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Bobby Vinton - The Post Eagle Newspaper
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Bobby Vinton
- Page 2
Returns To New York
We Should
Leave Other
Nations Alone
- Page 2 (letters)
ARTSBEAT
With Staś Kmieć
- Page 4
Martha Stewart
Calls On NJ
Legislators
- Page 3
Pulaski
Police To Be
Honored
- Page 5
- Page 3 (see ad)
Polka Notes
- PAGES 8-9
Newspaper 2nd Class Mail - Date Mailed 10-11-13
For One Night Only
Performance
Bobby Vinton is coming to you!
“The most successful love singer of
the rock era”, according to
Billboard Magazine, and also
known as The Polish Prince, will
returned to New York for this one
night only performance.
If you haven't seen Bobby
Vinton live and in person, you must
see this legendary entertainer sing
and perform his countless hits.
Bobby has transcended time with
not only his many musical talents
and reminiscent entertainment, but
also his timeless and stronger than
ever voice.
Bobby is eagerly looking forward to this engagement with very
special interest. The backing of
the Jimmy Sturr Orchestra will
make Bobby's million selling
record hits: Melody of Love, Roses
Are Red, Blue Velvet, and many
more, a special musical event, not
to be missed.
Bobby says, "I always enjoy performing in the New York area. The
audiences are always the best. My
hits accompanied by the Jimmy
Sturr Orchestra adds a new dimension to the show that I am really
looking forward to. Hearing
Please Love Me Forever , There
I've Said It Again and Mr. Lonely
with the Sturr orchestra is going to
be great.”
Along with sharing songs, memories and stories, Bobby will also
be sharing his family during this
performance. Performing with
Bobby will be his two daughters,
Polish Heritage Celebrated In Flag
Raising Event At Pawtucket City Hall
PAWTUCKET, RI - Members and
friends of the Polish-American
community gathered Tuesday to
celebrate Polish American Heritage
Month and raise the distinctive
white and red colors of that nation's
flag outside City Hall.
“Be Polish, be proud of it,” Jean
Babiec, completing 25 years as
chair of the committee for the
event, told the group assembled in
the City Hall lobby. Babiec, a
retired teacher stepping down from
her capacity as chairman of the
Polish Subcommittee of the Rhode
Island Historical Preservation &
Heritage Commission, introduced
Renata Jarosz as her successor.
Edward Sanderson, executive
director of the Historical
Preservation
&
Heritage
Commission, said that thanks to
Babiec and others the Polish
Renata Jarosz (left), incoming
chair, smiles at a remark by Jean
Babiec, stepping down after 25
years as chairman of the Polish
Subcommittee of the R.I. Historical
Preservation
&
Heritage
Commission during ceremonies on
Tuesday, Oct. 1 at Pawtucket City
Hall for the annual raising of the
Polish flag for Polish Heritage
Month.
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Hannah and Kristin. Both
daughters performed with
Bobby while in Branson,
Missouri, at Bobby's, Blue
Velvet Theater. While there,
they sang along with The
Glenn Miller Orchestra. They
now join Bobby again on tour
with solo's and duet's.
Bobby's son, Rob, in addition to being Bobby's manager,
leads the band, plays bass, and
joins the family vocally
throughout the show as well.
Let Bobby entertain you and
take you back in time, in person, like only his love songs
can do.
If you haven't seen Bobby
Vinton live and in person,
you've never been entertained.
October 26, at 8 pm.,
Queen's College, Kupferberg
Center for the Arts proudly present BOBBY VINTON accompanied by the Grammy Award
winning,
Jimmy
Sturr
Orchestra. Ticket Box office:
718-423-8394.
See advertisement on page 5
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THE POST EAGLE
EDITORIAL COMMENTS
October 16, 2013
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Have an opinion... Drop us a line.
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Dear Readers,
I would like to talk to you about the Post Eagle and its future. This is
my first attempt at writing. I am not a writer, like my Dad, so please bear
with me.
50 years ago, this month (October 1963), my father, Chester
Grabowski, launched the first issue of the Post Eagle. Unfortunately he
didn’t get to see this milestone. He worked along with my mother very
hard to start up the paper and after many years saw the fruits of his labor.
The Post Eagle became a voice for the Polish American community. But
things have changed....
As you must be aware, newspapers these days are having a tough time
surviving. The Post Eagle is one of those newspapers. We would like to
be here for the Polish community for another 50 years, but we can only
do it with your help.
We do not want to raise the subscription price, because we know that
everyone is feeling the pinch these days. This also goes for the advertising rates.
So, in order to find a way to make up the loss and continue publishing, we started up the Post Eagle’s “Wall of Honor”, asking for your help
in the way of a contribution. The funds that we received so far have
helped to create our new website - www.posteaglenewspaper.com - and
have helped to defray some of our costs of publishing and mailing,
which have been steadily increasing over the years.
Another way to help would be to advertise if you have a business, a
product, a service, and so on. We know that there are many businesses
out there that are owned by members of our Polish community. Or, if
you know someone who has a business, or is a professional, or have ties
to a school, why not ask them to consider advertising in the Post Eagle.
Advertising is the lifeblood of a newspaper, and without it, it doesn’t
bode well.
Advertising not only helps us but the advertiser as well, because many
people might not be aware of your business, your product, school, band,
etc. Advertising can boost your sales, increase attendance at an event,
bring more people into your store, and add more clients. What about
those Polonians who are running for political office! They advertise in
local and national papers, what about the Post Eagle? But a note to all:
advertisers want to see some results for their ads, and if our readership
does not respond by buying a product or attending a function, they will
not advertise again.
If the Post Eagle is gone, where will you put your news, your photos,
your announcements? Polonia will have lost a voice that has always
been there for you. A vehicle for your opinions.... and not edited like
other newspapers. Most of the larger papers won’t even consider printing your letters to the editor, organizational news or even pictures without some type of charge, or not at all. You can’t rely on regular media to
publish the news about our community!
We have to keep our ethnicity alive! As one of our subscribers wrote,
each generation is losing a bit of its ‘Polishness’. Some do not even follow the beautiful Polish holiday traditions. We can not let this happen.
We have to preserve our Polish traditions and our culture. Our ancestry
does and should always matter. This is what the Post Eagle is trying to
keep alive! This is our purpose.
Besides cultural & historical aspects of our heritage published in our
newspaper, we are here to make people aware of the accomplishments
of our fellow Poles and Polish-Americans, our Polish organizations, our
Polish churches, etc., and the contributions of our ethnic group to society. You do not see this news in your regular newspapers.
We want people to be proud of their heritage... proud to be Polish!
That’s one thing my parents instilled in me and my brothers & sister, to
always be proud of being Polish and to stand up for our ethnic group.
Too many people have become apathetic and the Poles have been
ignored on so many fronts. Look.... Poland can’t even get visas! Even
today we still have TV programs that put down the Polish. We can’t sit
idly by and do nothing. When we see an injustice we have to confront it.
By writing letters, making calls, and getting the information into the
Post Eagle so the readers are aware of what is happening. This is one of
the jobs of the Post Eagle... to make our Polish community aware. But...
again.... we can’t do it alone, we need your help. That’s where you come
in. If you see something, send the news to us, we will print it. We don’t
have a staff of reporters like other larger newspapers have, I wish we
did, so we rely on our readership to let us know. WE ARE ONE BIG
FAMILY AND HAVE TO STICK TOGETHER!
As far as our new website, we want everyone to see it. YOU DO
NOT HAVE TO SUBSCRIBE ONLINE in order to have access to
the website. There are many things on our site that you can read. Some
of the stories, if you click on them, you can read; others you can’t unless
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Peace? We Should Leave
Other Nations Alone!
Hi Ya Mr. Hicswa,
How are ya,
You asked for my suggestion for
Peace. Here it is, just follow the
suggestions of those who started
this great Nation. Here is a quote
from a great man. The quote held
true then and more so today.
"I am for free commerce with all
nations, political connection with
none, and little or no diplomatic
establishment. And I am not for
linking ourselves by new treaties
with the quarrels of Europe, entering that field of slaughter to preserve their balance, or joining in
the confederacy of Kings to war
against the principles of liberty."
--Thomas Jefferson to Elbridge
Gerry, 1799. ME 10:77
In other words we should mind
our own business and leave other
Nations alone.
ALEXANDER KARWOSKI
The Real Message
of Pope Francis
Re: article “Media Politics and
The Pope” in PE 10/2/13
If the Catholic League for religious and Civil Rights wants to be
the “whistle-blower” for papal coverage, then they should be more
careful.
The Pope didn’t just say “A good
Catholic meddles in politics.” He
continued, “so that those who govern can govern . . . Let us pray for
our leaders, that they might govern
well, that they might advance our
homeland, might lead our nation
and even our world forward, for the
sake of peace and of the common
good,”
The emphasis is on “the common
good” – the central message of
Jesus.
The Pope didn’t just use the word
“lax” for priests, he also used the
word “severe”. Plus, he added that
the teachings be “always accompanied by God's love and patience”,
adding “Do not panic – the good
God awaits us. ... We must always
keep in mind the word 'accompany'
– let us be traveling companions.”
Yes, we are all against abortion,
but the Pope grouped together
unborn children, the aged and the
poor as among the most vulnerable
people whom Christians are called
especially to love.
Included in whom the Pope calls
us to love, he said, "We cannot
insist only on issues related to abortion, gay marriage and the use of
contraceptive methods," the pope
said in the interview, noting that he
had been "reprimanded" for failing
to speak often about those topics.
"It is not necessary to talk about
these issues all the time.”
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"The dogmatic and moral teachings of the church are not all equivalent," the pope added. "The
church's pastoral ministry cannot be
obsessed with the transmission of a
disjointed multitude of doctrines to
be imposed insistently."
Most importantly, Pope Francis
said, "We have to find a new balance; otherwise even the moral edifice of the church is likely to fall like
a house of cards, losing the freshness and fragrance of the Gospel."
Let us love one another. Let us
find ways to love one another. And,
let our meddling in politics be those
ways through which our God shines
His light.
