bid will be required as a
deposit at the time of Sale, in Cer tified
Check, or Official Bank Check. Balance to be
paid within 30 days of Sale.
The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to
adjourn this Sale without further notice by
publication.
RICHARD H. BERDNIK
Sheriff
Post Eagle: 2/26/14, 3/5/14, 3/12/14, 3/19/14
Fee: $134.40
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE NOTICE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 154156 F N/A
Docket Number: F 019410 12
Wherein CHARLES FAZIO, ET AL. is the
plaintiff and EUGENE DE ANGELO, ETC.,
ET AL. are defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
BARBARULA LAW OFFICES Attorney(s)
(973) 492-1190
Attorney File #
By virtue of the above stated Writ to me
directed and delivered, I shall expose for sale
by public venue and sell to the highest bidder
on Tuesday, 3/4/2014, at Two O’Clock in the
afternoon, prevailing time, at the Passaic
County Cour t House, Hamilton Street,
Paterson, that is to say:
The property to be sold is located in BOROUGH OF WANAQUE, County of Passaic
and State of New Jersey.
Commonly known as: 1223 RINGWOOD
AVENUE
Tax Lot: # 14 (INCLUDES LOT 14.02 WHICH
MERGED INTO LOT 14) in Block: # 448
Dimensions: 175’ x 100’
Nearest cross street: FIRST AVENUE,
APPROXIMATELY 217’ AWAY
Real estate taxes due from 2nd qu 2013 to
4th qu 2013: $12,409.65 1st qu 2014 taxes
due 2/1/14: $4,173.51
Surplus Money: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and
expenses, there remains any surplus money,
the money will be deposited into the Superior
Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the
surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion
pursuant to the Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:572 stating the nature and extent of that person’s claim and asking for an order directing
payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or
other person conducting the sale will have
information regarding the surplus, if any.
This concise description does not constitute a
legal description of the real estate. A full legal
description can be found at the Sheriff ’s
Office.
Approximate amount due Plaintiff on this execution: $320,192.39
The property shall be sold subject to all liens
and encumbrances of record and the Sheriff
makes no representation expressed or
implied as to the existence, amount or validity
of any liens and encumbrances on the property which is the subject matter of this Sale.
20% of the amount bid will be required as a
deposit at the time of Sale, in Certified Check
or Official Bank Check, or Money Order.
Balance to be paid within 30 days of Sale.
The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to
adjourn this Sale without further notice by
publication.
RICHARD H. BERDNIK
Sheriff
Post Eagle: 2/5/14, 2/12/14, 2/19/14, 2/26/14
Fee: $135.80
February 26, 2014
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Annie’s
Pondering
Puzzles
by Annie
Golembewski
Match & Scrambler
1. PLIERS
A. MŁOTEK
2. CHISEL
B. SIEKIERA
3. DRILL
C. POZIOM
4. HAMMER
D. PIŁA
5. HATCHET
E. SZCZYPCE
6. HACKSAW
F. LEWAR
7. JACK
G. SWIDER
8. LEVEL
H. GWÓŻDŻ
9. AXE
10. NAIL
I. DŁUTO
J. TOPOREK
TOOL BOX: Match English words in column 1 with Polish words in column 2.
1. YKKKSOWOŹA
_________________________
2. STNEI
_________________________
3. HKJOE
_________________________
4. FLOG
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5. ÓWSIAAKKT
_________________________
6. KŁPAI AŻONO
_________________________
7. ACYHZS
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8. KSOB
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9. YIENWAŁP
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10. YRUGB
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Unscramble the
the Polish
Polish words
words dealing
dealing with
with GAME
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TIME. AUTUMN
ANNIE’S PONDERING PUZZLES Answers
Match Game:
1-E, 2-I, 3-G, 4-A, 5-J, 6-D, 7-F, 8-C, 9-B, 10-H
Scramble Game:
