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MARCH 9, 2012
VOL. 15, NO. 27

                                                                                                                                                             Egg Harbor City
                                                                                                                                                             gets unpopular
                                                                                                                                                            By R.J. LIBERATORE Jr.           remaining state and county
                                                                                                                                                            Staff Writer                     approvals. Haber has indi-
                                                                                                                                                                                             cated that construction would
                                                                                                                                                               EGG HARBOR CITY               start later this summer, and
                                                                                                                                                            - Over the objections of         said he hopes to sell the first
                                                                                                                                                            residents, the city Planning     homes by year’s end.
                                                                                                                                                            Board unanimously gave              Residents and neighbors of
                                                                                                                                                            preliminary and final major       the development, however,
                                                                                                                                                            subdivision approval to the      packed the meeting room
                                                                                                                                                            first phase of the Neighbor-      and said they weren’t happy
                                                                                                                                                            hood at Cedar Creek project      with the development. They
                                                                                                                                                            at a special meeting Tuesday,    voiced their frustration with
                                                                                                                                                            March 6.                         several comments in opposi-
                                                                                                                                                               The decision allows the       tion to the development.
                                                                                                                                                            city and Brad Haber, the            Gina Wasik of 1850 Liv-
                                                                                                                                                            designated redeveloper, to       erpool Ave., a frequent con-
                                                                                                                                                            proceed with obtaining the             See NORTH on Page 6

Almost 20 minutes before game time, the student section at Cedar Creek is nearly packed with loyal fans as they
                                                                                                                                      R.J. Liberatore Jr.           Cain says he
                                                                                                                                                                     won’t seek
support the girls varsity basketball team in its quest for a NJSIAA Group I state title.

                                            Creek crazy                                                                                                              re-election
               Lady Pirates cheered on by legions of loyal followers                                                                                           HAMILTON TOWNSHIP             arrested in Mays Landing in
By R.J. LIBERATORE Jr.                      Eagles to the 1993 Group III football                             every time a Lady Pirate scores a             - Deputy Mayor Charles Cain      January 2011 and charged with
Staff Writer                                championship. “They are great basket-                             basket or an opponent misses and op-          announced during Monday’s        driving while impaired.
                                            ball players; that’s understood, but they                         portunity.                                    Township Committee meeting          Though he never denied
   EGG HARBOR CITY – Although are even better people.”                                                          “Our fans are like an army,” said           that he will not seek re-elec-   his guilt – Cain pleaded
this tiny municipality of 4,400 residents     On Friday, March 2, Cedar Creek                                 Mikila Stefanski, who along with her          tion in November.                guilty to drunken driving
waited 50 years for its own high school, devoured Glassboro, 77-47, in a New                                  quadruplet sisters, Morgan, Mercina              Cain, 45, owns Auto Plaza     charges last month – he said
the school’s students aren’t waiting that Jersey Interscholastic Athletic Asso-                               and Monique, were a driving force on          of English Creek on the Black    he was targeted unfairly
long to cheer like champions.               ciation South Jersey Group I semifinal                             the team last year when it went two           Horse Pike in Egg Harbor         because he was a member
   Odds are, however, they may just contest.                                                                  rounds deep into the playoffs. “We            Township and Auto Plaza of       a Township Committee that
have a champion to cheer for in the           The gym was packed with teachers                                laugh at how they make up chants like         Galloway on the White Horse      was considering police de-
upcoming days.                              and fans from the school’s sending                                ‘Air ball’ and ‘She’s a freshman’.”           Pike.                            partment layoffs.
   The Cedar Creek High School var- towns of Mullica, Hamilton, Galloway,                                       But there are other shouts as well.            He said at the commit-           At the time of his plea to
sity girls basketball team is backed by and Washington townships along with                                     “You have seniors,” was one popular         tee meeting that he wants to     one count of driving while
a school-wide legion of loyal follow- Egg Harbor City and Port Republic.                                      chant, noting the fact that Cedar Creek       spend more time running those    intoxicated and a count of
ers that never miss an opportunity to They rocked the bleachers with every                                    won’t house a senior class until next         businesses and being with his    refusing to take a breathalyzer
cheer on their team or their 2-year-old point from tipoff to final buzzer.                                     year.                                         family.                          test, Cain’s attorney said they
school.                                       “We play tiny schools,” said Fran                                 Other chants include the players’              During his three years on     would appeal.
   They fill the gym in support the team Raph, the Lady Pirates head coach. “So                                names when they pop in a basket.              Township Committee, Cain            As a result of his guilty plea,
and its quest a Group I state title.        they aren’t used to big crowds like this.                           Junior Christine Miller, the former         helped the township leaders      Cain’s driving license was
   “It’s easy to cheer for this team,” said You can see it on their faces. They are                           Oakcrest player who notched her               through tumultuous times as      suspended for 10 months and
Vice Principal Scott Parker, who quar- taken back when they see the crowd                                     1,000th point this year, heard her name       they struggled with declining    he was ordered to pay $562
terbacked the Egg Harbor Township and hear the noise.”                                                        called regularly.                             revenues, budget deficits and     in fines.
                                                          The packed student sec-                               “She’s the most legit,” shouted             employee layoffs.                   When he regains his license,
  Game coverage on Page 20 tion shouts out chants nearly                                                                    See PIRATES on Page 5              Cain endured legal dif-       he will have to use a dashboard
                                                                                                                                                            ficulties as well when he was     breath tester for six months.

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                                                                                                                                                                     Susie Perry passes 100

                                                             BA RI A N N A R K’ES
                                                                   U O                                                                                                like it’s standing still
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                                                             IT L      M        T                                                                                 By R.J. LIBERATORE Jr.

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                                                                                                                                                                     EGG HARBOR CITY -
                                                                                                                              March 8                             In one sense, city resident
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                                                                                                                                                                  Susie Perry just can’t see
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                                                                                                                                                                     “It’s just like any other
                                                               New at Bruno’s Seattle’s Best Coffee Hot                                                           birthday,” said the South
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                                                                       Salad.....                             Tomato Cucumber Salad .... $2.99               lb   be 100.”
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               R.J. Liberatore Jr.
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                                                                                                                                                                     After all, Perry is living history, a       anywhere she could, scrubbing floors or
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                                                               We Now Accept                                       8am - 8pm, 7 Days                              before electricity, television, and automo-       “If you didn’t have transportation,” she
                                                                                                                                                                  biles were commonplace. She has seen
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                 said, “you walked. We walked every-
                                                                                                           947 W. White Horse Pike, Egg Harbor City, NJ           and quiet times.                                  Everything changed after World War II,
                                                                                                                                                                     “We were poor when we moved up              she said.
                                                                                                                                                                  here,” she said while remembering back            “You could get everything in Egg Har-
                                                                                                                                                                  to her childhood.                              bor City,” she said. “Sure, we even had a
                                                                                                                                                                     That was in the 1920s when the Perry        movie theater.”
                                                                                                                                                                  family moved from house to house sev-             Philadelphia Avenue was abuzz with
                                                                                                                                                                  eral times in Egg Harbor City.                 clothing, grocery, meat, hardware and
                                                                                                                                                                     “We went to where it was cheaper,” she shoe stores, she said.

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Perry started working at a local cloth-
                                                                                                                                                                     Her mother, grandmother and two             ing factory and stayed there until she
                                                                                                                                                                  sisters ended up settling in a four-room       retired when she turned 65 in 1977.
                                                                                                                                                                  structure on Havana Avenue.                       She never married.

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                                                                                                                                                                     “But it didn’t have any heat,” she said.       In the 1950s, local Pastor Robert
                                                                                                                                                                  “A church donated a (wood) stove and I         Simms built their current Havana Avenue
                                                                                                                                                                  remember we had to find a pipe to stretch home “one room at a time,” she remem-
                                                                                                                                                                  through two rooms to get to the outside.”      bers.
                                                                                                                                                                     Before they had the wood stove, they           She has lived there ever since, next
                                                                                                                                                                  cooked outside.                                door to the home her family settled in
                                                                                                                                                                     “You know like a barbecue,” she said.       back in the 1920s.
                                                                     RAYMOND GLICK • MBA, EA                                                                         But they had an outdoor barbecue
                                                                                                                                                                  every day.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    During Perry’s lifetime, television
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 replaced radio and computers are begin-
                                                                TAX ACCOUNTANT • IRS ENROLLED AGENT                                                                  Once her family installed the stove,
                                                                                                                                                                  “we’d cook on that,” she said.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ning to replace televisions. Meanwhile,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 cars have replaced horses and jets and
                                                                                                                                                                     She remembers attending the large           rocketry have replaced airplanes.
                                                                  Entering our 30th year serving Galloway Twp.                                                    Pike School on the White Horse Pike and           When man first flew into space, Perry
                                                                                                                                                                  playing across the street in the fair-
                                                                                     And Surrounding Communities                                                  grounds.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 said, “They aren’t supposed to be able to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 do that.”
                                                                     137 Liebig Avenue (near Stockton College)                                                       “I didn’t go to high school,” she said.
                                                                                                                                                                  “We didn’t have enough money for good
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    But they did.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    And people aren’t supposed to live to
                                                                          Drive a little • Save a lot!                                                            clothes and I didn’t want to, with the
                                                                                                                                                                  clothes we had.”
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 be 100.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    But Perry did.
                                                                                                                                                                     Money wasn’t easy to come by, she
                                                                   + Forms are Computer Generated and Laser Printed +                                             remembers.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    “Don’t drink and don’t smoke,” she
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 offered as words of advice. “Still I didn’t
                                                                      + Returns Electronically Filed for Fast Refunds +                                              “We didn’t have any money so we             expect to live this long.”
                                                                                                                                                                  would beg,” she said. “If we got enough
                                                                        + Refunds Received within 8 to 14 days +                                                  money for meat, we’d eat meat. If we
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    But judging by the number of Mylar
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 “Happy Birthday” balloons still floating
                                                                                                                                                                  didn’t, we didn’t have any meat.”              around her home this week, many people
                                                                                                                                                                     To make money for the family, her
                                                                   RETURNS - Starting at $80                                                                      mother went away to Philadelphia for a
                                                                                                                                                                  time, Perry remembers.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 are happy she did.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Happy Birthday, Susie Perry.