MARILYN WIKIERA JOSE
Sources:
http://vaticaninsider.lastampa.it/en/t
he-vatican/detail/articolo/27882/;
h t t p : / / v i s n e w s en.blogspot.com/2013/09/the-popeto-priests-of-rome-alwaysstay.html;
http://www.catholicnews.com/data/
stories/cns/1303991.htm;
Prayers & Cards
Needed For
Tommy Thomas
Dear Editor,
I just wanted Tommy Thomas'
fans to know that Tommy has been
sick for awhile and that his cancer is
in pre-remission, but I am still
requesting cards of encouragement
and prayers for him. He has colon
cancer that spread to his liver. He
has been ill for 2 years but was not
diagnosed until May 2013. The
chemo seems to be working but he
is depressed and hopes to come
back playing sometime next year!
He has played music and taught
dancing for 42 years and has not
been able to play since December
2012. Thank you in advance!
Stephanie Thomas, wife of band
leader Tommy Thomas
3210 Honeysuckle Lane
Middle River, MD 21220
443-969-4361
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THE POST EAGLE
Martha Stewart Calls On N.J. Legislators PRCUA Awarded Gloria Artis Silver Medal
CHICAGO, IL – The Polish need and to provide a sense of
To Help Protect Pigs From Cruelty
Roman Catholic Union of America belonging, of identity, a feeling of
Sept. 27, 2013 -- New Jersey native
Martha Stewart has written to
members of the New Jersey legislature on behalf of breeding pigs. In
an open letter, she urges lawmakers
to reaffirm their support for a
statewide ban on the extreme confinement of breeding pigs in gestation crates—cages roughly the size
of pigs’ bodies that are so small,
the animals can’t even turn around.
Stewart states, “These animals
have committed no crime, yet
they’re treated worse than even the
most violent criminals would be
treated. No prisoner in our state –
or country, for that matter – is kept
in a cage so small he can’t turn
around for months on end. This is
torture, and we shouldn’t permit it
to be inflicted on anyone, especially animals who have done nothing
to deserve such callous punishment.”
Stewart adds her voice to the
majority of New Jersey voters, 91
percent of whom support this legislation according to a survey by
Mason-Dixon Polling & Research.
In May, the state legislature
overwhelmingly voted to prohibit
these inhumane devices, with the
Assembly passing the bill by a vote
of 60 to five and the Senate by a
vote of 35 to one.
That legislation, S.1921, would
require that pigs used for breeding
be able to at least stand up, lie
down, turn around and extend their
limbs. Gov. Christie, under pressure from out-of-state pork inter-
ests, vetoed the bill.
A coalition of animal welfare
organizations then launched a campaign asking legislators to override
the veto. The campaign includes a
television commercial from The
Humane Society of the United
States showing pigs in gestation
crates.
McDonald’s, Costco, Safeway,
Kroger, Oscar Mayer and more
than 60 other leading food companies have announced plans to eliminate gestation crates from their
supply chains, while many traditional farmers have avoided using
gestation crates for generations.
The controversial confinement system has come under fire from veterinarians, farmers, animal welfare
advocates, animal scientists, consumers and others.
– Anna West
The Humane Society
www.humanesociety.org
FACTS:
• Nine states and the entire
European Union have passed legislation to outlaw gestation crates.
• World-renowned animal scientist
and meat industry advisor Temple
Grandin, Ph.D., states, “Gestation
crates for pigs are a real problem...
Basically, you’re asking a sow to
live in an airline seat ... I think it’s
something that needs to be phased
out.”
• More than 100 New Jersey-based
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(PRCUA), the oldest Polish fraternal organization in the United
States, celebrated the 140th
anniversary of its founding in
1873. The organization was begun
in Detroit, MI, but has been headquartered in Chicago since 1874.
On October 4th, festivities began
with the Opening of the Exhibit
entitled “140 Years of PRCUA
History” at the Polish Museum of
America in Chicago, IL. The
Exhibit was curated by Kathryn
Rosypal and Lidia Kowalewicz,
editors of Narod Polski newspaper,
with assistance from PMA
Archivists Halina Misterka, Teresa
Sromek and Photo Curator Julita
Siegel. A large crowd was in attendance to view the vintage photographic collection and rare historical artifacts – including the original
Constitution hand-written by Jan
Barzynski, one of the PRCUA’s
three founders - that were on display.
The celebration continued the
next day with Mass being concelebrated by PRCUA National
Chaplain Rev. Walter Ptak, and
seven priests at St. Stanislaus
Kostka Church in Chicago, IL at 4
p.m. This is the parish in which the
PRCUA’s first national office was
located in 1874.
After Mass, a Gala Banquet was
held at White Eagle Banquets in
Niles, IL. Guest speakers included
His Eminence Francis Cardinal
George, Archbishop of Chicago;
Hon. Maciej Pisarski, Deputy
Chief of Mission, Republic of
Poland; and Hon. Paulina
Kapuscinska, Consul General of
the Republic of Poland in Chicago.
Consul General Kapuscinska graciously presented the PRCUA with
the “Gloria Artis Silver Medal for
Cultural Merit” from the Polish
Ministry of Culture & National
Heritage of the Republic of Poland.
Accepting this most auspicious
award, on behalf of the PRCUA,
was National President Joseph A.
Drobot, Jr., who expressed sincere
gratitude to the Republic of Poland
for this great honor.
In his remarks, President Drobot
said, “Why did our ancestors come
to America? Because America
offered two things; Freedom and
hope. Freedom and hope to dream
of a better life with opportunities
for themselves and their families
for generations to come.” He went
on to point out that “We are the
beneficiaries of that hope and those
dreams! In 1873, the PRCUA was
formed. It was founded to fill a
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Country and as a provider of information and representation in the
new country.” The PRCUA has,
indeed, been fulfilling that role for
14 decades and looks forward to
continuing to serve the Polish
American community long into the
future.
Other speakers included Frank
Spula, President, Polish American
Congress & Polish National
Alliance, and Allison Koppel,
Executive
Vice
President,
American Fraternal Alliance.
Guests were entertained with lively
Photo credit: Julita Siegel
PRCUA President Joseph Drobot,
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Medal from R.P. Consul Gen.
Paulina Kapuscinska.
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ARTSBEAT. . . and Culture
by Staś Kmieć
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OPERA: Eugene Onegin with Kwiecień and Beczała
The Metropolitan Opera opened its 2013-14 season with the acclaimed
new production of Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegin – a coproduction with the
English National Opera. Russian soprano Anna Netrebko opened her third
consecutive Met season as Tatiana, the naïve
heroine from Pushkin's classic novel. Polish
baritone Mariusz Kwiecień portrayed the selfconfident title character, in a much-admired
interpretation that he has sung in many of the
world's leading opera houses, and Polish tenor
Piotr Beczała reprised his acclaimed performance as Onegin's friend-turned-rival, Lenski.
Cutting straight to the heart of the work,
director Deborah Warner’s staging shows
how Onegin is simultaneously about two colliding Russian societies—rustic provincialism
and cosmopolitan decadence—and three wasted lives.
Eugene Onegin is performed again on Wednesday, October 16 at 7:30
pm, and Saturday, October 19 at 8:00 pm with the opening night cast.
Additional performances play in November and December with different
lead vocalists.
October 20.
• The Snow Geese – Samuel J. Friedman Theatre, 261 West 47th St. In the
mid-1910s, the Gaesling family wakes up from their life of privilege as the
world around them changes forever. Starring Mary-Louise Parker, this fresh
work comes courtesy of Manhattan Theatre Club. With World War I raging
abroad, newly widowed Elizabeth Gaesling, who grapples with life-changing issues concerning her two sons, while gathering her family for their
annual shooting party in upstate New York. The cast also includes Danny
Burstein and Victoria Clark. In previews; opening: October 24.
TV: Not-so-historical Period Drama
Reign – a period drama television series following the early years of Mary, Queen of Scots
will premiere on October 17 at 9:00 pm and air
weekly on Thursdays on the CW network. While
it might not receive an “A” in historical accuracy,
it succeeds as entertainment and will surely be a
pure guilty pleasure. The drama, which follows
a young Mary as she arrives in 1557 France to
marry the prince, brings intrigue and danger to
the storyline.
The Tale of Two Carries
New Film Version
In the third film adaptation of
Stephen King’s 1974 supernatural
horror novel, Carrie will return to
the movie screen on October 18.
MGM and Screen Gems, who are
producing the film, employed a
script that is reportedly more faithful
to King's original story. The film stars Chloë Grace Moretz as the titular
Carrie White, and Julianne Moore as Carrie's mother, Margaret White.
Carrie: Blood, Fire & Ballet
The teen rage and effects of bullying – a pivotal aspect of the storyline
can be experienced in a different form as The Love Show troupe presents
Carrie: Blood, Fire & Ballet – a dance homage to the classic tale of terror
on October 25, 26 and 30, 8:00 pm at La Luz – 135 Thames Street in
Bushwick, Brooklyn. Director Rachel Klein and choreographer Angela
Harriell join forces to adapt this dark coming of age story with passionate
dance, aerial acrobatics and stylized theatrics. Tickets at:
www.carrieballet.eventbrite.com; information: www.laluznyc.com or
www.theloveshownyc.com.
TV: American Horror Story Returns
Two Legendary Singers
Broadway – A Night with Janis Joplin
This musical journey which recently opened at the Lyceum Theatre – 149
West 45th St celebrates the life of the rock pioneer, Janis Joplin, focusing on
her fierce love of music, emotional performance style and well-acknowledged influences.
With a voice like whiskey and a laugh like pure
joy, Janis Joplin took the music scene by storm.
Simultaneously rough and vulnerable, Joplin was
dubbed the Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll, proving music
wasn’t just a man’s world anymore. Packed with
classic songs, the show also shines the spotlight on
trailblazers who influenced Janis – like Bessie
Smith, Etta James and Aretha Franklin.
Off-Broadway – Lady Day
Lady Day, which features Tony and multiple
Grammy Award winner Dee Dee Bridgewater as the
late, legendary jazz artist Billie Holiday, recently
opened at the Little Shubert Theatre – 422 West 42nd
St., between 9th and 10th Ave.
An original play with music based on the life of
Billie Holiday features a cavalcade of Holiday hit
songs and tells the inspired and heart-wrenching
story of how Billie attempts a final comeback performance. The production
features over 25 standards, including "Don't Explain," "Good Morning
Heartache," "A Foggy Day (In London Town)," "Them There Eyes,"
"Strange Fruit," "My Man," "God Bless the Child" and "Mean to Me."