1. KOSZYKÓWKA (BASKETBALL), 2. TENIS (TENNIS),
3. HOKEJ (HOCKEY), 4. GOLF (GOLF)
5. SIATKÓWKA (VOLLEYBALL), 6. PIŁKA NOŻNA (SOCCER),
7. SZACHY (CHESS), 8. BOKS (BOXING),
9. PŁYWANIE (SWIMMING), 10. RUGBY (RUGBY).
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 154157 F N/A
Docket Number: F 39208 09
Wherein MIDFIRST BANK is the plaintiff and
LYNETTE QUINONES ET AL are defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
ZUCKER GOLDBERG & ACKERMAN
Attorney(s)
(908) 233-8500
Attorney File # XFZ-126506/CG
By virtue of the above stated Writ to me
directed and delivered, I shall expose for sale
by public venue and sell to the highest bidder
on Tuesday, 3/4/2014, at Two O’Clock in the
afternoon, prevailing time, at the Passaic
County Cour t House, Hamilton Street,
Paterson, that is to say:
The property to be sold is located in CITY OF
CLIFTON, County of Passaic and State of
New Jersey.
Commonly known as: 13 WHITMORE PLACE
Tax Lot: # 12
in Block: # 8.13
Dimensions: 100X25
Nearest cross street: ACKERMAN AVENUE
SUBJECT TO ANY OPEN TAXES, WATER /
SEWER, MUNICIPAL OR TAX LIENS THAT
MAY BE DUE. SUBJECT TO TAX AND
PRIOR LIEN INFO: AT THE TIME OF PUBLICATION TAXES / SEWER / WATER INFORMATION WAS NOT AVAILABLE YOU MUST
CHECK WITH THE TAX COLLECTOR FOR
EXACT AMOUNTS DUE.
SUBJECT TO PRIOR MORTGAGES AND
JUDGMENTS (IF ANY): NONE
Surplus Money: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs and
expenses, there remains any surplus money,
the money will be deposited into the Superior
Court Trust Fund and any person claiming the
surplus, or any part thereof, may file a motion
pursuant to the Court Rules 4:64-3 and 4:572 stating the nature and extent of that person’s claim and asking for an order directing
payment of the surplus money. The Sheriff or
other person conducting the sale will have
information regarding the surplus, if any.
“The Fair Housing Act prohibits any preference, limitation, or discrimination because of
race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial
status, or national origin, or intention to make
such preference, limitation or discrimination
in connection with any aspect of a residential
real estate transaction. Zucker, Goldberg, and
Ackerman, LLC encourages and supports the
equal housing practices of the Fair Housing
Act in the conduct of its business.”
This concise description does not constitute a
legal description of the real estate. A full legal
description can be found at the Sheriff ’s
Office.
Approximate amount due Plaintiff on this execution: $ 406,654.56
The property shall be sold subject to all liens
and encumbrances of record and the Sheriff
makes no representation expressed or
implied as to the existence, amount or validity
of any liens and encumbrances on the property which is the subject matter of this Sale.
20% of the amount bid will be required as a
deposit at the time of Sale, in Cer tified
Check, or Official Bank Check. Balance to be
paid within 30 days of Sale.
The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to
adjourn this Sale without further notice by
publication.
RICHARD H. BERDNIK
Sheriff
Post Eagle: 2/5/14, 2/12/14, 2/19/14, 2/26/14
Fee: $166.60
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE NOTICE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 154152 F N/A
Docket Number: F 006856 13
Wherein SUNTRUST MORTGAGE, INC. is
the plaintiff and NAIDA BODE, ET AL. are
defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
POWERS KIRN, LLC Attorney(s)
(856) 802-1000 Attorney File # 2010-5777-C
By virtue of the above stated Writ to me
directed and delivered, I shall expose for sale
by public venue and sell to the highest bidder
on Tuesday, 3/4/2014, at Two O’Clock in the
afternoon, prevailing time, at the Passaic
County Cour t House, Hamilton Street,
Paterson, that is to say:
The proper ty to be sold is located in
Township of West Milford, County of Passaic
and State of New Jersey.