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Langley Oudemans, 16, of Mullica
Township in an effort to be heard
above a growing crowd during pre-
game warmups. “Every game is
real exciting. It’s really great that
everybody supports the team even
though they are girls.”
   It’s been a playoff atmosphere in
the Egg Harbor City school for most
of the Lady Pirates’ season while
they have posted a 21-4 record. They
have won all three of their playoff
games by 30 or more points.
   The crowd seems to grow with
each win.
   “This is the best-attended team of
all of our sports,” said Kelsey Em-
mell, 16, of the Laureldale section
of Hamilton Township.                     Cedar Creek High School girls varsity basketball coach Fran Raph talks
   “It’s all that everybody talks about   to her players during a second-half time out.
in school,” said Rosalie Hood, 15, of
Mullica Township.
   Even the Pirate, the school’s
nearly 7-foot-tall mascot, enjoyed
   “It’s great to be a Pirate right
now,” said sophomore C.J. Brooks,
16, from inside his costume. “It’s
                                                                                                                      Cedar Creek High School’s Zach Zakowski, 17, of Mullica Township
crazy here. We have a great football
                                                                                                                      reads off the NJSIAA code of conduct in front of a packed Cedar Creek
team, a great basketball team.”
                                                                                                                      gym before Friday’s playoff game.
   Then he paused for a moment
while he searched for words to
describe the moment in school                                                                                                                                               Cedar Creek
history.                                                                                                                                                                    High School’s
   “This team is going to put the                                                                                                                                           Christine Mill-
school on the map,” he said, while                                                                                                                                          er has become
pointing to the Lady Pirates as they                                                                                                                                        a dominating
prepared to play.                                                                                                                                                           force on the
   While many fans considered                                                                                                                                               court this year.
high-scoring Miller as their favor-                                                                                                                                         Here she is
ite player, Richeda Jaffe offered                                                                                                                                           interviewed fol-
a different choice: her daughter,                                                                                                                                           lowing Friday’s
                                          Among the first fans to get to Cedar Creek High School to cheer on the                                                             semifinal win
Jahniece.                                 Lady Pirates are, from left, Chris Rabush, Zach Zachowski, Amanda
   “Of course she’s my favorite,”                                                                                                                                           over Glassboro.
                                          Fletcher, and Langley Oudemans, all of Mullica.
Richeda Jaffe said with a smile
while she worked the boosters’
snack concession stand along with
her son, Nathaniel, 9, and booster
club members Larry Thomas of
Galloway and Karen Nelson of Port
   Jahniece not only scores points
for the Lady Pirates, but she si-
lences the crowd with an inspiring
rendition of “The Star Spangled
Banner” before each game.
   Thomas, whose daughter, Casey,
plays on the team, is also a fan.
   “They move the ball around,” he
said. “They play great basketball.”
   In their pregame huddle, the play-
ers shouted, “I believe that we are the
best! I believe that we can win!”
   They soon proved it. Just four         From left, Cedar Creek players Monique, Morgan, Mikila and Mercina
minutes into the game, Cedar Creek        Stefanski, of Mullica Township, are joined by fans Mike Van Scoy, 16;
opened up a 13-1 lead.                    Amber Van Scoy, 16, and Caitlin Garth, 16, all of Egg Harbor City.
   “We try to open up the game by
scoring on every possession,” said
Miller who notched 10 of her team’s
first 13 points. She finished with 23
points on the game.
   Ticket takers Liz McMahon and
Jada Alcoba, both of Galloway,
said they each took turns peeking
through the glass while the Lady
Pirates opened up a 20-point first-
quarter lead.
   “We’ll keep peeking until halftime
when we can shut down,” McMahon                                                                                       Members of the Cedar Creek Girls Varsity Basketball Booster Club
said. “We can hear the crowd cheer,                                                                                   man the concession stand during the first half of Friday’s playoff win.
but we have to be out here.”                                                                                          From left are Larry Thomas of Smithville; Nathaniel Jaffe, 9, and his
    “It was over by halftime,” said                                                                                   mother, Richeda Jaffee, both of Egg Harbor City; and Karen Nelson of
Mikala Stefansi.                                                                                                      Port Republic.
   Lucky for McMahon and Alcoba,
                                                                                                                                                                           Members of the
there was plenty to cheer about af-
                                                                                                                                                                           Cedar Creek Girls
ter halftime. The Pirates continued
                                                                                                                                                                           Varsity Basket-
lighting up the scoreboard while
                                                                                                                                                                           ball Booster Club
their faithful fans rocked the bleach-
                                                                                                                                                                           man the conces-
ers in support.
                                                                                                                                                                           sion stand during
   “This is our house,” yelled a happy
                                                                                                                                                                           the first half of
assistant coach Dwight Melton as he
                                                                                                                                                                           Friday’s playoff
left the floor.
                                                                                                                                                                           win. From left are
   And soon, the Pirates may be able
                                                                                                                                                                           Larry Thomas of
to hang a championship banner in the
                                                                                                                                                                           Smithville; Na-
city’s first high school in 50 years.
                                                                                                                                                                           thaniel Jaffe, 9,
                                                                                                                                                                           and his mother,
   photos by                                                                                                                                                               Richeda Jaffee,
                                                                                                                                                                           both of Egg Har-
 R.J. Liberatore                          Morgan Stefanski jumps high as she nails a 3-pointer in the Lady Pirates’
                                                                                                                                                                           bor City; and
                                                                                                                                                                           Karen Nelson of
                                          victory on Friday night.                                                                                                         Port Republic.
6                                                                                                tree-lined neighborhood with           homes in the space of where      the applicant on the project          his head.                             “We’ve been out there 40
                                                           North                                 homes built on spacious lots           there used to be one.”           until all the approvals are in           Nicholas Rifice of 2011          years,” he said, “and you
                                                           Continued from Page 1                 that are 150-175 feet wide.               What made Butler and the      place and it goes to closing          Liverpool Ave., who pur-            call us ‘the Gold Coast.’
                                                                                                 For years they lived on a              rest of his neighbors most       with Haber.                           chased his home eight               Now you want to smash two
                                                           tributor to the “Egg Harbor           relatively quiet section of            angry, he said, was that he         Once Haber was named               months ago, said he isn’t           houses where there should
                                                           City First” Facebook page             Philadelphia Avenue sur-               was powerless to stop the        redeveloper, he began paying          prepared to return a 15-foot        be one at most.”
                                                           simply said, “I’d like to see         rounded by nearly 1.5 miles            development at the Planning      all of the legal, expert and          section of his property that          Gwen Roesch of 1955 Liv-
                                                           the whole thing go away.”             of forest.                             Board level.                     application fees through an           the city vacated to a previ-        erpool Ave said, “I own the
                                                              The first phase will contain           That began to change when              “We sat through the pre-      escrow account, Scerni said.          ous owner in 1987. And the          biggest lot up there. If this
                                                           99 stick-built homes, city of-        Cedar Creek was built.                 sentation and then you are          “Because the application           city needs Rifice’s portion         area is not subdivided, we
                                                           ficials said. They will be built          Now they say they will lose         saying we don’t have any-        was the same as what the              of Fourth Terrace to extend         as residents would greatly
                                                           on roughly quarter-acre lots          more of their quiet surround-          thing to say about it?” he       city approved in its redevel-         the roadway as part of the          appreciate it.”
                                                           that Haber will pay $15,000           ings when hundreds of homes            said. “We are sitting here       opment plan, the Planning             development plan.                     H ow ev e r, M i c h e l e x -
                                                           each for at settlement.               are constructed behind their           and being spanked. We don’t      Board was basically power-               But Michel reminded Ri-          plained that the board could
                                                              The development zone               properties.                            like it.”                        less to disapprove it, Plan-          fice “that you have a legal         not change the application,
                                                           circles two-year-old Cedar               Hal Lugerner of 2018 Liv-              According to city attorney    ning Board Engineer Tim               issue with the city over a          because it met with the
                                                           Creek High School and the             erpool Ave. said that the              Alfred R. Scerni Jr., the area   Michel said.                          shed that you built on city         guidelines set down in the
                                                           first phase would be built on          development “would alter               around the development had          “The city is not seeking           property. So I am sure that         ordinance that created the
                                                           streets closest to Philadelphia       the look of the neighbor-              been designated as part of       any variances,” he said.              there is room for negotiation       redevelopment zone.
                                                           Avenue.                               hood that has maintained its           the Pineland Commission’s           And that made residents            to resolve this matter.”              “That really is a matter to
                                                              When Haber receives each           appearance for four decades.           regional growth zone in the      like Butler angry.                       T h o m a s G r u m wa l d o f   be discussed back at the City
                                                           building permit, he’ll also           What was the thought process           1980s. City officials desig-         “ R u b b e r s t a m p ,” D a n   6196 White Oak Way in the           Council level,” he said.
                                                           have to pay an additional             that went into altering the            nated the entire city in need    Haines of 2011 Buerger                Mays Landing section of               However, after the meet-
                                                           $13,000 for infrastructure,           look?”                                 of rehabilitation about 10       Street posted on the Face-            Hamilton Township said the          ing was over, Haber stood up
                                                           sewer and water improve-                 Ed Butler of 2035 Liver-            years ago and began foreclos-    book page just moments after          city’s five-year tax abate-         and said he would build only
                                                           ments. Finally, he’ll need to         pool Ave., said he understood          ing on Egg Harbor City North     the meeting ended.                    ment for Cedar Creek hom-           one house on the two 60-foot
                                                           pay $2,000 to be placed in a          development was inevitable,            properties in 2008.                 Haines, who worked at              eowners will hurt his ability       lots that drew the residents’
                                                           city-wide recreational fund.          but didn’t like the way the               Then the city developed a     Landing Creek Estates, re-            to sell a home in his aunt’s        greatest concern.
                                                              In total, Haber will have          city handled it.                       redevelopment plan for the       minded the Planning Board,            estate.                               The board’s vote was un-
                                                           paid the city nearly $3 mil-             “Anybody who thought                area and passed an ordinance     “that only two of those homes            “This will impact any pri-       challenged by any of its
                                                           lion by the time he builds            that this area was never going         that created the plan in 2009.   have been built, and they are         vate seller,” he said. “Now         members who were pres-
                                                           the last of the first group of         to be developed must have              The city applied for Pine-       both vacant.”                         I see the problem that lies         ent.
                                                           99 homes.                             had their head in the sand,” he        lands approval and sought           He predicted the same for          before me.”                           Approving the measure
                                                              But residents, who de-             said during a passionate plea          developers who were willing      the Neighborhood at Cedar                James Mercanto of 2021           were Planning Board mem-
                                                           scribed their area as the             before the Planning Board.             to construct homes according     Creek.                                Philadelphia Ave. shook his         bers Dick Colby, Chester
                                                           city’s Gold Cost, said the            “But you are taking a neigh-           to that plan, he said.              “It’s not going to happen,”        head in disbelief while he          Breder, Miriam Mueller,
                                                           development will destroy the          borhood and putting two                   The city, however, remains    Haines said while shaking             spoke.                              Dennis McKenna and Jack
                                                           integrity of their 40-year-old,                                                                                                                                                         Peterson.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Missing the meeting were
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   City Council President Ed-
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                  HAMILTON-EGG HARBOR CITY CURRENT / Friday, March 9, 2012
                                                                                                                                             Women’s History Month
                                                                                                                                              with 7th Ladies’ Tea
                                                                                                                                              HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – “Our memories of the ocean will
                                                                                                                                           linger on, long after our footprints in the sand are gone” is the
                                                                                                                                           theme of the seventh annual Ladies’ Tea to be held 9 a.m.-noon
                                                                                                                                           Friday, March 30 at the William Davies Middle School.
                                                                                                                                              In recognition of Women’s History Month, this program al-
                                                                                                                                           lows selected female students to learn from women who have
                                                                                                                                           excelled in their profession. The goal is to inspire our young
                                                                                                                                           ladies to achieve their dreams as they continue their education.
                                                                                                                                              The William Davies Middle School library will become a
                                                                                                                                           charming, elegant setting for a tea social. The morning will
                                                                                                                                           include a brunch, a table etiquette lesson and an opportunity for
                                                                                                                                           the ladies to meet with each of the invited women.
                                                                                                                                              Sponsors of the seventh annual Ladies’ Tea include the Ham-
                                                                                                                                           ilton Township Education Association, Davies Renaissance, and
                                                                                                                                           Caesar’s Casino of Atlantic City with linens and table settings.
                                                                                                                                              Davies School eighth-grade Vice Principal Stephanie Wroniuk
                                                                                                                                           will serve as keynote speaker.
                                                                                                                                              The attendees who have been chosen to participate based on
                                                                                                                                           teacher recommendations, are eighth-graders Tiara English,
                                                                                                                                           Naldy Solano, Mariah Newhouse, Tysheera Waller , Herschel Yu,
                                                                                                                                           Megan Guenther, Fatimah Blackwell, Danielle Harris, Infinity
                                                                                                                                           Roberts, Kristine Berchtold, Aulbany Reese, Tiffany Jenkins,
                                                                                                                                           Vanessa Simon, Ajanayah McClennion, Leah Smith, Ashley
                                                                                                                                           Clark , Ashley Guzman, Roberta Rieselman, Jasmine Cortez,
                                                                                                                                           Amanda Camper, Vanessa Mack, Samiyah Broxton, Cassandra
                                                                                                                                           Trotter, Michelle Berchtold and Tyajah Cooper.
                                                                                                             Submitted by Julie Hazard        The seventh-graders chosen to participate are Sheriann Mc-
 Oakcrest Trailblazers from left: James Farrow, Kevin Winchester, Veronica Smith, George Spivey, Charlene Newman,                          Donald, Riley Andrews, Kenisa Wallace, Victoria Daisey, Faith
 Wendell Lloyd, Margie Tennant and Charles Bass. A special tribute was made to the late Johnson Harmon, whose                              Elliot, Maria Torres, Kanashia Hamlett, Samantha Straub, Kate
 wife, Juanita, accepted the award. She is second from left. Not pictured are Lovie Lilly and Beverly Williams.                            Vargas, Rachael Rodriquez, Imani Long, Dina Patel, Alexis
                                                                                                                                           Lindner, Saketha Outlaw, Zaria Usher, Ziyanah Deal, Jamirah

