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JUNIATA PARK
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Vol. 76
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The traffic island ‘Triangle’ where
Castor Avenue brings together
Cayuga Street and Wingocking Street
has long been a bland-looking piece
of concrete ... dating back to the
beginnings of the neighborhood. In
recent years, it’s become a place for
people to park their trucks and unload
used flea-market items for sale to
passing motorists.
The Juniata Action Committee (JAC)
believes that they have a better plan
for the Triangle -- a beautiful garden
with flowers and bushes, along with a
monument welcoming visitors to
Juniata Park.
Rev. David Scudder, Chairperson of
the “Triangle Task Force” for the JAC
is excited about the prospects. He told
task force members at last month’s
JAC meeting that the triangle has
become a safety hazard because of
the cars pulling over to look and
purchase items from the vendors who
show up on a daily basis at this busy
intersection. He hopes that ideas for
change come to fruition soon.
“I have nothing against someone
trying to make a buck,” said Rev.
Scudder, regarding the people selling
on the Triangle. It’s just not the best,
or safest place to do it. He suggested
the possibility of a local shopping
center, such as the Erie Plaza at L St.
& Erie Avenue, for vendors to rent
space out in the back of the lot for
Flea Market sales.
The Triangle is surrounded by the
Juniata Golf Course, the new Twins at
Powder Mill, the Carl Mackley
Apartments, CVS, and Piccoli
Playground. It provides a perfect spot
to welcome those passing through,
coming in to shop, or even residents
returning home with a beautiful sight.
The Juniata Action Committee is
willing to take ‘ownership’ of the
Triangle -- taking care of the greenery.
Funding the project is a matter of
concern, but the group is optimistic.
The main concern now is getting the
permission to do the project. Councilwoman Maria Quinones Sanchez’s
office is currently working to obtain
that permission for the JAC. In the
meantime, the flea markets continue,
putting people at additional risk of
car accidents.
Anyone interested in helping with
the project can call the Juniata Action
Committee at 267-205-1452.
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New App for iPhone & iPad Helps Report Fraud in Philly
* On April 25, 1719,
Daniel Defoe’s fictional work “The
Life and Strange Adventures of
Robinson Crusoe” is published. The
book, about a shipwrecked sailor
who spends 28 years on a deserted
island, is based on the experiences
of Alexander Selkirk, a Scottish
sailor who spent four years on a
small island off the coast of South
America in the early 1700s.
* On April 29, 1854,
the Ashmun Institute, the first
college founded solely for black
students, is officially chartered in
southeastern Pennsylvania.
Renamed Lincoln University after
the Civil War, its graduates include
poet Langston Hughes and Supreme
Court Justice Thurgood Marshall.
As an innovative approach to
meeting today’s rapidly-changing
technological landscape, City
Controller Alan Butkovitz launched
the City of Philadelphia’s first fraud
reporting app called, “Philly
WatchDog,” that allows citizens to
take an active role in reporting fraud
through smartphone technology.
According to Butkovitz, “This is a
free app that lets citizens instantly
report incidents of fraud, waste or
abuse directly to my Fraud Unit. The
Philly WatchDog app is available for
the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.”
”When it comes to reporting fraud
and waste in Philadelphia, I’m proud
to say that ‘we now have an app for
that,’” said Butkovitz, at today’s press
conference. ”Like any investigative
unit of government, we oftentimes rely
on the public to help us identify waste
and fraud in city government. It is
critically important for government to
be on the same technological page
as our citizens.”
Along with being the first app of its
kind for the City of Philadelphia, it’s
also the first app in the nation that
focuses on reporting fraudulent
incidents directly to a government
entity. One of the key features of
the Philly WatchDog app is the ability
for users to record and upload video
of fraudulent activities on the app,
which goes directly to Controller’s
Fraud Unit.
Other features of the app include:
the option to report incidents
anonymously, GPS feature to pinpoint
location of incident, capture a photo
or upload a stored media file, type
the description of the app and a onetouch button to call the Controller’s
hotline directly. The free Philly
WatchDog app can be downloaded
through the App store on an iPhone
or iPad by searching “Philly Watch
Dog” or by downloading it through
iTunes on your computer.
”I encourage all Philadelphians to
join our fight to expose waste and fraud
in city government and ultimately save
tax dollars by downloading our “Philly
Watchdog” app and using it,” said
Butkovitz.
Butkovitz continued, “Since first
taking office, we have proactively
used technology to connect our office
with the citizens of Philadelphia. We
have made a concerted attempt to use
our website as a tool to inform and
educate the citizens of Philadelphia and elicit their feedback.”
“La Solucion Para Tus Ojos”
* On April 27, 1865,
an explosion on a Mississippi River
steamboat kills an estimated 1,547
people, mostly Union soldiers
returning home after the Civil War.
The Sultana was built to hold 376
passengers, but reports say that
there were as many as 2,700 people
on board.