Commonly known as: 37 WALKER AVENUE
Tax Lot: # 4
in Block: # 13812
Dimensions: 100.00’ x 60.00’
Nearest cross street: 595.30’ from the intersection with the Northerly line of Sunset
Boulevard
SUPERIOR INTERESTS (if any): NONE
Surplus Money: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs
and expenses, there remains any surplus
money, the money will be deposited into the
Superior Court Trust Fund and any person
claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may
file a motion pursuant to the Court Rules
4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and
extent of that person’s claim and asking for
an order directing payment of the surplus
money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding
the surplus, if any.
This concise description does not constitute
a legal description of the real estate. A full
legal description can be found at the Sheriff’s
Office.
Approximate amount due Plaintiff on this execution: $257,769.05
The property shall be sold subject to all liens
and encumbrances of record and the Sheriff
makes no representation expressed or
implied as to the existence, amount or validity
of any liens and encumbrances on the property which is the subject matter of this Sale.
20% of the amount bid will be required as a
deposit at the time of Sale, in Certified Check
or Official Bank Check, or Money Order.
Balance to be paid within 30 days of Sale.
The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to
adjourn this Sale without further notice by
publication.
RICHARD H. BERDNIK
Sheriff
Post Eagle: 2/5/14, 2/12/14, 2/19/14, 2/26/14
Fee: $128.80
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 154151 F N/A
Docket Number: F 027669 12
Wherein BAYVIEW LOAN SERVICING, LLC
is the plaintiff and MIGUEL DOMINGUEZ ET
AL. are defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
MATTLEMAN WEINROTH & MILLER
Attorney(s)
(856) 429-5507 Attorney File # 902.85232
By virtue of the above stated Writ to me
directed and delivered, I shall expose for sale
by public venue and sell to the highest bidder
on Tuesday, 3/4/2014, at Two O’Clock in the
afternoon, prevailing time, at the Passaic
County Cour t House, Hamilton Street,
Paterson, that is to say:
The property to be sold is located in CITY OF
PASSAIC, County of Passaic and State of
New Jersey.
Commonly known as: 55 EIGHTH AVENUE
Tax Lot: # 35
in Block: # 3224A
Dimensions: 50 X 100
Nearest cross street: BOULEVARD
PRIOR MORTGAGES/LIENS NOT EXTINGUISHED BY THE SALE ARE: DELINQUENT TAXES AND/OR TAX LIENS
Surplus Money: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs
and expenses, there remains any surplus
money, the money will be deposited into the
Superior Court Trust Fund and any person
claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may
file a motion pursuant to the Court Rules
4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and
extent of that person’s claim and asking for
an order directing payment of the surplus
money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding
the surplus, if any.
This concise description does not constitute
a legal description of the real estate. A full
legal description can be found at the Sheriff’s
Office.
Approximate amount due Plaintiff on this execution: $422,338.85
The property shall be sold subject to all liens
and encumbrances of record and the Sheriff
makes no representation expressed or
implied as to the existence, amount or validity
of any liens and encumbrances on the property which is the subject matter of this Sale.
20% of the amount bid will be required as a
deposit at the time of Sale, in Cer tified
Check, or Official Bank Check. Balance to be
paid within 30 days of Sale.
The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to
adjourn this Sale without further notice by
publication.
RICHARD H. BERDNIK
Sheriff
Post Eagle: 2/5/14, 2/12/14, 2/19/14, 2/26/14
Fee: $131.60
February 26, 2014
THE POST EAGLE
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE NOTICE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 154194 F N/A
Docket Number: F 26723 10
Wherein NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE, LLC is
the plaintiff and DIANE HERNANDEZ, ET
ALS. are defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
FEIN SUCH KAHN & SHEPARD Attorney(s)
(973) 538-4700 Attorney File # YNSR218
By virtue of the above stated Writ to me
directed and delivered, I shall expose for sale
by public venue and sell to the highest bidder
on Tuesday, 3/11/2014, at Two O’Clock in the
afternoon, prevailing time, at the Passaic
County Cour t House, Hamilton Street,
Paterson, that is to say:
The property to be sold is located in BOROUGH OF RINGWOOD, County of Passaic
and State of New Jersey.