           Multi-Cultural Interest Club
                                                                                                                                           Frisby Corbett, Samiyah Miller and Tara Herrara.
                                                                                                                                              The sixth-graders who will participate are Veronica Torres,
                                                                                                                                           Ashley Belanger, Mia Somershoe, Iyshanta Veale, Rebecca
                                                                                                                                           Frick, Brianna Lawson, Kaiomi Rivera Garcia, Kelsey Kenny,

              honors ‘Trailblazers’
                                                                                                                                           Julia LeMasters, Zizi Coleman, Zayna Snyder, Holly Franklin,
                                                                                                                                           Cristal Barahona, Kyla Edwards, L’Oreal Gray, Michelle Soto,
                                                                                                                                           Adrianna Schofield, Chelsea Clauser, Zhane Albright, Taylor
                                                                                                                                           Thompson, and Jabria Smith
   HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – The Oak-               and fulfilling your dreams.                        Charles Bass, Oakcrest choral music           The Ladies Tea Committee is comprised of Jessica Tobin,
crest High School Multi-Cultural Interest        The evening also included a special trib-   director who has taught for 32 years; James   Melanie Cox, Debbie Conrad, Amy Carter, Annmarie Benson,
Club hosted its inaugural Black History       ute to Johnson Harmon, the first African-       Farrow, Oakcrest buildings and grounds        Dawn Duelly, Stephanie Gibbons, Charlotte Hopkins, Michelle
Month luncheon Feb. 24, based on the          American principal at Oakcrest.                staff member; Lovie Lilly, Oakcrest assis-    Magliaro, Diane Scott, Dawn Leek, Loretta Leyrer, Joy Welsh,
theme “Developing a Culture of Quality,          Harmon, who also served as Pleasant-        tant principal 1990-2001; Wendell Lloyd,      Melanie Lamanteer, Karen Santora, Joelle Voelker, Stephanie
Looking Beyond Glass Boundaries.”             ville City Council president, died in 2011.    who taught for 27 years and served as a       Wroniuk, Samantha Curry, Patty Stard, Heather Lilly, and
   The luncheon paid tribute to black his-    He served the Greater Egg Harbor Regional      guidance counselor for 21 years; Charlene     Nancy Arsenault.
tory and Oakcrest’s African-American          High School District 1960-1992.                Newman, a 1982 Oakcrest graduate who             For information contact Karen Santora at santorak@hamil-
trailblazers.                                    Oakcrest guidance counselor and MCIC        returned to teach English in 1986; Veronica
   Honored guests, their families and         advisor Janine Jones organized the event       Smith, a special education teacher with the
students dined on a buffet luncheon and       with help from guidance counselor and          Greater Egg Harbor Regional High School          Get more Z’s: Secrets of a
watched black history videos. They also       Spanish Interest Club advisor Mary Al-         District since 1983 and at Oakcrest since
enjoyed a presentation by the Oakcrest        varado and Oakcrest Teen Center director       2007; George Spivey, 1964 class presi-          better night’s sleep March 12
Gospel Ensemble, which included a mov-        Darrell J. Edmonds.                            dent who pursued career in education and
                                                                                                                                              GALLOWAY – An estimated 70 million Americans have trouble
ing rendition of “One Moment in Time” by         The Multi-Cultural Interest Club, along     administration; Margie Tennant, a 1962
                                                                                                                                           sleeping. Inadequate or non-restful slumber can leave people vulner-
Oakcrest sophomore Essence Pittman.           with the Spanish Interest Club, seeks to en-   graduate who served the past 19 years as
                                                                                                                                           able to a long list of problems and dangers including car accidents,
   George Spivey, president of the Oakcrest   rich and celebrate the cultural awareness of   administrative secretary; Beverly Williams,
                                                                                                                                           workplace accidents, and health problems ranging from depression
Class of 1964, served as the evening’s        its members through social and educational     who joined Oakcrest faculty in September
                                                                                                                                           to obesity. On Monday, March 12 at 6 p.m., Dr. Jason Pagliarini, of
keynote speaker.                              activities during the school year.             1995 and currently teaches science and bi-
                                                                                                                                           Atlantic County Family Spine and Rehabilitation, will host a free
   He is a first-year recipient who stressed      Oakcrest’s first–year Trailblazer Award      ology; and Kevin Winchester, an Oakcrest
                                                                                                                                           60-minute sleep seminar in the first floor conference room at the At-
the importance of “being someone special”     recipients were:                               custodial staff member since 1985.
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                                                                                                                                           ship. Call (609) 748-0222 or see