For more information: www.ladydaythemusical.com.
Another year, another version of the FX network’s American Horror
Story – a show noted for its exceptional writing, characters and award-winning performances. This season, Ryan Murphy transplants viewers to New
Orleans in Coven.
It's been around 300 years since the Salem witch trials. Those who
remain are almost extinct and in
danger again. The anthology
series' third chapter is set in present-day New Orleans, where
young witches coming of age
learn their craft at Miss
Robichaux's
Academy
for
Exceptional Young Ladies. The
school's headmistress Cordelia
(Sarah Paulson), however, has a
different opinion about teaching than her mother Fiona (Jessica Lange), the
Supreme witch of their coven. The themes include witches, witch hunts,
minorities, slavery, mothers and daughters, and witchcraft versus voodoo
and will be set in modern day and the 1830s. Angela Bassett plays historical voodoo priestess Marie Laveau, and Kathy Bates portrays another historical figure – serial killer Marie Delphine LaLauri.
The brave new world of the Internet is visited in Two Boys – an opera in
two acts by American composer Nico Muhly. It was first performed by
the English National Opera in 2011. The United States premiere will be
staged at the Metropolitan Opera opening on October 21 for six performances. The ENO and the Met shared the initial production costs. Using the narrative structure of a police investigation into a violent crime, the opera
explores the world of online relationships and chatrooms, and was billed as
"a cautionary tale of the dark side of the internet." The English-language libretto by American playwright Craig Lucas recounts the real-life
events of two teenagers whose chat-room existence led to a near-fatal stabbing. The production is designed by Bartlett Sher, and marks the Tony-winning director's fifth show at the Metropolitan Opera. Tickets:
www.MetOperaFamily.org; (212) 362-6000.
Two Broadway Openings
Photographic Show at Skulski Gallery
• A Time to Kill – John Golden
Theatre, 252 West 45th St. The
world will find out this fall,
when A Time to Kill, John
Grisham's debut effort, becomes
the writer's first book to be adapted into a stage play. The 1988
novel — about an idealistic
Southern lawyer defending a
black man who has taken the law
into his own hands in answer to
an unspeakable crime committed against his daughter. This emotionally
charged drama is a thrilling courtroom battle where the true nature of what
is right and what is moral are called into question. In previews; opening:
The Skulski Art Gallery of the Polish Cultural Foundation – 177
Broadway in Clark, NJ is presenting a photographic exhibit by artists
Frederick Dammont and Roman Demko through November 1. Amateur art
photographer Dammont is a veteran of more than fifty one-man photographic print exhibitions. Born in Lviv, Ukraine (formerly Lwów, Poland) Demko
is an architect by profession and a photographer by passion. For more information: 732-382-7197.
Two Boys Premieres at the Met
Benefit Concert at Polish Museum of America
Pianist Maciej Grzybowski will present a concert on October 25 at 7:00
pm in the Sabina P. Logisz Great Hall of The Polish Museum of America –
984 N. Milwaukee Ave in Chicago, IL. Grzybowski will be in Chicago as
part of his first U.S. concert tour of the United States. For information:
www.PolishMuseumOfAmerica.org.
Evening of
Music AT PCF
NEW JERSEY - The Polish
Cultural Foundation invites you to
an evening of music on Friday,
October 18, 2013 at 8:00 p.m. in the
Grand Hall. The Foundation is
located at 177 Broadway, Clark, NJ
07066. The piano recital will feature performing artist, Malgorzata
Goroszewska, in a rare appearance
at the Foundation.
Malgorzata Goroszewska is currently pursuing a Master’s of Music
under Professor Joseph Kalichstein
at The Juilliard School (New York).
A Polish native, she grew up with
affinity for the Polish composer
Fredric Chopin. In 2010 she was
honored by the Polish Institute in
Vienna for her interpretations of
Chopin’s music and was awarded
the Warsaw City Scholarship of
John Paul II. Last year, she toured
with the international orchestra “I,
Culture Orchestra”, an ongoing
project to bring Eastern and
Western Europe together through
music.
Malgorzata was born in 1988 in
Bialystok (Poland), where she later
started her music education. In her
teenage years she participated in
numerous music competitions as a
soloist, chamber musician, collaborative pianist, theorist and composer in Poland and abroad. She
received three artistic scholarships
in 2007: the Otwarta Filharmonia
Agrafki Muzycznej, the Podlaskie
Marshal's Scholarship and the
Morningside Music Bridge –scholarship from Mount Royal College
in Calgary.
At 19, the pianist began her
undergraduate studies at the F.
Chopin University of Music in
Warsaw (Poland), as a student of
Edward Wolanin piano class. She
continued her education at UMFC
in Warsaw and also at the
Hochschule fur Musik, Theater und
Medien Hanover (Germany) on
“the Erasmus” scholarship in 2011,
cooperating
with
pianists
Christopher Oakden and Bernd
Goetzke.
Malgorzata has taken part in
numerous festivals and Master
classes in Poland as well in Canada,
Austria, and Germany. She has
worked with numerous of the most
renowned artists and professors of
our time.
Ticket will be sold at the door.
Adults are $10 and children under
12 are free. For further information, please call the Foundation’s
office at 732-382-7197 or visit our
website at www.pcfnj.org.
Bal Polonaise
Debutante Presentation
of the P.C.C.
PENNSYLVANIA - The Polish
Cultural Council is seeking additional Debutantes for its annual Bal
Polonaise on Saturday, November
16. Escorts are available if one is
needed. The event will be held at
The Circuit Center & Ballroom in
Pittsburgh, PA.
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Pulaski Police To Be Honored By P.A.C.
BROOKLYN N.Y. .. It’s going to
be the Pulaski Association of the
New York City Police Department
who will be served with a citation
when the Downstate Division of
the Polish American Congress
(PAC) holds its Annual Awards
Banquet at Greenpoint’s Polish &
Slavic Center on October 26th.
The reason for it? For being one
of New York’s outstanding Polish
American organizations for more
than a half-century, according to
PAC president Frank Milewski.
Accepting the award on behalf of
the Pulaski Police will be their current president Michael Lukowski.
Both the Congress and the
Pulaski Association are mainstay
organizations of the Polish community (Polonia). Acting as that community’s umbrella organization, the
Congress was founded in 1944,
only twelve years prior to the
establishment of the Pulaski
Association in 1956.
The Pulaski group was created
as a Polish fraternal organization
within the N.Y. City Police
Department. Over the years it has
Photo by Downstate NY PAC
L-R: Michael Lukowski and
Frank Milewski
grown to a membership of 1,500
active and retired City police officers of Polish and Slavic heritage.
And it was the initiative and
imagination of the Founders
Committee which further led to the
creation of the Grand Council of
Polish Associations. It was the
Grand Council which then encouraged the establishment of Polish
fraternal organizations within
police departments in the neighboring counties of Westchester,
Nassau and Suffolk and in major
cities like Buffalo, Philadelphia,
Cleveland and Chicago.
Civil servants from other ethnic
groups have also formed similar
fraternal organizations in the N.Y.
City Police Department. “But
when it comes to displaying pride
in their Polish heritage, it’s hard to
beat the police of the Pulaski
Association,” said Milewski.
The PAC’s Awards Banquet on
Saturday, October 26th will be held
at The Polish & Slavic Center’s
banquet hall is at 177 Kent Street
in Greenpoint, Brooklyn (the renovated building which once was the
former St. Alphonsus Church).
Detailed information is available at
(718) 383-5290.
Also to be honored that evening
are Rev. Joseph Szpilski of St.
Stanislaus
Kostka
Parish;
Congressman Peter King (R-NY);
Brooklyn Borough President Marty
Markowitz; Marie Sklodowska
Curie Professional Women’s
Association and the Society of
Polish American Travel Agents.
– Frank Milewski
Wilkes University Polish Room
Committee Makes Plans For
64th Annual Kosciuszko Ball
PENNSYLVANIA – The 64th Annual Kosciuszko Ball by the Wilkes
University Polish Room Committee will take place on January 18, 2014 at
the Woodlands Inn and Resort, Plains Township, PA. A $3,000 scholarship
will be presented to a student of Polish background with a high academic
average. The Judianne Stanitski Scholarship for $1,000 will be given to
another student by Frank and Monica Stanitski. Music will be provided
by the George Tarasek Orchestra. The ball is open to the public. Call for
reservations... Rose Fritzen (570) 696-3076. In photo above, Kosciuszko
Ball Committee, left to right: Rose Fritzen, invitations; Delphine Bienick,
chairperson; Josephine Kline, sponsors & patrons; Jeri Jecen, reservations; Audrey Brozena, co-chairperson; Bernadine Tarasek, publicity. Not
in picture: Jean Levandowski, decorations.
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orchestra, and family members to sing all his most beloved hits and many
more favorites. It’s a dazzling concert event that showcases one of music’s
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Smacznego!
Share your favorite recipes with our readers.
Scalloped Potatoes
Recipe by
Mary Rose Piatek
(10 3/4 oz.) can cream of
celery soup or cream of
mushroom soup
1/2 c. milk
1/4 c. parsley
Dash pepper
4
c. thinly sliced potatoes
1
sm. onion, thinly sliced
1
tbsp. margarine or butter
Dash of paprika
Combine soup, milk, parsley and
pepper. In a 1 1/2 quart casserole,
arrange alternate layers of potatoes, onions and sauce. Dot top
with butter. Sprinkle with paprika. Cover. Bake at 375 degrees
for 1 hour, then uncover and bake
15 minutes more or until potatoes are done. Makes 3 1/2 cups.
2013 Clifton
Veterans Day
Parade
CLIFTON, NJ - The 2013 Clifton
Veterans Day parade will kickoff at
2 PM from the Athenia Veterans
Post, Huron Avenue in Clifton on
Sunday, November 10. The parade
will be celebrating the 60th
anniversary of the end of the
Korean War.
The Clifton High School
Marching Band will again lead the
parade along with bands from surrounding cities, marchers from Boy
Scouts, Girl Scouts, Avenue of
Flags volunteers, American Legion
and VFW posts, military transports
and floats with many veterans.
The parade route will take the
marchers up Huron Avenue to Van
Houten Avenue to the City Hall
Complex where the annual tribute
to our Veterans will commence. The
1572 flags, raised by the Avenue of
Flags volunteers, will greet guests
and remain up until 4 PM Monday,
November 11.