Commonly known as: 6 OLIVER PLACE
Tax Lot: # 2 in Block: # 808
Dimensions: 50 X 100
Nearest cross street: BROOKSYDE AVENUE
BEGINNING at a point on the westerly side
of Oliver Place (33 feet wide) formerly Bellot
Road, distant South 07 degrees 10 minutes
35 seconds East 68.89 feet along the same
from the intersection of the westerly side of
said Oliver Place with the southerly side of
Brooksyde Avenue and running thence
PRIOR LIENS / ENCUMBRANCES WATER
OPEN + PENALTY $70.98 CONFIRMED
ASSESSMENTS ORD # 2010-#01 $419.57
TOTAL AS OF January 14, 2014: $490.55
Surplus Money: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs
and expenses, there remains any surplus
money, the money will be deposited into the
Superior Court Trust Fund and any person
claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may
file a motion pursuant to the Court Rules
4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and
extent of that person’s claim and asking for
an order directing payment of the surplus
money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding
the surplus, if any.
This concise description does not constitute
a legal description of the real estate. A full
legal description can be found at the Sheriff’s
Office.
Approximate amount due Plaintiff on this execution: $ 492,484.14
The property shall be sold subject to all liens
and encumbrances of record and the Sheriff
makes no representation expressed or
implied as to the existence, amount or validity
of any liens and encumbrances on the property which is the subject matter of this Sale.
20% of the amount bid will be required as a
deposit at the time of Sale, in Certified Check
or Official Bank Check, or Money Order.
Balance to be paid within 30 days of Sale.
The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to
adjourn this Sale without further notice by
publication.
RICHARD H. BERDNIK
Sheriff
Post Eagle: 2/12/14, 2/19/14, 2/26/14, 3/5/14
Fee: $147.00
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Law Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 154200 F N/A
Docket Number: PAS L 002336 06
Wherein MARISON DENEGRI AND GRINILDA MARRERO is the plaintiff and KIRIAKI
FASSILIS, ET AL are defendants
Execution Sale.
GRUBER, COLABELLA & LIUZZA
Attorney(s)
(973) 827-0057 Attorney File #
By virtue of the above stated Writ to me
directed and delivered, I shall expose for sale
by public venue and sell to the highest bidder
on Tuesday, 3/11/2014, at Two O’Clock in the
afternoon, prevailing time, at the Passaic
County Cour t House, Hamilton Street,
Paterson, that is to say: ALL THE RIGHT,
TITLE AND INTEREST OF THE DEFENDANTS KIRIAKI FASSILIS, ET AL IN:
The property to be sold is located in BOROUGH OF POMPTON LAKES, County of
Passaic and State of New Jersey.
Commonly known as: 190 HAMBURG
TURNPIKE
Tax Lot: # 1 in Block: # 8001
Dimensions: 228’ X 105’
Nearest cross street: APPROX. 180 FEET TO
JAMES TERRACE
Surplus Money: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs
and expenses, there remains any surplus
money, the money will be deposited into the
Superior Court Trust Fund and any person
claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may
file a motion pursuant to the Court Rules
4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and
extent of that person’s claim and asking for
an order directing payment of the surplus
money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding
the surplus, if any.
This concise description does not constitute
a legal description of the real estate. A full
legal description can be found at the Sheriff’s
Office.
Approximate amount due Plaintiff on this execution: $ 110,657.49
20% of the amount bid will be required as a
deposit at the time of Sale, Certified Check,
or Official Bank Check. Balance to be paid
within 30 days of Sale.
The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to
adjourn this Sale without further notice by
publication.