* On May 1, 1931, New
York City’s Empire State Building is
dedicated. The idea for the Empire
State Building is said to have been
born of a competition between
Walter Chrysler of the Chrysler
Corp. and John Jakob Raskob of
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* On April 30, 1948,
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cushions, doors, a heater and spare
tire were considered extras.
* On April 28, 1965,
Barbra Streisand’s debut television
special, “My Name is Barbra,” is
aired. One sequence was shot on
location in the fur department of
Bergdorf Goodman, where
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Castro Found Guilty on Town Watch Seeks New President
Just One Count of Lying
Rose Marie Webster, President of
the Juniata Park Town Watch, has
announced that she is stepping down
soon as President of the organization.
The Town Watch is asking for people
interested in becoming President to
call 215-289-4412.
To be considered for the position,
you must be a resident of Juniata, have
no police record, and have a vehicle.
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Castro was found guilty of one count
of lying to the FBI last week, with
jurers being deadlocked on eight
other charges against him.
Castro, a former Commanding
Officer of the 24th District was facing
charges which included extortion for
hiring strong-armed collectors to
retrieve money from a business
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real estate investment money.
A number of jurors reportedly
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Castro could be retried on the eight
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April 18, 2011 – Rose Marie called
the meeting to order with a prayer
and Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag,
and a prayer for our Troops.
There were 32 members in
attendance.
Door Prize - Dot H.
3/50 - Peggy D (2), Chris M.
Lucky 5 - Peggy D.
Easter Party was today with Hot
Roast sandwiches, macaroni salad
and beverages. Everyone had a
wonderful time and the food was
great.
Thanks to all our working members
for the wonderful job in serving the
food, especially Helen & Mike C.;
Rose M & Rita S and Jim for getting
our beverages. Congratulations to all
our Committee Members who do a
great job all year.
Remember in your prayers all of
our sick members, especially those
who are not able to get out and
those
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especially for Ann H. She is in Chapel
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Rep. John Taylor (R-Philadelphia)
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LETTERS / OP-ED
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Thank you to Toni who found my
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are good people in Juniata!!
Rose Marie Webster
What Happened to
Well-Known Brand
Names & Employers?
Each week I’m impressed to hear
from supporters of the Buy American
Made Campaign who share their ideas
on ways to improve employment
opportunities and get America on the
road to recovery.
Recently, I was contacted by an
individual responding to my
commentary regarding, “do we really
need specific brand names if generic
products provide the same service?”
The communication highlighted the
loss of several products that were
made in America for decades,
employed millions of Americans, and
were an important part of America’s
economy. Those brand name items
were produced in the U.S.A. by Zenith,
RCA, Emerson, Philco, Magnavox,
Motorola, and GE, just to name a few.
They included products such as
televisions, radios, and other
communication devices. A few brand
name electronic items are still
available but they haven’t been
manufactured in the U.S.A. for many
years. Why were these and many other
products quietly replaced with new
foreign made products instead of
expanding and creating new brand
name items in the U.S.A.? As a result,
millions of jobs were shipped
overseas, foreign names dominate our
store shelves and Americans are
customers, not producers of products
that surround them. My question here
is, “where were America’s leaders
when this was happening?”
As you go shopping take a good look
around and ask yourself how America
can continue to move forward without
restoring all levels of manufacturing
in the U.S.A. I’m sure that we can
restore the production of TV’s, radios,
and cell phones if investors are
encouraged to reinvest in America and
its workers. Tariffs on imported
products would also place American
manufacturers on more of a level
playing field and lowering long term
U.S. corporate tax rates would be a
home run for businesses and workers.
The most important thing for you to
do is go out of your way to spend your
dollars on the products presently
made in the U.S.A.
I am pleased to report that more
and more radio programs and
newspapers are spreading the word
about the Buy American Made
Campaign. Your voice is adding
momentum to the effort, so I urge you
to be vocal everywhere you shop. My
thanks to Diane Sawyer and David
Muir from ABC World News for
highlighting the Made in America
Campaign. By working together, we
are helping people understand that
America’s future is in our hands and
it’s up to us as America’s consumers
to make change happen.
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Beware the Darker Side of Easter CLOSE-OUT SALE!
We have just finished experiencing
the joy of celebrating our Christ’s
resurrection. Jesus, the Author of our
faith died, but He rose from the dead
and is now alive forevermore. Praise
the Lord! As Paul put it, our good news
is that, “When they had carried out all
that was written concerning [Christ],
they took Him down from the cross
and laid Him in a tomb. God raised
Him from the dead… Therefore let it
be known to you, brethren, that
through Him forgiveness of sins is
proclaimed to you” (Acts 13:29–30,
38). In other words: Christ’s
resurrection = our forgiveness.
Easter, however, should not just be
a certain day on our annual calendar
when we celebrate Christ’s
resurrection. It should be much more
of a daily experience. Why? Because
the more time we spend focusing on
the story of Easter, the more glory we
bring to Christ. He is the Almighty God
who won complete victory over sin and
death and hell. The One “who was
declared the Son of God with power
by the resurrection from the dead,
according to the Spirit of holiness,
[is] Jesus Christ our Lord” (Romans
1:4). Nothing exalts the glory of Christ
more than the amazing, wonderful
truth that He raised Himself from the
dead.