Organizations who would like to
participate may call organizer Keith
Oakley at 201 774-6666. Please
support the parade by greeting the
marchers along the parade route
and at city hall. Clifton is one of the
few cities still conducting a parade
because of the dedication of volunteers who raised the needed funds.
Please support the efforts of these
volunteers and line the parade route
and cheer them on.
Volunteers are needed to raise the
1572 flags on Sunday, November
10 at 7AM and taken down on
Monday at 4 PM. The Avenue of
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VALERIE GRABOWSKI-CAMPBELL
PNA Lodge #3216 Celebrates Polish Heritage Month
Polish American Club of Toms River Events
ORLANDO, FLORIDA - The Polish National Alliance Lodge #3216
is celebrating Polish Heritage Month 2013 with a proclamation issued
by Governor Scott’s office received on the 20th of September. PNA
Lodge #3216 is planning a gala celebration of this event and for details
please call William J. Odahowski at 407-365-2586 or send e-mail to:
[email protected] for upcoming details on this event. For additional details on Lodge 3216 and membership, write: William J.
Odahowski, 1155 Kerwood Circle, Oviedo, FL 32765-6194.
NEW JERSEY – The Polish American Club of Toms River announces
the following events: October 30 (rescheduled from 10/16) Memorial Mass for the living and deceased members of the club at
St. Joseph's Church in Toms River at 10:00 am followed by a
brunch at the Clarion. Please call Frank Zwolinski for more information and tickets at 732-240-0556. October 23 – Polish Fest at the Royal
Manor in Garfield, with lunch show and dancing. December 4 – Frankie
Avalon’s Christmas Show at the Taj Mahal in Atlantic City. Includes
bus, show and $25 slot credit. For information please call Janice
Zwolinski at 732-240-0556 or Helen Gulya at 732-281-1422. Please
note that you don’t have to belong to the club to attend any of these trips.
Feast of Blessed Jerzy Popieluszko
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NO CHARGE FOR THE LISTING – email: [email protected]
NEW JERSEY – The Feast of Blessed Jerzy Popieluszko (1947 1984) will be celebrated on Saturday, October 19th with a Holy Mass at
9 a.m. and veneration of the relic at Divine Mercy Parish - St. Mary’s
Church, 232 Central Ave., Rahway. For more information visit
www.divinemercyparishnj.com
Pancake Breakfast
PENNSYLVANIA - The Polish American Cultural Center Museum
Pancake Breakfast will be held on Saturday, October 19th at Applebee's,
2535 Castor Avenue, Port Richmond section of Philadelphia, 8 to 10
A.M. Unlimited amount of pancakes, sausage, orange juice, coffee or
tea. For more information call Theresa Romanowski 215-922-1700. A
portion of the proceeds benefit the Pulaski Day Parade.
Astronomy Night At The Intrepid
NEW YORK - Spend a night viewing the far reaches of the galaxy during Astronomy Night at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, located at Pier 86 (46th Street and 12th Avenue) in Manhattan, on Saturday,
October 19 from 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM. Local astronomers will be on
hand with high-powered telescopes to help you navigate the night sky
and offer talks and demonstrations on space science. Guests are welcome to bring their own binoculars and telescopes. The event is free and
open
to
the
public.
Please
RSVP
at
[email protected] *PLEASE NOTE: ASTRONOMY
NIGHT IS WEATHER PERMITTING*
Penny Social
NEW YORK - The General Pulaski Memorial Committee of Orange
County, NY will hold their 7th annual Penny Social on Friday, October
25th at St. Joseph School Hall, Glenmere Ave., Florida, NY. Doors will
open at 5 pm and calling at 7 pm. There will be a Christmas Money
Tree, a Big Bucks Scarecrow display and numerous door prizes.
Refreshments are available. Call Stella (845) 291-8706, Gloria (845)
651-7424 or Catherine (845) 544-4141. Donations are appreciated.
Hypnosis Counseling Center Offers Workshops
NEW JERSEY - The Hypnosis Counseling Center with offices in
Bloomfield, Princeton, Flemington and Frenchtown will present a special set of workshops on Mon. Oct. 21st for Smoking Cessation (6:307:30 pm), Weight Loss (7:30-8:30 pm) and The Tuning Method (8:309:15 pm) at Rutherford High School, Mortimer Ave., Rutherford. Each
workshop includes hypnosis exercises, discussion and an optional CD
(fee), which assists in reinforcing immediate results and long range success. The workshops can be taken individually or as a set. Participants
will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis. For registration, cost
of each workshop or more information call (201) 438-7675 x 2115.
Hypnosis is a medically approved method of tapping the normally inaccessible power of the mind and correcting negative behavior.
Italian / Hispanic Luncheon
NEW JERSEY - St. John Lutheran Church of Passaic will hold an
“Italian / Hispanic Luncheon” on Sunday, October 20th at 11:30/Noon.
Proceeds will go towards a new roof for the church. The church is located at 140 Lexington Avenue in Passaic. For more information call 973779-1166.
Beefsteak Dinner
NEW JERSEY – The Assumption of the Holy Virgin Orthodox Church
will hold its’ 27th Annual Beefsteak Dinner on Saturday, November
2nd, at the church hall, corner of Huron and Orange Ave. (off Van
Houten Ave.) in Clifton. Delicious dinner provided by Nightingale’s!
Beverages and ice supplied. Feel free to bring your own wine. Doors
open at 7 p.m. (There will be pizza for the kids). Reservations required
by Sunday, October 27th. No tickets will be sold at the door. For reser
vations call Barbara Polk at 973-473-3773.
Master Gardeners of Bergen County Meeting
NEW JERSEY - At the next meeting of the Bergen County Master
Gardeners, there will be a program: “Diggin’ In - Garden Tool
Maintenance” presented by Pamela Davis. Everyone is welcome to join the
Master Gardeners to learn all about how and when to take care of your gardening tools, and learn about new tools, and some old forgotten tools, too.
The presentation will be held on: Tuesday, October 22, at 7:30 pm, at The
County Administration Building, One Bergen Plaza, County Place,
Hackensack, in the 1st Floor Multi Purpose Room. There is plenty of parking & easy access to the building. Meetings are open to all interested gardeners, free of charge, and refreshments, followed by announcements, start
at 7 pm. For more details, directions or other Master Gardeners activities,
please contact: Tracey Fraser (201) 768-1856 or visit website:
http://mgofbc.org Also, please support the special food collection: The
Master Gardeners "Cans for Community" project, helping our neighbors in
need. Please donate any non-perishable food items or, donate a monetary
gift: gift card or check.
Polish Harvest Festival “Dozynki”
PENNSYLVANIA – You are invited to attend the Polish American
Heritage Month Celebration Polish Harvest Festival – Dozynki sponsored by the Polish American Cultural Center Museum and the Polish
American Congress - Eastern Pennsylvania Division on Sunday,
October 27th. Program highlights: “Dozynki” Harvest Mass 10:30 am at
St. Adalbert Church, Thompson St. & Allegheny Ave. in Philadelphia’s
Port Richmond section; “Dozynki” Harvest Festival 12 noon to 4 pm at
St. Adalbert’s Auditorium, Thompson St. & Allegheny Ave. Food &
refreshments, live music & dancing, Polish Folk Dancers, arts, crafts,
displays and other entertainment. It’s a community-wide celebration of
Polish heritage. Admission is FREE! For additional information call
(215) 922-1700 or internet: PolishAmericanCenter.com
Consular Visit To Piast Institute In October
HAMTRAMCK, MICH. - The Consulate General of the Republic of
Poland in Chicago would like to inform you that it is organizing a consular
visit the 26th and 27th of October. It will be held at the Piast Institute located at 11633 Joseph Campau, Hamtramck, MI 48212. During the consular
visit we will only be dealing with applications for a polish passport. NO
WALK-IN APPOINTMENTS ARE AVAILABLE. Also, space is limited for
this visit. Applicants are required to bring two passport photos. The Piast
Institute cannot schedule appointments; applicants must call one of the consular officers listed below:
Jacek Bryniak, tel. 312 337 8166 ext. 228
Barbara Sala, tel. 312 337 8166 ext. 235
e-mail: [email protected]
BIRTHDAY WISHES
NEW JERSEY – Birthday wishes to Polka promoter Fran Fierst of
Manville, celebrating her birthday on October 17th. Happy Birthday
from your children, grandchildren, relatives, all your Polka fans and
Chris & Jean of the Post Eagle. Sto Lat!
JIMMY STURR FAN CLUB
BIRTHDAY WISHES to: Joan Ference, NJ - 10/17. Lorraine
Sheehan, CT; Anita Walther, NY - 10/18. Karen Kretsch, NY;
Lorraine Jeski, CT - 10/19. Kay Misnick, NY; Janice Dahlen, ND;
Stephanie Dulka, CT - 10/21. Hank Danelli, NY - 10/23.
ANNIVERSARY WISHES to: Chester & Francis Abramek, NY 10/18. Joe & Jan Coel, WI - 10/19. Edward & Barbara McCormick,
NJ - 10/20. Lucille Molinaro, PA - 10/21. Robert & Maria Shea, CT 10/22.
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POLISH HERITAGE (CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE)
Subcommittee was one of the first
cultural panels to form under the
commission, which now has now
more than 20 such subgroups.
Sanderson, noting he had attended
many of the Polish flag raising
events in Pawtucket, also congratulated Babiec on her “many years of
excellent service.”
The Rev. Darius Jonczyk, pastor
of St. Joseph Parish in Central Falls
and administrator for St. Stanislaus
Kostka Parish
in Woonsocket
and a native of
Poland, led the
gathering in
reciting the
Lord's Prayer,
first in Polish
and then in
English.
D y l a n
Zelazo, city
director of constituent services and
communications, said this year
marked the 405th anniversary of
the first Polish settlers in America.
Zelazo said the Polish-American
community in Pawtucket and the
Blackstone Valley had added to the
area's quality of life and the
“wealth of cultures” found
throughout the region.
The group gathered outside for
the singing of the Polish National
Anthem and “America the
Beautiful” and the raising of the
Polish flag, two equal stripes with
white over red that became the
national flag in 1919 and traces
back to 1831. They then adjourned
back to City Hall for refreshments
including Polish desserts.