RICHARD H. BERDNIK
Sheriff
Post Eagle: 2/12/14, 2/19/14, 2/26/14, 3/5/14
Fee: $121.80
POLAND’S
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3)
in Belarus led to an invasion of
Poland masked by a refugee situation along Poland's border with
Belarus. At first, it might appear
unclear, because of the confused
situation created by refugees trying
to seek safety by crossing into
Poland, that Poland actually was
being invaded.
That is why Brzezinski encouraged the Truth and Justice Party
government, led by the Kaczynski
brothers, that won the elections in
October 2005, promptly to set up
an independent defensive force
outside of NATO to defend
Poland's territory for two-to-three
weeks until public opinion in the
NATO countries concluded that
Poland, in fact, had been invaded.
National sovereignty, Brzezinski
reminded his auditors, requires
national self-defense.
How has the situation changed
since Brzezinski delivered his lecture at Columbia in 2005? Poland's
border is still open to invasion
from the east. It is an open border
to the east just as it was when
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 154158 F N/A
Docket Number: F 31901 09
Wherein NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE LLC is
the plaintiff and NORMAN FALLAS ET AL
are defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
ZUCKER GOLDBERG & ACKERMAN
Attorney(s)
(908) 233-8500 Attorney File # XCZ-119275
By virtue of the above stated Writ to me
directed and delivered, I shall expose for sale
by public venue and sell to the highest bidder
on Tuesday, 3/4/2014, at Two O’Clock in the
afternoon, prevailing time, at the Passaic
County Cour t House, Hamilton Street,
Paterson, that is to say:
The property to be sold is located in BOROUGH OF POMPTON LAKES, County of
Passaic and State of New Jersey.
Commonly known as: 117 RIVERVIEW
ROAD
Tax Lot: # 35
in Block: # 9000
Dimensions:
Nearest cross street: PATERSON HAMBURG
TURNPIKE
SUBJECT TO ANY OPEN TAXES, WATER /
SEWER, MUNICIPAL OR TAX LIENS THAT
MAY BE DUE.
SUBJECT TO TAX AND PRIOR LIEN INFO:
AT THE TIME OF PUBLICATION TAXES /
SEWER / WATER INFORMATION WAS NOT
AVAILABLE. YOU MUST CHECK WITH THE
TAX COLLECTOR FOR EXACT AMOUNTS
DUE.
SUBJECT TO PRIOR MORTGAGES AND
JUDGMENTS (IF ANY): NONE
Surplus Money: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs
and expenses, there remains any surplus
money, the money will be deposited into the
Superior Court Trust Fund and any person
claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may
file a motion pursuant to the Court Rules
4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and
extent of that person’s claim and asking for
an order directing payment of the surplus
money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding
the surplus, if any.
“The Fair Housing Act prohibits any preference, limitation, or discrimination because of
race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial
status, or national origin, or intention to make
such preference, limitation or discrimination
in connection with any aspect of a residential
real estate transaction. Zucker, Goldberg, and
Ackerman, LLC encourages and supports the
equal housing practices of the Fair Housing
Act in the conduct of its business.”
This concise description does not constitute
a legal description of the real estate. A full
legal description can be found at the Sheriff’s
Office.
Approximate amount due Plaintiff on this execution: $ 485,126.02
The property shall be sold subject to all liens
and encumbrances of record and the Sheriff
makes no representation expressed or
implied as to the existence, amount or validity
of any liens and encumbrances on the property which is the subject matter of this Sale.
20% of the amount bid will be required as a
deposit at the time of Sale, in Cer tified
Check, or Official Bank Check. Balance to be
paid within 30 days of Sale.
The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to
adjourn this Sale without further notice by
publication.
RICHARD H. BERDNIK
Sheriff
Post Eagle: 2/5/14, 2/12/14, 2/19/14, 2/26/14
Fee: $170.80
Poland was a member of the
Warsaw Pact and occupied by the
Soviet army.