Not only is Christ exalted through
the resurrection, but His miraculous
victory over death also proves that His
purchase of our forgiveness is
complete. “…as Christ was raised
from the dead through the glory of
the Father, so we too might walk in
newness of life” (Romans 6:4). “Jesus
Christ, the faithful witness, the
firstborn of the dead, and the ruler of
the kings of the earth. To Him who
loves us and released us from our
sins by His blood” (Revelation 1:5).
The purchase of our forgiveness is
not the only reason to rejoice in
Christ’s resurrection. We also receive
another very important benefit when
we focus regularly on Christ’s
resurrection. This focus fuels our daily
need for real hope—the kind of hope
that gives us the energy and desire to
keep living joyfully. Enthusiastic,
sustained hope through the trials of
life is possible because Christians
“…are believers in God, who raised
[Christ] from the dead and gave Him
glory, so that your faith and hope are
in God” (1 Peter 1:21). After all, if
our Savior can conquer death itself,
then nothing we experience could ever
be too difficult for Him to handle.
Because of Christ’s resurrection
power we “can do all things through
Him who strengthens [us]”
(Philippians 4:13).
These reasons to joyfully celebrate
Easter strike a chord in the heart of
every Christian. Don’t forget, though,
that there is a darker side to the
celebration of Easter. Because Christ
died and made a way to heaven, there
is no excuse for those who refuse His
offer of forgiveness and continue to
pursue sin. That truth is often ignored
in our world. We only want to focus
what sounds positive. People will
admit that they “may not be into God
or church” so they just enjoy the new
clothes and the bunnies and candyfilled baskets at Easter time.
Please don’t forget Christ’s
From the Pastor’s Pen
By Rev. David Scudder www.BethelChapelChurch.com
[email protected]
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warnings. He preached more about
hell than he did about heaven. He
warned about it repeatedly. [For
example, see Matthew 5:22-28.]
Jesus gave His life to keep people
out of eternal punishment, but don’t
forget that He also warned us that
“he who believes in the Son has
eternal life; but he who does not obey
the Son will not see life, but the wrath
of God abides on him” (John 3:36).
If you have not turned to Christ, you
should not enjoy Christian holidays,
especially this Easter. It should make
you uncomfortable. It should make
you think. It should make you ask
yourself, “Is this true? Did it really
happen?” Do your own research. Find
out if the Gospel is true. Many, many
people have sincerely inquired—and
then found the truth.
Be careful as you think about the
holiday we just celebrated. If the
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actual, historical event, it should have
changed your life. If it has not
changed you, perhaps you have
missed God’s eternal light. Easter is
not supposed to be a friendly, happy
cultural tradition we can all share. It
is the blazing culmination of God’s
eternal redemptive plan. If you have
turned to Him, rejoice in your
forgiveness, not just at Easter time,
but continually as you remember all
that Christ’s resurrection means. If
you are ignoring your sin or working
to do enough good deeds to balance
them out, then you are facing the dark
side of Easter. Realize you can never
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celebrating Easter joy all year long
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24th District Police
Crime Report
33xx ARAMINGO AVE. – April
24 – 12:25 am – Police responded
for a theft in progress at the Sunoco
Gas Station. Police surveyed the area
and located the offender who was
positively ID’d by the complainant. The
complainant stated that the offender
took two boxes of candy and ran out.
The candy was recovered and the
offender, a 22 year old male from
Ardmore, PA, was arrested.
34xx ARAMINGO AVE. –
Complainant states that on April 24
at 2:30 pm she parked her vehicle
and when she returned from a
restaurant she noticed the driver side
window was broken and a baby bag
was taken.
34xx ARAMINGO AVE. –
Complainant states that on April 24
at 3 pm an unknown person broke the
driver side window of her mini van and
took an ID, black wallet, gold rings
and $1,800.00 cash.
18xx E. ALLEGHENY AVE. –
April 24 – 10:15 am — Complainant
states that she was parked by the ATM
machine near the Bank of America
when a black male, late 20’s, wearing
a black & yellow striped shirt
approached her and entered the
vehicle through the passenger side
door. He pointed a gun with a white tshirt wrapped around the weapon. The
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offender then told her to drive. The
complainant, along with her
passengers exited the vehicle. The
offender then fled with the vehicle, a
gray 2011 Nissan Altima.
20xx ONTARIO ST. – On April
23 at 8:40 am police responded to a
call and observed an offender exiting
the rear of a property with a bag of
copper pipes and faucets. The
offender, identified as Robert Leister,
25, was placed in custody.
Complainant states she secured her
property about 2 months ago.
39xx GLENDALE ST. – April 24
– 10:23 pm – Complainant called 911
when offender pointed a handgun at
him in an alleyway in the 39xx block
of Glendale Street. The complainant’s
father witnessed the offender with
the handgun being pointed at his son.