The Polish Subcommittee's
annual cultural display
will be on
exhibit in the
display case
in the City
Hall lobby
throughout
the month of
October. The
special display on Pope
John Paul was compiled by Cheryl
Babiec. The display is not only
comprised of pictures and carvings,
but also a grouping of native dolls
in their native costumes from the
countries that Pope John Paul visited.
– Doug Hadden
Office of Mayor Grebien
Members and friends of the Polish-American community gather outside
City Hall on Tuesday, Oct. 1 for the annual raising of the Polish flag for
Polish Heritage Month.
BAL POLONAISE
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The Polish Cultural Council's
annual Bal Polonaise is an evening
full of enchantment with dining,
dancing and dignitaries filling the
Ballroom at the The Circuit Center.
For more than 20 years the Bal
Polonaise has been the premier
social event in the Polish-American
community and the primary
fundraising activity in support of
the Council's educational and cultural programs.
As the highlight of the evening,
debutantes are presented to society.
At the conclusion of the presentation, honored guests and dignitaries
lead the entire assemblage in the
historic and stately Grand
Polonaise.
For additional information, visit
www.polishculturalcouncil.org or
write: Polish Cultural Council, P.O.
Box
81054,
Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania 15217. Phone: 412871-3347.
veterinarians signed on to a letter
expressing
support
for
A.3250/S.1921.
• The Star-Ledger editorialized in
support of A.3250/S.1921, calling
it “basic decency,” and the Courier
Post also editorialized in favor of
the ban.
• The Times of Trenton printed an
op-ed in support of A.3250/S.1921.
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dances performed by the Wesoly
Lud Polish Folk Dance Ensemble
and Polonia Ensemble –Chicago
dance groups sponsored by the
PRCUA. Over 300 people were in
attendance at this anniversary
jubilee.
The PRCUA is proud to be the
largest Polish Roman Catholic fraternal benefit society in America.
2013 Kochanska Sembrich Vocal Award Presented
By David Motak
Since its inception in 1948, the
American Council for Polish
Culture (ACPC) and its national
affiliates have produced a wide
range of programs supporting and
promoting artists, scholars and
musicians who have helped to
advance an awareness and appreciation of Polish culture in the
United States. For over forty
years, the ACPC's Marcella
Kochanska Sembrich Voice
Competition and Vocal Award have
been foremost among these initiatives. Each year, through a national competition, the ACPC Music
Committee selects one emerging
young vocalist as the recipient of
the $1,500 Vocal Award in support
of the young artist's career development. As part of this process, the
selected vocalist is invited to present a recital at the organization's
annual convention. The American
Council for Polish Culture is proud
to announce that Soprano Sarah
Kate Walston has been selected as
the recipient of the 2013 Marcella
Kochanska Sembrich Voice Award.
The Award was presented on
August 4, 2013 at the ACPC's
annual Convention in Baltimore,
Maryland.
Ms. Walsxcvb ton, a native of
Richmond, Virginia, received a
Bachelor of Music Degree at Lee
University and a Master of Music
degree and Graduate Performance
Diploma at the Peabody
Conservatory. She has performed
with the Baltimore Symphony, the
Annapolis Symphony and the
Virginia Symphony. She has
attended Lorin Maazel's Castelton
Residency for Young Artists program, the Fairbanks Summer Arts
Festival and was engaged as a
Virginia Opera Spectrum Resident
Artist during the 2010/2011 season.
She has played numerous operatic
roles including Musetta in La
Boheme, Despina in Cosi fan Tutte
and Zerlina in Don Giovanni,
among others. Ms. Walton has
received numerous enthusiastic
reviews from music critics nationwide. According to the Cleveland
Daily Banner, "To possess a voice
so silvery that it soars among the
more memorable classical timbres
has made Sarah Kate Walston a
musical must see...."
Ms. Walston's August 4th recital
included selections from Donizetti,
Mozart (Le nozze di Figaro), Hugo
Wolf and Richard Strauss. The
broad spectrum of her repertoire
ranged from these classical pieces
to a selection of Songs from Kurpie
Opus 58 by Karol Symanowski,
which the artist sang in Polish, to
popular tunes by Duke Ellington
and traditional spirituals. The
accompanist for the recital was
pianist Joy Schreier of Maryland.
Ms. Walston was introduced by
the chair of the ACPC Music
Committee Alicia Dutka, of the
affiliate Polish Arts Club of
Chicago, who presented the soloist
with the 2013 Marcella Kochanska
Sembrich Vocal Award. Members
of the Music Committee include
Jaroslaw Golembiowski, of the
Chicago Chopin Society; Robert
Celebrating the presentation of the ACPC's 2013 Marcella Kochanska
Sembrich Vocal Award are (left to right) President Deborah Majka,
pianist Joy Schreier, Music Committee members Jaroslaw Golembiowski,
Dr. Wanda O'Brien Trefil, Soprano Sarah Kate Walston, Committee member Robert Synakowski, and Music Committee Chair Alicia Dutka.
Synakowski, of the Polish Heritage
Club of Syracuse, NY; and Dr.
Wanda O'Brien Trefil, of the Polish
American Arts Association of
Washington, D. C. who has accepted the appointment as Chairman of
the Music Committee at the ACPC
August National Convention.
The Marcella Kochanska
Sembrich Vocal Competition and
Award honors Polish vocalist
Marcella Kochanska Sembrich, a
coloratura soprano who is regarded
as one of the most brilliant representatives of the vocal art of all
time. The Polish artist was born in
1858 near the former Polish city of
Lwów in the Austrian administrative region of Galicia. Kochanska
Sembirch had an important singing
career, chiefly at the New York
Metropolitan Opera, the Royal
Opera House, Covent Garden,
London and was a tremendous
favorite at the Italian Opera in St.
Petersburg, Russia. The Polish coloratura made her American debut
in 1883 with the newly founded
Metropolitan Opera Company after
a sensational European career. Her
retirement in 1909 was a gala affair
at the Met, but she continued to
give recitals until 1917. Kochanska
Sembrich then taught privately and
at the Juilliard and Curtis schools
for as long as her health permitted.
She died in New York in 1935.
Throughout her life, Kochanska
Sembrich was a great Polish patriot. During World War I she served
as President of the AmericanPolish Relief Committee of New
York. She was wholly devoted to
raising money, food stuffs and
clothes for her suffering countrymen.
Founded in 1948, the American
Council for Polish Culture, Inc.
(ACPC) is a national non-profit,
charitable, cultural and educational organization that serves as a
network and body of national leadership among affiliated Polish
American cultural organizations
throughout the United States. The
council represents the interests of
some 21 affiliated organizations
located in the 15 states and the
District of Columbia. Further
information can be found at
www.polishcultureacpc.org.
Congratulations
Very Reverend
William Chromey
on your
50TH ANNIVERSARY
of Ordination
Your journey of care, love, guidance
and service has been a great comfort,
inspiration and example for us all.
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October 16, 2013
THE POST EAGLE
Entertainment • Entertainment • Entertainment • Entertainment • Entertainment • Entertainment • Entertainment
by
STAN SKAWINSKI
6908 Ranch Rd. • Sarasota, FL 34243
Tel/Fax (941) 359-8790 – e-mail: [email protected]
Hey Polka Fans! Don’t forget the
big “Polka Dance” coming up this
Sunday, October 20th at the K. of
C. Hall located at 30 Crescent Ave.
in Spotswood, NJ. Dancing 2-6
p.m. to THE POLKA COUNTRY
MUSICIANS from CT. Kitchen &
cash bar available – Please do not
BYOB or BYOF! Tickets will be
sold at the door or call Chris 732269-9085 or Loretta 732-833-2659
for more information. Everyone
welcome….. Keep Polka Music
Alive in New Jersey! See ad on
polka pages.
••••
“OKTOBERFEST DANCE” this
Sunday, October 20th at the
German Club in Pawtucket,
Rhode Island. Doors will open at 1
p.m. with food & refreshments
available. Music/ dancing 2-6 p.m.
to THE SQUEEZE BOX BAND
featuring Mollie “B” and Ted
from Ohio. Don’t miss this fun
time. Call Erika 401-723-3569 or
Annie 508-678-8116 for tickets and
more information……. Remember
polka fans, The German Club will
have a “Special Halloween Polka
Dance” next Sunday, October 27th
with music by DENNIS POLISKY
& THE MAESTRO’S MEN (CT).
Dancing 2-6 p.m. Make your plans.
See ad on polka pages.
••••
The annual “POLKA BENEFIT
DANCE” is set for Sunday,
November 10th at the K. of C. Hall,
Pine Road & Route 29 West in
Saratoga Springs, NY. Music for
your dancing & listening pleasure
by DENNIS POLISKY & THE
MAESTRO’S MEN. Polish/
American Kitchen & cash bar will
be open. Do not BYOB or BYOF!
Polka recordings on sale by Eddie
Grzyb. Advance tickets $13.00 are
now on sale till November 1st. Bus
groups welcome. Call Steve or
Cathy Coblish 518-899-3061 or
email [email protected] .
Tickets at the door will be $15 if
available. Dance proceeds benefit
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10TH
featuring for your listening and dancing pleasure
DENNIS POLISKY
& THE MAESTRO’S MEN
PROCEEDS BENEFIT KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS BUILDING FUND!
ADVANCE TICKETS: $1300
Dancing 2-6 p.m.
Advance sale ends on Nov. 1st
K. of C. HALL
(518) 899-3061
Rt. 29 West & Pine Rd.
email: [email protected]
Tickets sold at door if available
Saratoga Springs, NY
POLISH KITCHEN & CASH BAR 2-6 PM - POLKA RECORDINGS ON SALE BY EDDIE GRZYB
in... Pawtucket
GERMAN AMERICAN CULTURAL SOCIETY
78 Carter Ave., Pawtucket, RI • 401-726-9873
October 27th
2-6
p.m.
Dennis Polisky
and The Maestro’s Men
Coming Attractions:
Sunday, Nov. 17 • Lenny Gomulka Chicago Push
Sunday, Dec. 8 • Eddie Forman Orchestra
Sunday, Feb. 16 • Dennis Polisky & The Maestro’s Men
Sunday, April 6 • Eastern Sound Polka Band
Nice Wooden Floor
Air-Conditioned Hall
Doors open 1 pm
Food/Cash Bar Available
For tickets / table reservations & information, call
Erika Danner 401-723-3549 – Annie Golembewski 508-678-8116
Email: [email protected] – Facebook: gacsri.org
the Knights of Columbus Building
Fund. See ad on polka pages.