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                                                           Writings of Frederick Douglass reveal more than black history
                                                                                                      While riding along the road one day,       also went on about his business,              worked for the colonel.                      most interesting thing to me (in Mas-
                                                               Liberty and                            he met a colored man, and addressed        not dreaming that he had been                    There the wife taught Douglass the        sachusetts) was the condition of the
                                                                                                      him in the usual manner of speaking to     conversing with his master. Two or            alphabet, until her husband warned that      colored people, many of whom, like
                                                                              colored people on the public highways      three weeks afterwards, the poor man          teaching a slave to read was dangerous and   myself, had escaped thither. I found
                                                                                                      of the south: ‘Well, boy, whom do you      was informed by his overseer that, for        a serious crime in Maryland. But Douglass    many, who had not been seven years
                                                                                                      belong to?’                                finding fault with his master, he was          then got white children his age to teach     out of their chains, living in finer houses
                                                           By SETH GROSSMAN                             ‘To Colonel Lloyd,’ replied the slave.   to be sold to a Georgia trader. He was        him to read and write when their parents     and enjoying more of the comforts of
                                                           Political Columnist                          ‘Well, does the colonel treat you        immediately chained and handcuffed,           were not around.                             life than the average slaveholder in
                                                                                                      well?’                                     and forever sundered from his family             When he was 15, Douglass was              Maryland.”
                                                              “Colonel Lloyd owned so many              ‘No, sir,’ was the ready reply. …        and friends. This is the penalty of telling   sent to do heavy farm work near St.             Douglass did not want revenge,
                                                           slaves that he did not know all of them.     Colonel Lloyd rode on; the man           the simple truth, in answer to a series of    Michaels, Md., where he was often            reparation or any special treatment
                                                                                                                                                 plain questions. …                            beaten severely and not given enough         from whites. He believed that access to
                                                                                                                                                    The slaveholders have been known           food. But five years later,                                education, and enforcement
                                                               Right-wing Republicans                                                            to send in spies among their slaves. The
                                                                                                                                                 frequency of this has had the effect to
                                                                                                                                                 establish among the slaves the maxim,
                                                                                                                                                                                               he was lucky and returned
                                                                                                                                                                                               to Baltimore.
                                                                                                                                                                                                  There, at age 20, Doug-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         of the 13th, 14th and 15th
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         amendments of the U.S.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Constitution were enough
                                                                                                                                                 ‘A still tongue makes a wise head.’ They      las was rented out for odd                                for blacks to share the Amer-
                                                               push anti-women agenda                                                            suppress the truth rather than take the
                                                                                                                                                 consequences of telling it.’
                                                                                                                                                           - “Narrative Life of Frederick
                                                                                                                                                                                               jobs, but managed to keep
                                                                                                                                                                                               some of his pay for forged
                                                                                                                                                                                               identity papers, a sailor’s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         ican dream. And he was a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            So the writings of Fred-
                                                                                                                                                  Douglass, an American Slave” (1845)          uniform and a train ticket                                erick Douglass are often
                                                                                                      By NORM COHEN
                                                              The Left’s Turn                         Political Columnist
                                                                                                                                                    The writings of Frederick Douglass
                                                                                                                                                 teach much more than “black history.”
                                                                                                                                                                                               to Philadelphia. White
                                                                                                                                                                                               opponents of slavery then
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         ignored or suppressed
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         during Black History
                                                                                                                                                 This passage from his autobiography           got him to New Bedford,                                   Month.
                                                                                                      Across the country, Republi-               explains why so many “free” business          Mass.                                                       Somers Point actor
                                                              cans have changed their key issues and talking points from rational                owners today – even top Atlantic City            Three years later, in 1841, he stood      Philip Barnett will bring this re-
                                                              subjects like budget cutting and the national debt, to issues of                   casino executives – won’t speak the           up and spoke at an anti-slavery meeting      markable historic figure to life when
                                                              abortion and denying a woman’s right to choose. Across the coun-                   truth on key public issues like the Revel     there. He then became active as a writer,    Liberty and Prosperity presents “An
                                                              try, the radical right wingers have pushed that agenda to the point                bailout and the CRDA, Atlantic City           speaker, and organizer in the anti-slavery   Evening with Frederick Douglass” 6
                                                              where even the “morning after” pill would be illegal for women to                  Alliance and the Tourism District slush       movement before the Civil War, the           p.m. next Wednesday, March 14 at
                                                              use.                                                                               funds. They dare not find fault with their     enlistment of blacks in the Union Army       the Shore Diner on Tilton and Fire
                                                                 Your friendly neighborhood right-wing Republican has decided                    “masters” – the politicians they need for     during the war, and in the civil rights      roads (by Parkway Exit 36) in Egg
                                                                                                                                                 licenses, loans, zoning variances and         movement for some 30 years after the         Harbor Township. Admission is
                                                              to become your wife’s OBGYN. In some states, legislation pushed
                                                                                                                                                 tax deals.                                    war. Douglass profoundly changed the         free, but donations are encouraged.
                                                              through the process has already been signed. In some cases, the                       Frederick Douglass was born near           opinions of many white Americans,               Somers Point attorney Seth Gross-
                                                                                              language of the anti-women agenda,                 Easton, Md., in 1817 or 1818 – slave          including Abraham Lincoln.                   man appears on 92.1FM 8-9 a.m.
                                                                                              including that life begins when there              owners did not record the birth dates of                                                   Saturday. For information see www.
                                                                                              is an embryo, is nothing more than                 their slaves, horses or cattle. He saw much      Frederick Douglass debunked the , email seth-
                                                                                              assault on the rights of the living                hardship and brutality on Colonel Lloyd’s     idea that enslaving blacks enriched or call (609)
                                                                                              person, the mother.                                massive network of farms there during         most whites in the South. According          927-7333. Breakfast discussions are
                                                                                                 If you take the illogical posi-                 his early childhood. When he was about        to Douglass, liberty brought prosperity      held 9:30-10:30 a.m. every Saturday at
                                                                                              tion that an embryo is alive and is                10 years old, he was sent to do household     to the North.                                the Shore Diner on Fire and Tilton roads
                                                                                              a person (this is kind of equivalent               chores for a couple in Baltimore who             “The most astonishing as well as the      in Egg Harbor Township.
                                                                                              to corporations being people) then
                                                                                              where would you stop? Every time
                                                                                              a couple had the chance, they would                AC Alliance positioned to help resort get its game on
                                                                                              be required by the government to
                                                                                              have sex because every sperm and                   By HARRY HURLEY                               sino Reinvestment Development                sports betting.
                                                              egg is a potential fetus. And here I thought that the right wing                   Political Columnist                           Authority, is properly engaged. The             It was in the bag. We had it. Until
                                                              wanted Big Government out of our lives.                                                                                          ACA, the Greater Atlantic City               a few unscrupulous Republicans de-
                                                                 Moreover some states, Alabama among them, have a law that                          The first public meeting of the Atlan-      Chamber of Commerce, the various             cided that Christie Whitman couldn’t
                                                                                                                                                 tic City Alliance was held last Thursday      casinos, Assemblymen John Amodeo             defeat former Gov. Jim Florio if the
                                                              requires a woman who wants to terminate her pregnancy to be
                                                                                                                                                 in the Crystal Ballroom of the Chelsea        and Chris Brown, Freeholder Board            sports betting question was placed
                                                              shown an ultrasound of the fetus, and then she has to wait 24                      Hotel, and it was a resounding success.       Chairman Frank Formica and many              on the general election ballot. She
                                                              hours before ending her pregnancy. For women further along, the                       Legendary broadcaster and longtime         other elected leaders were all in atten-     won. We lost.
                                                              ultrasound would be performed from outside her body, just like                     KYW TV 3 meteorologist Tom La-                dance. It’s lining up to be the perfect         Imagine how much that selfish,
                                                              thousands of “jelly on the belly” ultrasounds have been performed.                 maine served as master of ceremonies          positive storm.                              purely political decision has cost us
                                                              But a woman whose pregnancy is just starting, the only way to get                  and did a great job on behalf of Longport        The potential here is                     in New Jersey.
                                                              an ultrasound picture is for the doctor to go up her vagina, a rather              Media/News Talk 1400 WOND Radio,              unlimited, and failure is not an option.        Cartmell introduced the com-
                                                              invasive and demeaning process. One Alabama legislator put it this                 which provided live coverage of the           The only alternative left is to work         pany who will be heading the up-
                                                              way:                                                                               two-hour event.                               together and make it happen. Dave            coming marketing effort. It is a very
                                                                 “If you look up the term rape, that’s what it is: the penetration                  New Jersey Sen. Jim Whelan set a           Coskey, president of Longport Media,         well-respected New York advertis-
                                                              of the vagina without the woman’s consent,” said Linda Coleman,                    great tone for the meeting with brief         also knows this all too well. It’s why       ing megafirm named Euro RSCG.
                                                                                                                                                 opening remarks that were spot-on.            he dedicated valuable resources to           A multimedia blitz featuring print,
                                                              an Alabama state senator who is fighting the proposal in her state.
                                                                                                                                                 ACA President Liza Cartmell continues         provide the live broadcast                                radio, television and web
                                                              “As a woman, I am livid and outraged.” (Kristol, NY Times).                                                                      coverage.                                                 marketing will launch this
                                                                                                                                                 to impress me with her overall command
                                                                 But maybe all of these anti-women bills have so irked women                     and great focus about the priorities for         The competition is                                     mid-April.
                                                              in this country to the point that they are fighting back. A change                  marketing Atlantic City.                      fierce and ever-expand-                                      Cartmell confirmed
                                                              is a coming. Those who would turn back the clock to the days of                       Former Atlantic City Councilman            ing. The key to ultimate                                  that for the first time At-
                                                              the aspirin-between-the-knees method of birth control have gone                    John Schultz and many other resi-             success in Atlantic City is                               lantic City will be spend-
                                                              too far. And women across the country have had enough.                             dents and close working partners of           to become a mature, effec-                                ing marketing dollars that
                                                                 First, there was Mississippi where nearly 60 percent of voters in               Atlantic City spoke during the public         tive destination resort.                                  will enable Atlantic City to
                                                              the most conservative of states rejected a ban on abortion. Then                   session. Schultz delivered a great pre-          This means we must                                     have a national presence.
                                                              there was the public outcry over the Komen Foundation’s short-                     sentation about the past as a prologue        offer topnotch nongam-                                       The few million dollars
                                                              lived decision to defund Planned Parenthood. Even in extreme-                      regarding Atlantic City.                      ing attractions. This is                                  a year in marketing dollars
                                                              ly Republican Oklahoma there were protesters, according to www.                       Cartmell confirmed that the launch          the mission statement                                     that have been allocated in
                                                                                                                                                 of the new Atlantic City marketing            of the ACA.                                  the past did not allow Atlantic City to
                                                                                                                                                 campaign should not overshadow the               The big difference as I see it is that    market itself around the country.
                                                                 We in the Coalition for Peace and Justice have never taken an                   opening of the Revel Casino, set for          this time it’s really going to happen.          A five-year, $30 million per year
                                                              official position on the issue of abortion, nor has Peace Action,                   April 2. Therefore, the Atlantic City         We have seen the pretty renderings           commitment has been dedicated
                                                              the national organization for which CPJ is a regional chapter. The                 campaign will launch two weeks after          and great photos and other depic-            to change this. It sounds like a lot
                                                              reason is that we work with a number of Catholic peace and justice                 Revel’s opening.                              tions about how great the future will        of money, but it still falls well short
                                                              organizations, so we have agreed to disagree on the issue. But on                     This is a time of great excitement         be over the past 35 years.                   of many jurisdictions around the
                                                              civil liberty and government control issues, we do band together                   and possibilities for Atlantic City.             Talk is cheap. This is the time for       country.
                                                              to oppose bad law. If polled, one would find our members mostly                     Last Thursday’s attendance list was           action. No more lame excuses.                   It’s not just about throwing money
                                                              supporting President Clinton’s position that abortions should be                   a Who’s Who in movers and shak-                  The money is on the table. The            around. It’s about spending it wisely.
                                                              legal but rare.                                                                    ers, perfectly accompanied by many            talent pool of key players is the            Well-spent dollars will have a signifi-
                                                                 I don’t mind that the churches we have worked with over the                     residents and other stakeholders who          best it has ever been. The political         cant return on investment.
                                                              years are anti-abortion, because they are also anti-war and anti-                  peaceably assembled in such a highly          atmosphere is the most cohesive,                All eyes are watching.
                                                                                                                                                 professional manner.                          united and positive since the advent            Harry Hurley is president of Harry
                                                              death penalty. It seems to me, though, the main opponents to
                                                                                                                                                    Proper communication takes a lot           of the Casino Control Act back in            Hurley Consulting and Communica-
                                                              women having the same medical status as men are “pro-life” only                    of time and energy. But when effec-           1976-1978.                                   tions LLC. He hosts the daily talk radio
                                                              when it comes to life in the womb.                                                 tuated properly, the end result can be           I truly believe that the only thing       program “Hurley in the Afternoon”
                                                                 Norm Cohen is executive director of the Coalition for Peace                     powerful and positive.                        that can stop Atlantic City now would        noon-4 p.m. weekdays on Longport Me-
                                                              and Justice and a coordinator for the UNPLUG Salem Campaign.                          Another big key to success is that         be some deliberate act of political          dia, News Talk 1400 WOND Radio. He
                                                              Learn more at and www.                         the local government has not been             sabotage.                                    has hosted various programs for local
                                                     He can be reached at or                      shut out of the process. If this had             Don’t laugh. While I don’t suspect        television and is the editor and publisher
                                                              (609) 335-8176. Comment at                                 happened, it would all have a very            that in the least this time, remember,       of his news and information website,
                                                                                                                                                 different feel to it.                         it was political sabotage that stopped Comment at
                                                                                                                                                    The lead state agency, the Ca-             New Jersey from having legalized   
O            pinion                                                                                                                                                                                                 9
                                                                                                                                                   MEDICAL UPDATE