The Offender then fled prior to police
contact. The offender was identified
as Jose LaTorre, 41, and arrested.
46xx G ST. – April 21 –
Complainant have her daughter
permission to use vehicle. When
daughter parked on the 46xx block of
G Street, she returned to discover
vehicle missing.
42xx BENNINGTON ST. –
Complainant states on April 23
between 12 am and 6:30 am unknown
persons took vehicle while parked on
the street.
10xx E. ERIE AVE. – Complainant states that on April 24 at 3:55
pm during a motor vehicle accident
in which she was involved, an
unknown offender reached in her
vehicle and took a small black purse,
cell phone and IDs. The offender, Sade
Pema, 23, was placed under arrest.
8xx E. ALLEGHENY AVE. – April
24 – 10 pm – Witness and
complainant observed offender
breaking into a vehicle. When
complainant went to approach the
offender, the offender pulled out a
knife. Witness struggled with
offender onto the ground. Police
apprehended offender, identified as
Michael Hillgrube, 44.
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• 1 teaspoon dried parsley flakes
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• 3 (3/4-ounce) slices reducedfat American cheese
If you ask the average person to list
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• 16 ounces extra-lean ground
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• 1 cup plus 1 tablespoon dried
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• 1 cup finely chopped onion
• 1/4 cup finely chopped green
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• 1 (10 3/4-ounce) can reducedfat tomato soup
• 1 teaspoon prepared yellow
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1. Preheat oven to 350 F. Spray a
9-by-5-inch loaf pan with butterflavored cooking spray. In a large
bowl, combine meat, breadcrumbs,
onion, green pepper and 1/3 cup
tomato soup. Mix well to combine.
Pat mixture into prepared loaf pan.
Bake for 45 minutes.
2. Stir mustard, parsley flakes and
black pepper into remaining tomato
soup. Spread soup mixture evenly over
partially baked meatloaf. Evenly
arrange cheese slices over top. Bake
for an additional 15 minutes or until
meatloaf is cooked through and
cheese is melted. Place loaf pan on a
wire rack and let set for 5 minutes.
Cut into 6 servings. Freezes well.
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Come join in this Salon, Barbershop
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Categories include:
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The event will be held on May 15
from 6pm-12 midnight at Déjà vu
Social Club, 519 W. Erie Ave., Phila.,
PA 19140. Hosts: Adalyz Mitchell &
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Indoor Flea Market
St. Michael’s Lutheran Church
located at Trenton Avenue &
Cumberland Street, Philadelphia, PA
19125, will be having an Indoor Flea
Market on Saturday, May 7, 2011,
from 9 am until 2 pm.
Space rental for vendors available
for $20.00. Contact Rose Jobe after
5 pm at 267-253-1288 for details.
No food vendors please. The Church
will be sponsoring a Snack Bar.
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Group Marks Anniversary of Gulf Oil Spill
Marking the one-year anniversary
of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in
the Gulf of Mexico last week,
environmentalists and community
residents performed street theater
outside a BP station to challenge
corporate influence over politics. PA
Senators Bob Casey and Pat Toomey
both receive large contributions
from oil and gas companies, and
support limiting the Environmental
Protection Agency’s ability to
regulate the industry. Critics of
energy policy claim lack of
regulations enabled the disastrous
BP oil spill. As natural gas drilling
with controversial “fracking”
techniques proliferates throughout
PA, many are concerned that the
region’s water supply is at risk and
tougher regulations are required to
prevent environmental catastrophes. Eleven workers were killed in last
year’s explosion, which lead to the
largest offshore oil spill in U.S.
history. Rising Tide, a grassroots
network of direct action environmental activists held actions
worldwide as part of International
Day of Action Against Extraction.
”Corporate polluters have
effectively bought our politicians.
They hire them across party lines to
pass their dirty agenda. That’s why
the Deepwater Horizon rig was
exempt from safety regulations,
despite the dangers. Corporate
influence over politics is the gravest
threat to our democracy, environment, and public health,” said Robin
Markle of Rising Tide.
One year later oil is still found in
the marshes of Louisiana.
Unprecedented numbers of dead
fish and birds, even dead dolphins,
have washed up on beaches since
the spill. Many of the low-wage
workers BP contracted with gag
orders to clean up the spill are now
critically ill due to chemicals they
were exposed to while cleaning the
spill. Fishermen and small business
owners along the Gulf Coast
struggle to survive and overcome an
economic nightmare.
Plaquemines Parrish President
Bill Nungesser stated today on CNN,
“You know they’ve changed out so
many BP and Coast Guard people,
just when you get somebody you
think you can trust and makes
promises about cleaning up, taking
care of the wildlife, or making the
fishermen whole - they’re gone. And
this continues to be an unbelievable
response to a major disaster.”
Nungesser says that oil remains
at the bottom of the marsh and
during storms it erodes the coast
line. “We don’t feel we’re getting
the true picture of what’s out there,
and the federal government and BP
and the Coast Guard we don’t feel
are being honest with us.”