••••
The Polish American Citizens
Club, 355 East Street in Ludlow,
Ma will be featuring EFO - EDDIE
FORMAN ORCH. this Sunday
afternoon October 20th. Polka
dancing from 3-7 p.m. Call Ed
Szela 413-567-1961 for more information.
••••
“Polka Dancing” this Sunday,
October 20th at the Polish American
Club on North Main Street in
Bristol, CT. On the bandstand from
3-7 p.m. will be JOE STANKY &
HIS CADETS from Nanticoke,
PA. Cash bar & Kitchen will be
available. For more information call
Gary 860-525-1944 or the Polish
Club 860-589-9720.
••••
“OKTOBERFEST TIME” next
Saturday, October 26th at the Polish
American Pulaski Club on
International Speedway Boulevard
West in Daytona Beach, Florida.
Doors will open at 11 a.m. with
music, fun and dancing from 12
noon till 8 p.m. Two (2) great bands
THE NORTHERN LITES w/
Marc Bouchard plus THE
POLKA CLASSICS will be supplying the musical entertainment.
Special Polka Jam Session from 3-4
p.m. Enjoy plenty of food &
refreshments. Don’t miss this fun
time Oktoberfest. Call Polish Club
President Gene Zelinsky 386-4417050 for more information.
••••
“FALL POLKA DANCE” Sunday,
October 20th at the Polish American
Social Club, 7500 Route # 1 in Vero
Beach, Florida. Music/ dancing,
food and refreshments from 2-5
p.m. Kitchen will have pulled pork
& cash bar available. Dancing to
The Harbor Bros. Band from
Hollywood, FL. Plan to come and
join in the fun. For more information call 772-778-0039 or email
[email protected]
••••
On October 19th & 20th, The Boys
continue their Midwestern tour as
they travel to North Central
Wisconsin to perform for the fabulous WDEZ Octoberfest Weekend at
the North Star Mohican Casino &
Resort, W12180 County Road A,
Bowler, WI. The Boys will perform
on Saturday from 5 pm - midnight
and Sunday from noon - 6 pm along
with other great polka bands.
Contact
Jeff
Heinz
at
[email protected] or (715)
842-1672 for more exciting details.
••••
The George Clay Fire Company
Active Association and Auxiliary
from West Conshohocken, PA
announce that there will be a Polka
Party on Sunday, October 27th from
2-6
p.m.
featuring
“The
Shoreliners”. Dinner, beer, soda,
BYOB. For more information call
610-828-6161.
•••
FRI. OCT. 18
JOE STANKY & HIS CADETS
(5:30-9:30) Oktoberfest - Big Creek
Grove, Lehighton, PA
••••
(PLEASE TURN TO PAGE 9)
Lenny Gomulka Says
“Save The Music”
The polka world has
always focused on preserving music and preserving cultural traditions.
Not until now has the discussion come up to save
the music as we know it.
Polka music has been
known to bring friends
together. It's been a family
form of wholesome entertainment and it's been a
genuine way for people to
meet people.
In the newest CD just
released
by
Lenny
Gomulka & Chicago
Push the focus has shifted
from "preserving" the music to
"saving" the music. Not as simple
as it may seem, polka music needs
to be saved from falling by the wayside. Polka music unlike other
musical genres consists of a unique,
loyal, passionate fan base. Those
pure polka fans & enthusiasts are
indeed the spirit and inspiration for
every bandleader, every musician,
every polka promoter. Collectively,
entertainers & fans alike need a unified approach to re-image polka
music in order to gain more respect.
The word is already out there.
Even VH1 has formed their Save
The Music Foundation to develop
strategic partnerships with school
districts and to build sustainable
instrumental music programs to
public elementary and middle
school students. It's been proven
that the benefits of music education
are astounding and studies have
consistently exposed the tremendously positive effect music education has on a child’s academic per-
formance, sense of community,
self-expression and self-esteem.
This is exactly what "Save the
Music" by Lenny Gomulka &
Chicago Push is all about.
Children's involvement is key and
it's up to the polka community to
encourage that and make it happen.
This new "Save the Music" CD
release with Lenny Gomulka &
Chicago Push captures photos of
Lenny's son, 7-year old Teddy
Gomulka enjoying his musical
moment. It also features the 7-year
old singing along on a song that he
himself composed. This is why it's
called "Save the Music" and this is
what polka music needs much more
of. Together let's "Save the Music"
with Lenny Gomulka & Chicago
Push featuring 15 tracks of which
12 are all-new compositions. CD's
are
available
on-line
at
www.chicagopush.com or by sending $17 to Chicago Push, 30
Woodland Place, Ludlow, MA
01056. (See advertisements in various Post Eagle publications)
Keep Polka Music in New Jersey!
Sunday, October 20th
K. OF C. HALL
30 Crescent Ave., Spotswood, NJ
Cash Bar & Kitchen
Available – DO NOT
BYOB or BYOF!!!
Dancing 2-6 p.m.
featuring
POLKA COUNTRY MUSICIANS
Tickets: $15 – Call
Chris 732-269-9085 or
Loretta 732-833-2659
HAWAIIAN
Aloha!
POLKA IRISH CRUISE
Visit all of the Hawaiian Islands OAHU • MAUI • KAUAI • KONA • HILO
Thursday, May 29 - Sunday, June 8, 2014
with Jimmy Sturr & His Orchestra
and Special Guest,
Irish Star Andy Cooney
www.jimmysturr.com
DAY
Sat
Sun
Mon
Tue
$125 on board credit
Wed
Includes Air Fare from Newark $2899 Thu
Call for color brochure Inclusive Fri
1-800-724-0727 or locally 651-4266. Sat
Two nights at the Marriott Waikiki Beach
Hotel, seven day cruise aboard NCL
Cruise Liner THE PRIDE OF AMERICA,
visit all the Hawaiian Islands and more!!!
DATE
May 31
Jun 1
Jun 2
Jun 3
Jun 4
Jun 5
Jun 6
Jun 7
ITINERARY
PORT
Honolulu, Oahu, HI
Kahului, Maui, HI
Kahului, Maui, HI
Hilo, Hawaii, HI
Kona, Hawaii, HI
Nawiliwili, Kauai, HI
Nawiliwili, Kauai, HI
Honolulu, Oahu, HI
ARRIVE
7:00pm
8:00am
6:00pm
8:00am
7:00am
8:00am
2:00pm
7:00am
DEPART
6:00pm
6:00pm
October 16, 2013
THE POST EAGLE
St. Joseph’s Parish
Annual Polish Picnic
Entertainment •
RHODE ISLAND – St. Joseph Parish in Central Falls held its Annual
Polish Picnic on Friday, Saturday & Sunday – September 6-7-8, 2013.
Polish and American foods and pastries, plus a variety of drinks and ice
cream were enjoyed by all. Music on Sunday was provided by the Eastern
Sounds.
– Submitted by Jean Babiec
POLKA NOTES
Kitchen help awaiting orders.
SAT. OCT. 19
THE ABLEMEN (6-10) Elks Club,
Middletown, NY
JOHN GORA & GORALE –
PIATKOWSKI BROS. ORCH. Polish Villa 2, Cheektowaga, NY
JOE STANKY & HIS CADETS
(5:30-9:30) Oktoberfest- Big Creek
Grove, Lehighton, PA
EDDIE FORMAN (Polka Mass
4:30 p.m. – Dance 6-10) Polish
Home, South Grafton, MA
JIMMY STURR (4 p.m.) Shoreline
Oktoberfest – Guilford Fairgrounds,
Guilford, CT
DENNIS POLISKY & THE MAESTRO’S MEN (3-6) Oktoberfest –
Ocean Mist Restaurant, Mantunuck,
RI
JOHN STEVENS DOUBLE SHOT
(12 noon) Maryland Zoo, Baltimore,
MD
•••
POLKA COUNTRY MUSICIANS
(2-6) K. of C. Hall, Spotswood, NJ
JIMMY STURR (2 p.m.) The
Riverfront, Newburgh, NY
THE INTERNATIONALS (2-6)
Sacred Heart Church, Cornwall, PA
THE GOLDEN TONES ( 2-6) VFW
Hall, Dupont, PA
OUR GANG BAND (3-7) Polish
American Citizens Club, Clifton
Heights, PA
EDDIE FORMAN (3-7) Polish
American Citizens Club, Ludlow,
MA
JOE STANKY & HIS CADETS (37) Polish American Club, Bristol,
CT
SQUEEZE BOX BAND w/ Mollie
“B” & Ted (2-6) German Club,
Pawtucket, RI
THE NORTHERN LITES w/ Marc
Bouchard (2-5:30) Polish American
Club, Daytona Beach, FL
EDDIE BILINSKI SOUNDS OF
THE SOUTH (3-6) Polish American
Club, Holiday, FL
HARBOR BROS.
BAND (2-5)
Polish American Club, Vero Beach,
FL
•••
By Don Haderle
Gruber Family Band Rocks
At Teske’s, September 28th
For a moment we entertained spending Saturday
afternoon at the Oktoberfest at the Hacienda Gardens
in Saratoga, where the AlpinersUSA (Joe
Domitrowich) and the Internationals were performing until late night. I
found out that there was no dance floor and the area for dancing was gravel and dirt. So this was a drinking Oktoberfest not a dancing Oktoberfest,
which doesn't quite match our tastes. So we passed on this event.
In the evening we joined the
Gruber Family Band for another
fun-filled night at Teske's
Restaurant in San Jose. Scotty prepared a vegetarian strudel that was
positively yummy. I don't really
know how those folks can eat the
Schweinhaxe - a huge hunk of
meat! On this evening we had a
boisterous group at an adjoining
table who enjoyed the GBF
hijinks. I did my best to rabblerouse and stir them up, bringing
the entire table out for the cowboyn-indians song/dance, the chicken
dance, the many swings, and any
other reason I could think of.
Everyone was wowed when
Michael Kramer played his gartenschlauch (garden hose and funnel).