The early November 2013
NATO war games, Operation
Steadfast Jazz, demonstrated that
the United States, as leading NATO
power, was not willing to show its
political will to project armed force
into the Baltic and northeastern
Poland. Collective security and
alliances are fine, but Poland needs
to meet the contingency of a
Russian attack, the theme of
Russian war games in that region
since 2009. Poland's leaders should
have, but did not, set up the independent defense force Brzezinski
called for over eight years ago, and
before the Russian invasion of
Georgia, which was a masked invasion. Readers recall that fashionable opinion in America and western Europe suspected that Georgia
started or provoked the Russian
invasion. As is their habit, the
Kremlin's propagandists conflated
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 154174 F N/A
Docket Number: F 026435 12
Wherein BANK OF AMERICA, N.A. is the
plaintiff and GONCE SEDLER ET ALS. are
defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
STERN LAVINTHAL & FRANKENBERG,
LLC Attorney(s)
(973) 797-1100 Attorney File # 201202483
By virtue of the above stated Writ to me
directed and delivered, I shall expose for sale
by public venue and sell to the highest bidder
on Tuesday, 3/4/2014, at Two O’Clock in the
afternoon, prevailing time, at the Passaic
County Cour t House, Hamilton Street,
Paterson, that is to say:
The property to be sold is located in the CITY
OF PASSAIC, County of Passaic and State of
New Jersey.
Commonly known as: 285 AYCRIGG
AVENUE SUITE 221 221
SCHEDULE “A”
ALL THAT CERTAIN tract or parcel of land
and premises situate, lying and being in the
CITY OF PASSAIC, COUNTY OF PASSAIC
and STATE OF NEW JERSEY, being more
particularly described as follows:
UNIT NO. 221 situated in the Carlton Tower
Condominium, together with a 0.2991 %
undivided percentage interest in the Common
Elements of said Condominium. Said unit is
created under the provisions of and is subject
to the New Jersey Condominium Act
(N.J.S.A. 46:8B-1 et seq.) and the Planned
Real Estate Development Full Disclosure Act
(N.J.S.A. 45:22A-21 et seq.), as amended,
and any applicable regulations adopted
under either law. Said unit is in accordance
with the ter ms, limitations, conditions,
covenants, restrictions, easements, agreements, and other provisions set forth in that
cer tain Master Deed for Carlton Tower
Condominium, dated February 16, 1990, and
recorded February 20, 1990, in the Office of
the Passaic County Register in Deed Book
D-126 Page 129 as the same may now or
hereafter be lawfully amended.
PRIOR LIEN(S): NONE
The sale is subject to unpaid taxes & assessments, tax, water & sewer liens & other
municipal assessments. The amount due can
be obtained from the local taxing authority.
Pursuant to NJSA 46:8B-21 the sale may
also be subject to the limited lien priority of
any condominium / homeowner association
liens which may exist.
Surplus Money: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs
and expenses, there remains any surplus
money, the money will be deposited into the
Superior Court Trust Fund and any person
claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may
file a motion pursuant to the Court Rules
4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and
extent of that person’s claim and asking for
an order directing payment of the surplus
money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding
the surplus, if any.
Approximate amount due Plaintiff on this execution: $ 214,751.23
The property shall be sold subject to all liens
and encumbrances of record and the Sheriff
makes no representation expressed or
implied as to the existence, amount or validity
of any liens and encumbrances on the property which is the subject matter of this Sale.
20% of the amount bid will be required as a
deposit at the time of Sale, Certified Check,
or Official Bank Check. Balance to be paid
within 30 days of Sale.
The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to
adjourn this Sale without further notice by
publication.
RICHARD H. BERDNIK
Sheriff
Post Eagle: 2/5/14, 2/12/14, 2/19/14, 2/26/14
Fee: $183.40
victims with villains and this duped
many in the West.