Pennsylvania residents are
concerned that corporate dominance over politics in the state,
particularly regarding the booming
natural gas industry and its
controversial practices, threatens
the region’s entire drinking water
supply. A Philadelphia-based
grassroots alliance of concerned
citizens called Protecting Our
Waters posted updates about PA’s
energy fight on its blog today. New
studies from Carnegie Mellon
University and the Pittsburgh Water
and Sewer Authority prompted the
president of the Marcellus Shale
Coalition, which represents the gas
industry, to admit “the group now
believes the natural gas exploration
industry is partly responsible for
rising levels of contaminants found
in area drinking water.”
The Pennsylvania Department of
Environmental Protection has
ordered natural gas companies to
stop delivering their waste water to
treatment facilities which have
been treating the water and
releasing it back into public drinking
supply. A “salty substance” called
bromide enters the water during the
drilling process, and when mixed
with chlorine at treatment plants
can create a “dangerous
disinfectant byproduct.”
”When disinfection byproducts
enter our drinking water and we
consume them over a long time
period, they’ve been associated with
a particular form of cancer, bladder
cancer, and with a particular set of
negative reproductive outcomes in
terms of miscarriages and still
births,’ Carnegie Mellon University
Professor Jeanne VanBreisen said.”
Senators Casey and Toomey, and
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area. Our contestant casting team
is visiting Harrah’s in Atlantic City
on Saturday, April 30 and Sunday,
May 1 on search for contestants
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these popular survey questions. This
is a chance to play ‘The Feud’ on
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Auditions for the new season will
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the oil and gas industry, which offers
them substantial contributions. Both
Casey and Toomey recently voted to
limit the Environmental Protection
Agency’s ability to regulate greenhouse gas emissions.
”We have to get organized. We lack
the capital to match corporate
contributions so we must organize
creative and bold nonviolent actions
to challenge unjust policies and push
for a sustainable future. We must build
popular social movements that can
pressure politicians to serve working
people, not corporations that poison
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that could destroy their crops: locusts,
sparrows, mice and worms. Unlike the
typical Midwesterner of today,
though, they also had to worry about
hippopotamuses.
* It was Austrian philosopher Ludwig
Wittgenstein who made the following
sage observation: “If people never did
silly things, nothing intelligent would
ever get done.”
* Much like farmers of today,
ancient Egyptians who worked the
land worried about a variety of animals
* The fierce Apache warrior we know
today as Geronimo was not originally
so named. His given name was
Goyahkla, which means “one who
yawns.”
* We’ve all seen pictures of African
women carrying heavy loads — up to
75 pounds in some cases — balanced
securely on their heads. But you might
not realize that these women can
carry more, relative to body size, more
efficiently than pack mules.
* As the end of the school year
approaches, this might be a good time
to remember that it was Americans
who came up with the idea of summer
camp.
* The name of the country of Iraq is
derived from the Arabic word
meaning “origin.”
* If you’ve ever watched the closing
credits of a film (and are not yourself
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involved in the movie industry), you
might be wondering about some of
the titles you’ve seen, so here’s a
quick rundown: The gaffer is the chief
electrician on the project; the key grip
puts together and takes down sets,
as well as lighting and laying the track
on which the cameras move; and the
best boy assists the gaffer and the
key grip.
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Cornerstone
Celebration at
Mater Dolorosa
Mater Dolorosa Church, 1676 Ruan
Street in Frankford, will celebrate a
“Cornerstone Mass: on Sunday, May
22 when Bishop Senior will say the
11:15 AM Mass. Afterwards, he will
bless the new Cornerstone, as the old
one is being replaced.
Everyone is then invited down to the
Church Hall for a light luncheon. All
are invited. You are asked to invite
family and friends!
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Ferko Playground
Tee Ball
Ferko Tee Ball is full and is not
taking anymore children. Sorry :(
If you have any question Please
contact the center at 215-6851224 or at Cchristmanferko@
gmail.com
Day Time Zumba Classes
at Ferko
Starting Now through May 18 From 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM.
6 six-week sessions. 30 dollars for
the 6 weeks, 7 Dollars for
individual classes
Ferko Afterschool Program
Sign-Ups are ongoing
Monday -Friday
3PM-6PM
$30 a month
Pick up From Juniata Academy
only
Ferko Playground
215-685-1224
Ferko Dance Class
Ferko Dance Class is ending in
the end of April, but will be back
next September! Please look for
more information next school
year!
Ferko Day Camp is coming!
Registration for Day Camp
Starts on Thursday April 21
6PM- 8PM
Registration Fee $25
Ferko Girl Scouts
Every Thursday Night at Ferko
Recreation Center from 6pm-7pm. Sign-ups are on going and all year
round!
Ferko TKD
Sign-Ups are ongoing
Wednesday & Fridays
6:00PM-7:30 PM
$55 for the First Month
Includes: 1st Month
Training, Registration Fee, and
Dobok (Uniform)
Please Contact Kelly Mcerlean
at 215-906-3046
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New Tools Unveiled for Consumer Safety
If you’re concerned that you might
not be getting all the available
information about food and product
safety recalls, you’re likely right. Until
now, this information has been
scattered around different websites
on the Internet. Now we have one
place to go: www.fda.gov/safety/
recalls.