Michael is a trumpeter and gets
amazing sounds out of the mouthpiece and hose. The place was hopping all night with beer stein holdSchweinhaxe
ing contests, amateur yodelers, and
much more.
Radio Stations & Internet Shows
Listen to your favorites
Walt Procanyn Bandstand Show
Saturday 7-8 pm; Monday Midnight; Thursday 4 am; Friday 10 am
Click on... 247PolkaHeaven.com
The Polka Magic Radio Network
John “Lil-Jas” Lesniewski & Bob Pawlak
Saturday 9 am-12 noon EST – WSPN FM 91.1
Listen Live at www.skidmore.edu/wspn
Polkamagicradio.com – [email protected] – (518) 580-5783
WED. OCT. 24
Jimmy Sturr “Polka Session”
STANKY COALMINERS (2-4)
Woodlock Pines, Hawley, PA
• • •
Bill Shibilski’s Polka Party
THURS. OCT. 25
STANKY COALMINERS (2-4)
Woodlock Pines, Hawley, PA
•••
SAT. OCT. 26
Mother and daughter from Woonsocket in front of homemade baked good.
Polka Out West
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 8)
SUN. OCT. 20
Brockton, MA & Fall River represented.
Page 9
JIMMY STURR ORCH. / BOBBY
VINTON SHOW (8 p.m.) Queens
College Performing Arts Center,
Flushing, NY
THE PA VILLAGERS (7-11) St.
James Church, Lititz, PA
JOHN STEVENS DOUBLE SHOT
(4-8) St Benedict’s Church, Parsons,
PA
EDDIE FORMAN (6-11) Polish
Community Center, Chelsea, MA
THE NORTHERN LITES w/ Marc
Bouchard – THE POLKA CLASSICS ( 12 noon- 8 p.m.) Polish
American Club, Daytona Beach, FL
LENNY GOMULKA & CHICAGO PUSH (7-11) ConnWeissenberger Legion Hall, Toledo,
OH
Sundays 12 noon – WGHT (1500 AM) Radio
Sat. 6 pm – www.polkajammernetwork.org
(email: [email protected])
Sun. 6 pm – WFDU 89.1 FM & www.wfdu.fm
(email: [email protected])
247PolkaHeaven.com
Over 40 shows weekly.... www.247PolkaHeaven.com
Polka Jammer Network
24 Hours A Day – www.polkajammernetwork.org
JOHN GORA & GORALE – Polish
Home, Burlington Ontario, Canada
•••
SUN. OCT. 27
THE BUFFALO TOUCH ( 2-6)
Ukrainian Club, Cohoes, NY
JOHN STEVENS DOUBLE SHOT
(2-6) VFW Hall, Dupont, PA
POLKA COUNTRY MUSICIANS
(3-7) Polish American Citizens
Club, Ludlow, MA
EDDIE FORMAN (2-5) Town Hall,
Ashfield, MA
DENNIS POLISKY & THE MAESTRO’S MEN ( 2-6) German Club,
Pawtucket, RI
THE NU SOUNDZ (3-6) Polish
American Club, Holiday, FL
LENNY GOMULKA & CHICAGO PUSH – ONE MORE TIME
BAND (2
p.m.) Swan
Valley
Banquet Hall, Saginaw, MI
THAT’S IT FOR NOW……….
HAPPY POLKA DANCING!!!
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October 16, 2013
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EDITORIAL (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2)
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Editor
P.S. If you have any comments or ideas, please send them to me. I
would like to know your opinion.
Annie’s
Pondering
Puzzles
by Annie
Golembewski
1. HAMMER
Match & Scrambler
A. MIARA NA TAŚMIE
2. WRENCH
B. GWAŁTOWNE SKIĘCENIE
3. SCREWDRIVER
C. LAUBZEGA
4. PLIERS
D. CIEŚLA
5. SAW
E. SZCZYPCE
6. JIGSAW
F. CIĘŹARÓWKA
7. NAIL
G. MŁOTEK
8. TAPE MEASURE
H. ŚRUBOKRĄT
9. CARPENTER
10. TRUCK
I. PIŁA
J. GWÓŻDŹ
• TOOLS (Match the English words in column 1 to the Polish ones in column 2)
1. YKNNO HPACUTS
_________________________
2. LOASS
_________________________
3. ZACASPĘT
_________________________
4. NURSZ
_________________________
5. KKIÓLTN
_________________________
6. OŃK
_________________________
7. OWRAK
_________________________
8. ABR
_________________________
9. CIZĘKI
_________________________
10. ROHANC
_________________________
• Unscramble the Polish words dealing with COWBOYS.
SEE ANSWERS ON PAGE 12
OBITUARIES
Marie “Manya” Dybicz Lewandowski
PENNSYLVANIA - Marie
"Manya" Dybicz Lewandowski,
age 88, a resident of Roxborough,
Philadelphia, and Pocono Springs
Estates, Gouldsboro, Pa., passed
away peacefully on Wednesday,
September 25, 2013, at Einstein
Medical Center in Philadelphia.
A retired Billing Department
Manager, born in Swedesburg, Pa.
on December 27, 1924, she was the
daughter of the late Joseph A. and
Helena B. (Sojkowski) Dybicz.
She is survived by her brother,
Edward J. Dybicz and was preceded in death by her husband,
Edward A. Lewandowski, who
died July 4, 1981. She is also survived by her Godchildren, whom
she loved with her whole heart and
soul,
Elaine
Parciak
of
Southington, Connecticut, Anthony
Hines of Harrisburg, Pa., Maria
Hughes of Arlington, Virginia,
Alma Jakielaszek of Spring City,
Pa., and Roberta Nelson of
Swedesburg, Pa.
A graduate of the Sacred Heart
of Jesus Parochial School, Class of
1939, Swedesburg and Upper
Merion High School, Class of
1943, she also attended the former
Norristown Business College. She
was a life member of the Sacred
Heart of Jesus Roman Catholic
Church, Swedesburg, and a member of the Children's Choir from
1931 to 1939 and the adult St.
Cecelia's Choir since 1939. She
was active with church organizations including the Polish Festival
and the Christmas Bazaar. She was
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE NOTICE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 153984 F N/A
Docket Number: F 005819 12
Wherein VOLT ASSET HOLDINGS NPL3 is
the plaintiff and PAUL JAKOWENKO, ET AL.
are defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
GEORGE CRETELLA Attorney(s)
(732) 290-7600 Attorney File # VOT-311
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, 10/29/2013, 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: 28 CENTER STREET
Tax Lot: # 43
in Block: # 4.10
Dimensions: 87.50 x 25.00 and 87.50 x 25.00
Nearest cross street: PARKER AVENUE
Subject to: Tax Sale Certificate No. Amount
$8,000 open taxes
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: $ 462,686.43
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: 10/2/13, 10/9/13, 10/16/13,
10/23/13
Fee: $128.80
known as an accomplished pianist,
organist and vocalist, performing at
many local, Philadelphia and New
Jersey churches, and was a member
of the former Polish Eucharistic
Choir, Philadelphia Archdiocese.
She also served as co-coordinator
for the Channel 6 Television
Sunday Mass, Communications
Division of the Archdiocese of
Philadelphia.
During World War II, Marie volunteered as a nurses aid with the
Civilian Defense. She was an avid
seamstress and embroiderer,
designing many originals. Her
favorite hobby was in culinary arts,
she loved to prepare gourmet foods
and exquisite desserts. Her original, novel recipes were published
over the years in many national
magazines and newspapers, includLEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 154000 F N/A
Docket Number: F 14900 12
Wherein ONE WEST BANK FSB is the plaintiff and KERRY ANN N. CLARKE, ET ALS
are defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
MCCABE WEISBERG & CONWAY P.C.
Attorney(s)
(856) 858-7080
Attorney File # 365-0827-10022
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, 11/12/2013, 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: 179-197 COLUMBIA
AVENUE UNIT 15
All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land,
with the buildings and improvements thereon
erected, situate, lying and being in the CITY
of PASSAIC, County of PASSAIC, State of
New Jersey:
BEING known and designated as Unit No. 15
situated in Columbia Schoolhouse
Condominiums together with an aggregate
6.66667 undivided percentage interest in the
General Common Elements of said
Condominium appurtenant to the aforesaid
units in accordance with and subject to the
terms, limitations, conditions, covenants,
restrictions, easements, agreements and provisions set forth in the Master Deed and ByLaws of said Condominium, dated July 02,
1987 and recorded July 07, 1987 in the
Passaic County Register’s Office in Deed
Book C119 page 502 as the same may now
or hereafter be lawfully amended.
COMMONLY known as: 179-197 COLUMBIA
AVENUE, UNIT - 15 COLUMBIA SCHOOLHOUSE, PASSAIC, NEW JERSEY
IN COMPLIANCE with Chapter 157, Laws of
1977, premises herein are Block-4094.A Lot
21C0015 on the tax map of the above municipality.
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 4:572 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: $ 242,592.03
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
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 153999 F N/A
Docket Number: F 13183 12
Wherein DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY is the plaintiff and
BENNY BELLS, ET ALS are defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
MCCABE WEISBERG & CONWAY P.C.
Attorney(s)
(856) 858-7080
Attorney File # 365-1067-13520
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, 11/12/2013, 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: 16 BARRISTER
STREET UNIT 175 BLDG 6 175
All that certain Lot, piece or parcel of land,
with the buildings and improvements thereon
erected, situate, lying and being in the City of
Clifton, County of Passaic, State of New
Jersey.
Being all that certain real property subject to
the provisions of the State of New Jersey
Condominium Act, N.J.S.A. 46:8B-1 et seq,
its amendments and supplements and situate, lying and being in the City of Clifton,
County of Passaic, State of New Jersey, more
particularly described as Unit 175 Building 6
situate in Bromley Green At Cambridge
Crossings Condominium, a New Jersey
Condominium, together with an aggregate
0.4702 percent undivided interest in the
Common Elements of said Condominium
appurtenant to the aforesaid Unit, in accordance with and subject to the terms, limitations, conditions, covenants, restrictions,
easements, agreements and other provisions
set forth in the Master Deed for Bromley
Green
At
Cambridge
Crossings
Condominium, dated October 14, 2002,
recorded October 25, 2002 in the Passaic
County Register’s Office in Deed Book D-497
page 1, and Declaration of Covenants,
Easements and Restriction for Cambridge
Crossings in Deed Book D-497, Page 143
and any further amendments thereto.