                                                                                                                                                                                                                    HAMILTON-EGG HARBOR CITY CURRENT / Friday, March 9, 2012
Obama remark was                       ItÊs wise to put your               kitten that a 200-pound rider
                                                                           and 1,000-pound horse chose
                                                                                                               of jobs in automobile and parts
                                                                                                               factories including collateral
                                                                                                                                                    Lawrence A. Schwartz, D.O. F.A.C.A.A.I.
                                                                                                                                                       Kenneth Better, M.D. F.A.C.A.A.I.
malicious innuendo                     abilities to good use               to repeatedly chase across a        jobs located near such plants            Danielle M. Gosner, MSN, NP-C.
                                                                           field, lasso around the neck,        were saved. Perhaps a nation-        Board Certified in Allergy & Immunology
To the editor:                         To the editor:                      lift and throw to the ground,       wide depression was averted.
   President Obama in an angry
speech declared that according
                                          I woke up early today and
                                       turned on the television. The
                                                                           and tie up, our senses would be
                                                                           revolted. Why is a 6-month-old
                                                                                                                   Furthermore, pride in Amer-
                                                                                                               ica would have taken a huge hit
                                                                                                                                                       ARE ALLERGY SHOTS FOR YOU?
to one unnamed newspaper               channel was airing the Sunday       calf any different?                 if the mainstay of our manufac-     Allergy shots can be a lifesaver for people who have trouble
report (Politico) Republicans          morning Mass so I left it on.           Is the cruelty somehow          turing base had gone the way of     avoiding the stuff to which they are allergic. Unfortunately
are “licking their chops” at bad          I didn’t change the channel,     lessened because some, but          the dinosaur. The economic as       there are only three ways to treat an allergy, avoid it,
gas price news. This accusa-           so the next show was “Boy           not all, people consider calves     well as psychological impact        medications or allergy shots. In many patients there is no
tion constitutes a malicious           Meets World” (circa 1993). I        food? When did it become OK         would have been disastrous.         simple answer. In fact many people, despite their best efforts
innuendo that is not grounded          was going to change the chan-       to jolt a bull or horse with a      Thank goodness President            to avoid their allergies, still have symptoms and in even
in fact. Another self-serving          nel, but the story line caught      stinging electrical current to                                          more people the allergy medications cause them bad side
                                                                                                               Obama was not deterred by
Obama remark was, “Only in             my attention.                       ensure a better show for the                                            effects. It is in these patients allergy shots are the answer.
                                                                                                               dispassionate free-market gu-       We at Atlantic Allergy & Asthma Center can provide you
politics do people greet bad              The main character, Cory,        audience? Does it really make       rus like Romney, guided by
news so enthusiastically.”             an average student and expert       it all acceptable because a vet                                         with a course of allergy shots that can cause long-term relief
                                                                                                               an economic Darwinian phi-          of your symptoms with decreased medication usage despite
   Needless to say, those who          “con kid,” was discussing           is waiting nearby?                  losophy while other nations
live in a glass house should           with Minkus, the smart boy              As to the Ringling Broth-                                           continued exposure to the allergens. Call us at 653-6676 and
                                                                                                               play by different rules. Would      allow us to help you enjoy life the way you want! Check us
not throw stones. After all,           in school, that he needed to        ers circus, called by animal
                                                                                                               the governments of Japan or         out on the web at
it was Obama who rode the              change the smart boy image.         rights advocates “The Cruelest
                                                                                                               South Korea, under similar
wave of bad Bush II news to            When Minkus took Cory’s             Show on Earth,” if the sight
                                                                                                               circumstances, have let their car      WE A C C E P T MOST
gain his presidency, and con-          advice, Minkus wasn’t avail-        of animals caged and carted
                                                                                                               industries go down the tubes?        MAJOR HEALTH INSURANCE
tinues to do so to maintain his        able to help Cory study for a       around in trucks does not
   There are always some who
                                       geography bee.
                                          Cory lost the contest, but got
                                                                           touch your heart, or elephants
                                                                           being beaten with whips and
                                                                                                               Of course not.
                                                                                                                   When people and profits         ATLANTIC ALLERGY & ASTHMA CENTER
take up on the wrong side of           a legitimate “A” on a geogra-       bull hooks and chained to the       compete with each other, Presi-          CAPE MAY         GALLOWAY TWP           LINWOOD
issues in attempts to capitalize,      phy exam because he actually        ground, then consider the re-       dent Obama supports people.              465-0744           653-6676             653-6676
but malicious American gloat-          studied. The principal was          cord penalty of $270,000 paid       We cannot say the same for for-
ing at another’s misfortune            proud of Cory. Minkus went          by Ringling under the terms         mer Gov. Romney. Then again,
is isolated. Even criminals,           back to being the smart kid.        of a Nov. 23, 2011 settlement       would we expect anything
dictators, and general evil-do-           The wise principal said to       with the USDA for violations        else from a hard-nosed private
ers are adulated and held in           Minkus: “Sometimes a man            of the Animal Welfare Act.          equities capitalist, ever willing
high esteem by an insignificant         doesn’t know himself until          Remember, a big cat does not        to cannibalize companies, toss
minority. People may disagree,         he’s walked a mile in another       jump through a ring of fire be-      folks out of work in order to
but their basic desire is the best     man’s pants.”                       cause it enjoys it, but because     make gobs of money? Note,
for their fellow Americans.               Not only did Jesus have a        it fears the consequence of not     in the case of automobiles,
   Red-blooded Americans are           parable about the rich man          doing so.                           Romney, relying on skewed
not licking their chops at the         who hoarded his money, but              Non-human animals have          logic, would have let an entire
misfortune of those suffering          he had a parable about the man      an equal right to enjoyment         American industry sink, not
economic hardship, be it from          who buried his talents.             of their existence on this earth    just a company.
high gas prices, unemploy-                        Marian R. Carlino        and should not be enslaved and          Survival of the fittest might
ment, housing and mortgage                              Somers Point       mistreated, or made to perform      sound just fine to those who
problems, health, AIDS or                                                  acts against their nature, for      ignore consequences from afar.
any other calamity. Ameri-                                                 the amusement or sadistic en-       Why should they irritate their
cans do not wish ill on their             Vote for Rick                    joyment of humans. We must          sensibilities while blood flows
compatriots. Most Americans,
regardless of party, want lower
                                        Santorum, the true                 join with the Humane Society
                                                                           of the United States in opposi-
                                                                                                               through other folks’ streets,
                                                                                                               homes foreclose, neighbor-
gas prices, more jobs, and de-             conservative                    tion to rodeos and circuses that    hoods deteriorate? Indeed, it’s
clining unemployment, even                                                 use animals.                        easy for a callous entrepre-
if those factors contribute to         To the editor:                          As Albert Schweitzer, the       neur like multimillionaire Mitt
the re-election of political op-          There is no clear Repub-         philosopher, musician, theolo-      Romney to spout tough rhetoric
ponents who have lost touch            lican nominee for president.        gian, physician, and winner of      when his ox isn’t being gored.
with Americana. The com-               Perhaps for once New Jersey         the Nobel Peace Prize, said:        He blithely asserts he’s not
mon good supersedes political          voters will be able to influence         “We must fight against the       worried about the very poor,
gamesmanship.                          the process when our primary        spirit of unconscious cruelty       albeit with frayed safety nets he
                Albert Maslar          comes around. If that is the        with which we treat the ani-        suggests he will fix. Hmmm!
                        Absecon        case, here is why we should all     mals. Animals suffer as much        Does it seem like he really cares
                                       vote for Rick Santorum.             as we do. True humanity does        about the middle class even
                                                                           not allow us to impose such
 Buying your vote                         He gives good face. This
                                       cherub makes Newt look like,        sufferings on them. It is our
                                                                                                               though he says he does?
                                                                                                                   Romney, some might say a
with money we donÊt                    well, a newt. He wears nice         duty to make the whole world
                                                                           recognize it. Until we extend
                                                                                                               very successful businessman,
                                       sweaters. He showed he is a                                             once CEO of a major private
       have                            devoted family man when he          our circle of compassion to all
                                                                                                               equities firm Bain Capital, ap-
                                       stopped his Florida campaign        living things, humanity will
                                                                           not find peace.”                     pears to have no clue how the
To the editor:                         to rush home to be with his
                                                                                  Richard J. Grzywinski        American economy as a whole
   Congress has extended the           ill daughter who had a large
payroll tax cut because incum-
bents don’t want to shrink pay-
checks in an election year.
                                       American flag flapping in her
                                       hospital room.
                                          I also feel a little sorry       Romney would have
                                                                                                Galloway       functions. His rhetoric infers he
                                                                                                               does not realize that allowing a
                                                                                                               vital domestic industry to sink
   If you make $50,000 per             for him. Were not for his           let GM and Chrysler
                                                                                                               would create a devastating
                                                                                                               domino effect, force myriads
                                                                                                                                                       DERMATOLOGY                                  LLC
year, the extension may save           heavy lifting we would all be
you $1,040 per year. In fiscal          stuck with gays, evolutionary               fail                        of businesses to lay off work-                          Birgit K. Toome M.D. F.A.A.D
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row $1.33 billion to cover the         females.                                                                tion nationwide, and thwart
                                                                           To the editor:                      America’s attempt to crawl out
projected budget deficit. That             Vote for Rick Santorum. He          In a 2008 New York Times
means you, and every member            is a true conservative.                                                 of a terrible recession.                                    Is Pleased to Announce
                                                                           op-ed titled, “Let Detroit Go           In Romney’s mind, giving
of your family and everyone                           Andrew W. Lee        Bankrupt,” the former Mas-                                                                 our New Atlantic County Location:
you know, will each owe $4,249                               Linwood                                           companies even like General
                                                                           sachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney         Motors, once the bellwether                                  2500 English Creek Road,
as an individual’s share of the                                            said Detroit should “go bank-       of America’s economy, and                                    Suite 604, EHT, NJ 08234
money borrowed. Incumbents
are attempting to buy your vote
                                          Rodeos, circuses                 rupt” rather than receive federal   Chrysler a second chance to fix                                 (AtlantiCare Complex)
with money we don’t have while            subject animals                     “If General Motors, Ford,
                                                                                                               what’s broken does not com-                              1-888-7DR-SKIN (377546)
putting all of us deeper in debt.                                                                              pute. Letting them go bankrupt
   If you are sick of career politi-         to cruelty                    and Chrysler get the bailout
                                                                           that their chief executives asked
                                                                                                               and then, more likely than not,
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cians, then please help replace                                                                                go out of business would be
them and take the money out of         To the editor:                      for yesterday, you can kiss the     a whole lot easier and more                BOTOX • JUVEDERM • SCULPTRA
politics by becoming an active            As Atlantic City celebrates      American automotive indus-          efficient, at least in America.        SKIN CARE • AESTHETIC SERVICES • LASERS
member of GOooh. GOooh                 the arrival of the rodeo and the    try goodbye,” Detroit-born          As CEO of a profits über alles
(pronounced “go’) intends to           circus, it does us well to keep     Romney asserted right after         Wall Street juggernaut, that         We treat all diseases of the skin, hair and nails.
challenge incumbents, in the           in mind the animal “perform-        President Obama was elected         sort of logic was standard
primaries, with citizen represen-      ers” who bear the physical and      in 2008. “It won’t go overnight,                                                                              offices
                                                                                                                                                               Please contact one of our offices
                                                                                                               procedure, especially if profits
tatives chosen by the members          psychological burden of these       but its demise will be virtually    could be made by reallocating
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                                                                                                                                                                               HAMILTON-EGG HARBOR CITY CURRENT / Friday, March 9, 2012
     Beef and Brew                                                     beef and beer
   A Beef and Brew fundraiser                                       The Brett Sterr Family of
to benefit the Absegami High                                      Galloway will hold a beer and
School Crew Program is set for                                     beer fundraiser 6-10 p.m. Sat-
7-10 p.m., Friday, March                                             urday, March 24 at Irish Eyes,
9 at the Oyster Creek Inn,                                           St. Louis Ave., Egg Harbor
Galloway. The cost is $25                                            City. The cost is $20 and
and includes Yengling and                                            the proceeds from the event
Coors Light, beef, siti,                                              will fund a scholarship in
chicken tenders and des-                                              Sterr’s name to be awarded
serts. Contact Renee Irwin                                            to an Absegami High School
at (609) 703-0091 or irwin-                                         wrestler. Sterr, a former Abse-                                                        gami wrestler and a motocross
                                                                   enthusiast, died as a result of
  Weymouth spring                                                 injuries suffered during a dirt
                                                                  bike accident last year. For
     seminar                                                    information, contact Dawn Rob-
   The Weymouth Township Environ-                     inson at
mental and Shade Tree Commissions will
hold their sixth annual spring seminar 9:15
a.m. Saturday, March 10. Attendees qualify                        Hike Estell
for CEU credits under the New Jersey Shade           Meet at the Fox Nature Center at 1:30 p.m.
Tree and Community Forestry Assistance Act.        Sunday, March 25 for a free two-hour social
The program is free to the public and will be      hike through Atlantic County Park in Estell
held at the Weymouth Township Municipal            Manor. The pace will be geared toward the
Building, 45 S. Jersey Ave., Dorothy. Contact      ability of the group. Registration is encour-
Jill Baxter at (609) 476-2086 or hoganhoto@        aged. Call (609) 625-7000, ext. 5431.
                                                     American Red Cross Blood
             Sunset tai chi                                Drive in EHC
  Teens and adults can practice tai chi or mov-      The Zion Lutheran Church, 318 Phila-
ing meditation 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 12 and        delphia Ave., Egg Harbor City, will hold an
27 at Lake Lenape Park East, 753 Park Road in      American Red Cross Blood Drive 2-8 p.m.
the Mays Landing section of Hamilton Town-         Monday, March 26. For information or to
ship. Practitioners move their bodies slowly,      schedule an appointment, call (609) 965-1813
gently and with awareness, while breathing         or see
deeply. These introductory sessions will impart
energy exercises that are simple to follow and              EHC school board
easy to remember. Participants should dress in
loose-fitting clothing and casual footgear, and               changes dates
bring water. The session is free, but partici-       The Egg Harbor City Board of Education will
pants must register. Call (609) 625-7000, ext.     hold a public hearing on the 2012-’13 school
5431. The event is sponsored by the Atlantic       budget 7 p.m., Wednesday, March 28 in the Egg
County Division of Parks and Recreation and        Harbor City Community School cafetorium,
Department of Public Works.                        730 Havana Ave. Call (609) 965-1034.