The same law responsible for this
website also has given the Food and
Drug Administration the authority to
issue food recalls, instead of waiting
for companies and manufacturers to
do that.
The new FDA website opens with
handy tabs across the page, linking
to All Recalls, Food, Drugs, Animal
Health, Biologics and Medical
Devices. By clicking on a tab you’ll
see the newest recall at the top, with
older recalls down the page. Click the
text icon in the Photo column and
you’ll see the original press release
listing dates of manufacture, lot
Piccoli Playground
Piccoli News
Piccoli Playground is in need of
teachers. If anyone is interested
in starting a dance, martial art
program, etc. please contact us
at 215-685-1249
Piccoli Aerobics
Piccoli Playground holds FREE
aerobics every Weds night
beginning at 6:30. The class is a
mix of step and kickboxing
aerobics. Ages are 13 and up.
BROKEN PIECES UNITED
BACK AT PICCOLI
Broken Pieces United is back at
Piccoli Playground at Castor &
Cayuga on Mondays and Fridays
from 6-8pm with storytime, arts &
crafts, crazy hat night, pee wee
soccer, pee wee basketball, move
night. Show & tell, pee wee
kickball, pee wee cheerleaders,
pee wee flag football, pee wee
baseball.
Call for more information at
215-208-6387 or 215-6851249. Our little leagues will be
starting very soon – for all ages!
Piccoli Men’s Softball
Piccoli Men’s Softball league
will be beginning soon. League fee
will be $400 per team. For more
info please call Piccoli
Piccoli Art Class
Piccoli holds art class every
Tuesday from 5pm-6pm. The cost
is $5 per class and the ages are 8
and up
For more information
about any of these programs
please contact us at 215685-1249
Juniata Park
Civic Association
NEXT MEETING
TUESDAY,
May 10th
at
7:00 PM
at the Juniata Park
Boys & Girls Club
1001 E. Cayuga Street
For info
contact Kate Clarke at
215-771-0660
[email protected]
Piccoli Summer Camp
Piccoli Summer Camp runs threw
7/5/11-8/12/11 and our hours
are 8:30-3:30. The cost is $200
and that includes most trips, lunch
and breakfast, t-shirt. Activities
and trips include pool, art and
crafts, roller skating, art museum,
guest speakers and much much
more. If registered and paid
before 5/20/11 receive $25 off
camp fee.
numbers and model numbers of
recalled goods. Click the photo
graphic, and you’ll find an image of
the packaging or wrapper.
Use the search box to find items
you don’t see on the lists, or sign up
to receive recalls and safety alerts.
For recalls more than 60 days old,
you’ll have to check the archives.
And if having a comprehensive
recall site isn’t enough, we now have
an online database where we can post
complaints about safety issues on
consumer products. This site — a long
time coming and the subject of some
heated debates in Congress and the
manufacturing world — allows
consumers a voice as well as being a
repository for what others have to say
about product safety. SaferProducts.
gov will grow as it’s used, as people
file complaints and information on its
wide variety of products.
Besides allowing consumers to file
a report, businesses can sign up and
respond.
To read what others are saying, your
best bet is to do an advanced search,
uncheck the Recall info and only
select Reports, which are from other
consumers. Then do a keyword search
for your item or even for situations,
such as toys that have caused injury.
In some cases, manufacturers already
are responding to consumer
complaints and giving them company
contact information.
At this point, the website isn’t laid
out for computer monitors that are
not widescreen, but they’ll likely fix
that as time goes on.
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Register Your Block Today
for City’s Volunteer Clean
Block Program’s Cleanup
On Saturday, May 14, the
Philadelphia More Beautiful
Committee (PMBC), part of the
Streets Department’s Sanitation
Division, will continue its 2011
volunteer cleaning season with the
first of three clean-ups scheduled for
the 24th and 25th Police Districts.
Block Captains and Community
Group Leaders in the area who wish
to schedule their block(s) for the first
clean-up are urged to call their PMBC
Clean Block Officer three weeks in
advance of the cleaning date. The
following Clean Block Officer should
be called for the corresponding Police
District:
* Joseph Miranda, 24th Police
District 215-685-3987
* Sandra Miranda, 25th Police
District 215-685-3985
Some things you should know about
Clean Block Events:
• All debris should be bagged and
placed at either end of the block to
facilitate collection.
• No bulk or household trash will
be collected during the Saturday
Clean-Up Program.
• Do not sweep trash or dirt into
inlets.
• Streets should not be blocked
off with parked cars during cleaning.