No longer is there doubt that
Putin's Kremlin is intent on restoring the former Soviet empire in a
Muscovite guise. Poland and other
countries bordering Russia must
take responsibility for their own
defense. The only bright spot was
the decision announced in late
March 2011 by the Tusk
Government to move forward with
Poland's nuclear energy program,
the first step toward a nuclear arsenal for Poland. As momentum
builds in Polish public opinion for
an independent international investigation of the Smolensk Disaster
of 10 April 2010, the need for
Poland to have an independent
nuclear force becomes more
urgent.
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE NOTICE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 154180 F N/A
Docket Number: F 016129 12
Wherein HUDSON CITY SAVINGS BANK is
the plaintiff and GARY KOSEYAN; ET UX.,
ET ALS. are defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
PARKER MC CAY Attorney(s)
(856) 596-8900
Attorney File # 15030-12-06653
By virtue of the above stated Writ to me
directed and delivered, I shall expose for sale
by public venue and sell to the highest bidder
on Tuesday, 3/11/2014, at Two O’Clock in the
afternoon, prevailing time, at the Passaic
County Cour t House, Hamilton Street,
Paterson, that is to say:
The property to be sold is located in the CITY
OF CLIFTON, County of Passaic and State of
New Jersey.
Commonly known as: 565 GROVE STREET
UNIT F8
Tax Lot: # 6, CF008
in Block: # 53.11
KNOWN and designated as Condominium
Unit No. F-8, Building No. F, including the
improvements and appurtenants thereto, in
fee simple, in accordance with the provisions
of a certain Master Deed of Williamsburg
North, A Condominium, dated April 22, 1985;
and recorded May 14, 1985, in the Office of
the Register of Passaic County, in Deed Book
D 114, Page 357, and as amended by First
Amendment in Deed Book I-119 Page 78,
which Unit has been more specifically
defined in the aforementioned Master Deed,
subject to the restrictions, declarations,
covenants, easements, limitations, agreements, rights, privileges, obligations and
charges granted, created, reserved and
imposed by the aforesaid Master Deed, the
Certificate of Incorporation of Williamsburg
North Condominium Association Corp., its
By-Laws, the Rules and Regulations of the
Association, any Exhibits attached thereto,
and any amendments thereof, and is hereby
conveyed in conformity with R.S. 46:8B-10,
and includes a 1.1063985% Undivided
Percentage interest in the Common Elements
of the aforesaid Condominium pursuant to
the Master Deed, and includes a perpetual
and exclusive license to use Parking Space
No. F-8, and Storage Bin No. F-8, as designated on Exhibits annexed to the Master
Deed.
TAXES: Current through 4th quarter of 2013*
*Also subject to subsequent taxes, water and
sewer plus interest through date of payoff.
Pursuant to NJSA 46:8B-21 the sale may
also be subject to the limited lien priority of
any condominium/homeowner association
liens which may exist.
Surplus Money: If after the sale and satisfaction of the mortgage debt, including costs
and expenses, there remains any surplus
money, the money will be deposited into the
Superior Court Trust Fund and any person
claiming the surplus, or any part thereof, may
file a motion pursuant to the Court Rules
4:64-3 and 4:57-2 stating the nature and
extent of that person’s claim and asking for
an order directing payment of the surplus
money. The Sheriff or other person conducting the sale will have information regarding
the surplus, if any.
Approximate amount due Plaintiff on this execution: $ 51,747.79
The property shall be sold subject to all liens
and encumbrances of record and the Sheriff
makes no representation expressed or
implied as to the existence, amount or validity
of any liens and encumbrances on the property which is the subject matter of this Sale.
20% of the amount bid will be required as a
deposit at the time of Sale, in Cer tified
Check, Official Bank Check, or Money Order.
Balance to be paid within 30 days of Sale.
The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to
adjourn this Sale without further notice by
publication.
RICHARD H. BERDNIK
Sheriff
Post Eagle: 2/12/14, 2/19/14, 2/26/14, 3/5/14
Fee: $190.40