    Antique Appraisal Night                             EHC Historical Society
  The Township of Hamilton Historical Soci-              updating scrapbooks
ety is hosting an Antique Appraisal Night 6-8         Marjorie Gries-Garwood, historian for
p.m. Monday, March 12 at the Mays Landing          the Egg Harbor City Historical Society, is
Presbyterian Church Annex, located behind          updating the Roundhouse Museum yearly
the Presbyterian Church, 6001 Main St. in          scrapbooks. Special events should relate
Mays Landing. Bring the antique collectible        to those occurring between 2006 and 2011. This
you have inherited or found in the attic and find   could include articles, pictures and handouts
out what it’s worth. Linda Patterson Hinkle        relating to sports event, graduations, organiza-
of Aardvark Antiques in Northfield and Ken          tion sponsored, parades, class reunions and city
Aiscowitz of Days of Olde Antique Center in        sponsored events. The public’s help is appreci-
Smithville will view and appraise your items.      ated. Call Gries-Garwood at (609) 645-1907.
The cost is $5 for one item, and $3 for each
additional item. Proceeds benefit the Historical
Society. For more info, call (609) 625-1598.
                                                         Golf outing to benefit
                                                         epilepsy foundation
                                                      A golf outing, called “Tee Time to Save
       Hike through history                        Time - No More Time Lost to Seizures,” is 1
       at Estell Manor Park                        p.m. Saturday, March 31 at the Mays Land-
   Explore the ruins of a 19th century glass-      ing Country Club. Registration is at noon.
making community and learn about the               Tickets are $150 for individuals and $500 for
activities that took place in a 20th century       a foursome and include a light lunch, a dinner,
bomb-making city while getting some exer-
cise 1:30-3:30 p.m. Saturday, March 17. The
                                                   giveaways and awards. A raffle will also be
                                                   held. Proceeds benefit the Epilepsy Foundation      Saturday, March 17, 2012
Atlantic County Division of Parks will conduct
a guided walking tour of the foundations and
                                                   of New Jersey. Call (609) 442-5316.
                                                                                                         Bally’s Atlantic City
                                                                                                          Ocean Ballroom
ruins of the Bethlehem Loading Company,
which produced armaments for World War I.
                                                          Kiwanis to hold 90th
                                                           anniversary dinner
                                                                                                         7:00 pm-12:00 am
Call (609) 625-7000, ext. 5431.
                                                      The Egg Harbor City Kiwanis will hold its
                                                   90th anniversary dinner on Wednesday, April
              Soup Nights                          25 at the Mays Landing Golf and Country
  The Elwood Methodist Church, 422 Elwood
Road next to the firehouse, will hold a soup
                                                   Club. Cocktail hour with hors’ doeuvres and                             Tickets are $100 each.
night 5-7 p.m. Monday, March 19. The free
                                                   a cash bar begin at 6 p.m. Dinner follows at
                                                   7 p.m. The cost for adults is $35 and $10 for
                                                                                                                        Come walk the Green Carpet!
event is open to the public. Call (609-561)
                                                   children 10 and younger. Adult dinner selec-        Hors d’oeuvres, dinner, music, dancing, cash bar, auction & gift bag.
                                                   tions are chicken francaise, prime rib, and                  All proceeds to bene¿t new technology, lectures,
         EHC chamber
                                                   horseradish encrusted tilapia. Children may
                                                   have chicken fingers and curly fries. RSVP
                                                                                                         educational enhancement and scholarships for MRHS students.
    to meet with Rotary Club                       to Deanie Fenstermaker at (609) 965-1519
   To collaborate with other community             or Janine Brown at (609) 965-0886 or email              Honoring MRHS 2012 Alumni Hall of Fame Inductees:
groups, the Greater Egg Harbor City Chamber by April 18.                           Jim Allen                    Carmen Marotta
of Commerce will hold its next meeting in                                                                       Alexa D’Amato                John Medica
conjunction with the Egg Harbor City Rotary               Stand Up for Autism
Club. Chamber members will join Rotarians             The second annual Stand Up for Autism                     Nick Droboniku               Jacob Reses
at their weekly breakfast meeting at 7 a.m.,       fundraiser will take place 6-10 p.m. Friday,                 Sally DePamphilis            James Ziereis
Wednesday, March 21 at the Harbor Diner, 613
White Horse Pike. The business/networking
                                                   April 27 at the Mays Landing Country Club.                   Carolann Klingert            and special guests!
                                                   The evening features comedian Joel Rich-
session will focus on creating partnerships        ardson of Soul Joel Productions with special
to benefit businesses and the community.           guest stars “Mad Dog” Mattern and Josh
                                                                                                                   Please make checks payable to: MRCP
Breakfast is $10, payable at the diner. New        Spear. Tickets are $50 per person and include             and mail to: MRCP, PO Box 112, Linwood, NJ 08221
members are welcome. For information and           a buffet dinner, and dessert. Proceeds benefit            Or purchase tickets online at:
reservations, call Nanette LoBiondo Galloway       FACES Autism Support Network’s education
at (609) 965-5681, or email nlo@nlocommu-          and support programs in South Jersey. Call                                     (609) 412-3738 for tickets and sponsorship                  Sponsored by The Mainland Regional Community Partnership