Sands of Time
Life travels through the sands of
time,
With hills and paths along the way
And like the sand our loves are
formed,
Or easily washed away,
We could set our feet on solid
ground,
Away from the roaring sea,
Or just not care and take a chance,
The choice is ours; which path shall
it be,
The Sands of time stretch far and
wide,
We can walk from shore to shore,
The foorsteps that we leave behind,
Could be ours forever more.
by Miriam
“Straight from the Heart”
PMBC is entering its 66th year of
an urban environmental partnership
that continues to promote civic pride,
public safety, and neighborhood
empowerment among
Block Captains, Community Group
Leaders, and their units. PMBC’s
Clean Block Officers are ready to
assist organized block and community
groups with scheduled cleaning
activities. The Officers act as liaisons
between citizens and city government
in an effort to provide departmental
resource materials regarding
information and services relating to
block cleanliness and block
beautification. PMBC Officers
distribute the following items:
• Block captain I.D. (identification)
cards
• The committee’s Block Captain
Guidelines
• Materials for Saturday clean-ups
(April through September)
• Information about Clean Block
awards and prizes
• Attend block club and community
meetings upon request
PMBC is one of the largest volunteer
organizations in the country. It
coordinates an army of over 6,600
registered Block Captains. Contact
the PMBC at (215) 685-3981.
Juniata Action
Committee
will hold its
next Public
Meeting
on Tues., June 7
7:00-8:30 pm
at the Juniata Golf Club
1391 E. Cayuga St.
(“L” & Cayuga Sts.)
All Residents Invited
For info
contact the JAC at
267-205-1452
email: [email protected]
Web: www.juniataaction.com
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Proposal Would Modernize PA Wine and
Spirit Store Operations
In response to yesterday’s Senate
Law and Justice Committee hearing
on the modernization of the Liquor
Control Board operations and in
conjunction with the Senate
Democrats “Budget Savings Plan,”
three Democratic senators are
unveiling legislation aimed at
modernizing Pennsylvania’s wine and
spirit store operations.
“We must continue to find ways to
improve the efficiency and flexibility
of the Liquor Control Board (LCB) and
the wine and spirit stores across
Pennsylvania,” said Sen. Jim Ferlo (DAllegheny). “We can continue to
improve the customer experience at
the stores while generating millions
in new revenue. By modernizing the
way the LCB does business, we
enable it to operate more effectively
and tap into the full potential of the
agency — so that Pennsylvania’s
economy can reap the benefits.”
The legislation, proposed by Ferlo,
Sen. Vincent Hughes (D-Philadelphia/
Montgomery) and Sen. Christine
Tartaglione (D-Philadelphia) would be
centered on the “3 P’s” –
Procurement, Pricing and Personnel.
“PLCB modernization is an integral
part of the Senate Democrats’ $1.1
billion budget savings plan announced
today,” Hughes said. “It’s a win-win
for Pennsylvania. Not only will
modernization generate substantial
new revenue to help offset some of
the governor’s most egregious budget
cuts, it will also improve the
customer’s experience and protect
thousands of good-paying jobs.”
Specifically, the Liquor Control
Board modernization proposal would:
• Allow the LCB greater flexibility
from the Department of General
Services and the state Procurement
Code to purchase goods and services
outside of the code’s parameters and
market its services out of state. This
would provide savings and additional
new revenue streams for
Pennsylvania.
• Allow the LCB to alter markup
and proportional pricing to better
reflect market conditions. This
portion of the proposal includes
offering a customer relations
marketing program to improve the
buying experience. This could
generate new revenue between $20
and $70 million.
• Allow the LCB to hire outside of
Civil Service requirements. The LCB
is a retail operation unlike any other
within state government. The senators
said civil service tests and
requirements often do not accurately
reflect the skills needed to be an
effective wine & spirit store or
warehouse employee.
This and
a few other personnel proposals could
result in significant savings,
according to the senators.
“By ensuring collective bargaining
rights for liquor store employees, we
preserve the family sustaining jobs our
economy needs,” Tartaglione said.
“And continued support of hiring
veterans should remain a priority in
Pennsylvania.”
The senators said they are
encouraged by Senate Law and
Justice Committee chairman Sen.
John Pippy’s (R-Allegheny) willingness
to have open dialogue on the future
of the state wine and spirit stores.
Actress & Author, Elizabeth
Berkley in Philly Tonight
On Tuesday, April 26th at 6pm
actress and NY Times bestselling
author Elizabeth Berkley will appear
at Barnes & Noble in Rittenhouse
Square - 1805 Walnut Street,
Philadelphia, PA to meet fans, talk
about her projects and sign her latest
NY Times bestselling book, “Ask
Elizabeth”.
”Ask Elizabeth” is a new book by
actress Elizabeth Berkley which in
only 3 weeks has gone to #2 on the
New York Times Best Seller list. The
book is a labor of love complied from
her many years of speaking with over
30,000 young girls in workshops to
help with self esteem, body issues,
friendship, love, loss, bullying and
every topic teens face daily.
ASK ELIZABETH began as a
workshop… girl-talk style! The goal
was to create a fun, intimate forum
for girls to ask questions, share
worries, trade advice, and express
their dreams in confidence. Elizabeth
knew they already had so many people
talking at them about teenage life;
what was missing was someone who
talked with them – and actually
listened! They needed a place where
they could ask about the things they
might have been too afraid to ask
about before – where they would feel
safe enough to open up.