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 4:572 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: $ 455,603.52
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
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE NOTICE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 153993 F N/A
Docket Number: F 059812 10
Wherein WELLS FARGO BANK, NA is the
plaintiff and ANTHONY RUSSO; ET AL are
defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
ZUCKER GOLDBERG & ACKERMAN
Attorney(s)
(908) 233-8500
Attorney File # XFZ-145815/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, 11/12/2013, 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 (Hewitt), County of
Passaic and State of New Jersey.
Commonly known as: 5 HAWTHORNE
ROAD WITH A MAILING ADDRESS OF 5
HAWTHORNE ROAD
Tax Lot: # 4 in Block: # 1803
Dimensions: 80 x 100
Nearest cross street: MAGNOLIA 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: $ 412,110.05
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
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE NOTICE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 153996 F N/A
Docket Number: F 31640 10
Wherein WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A. is the
plaintiff and KELVIN MARTINEZ; ET AL are
defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
ZUCKER GOLDBERG & ACKERMAN
Attorney(s)
(908) 233-8500
Attorney File # XFZ-139295/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, 11/12/2013, 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: 130 BURGESS PLACE
Tax Lot: # 5 in Block: # 2183
Dimensions: 115 x 25
Nearest cross street: FEDERAL STREET
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: $ 359,131.30
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: 10/16/13, 10/23/13, 10/30/13,
11/6/13
Fee: $168.00
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE NOTICE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 153990 F N/A
Docket Number: F 010285 11
Wherein 1187 MAIN AVENUE ASSOCIATES,
LLC is the plaintiff and THE KOREAN
SOHMYUNG CHURCH OF NEW JERSEY,
INC., ET ALS. are defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
Cutolo Mandel, LLC Attorney(s)
(732) 414-1170 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, 11/12/2013, 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: WEAVER ROAD
Tax Lot: # 21 AND 24
in Block: # 12001 AND 12501
Dimensions: 68 Acres (Vacant Land)
Nearest cross street: OTTERHOLE ROAD
Tax Lien recorded in Passaic County dated
4/28/11 recorded on 6/10/11, DB 11507,
Page 227 in the amount of $3,210.60
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: $ 125,530.04
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: 10/16/13, 10/23/13, 10/30/13,
11/6/13
Fee: $135.80
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 153992 F N/A
Docket Number: F 015843 12
Wherein POLICE & FIREMEN’S SYSTEM
BOARD OF TRUSTEES BY ITS ADMINISTRATIVE AGENT NEW JERSEY HOUSING
& MORTGAGE FINANCE AGENCY is the
plaintiff and CHRISTOPHER STRAUB ET AL
are defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
POWERS KIRN, LLC Attorney(s)
(856) 802-1000
Attorney File # 20113-1798-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, 11/12/2013, 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: 17 WOODLAND ROAD
Tax Lot: # 14 in Block: # 936
Dimensions: 100 x 130
Nearest cross street: STETSON ROAD
SUPERIOR INTEREST (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.
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: $ 443,250.20
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: 10/16/13, 10/23/13, 10/30/13,
11/6/13
Fee: $137.20
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 153994 F N/A
Docket Number: F 006008 11
Wherein DLJ MORTGAGE CAPITAL INC. is
the plaintiff and JUAN C. MINUCHE, ET AL
are defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
PLUESE BECKER & SALTZMAN LLC
Attorney(s)
(856) 813-1700 Attorney File # 68475
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, 11/12/2013, 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: 110 MADISON AVE
Tax Lot: # 18
in Block: # 12.10
Dimensions: 114.00’ x 36.00’
Nearest cross street: 1ST STREET
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: $ 584,494.69
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 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: 10/16/13, 10/23/13, 10/30/13,
11/6/13
Fee: $127.40
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 153974 F N/A
Docket Number: F 010044 12
Wherein LPP MORTGAGE LTD. is the plaintiff and JOHN J. KLEPACKI; JACQUELINE
KLEPACKI are defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
MILSTEAD & ASSOCIATES, LLC Attorney(s)
(856) 482-1400
Attorney File # 34.17291
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, 10/22/2013, 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 North Haledon, County of Passaic and
State of New Jersey.
Commonly known as: 32 HARMON PLACE
Tax Lot: # 8
in Block: # 11
Dimensions: 135 x 100
Nearest cross street: Belmont Avenue
The sale is subject to any unpaid taxes and
assessments, tax, water, and sewer liens and
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. All interested parties are to conduct and rely upon
their own independent investigation to ascertain whether or not any outstanding interests
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 only be entitled to a return of the
deposit paid. The Purchaser shall have no
further recourse against the Mortgagee or
the Mortgagee’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: $ 356,637.74
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: 9/25/13, 10/2/13, 10/9/13,
10/16/13
Fee: $165.20
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 153978 F N/A
Docket Number: F 007359 12
Wherein DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY, ETC. is the plaintiff and
BRIAN M. BARKER, ET UX are defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
MILSTEAD & ASSOCIATES, LLC Attorney(s)
(856) 482-1400
Attorney File # 68.18188
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, 10/22/2013, 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: 56 MAPLE PLACE
Tax Lot: # 23
in Block: # 11.10
Dimensions: 40 x 101
Nearest cross street: Washington Avenue
The sale is subject to any unpaid taxes and
assessments, tax, water, and sewer liens and
other municipal assessments. The amount
due can be obtained from the local tax
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. All interested parties are to conduct and rely upon
their own independent investigation to ascertain whether or not any outstanding interests
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 only be entitled to a return of the
deposit paid. The Purchaser shall have no
further recourse against the Mortgagee or
the Mortgagee’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: $ 377,333.74
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: 9/25/13, 10/2/13, 10/9/13,
10/16/13
Fee: $165.20
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 10)
her bright smile, thoughtful ways
and unending displays of affection
that she had for everyone who
came into her life. She will forever
be remembered for her unique personality and touch of laughter that
she shared daily with those around
her.
Mrs. Lewandowski was an office
staff member of the former
American Screw Company of
Norristown, Lee Rubber and Tire
Corp., Conshohocken, and Golden
Clothes, Inc., Conshohocken. She
was a promotor of The Apostolate
of Divine Infant Association; The
Marians of The Immaculate
Conception;
The
Central
Association of The Miraculous
Medal, Germantown; The Spiritual
Society of the Sacred Heart and
The Miraculous Medal Society of
St. Mary Seminary, Perryville,
Missouri, a St. Jude League
Member of the Claretian Mission; a
Lourdes Prayer League Missionary
Oblates of Mary Immaculate, The
Josephites Society of The Sacred
Heart, Baltimore, Md., and
Honorary Citizen of Boys Town,
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE NOTICE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 153987 F N/A
Docket Number: F 34660 10
Wherein WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A. is the
plaintiff and PRIMCHAN MAHARAJ; ET AL.
are defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
ZUCKER GOLDBERG & ACKERMAN
Attorney(s)
(908) 233-8500
Attorney File # XFZ-140009/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, 10/29/2013, 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: 55 RAMAPO ROAD
Tax Lot: # 4
in Block: # 4010
Dimensions: 126 x 133
Nearest cross street: POMPTON 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.
“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.”
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: $ 400,341.10
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: 10/2/13, 10/9/13, 10/16/13,
10/23/13
Fee: $165.20
Nebraska.
A Funeral Mass was held on
Monday, September 30, 2013 at
Sacred Heart Church, 120 Jefferson
Street, Swedesburg, PA 19405.
Interment was in St. Augustine
Cemetery. Mass Cards are preferred but Memorial Contributions
may be made to The Sacred Heart
Church or Mother Theresa
Missionaries of Charity, 335 East
145th Street, Bronx, NY., 10451.
Arrangements by The Bernard S.
Gutkowski Funeral Home,
Swedesburg, Upper Merion Twp.,
Pa.
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 153370 F N/A
Docket Number: F 62101 09
Wherein FIFTH THIRD MORTGAGE COMPANY is the plaintiff and GINO C. MEDINA
AND ERICA B MEDINA are defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
MATTLEMAN WEINROTH & MILLER
Attorney(s)
(856) 429-5507
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, 10/29/2013, 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: 203 HIGHLAND
AVENUE
Tax Lot: # 56
in Block: # 4099
Dimensions:
Nearest cross street: BEGINNING AT A
POINT ON THE SOUTHERLY SIDE OF
HIGHLAND AVENUE, DISTANT 209.84
FEET EASTERLY FROM THE CORNER
FORMED BY THE EASTERLY SIDE OF
L E X I N G TO N AV E N U E W I T H T H E
SOUTHERLY SIDE OF HIGHLAND AVENUE
AND RUNNING; THENCE (1) NORTH 71
DEGREES 00 MINUTES EAST ALONG THE
SOUTHERLY SIDE OF HIGHLAND AVENUE
25.00 FEET THENCE (2) SPUTH 19
DEGREES 00 MINUTES EAST, 200.00
FEET; THENCE (3) SOUTH 71 DEGREES
00 MINUTES WEST, 25.00 FEET; THENCE
(4) NORTH 19 DEGREES 00 MINUTES
WEST, 200.00 FEET TO THE POINT AND
PLACE OF BEGINNING.
MORE OR LESS DEPENDING ON AN
ACCURATE SURVEY
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 perso n
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: $ 492,185.02
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: 10/2/13, 10/9/13, 10/16/13,
10/23/13
Fee: $165.20
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SHERIFF’S SALE
Superior Court of New Jersey
Chancery Division - Passaic County
Sheriff Number: 153981 F N/A
Docket Number: F 018609 12
Wherein WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A. is the
plaintiff and JOSE ARROYO ET AL are
defendants
Execution for Sale of Premises.
ZUCKER GOLDBERG & ACKERMAN
Attorney(s)
(908) 233-8500 Attorney File # XWZ-153957
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, 10/29/2013, 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: 80 LUDDINGTON AVE
Tax Lot: # 21
in Block: # 18.06
Dimensions: 50 x 123.11
Nearest cross street: THIRD STREET
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 4:57-2 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: $ 321,550.62
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: 10/2/13, 10/9/13, 10/16/13,
10/23/13
Fee: $166.60

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