                                                                                                                                             December students of the month
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                                                                       Riding out the storm                                            Mainland areas suffered high wind, flooding damage
                                                                      by the Mayflower pool                                            By R.J. LIBERATORE Jr.             damage, and Gries reported and      People lost power.”                 surge, she said.
                                                                                                                                      Staff Writer                       captured it on the pages of The        Printed accounts say residents      Nearby, the front of the Motts
                                                                  I was 13, and it was my sister’s 17th birthday. We did not                                             News.                               compared the damage caused by       Creek Marina Store was washed
                                                               go to school that day – I do not remember why, either the                 EGG HARBOR CITY – Lo-              This week Garwood shared         the 1962 storm to conditions ex-    away by the storm.
                                                               birthday or the storm. My mother was worried about fly-                 cal historian Majorie Garwood      copies of the papers her father     perienced 18 years earlier when        The Oyster Creek Inn at
                                                               ing debris because the winds were so high. We lived in an              remembers how her father,          had saved that contained articles   the Hurricane of 1944 roared up     Leeds Point suffered great dam-
                                                               apartment on the 100 block of Tennessee Avenue in Atlantic             George Gries, rode her around      written in the days following the   the coast.                          age as well. The damage was
                                                               City. My mother owned a store at Tennessee and the Board-              as he looked for news in the       infamous storm.                        In the Motts Creek section       so intense that owner Robert
                                                               walk, under the Mayflower Hotel, across from Fralinger’s.               communities surrounding Egg           The papers not only captured     of Galloway Township, two           Kuppel cut short a vacation trip
                                                               In those days there was no insurance for floods, so we went to          Harbor City in the early 1960s.    the horror of the storm experi-     invalid women were saved from       to Florida to come back and take
                                                               the store to tape up the plate-glass windows and take merchan-            Gries, who was an Atlantic      enced by Mainland residents,        their marooned cottage after        charge, the newspaper said.
                                                               dise out of the basement. We were stocked up in anticipation           County freeholder and editor       but proved to be a valuable         gale-force winds ripped off a          Oyster Creek Inn’s walk-
                                                               of Easter, which was always a big day for the boardwalk                of the city’s weekly newspaper,    snapshot of a time when Atlantic    side of the building, according     in icebox was destroyed by
                                                               merchants. The basement was at beach level with cinder block           often shared his journeys with     County lifestyles were different    to reports from Edwin Fenton,       rising floodwaters, the paper
                                                               walls. The water came up fast and started pouring through the          Garwood as they visited areas      than they are today.                police chief at the time. Rescu-    reported.
                                                               cinder blocks. After we saved what we could, we went upstairs          such as Green Bank, Lower             The March 8 issue of the         ers waded through shoulder-            Both the Green Bank and
                                                               to the store and found that we were trapped by the rising water.       Bank, Sweetwater, Batsto and       News reported that a large          high water until Wilmer Leeds       Lower Bank bridges were
                                                               We went next door to the Mayflower. They had an indoor                  the western portions of Gal-       plate-glass window at Ranere        brought a boat to the scene and     closed, forcing Leek Boat Plant
                                                               pool on the second or third floor, and we rode out the storm            loway.                             Chevrolet Sales on the White        the women were taken to Shore       workers to travel 15-plus miles
                                                               sitting by the pool and looking out to the ocean. Debris from             But the trips she took in the   Horse Pike was blown in by          Memorial Hospital in Somers         through Batsto and into Egg
                                                               Steel Pier came floating by; I think it was the high-diving             days after the Ash Wednesday       high winds during the storm.        Point.                              Harbor City to get home.
                                                               horse tank and the diving bell. Eventually they floated down            Storm of 1962 were different          “I remember the constant            Galloway police officers Roy         An overflowing Egg Harbor
                                                               the ocean and hit the Million Dollar Pier.                             from any other.                    howling winds,” Garwood             Heintz, Bill Mong and Jack          River flooded Somers Point
                                                                  When we could, we went and played in the water to feel the             “I was so scared of what I      said.                               Akeret joined township Mayor        Road in Mays Landing. Water
                                                               “tingling.”What dummies we were – that was electricity!                might see when we went into           Across the city, numerous        Charles Klein in helping with       backed up into the Wheaton
                                                                  After the storm I remember The Press had headlines that             Atlantic City that I can’t re-     television aerials fell, and some   the rescue operation, the paper     Glass Plant at the Lenape Lake
                                                               Long Beach Island was virtually wiped out. There was a lot             member any of it,” she said. “I    trees and branches crashed to       said.                               dam. Also, 2.5 miles of the
                                                               of damage in the inlet of Atlantic City too, including the apart-      was frantic.”                      the ground, all victims of strong      “These weren’t meant to be       Atlantic City Railway Line
                                                               ment building on the boardwalk at Maine Avenue, where we                  Though the three-day coastal    winds.                              year-round homes,” Garwood          between Absecon and Atlantic
                                                               used to live. It seems like the inlet never really recovered.          storm March 6-8 is known              “That was the damage you         noted. “Many were just fishing       City was washed out, the paper
                                                                                                                 Janis Hetrick        for the flooding conditions it      saw around Egg Harbor City,”        shacks.”                            reported. An army of 125 men
                                                                                                       Egg Harbor Township            caused along the immediate         Garwood recalled. “There were          Many of the structures were      worked to restore service in the
                                                                                                                                      coast, mainlanders also suffered   a lot of trees and branches down.   severely damaged by the storm       week following the accident.