She wanted to give girls the tools
to be able to blossom into their best
selves – whether through taking care
of their bodies, minds, hearts, or
aligning with that inner voice that tells
them what is true and right for them,
or holding on to what makes them
special even when they feel they’ve
lost their way.
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43xx Elsinore St. ...... 2 bedroom rancher. All new. ...... $115,900
39xx Glendale St. ..... 3 Bedrooms ................................. $68,900
61xx Hegerman ....... 3 bedroom, nice kit., yard. ........... $95,900
39xx “L” St. .............. 3 Bedroom s/t .............................. SOLD
40xx “L” St. .............. Extra Large 3 bdrm ..................... SOLD
40xx “L” St. .............. 3 BR s/t, rec room ........................ SOLD
39xx Lawndale St. ... Nice 3 bdrm a/l ........ REDUCED SOLD
13xx E. Luzerne St. .. 1+1 Duplex ................................... $132,900
14xx E. Lycoming St. 1+1 Duplex ................................... $85,000
43xx Malta St. .......... 3 Bedroom a/l ............................... SOLD
34xx Mercer St. ....... 3 Bedroom. Bank owned. ............ $124,900
40xx Neilson St. ....... 3 Bedroom, all new, must see! ... $109,990
43xx Palmetto St. .... 2 Bedroom rancher ..................... $115,900
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(215) 291-5643
City Councilwoman
Maria Quinones Sanchez
(215) 686-3448
2011
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1 BR, $450 + Util.; 2 BR $525 + Util.; 1
BR heat, H.W., cooking gas incl.
$550.00. Please call 215-828-7515,
215-828-7517, 215-743-2470.
1 BR Apt. - Hot Water incl. $525/month.
Call Ron at 215-744-1350.
4813 LEIPER ST. -- $375+. 3 blks West
of Fkd. Ave. Off of Oxford Ave., 3rd
Floor, 1 carpeted bedroom. Nice bright
kitchen (Refrig). Call wkdays 10-4,
Homemart, Inc. Realtors, 215-3297532.
RICHMOND: Beautiful 2nd Floor,
Newer kitchen & bath, large liv room,
1 bedroom, newer carp. (Very nice
1st Fl. Tenant). $475+. 3080 Martha
St. Call wkdays 10-4, Homemart, Inc.
Realtors, 215-329-7532.
KENSINGTON: Beautiful, spacious 2
bedrooms, mod. kit. & bath, spacious
living & dining rooms, pvt. outside
entrance, new carp., newly painted.
$595+. 3323 Frankford Ave. Call
wkdays 10-4, Homemart, Inc. Realtors
215-329-7532.
OLNEY, $495+. 409 West Fisher Ave.
Just below 5th St. near Lindley Ave.
carpeted 1 bedroom 1st Fl. Large mod
kitchen, tiled bath, open porch. Call
wkdays 10-4. Homemart, Inc. Realtors,
215-329-7532.
OLNEY, 2 bedrooms, share basement,
5162 “D” St. Just above the Blvd.
Owner pays gas heat! $610. Call
wkdays 215-329-7532, Homemart, Inc.
Realtors.
FRANKFORD - $375+. 1 bedroom
efficiency, 3rd Floor, carpeted, newly
painted, refrig, 4813 Leiper St., 3 blks
West of Fkd. Ave. Off of Oxford Ave.
Call weekdays 10-4 Homemart, Inc.
Realtors, 215-329-7532.
2097 BRIDGE ST. $485+. 1st Floor,
huge carpeted air cond. bedroom, large
mod. kit., large carpeted living room,
huge fenced rear yard. Just West of
Torresdale Ave. Call wkdays 10-4.
Homemart, Inc. Realtors, 215-3297532.
OLNEY - $495+. New kitchen. Newly
done hardwood floors, one bedroom,
front open porch. Between Rising Sun
Ave. & Front Street, 127 East Roosevelt
Blvd. Call Wkdays 10-4, Homemart, Inc.
Realtors, 215-329-7532.
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44xx WINGOHOCKING ST. - 4 BR
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3 BR HOUSE, Dishwasher, near
transportation. $725 + util. 215-5123319
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Monday: Golden Pancakes ..... $2.95
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Wednesday: Western Omelet .. $3.95
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Thursday: Pete’s Omelet ......... $3.95
With two locations to better serve you.
Juniata Fitness Center
(215) 744-1350
(215) 533-5573
2040 E. Allegheny Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19134
Fax: 215-423-8591
Includes: *Small Juice*, *Coffee or Hot Tea*, Potatoes, Toast
Includes: *Small Juice*, *Coffee or Hot Tea*, Potatoes, Toast
Friday: Creamed
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Toast ............ $3.95
Includes: *Small Juice*,
*Coffee or Hot Tea*, Potatoes
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Two Eggs ...... $1.99
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