                                                                                                                                                        Power outage pulls the plug on bakery
                                                                                                                                      I moved to the United States in January
                                                                                                                                   of ’61 to Brooklyn from Sorrento, Italy.
                                                                                                                                   I was 21 at the time, and I took the bus
                                                                                                                                   down to Atlantic City in October of ’61.
                                                                                                                                   The storm happened in March.
                                                                                                                                      There was sand all the way to Pacific
                                                                                                                                   and Atlantic avenues. I remember not
                                                                                                                                   being able to sleep at night because of
                                                                                                                                   the windows shaking from the wind.
                                                                                                                                   Anyone who had a basement apartment
                                                                                                                                   was flooded out. They couldn’t get in
                                                                                                                                   because there was so much water.
                                                                                                                                      I worked at a bakery called Center City
                                                                                                                                   Italian Bakery. We couldn’t work, cook,
                                                                                                                                   or make bread for three or four days
                                                                                                                                   because there was no electricity. We had
                                                                                                                                   to sell stale bread, and people bought it
                                                                                                                                   just for something to eat.
                                                                                                                                      The storm took away almost 300 beach
                                                                                                                                   houses from here to Cape May. There
                                                                                                                                   was sand all along Ocean Drive. The
                                                                                                                                   boardwalk and Steel Pier were really
                                                                                                                                   damaged. The pier broke in half.
                                                                                                                                      We had to just wait for it all to get
                                                                                                                                   cleaned up. It took weeks and months. I
                                                                                                                 Kathleen Kleva    had never seen a storm like that before.
                                                              Sal Savarese Sr. sits in his restaurant, Tulipano in Gal-                                     Sal Savarese Sr.                                                                           Submitted by Sal Savarese
                                                              loway, holding a picture from the ’62 storm                                                           Cologne      Virginia Avenue in Atlantic City after the storm.

                                                                 After the storm,
                                                           ‘everything was tuned over’
                                                              I was 20 at the time of the storm and living in
                                                           Pleasantville. I was a newlywed with my husband,
                                                           George. We were married in January, and the storm
                                                           was in March. We were living in Glendale Manor
                                                              It was very windy. Thankfully there was no damage
                                                           to our apartment. There were no broken windows, but
                                                           we obviously had no electricity. The wind was so loud
                                                           that it scared me; it sounded like a train.
                                                              The next day or so we went out to Atlantic City.
                                                           There was trash everywhere, and everything was
                                                           turned over. The boardwalk leading to Steel Pier was
                                                           washed out. We also went to the Inlet – that’s where
                                                           I was raised – and there was so much debris. The
                                                           roof of Hackney’s was bowing and the bottom had
                                                                                                                       Hackney’s restaurant suffered a lot of dam-
                                                           been ripped out.                                                                                                                                                                                             Submitted
                                                                                                                       age. Their roof had bowed, and the bottom
                                                              I was raised here, so I’m not afraid of hurricanes. I                                                        Steel Pier’s entrance way was washed out by the storm.
                                                                                                                       had been washed out.
                                                           felt safe, but it was scary with the wind and the rain.
                                                                                                 Barbara Turner            See more photos and read other accounts of the ’62 storm at

                                                                                                                                                                                                                             HAMILTON-EGG HARBOR CITY CURRENT / Friday, March 9, 2012
   ’62 storm was harrowing for Brigantine bride-to-be
By MARJORIE PRESTON                                    scenes of devastation: rocks and trees tossed
Staff Writer                                           around like playthings, a once-sunken well
                                                       that had been completely unearthed, and small
   BRIGANTINE – Thirteenth Street is the last          mountains of mud and sand.
street on the northernmost tip of the island,             “When we ventured into the center of town,
only a block long between beach and bayfront.          it looked like a war zone,” said Cherry, who is
When the storm of ’62 hit, the bay and the ocean       now 71. She also watched the Seashore Pier
met on the narrow thoroughfare, according to           as it broke apart and its pilings washed into
Brigantine native Verna Cherry, who now lives          the street.
in Galloway.                                              She trudged on foot to a downtown school,
   On the worst night of the storm, Cherry – who       where her fiancé picked her up and took her
was then Verna Gaus – huddled in her home              back to his home in Galloway. The church had
with her mother and father, Emma and Bill              been undamaged, and a few weeks later, on the
Gaus, and her sister Carol, with no electricity,       day of the wedding, “It was a beautiful sunny
no phone and only flashlights for illumination.         day,” said Cherry.
Outside, the wind roared relentlessly, and rising         The couple went on to have four daughters,
water lapped at the front porch stairs.                Kathleen, Debbie, Jennifer and Mary Emma,
   “It was eerie, because we had no idea what          and six grandchildren. Last year, when Hur-
was going on,” said Cherry. “We didn’t think           ricane Irene struck, the family was packed and
it was going to be bad – it wasn’t a hurricane         prepared to evacuate, but that storm fizzled out
– but with the new moon and high tide, it was          before it hit South Jersey.
a combination of things. It was supposed to be            Cherry and her husband, Joe, lived together
a typical nor’easter.”                                 for almost a half-century until his death in
   Though the storm was frightening, the 21            2011. Every once in a while, she takes out the
year old had a more pressing concern: On April         scrapbook of old black-and-white photos of the
28, just a few weeks away, she was supposed to         town after the storm, and remembers the drama
marry her fiancé, Joseph Cherry, at St. Thomas          of the great nor’easter of 1962.                                                                                                                  Marjorie Preston
the Apostle Church on the island. At first light,          “It’s hard to believe it’s been 50 years,” she     Verna Cherry of Galloway shares photos of the 1962 nor’easter with her grandchildren,
when the family stepped outside, they saw              said.                                                 Juliet Cherry, 5, and Joey Hawn, 16, a student at Absegami High School.

    Absecon man saw his family livelihood washed away                                                                                                       Eerie feeling
   Staff Writer

      ABSECON – At one time Paxsonville
                                                                                                                                                           forebode flood
                                                                                                                                                By LAURA STETSER                      see how high the water was if
   was a mainstay of this city – a tourist                                                                                                      Staff Writer                          you look.”
   court with 62 cabins and a restaurant on                                                                                                                                              She said her grandmother lived
   the White Horse Pike west of the Delilah                                                                                                        Fifteen-year-old Davine Reid       on Arctic Avenue, and the water
   Road overpass.                                                                                                                               just knew something bad was           rushed in so fast it knocked her
      The March 1962 storm put an end                                                                                                           going to happen that night.           door down.
   to that.                                                                                                                                        “I told my friend we’d better         The next day Atlantic City
      Paxsonville evolved from a gas station                                                                                                    hurry up and get home. There          looked like a scene in Venice,
   opened in 1928 by Joseph A. Paxson                                                                                                           only was a shallow wind, but the      Italy, Reid said.
   at the site off the westbound lane of                                                                                                        moon was so close to Earth, and          “There were people floating
   Route 30.                                                                                                    Submitted by James Paxson Sr.
                                                                                                                                                it was a full moon. I’ve never seen   down the street in dresser bu-
      “My grandfather had eight different         Shot from the Delilah Road overpass facing Absecon. Paxsonville is on the right side of       the moon that close. I just had a     reaus like boats,” she said. “We
   kinds of gas and 50 pumps,” James              Route 30.                                                                                     feeling something was wrong.”         were stuck in our houses for a
                                                                                                                                                   Reid was living with her par-      few days.”
   Paxson Sr. told The Current Sunday,
                                                     “That was one of the first really nice countless pieces.                                    ents on North New York Avenue            She recalled feeling so relieved
   March 4. “Later he expanded it with an                                                                                                       in Atlantic City. She was walking     when the cavalry came in.
   animal zoo. It had bears, lions, coyotes,      35mm cameras,” he said. “I learned how        Paxson went to work at Smithville Inn,
                                                  to use it during the storm. It had the old where he was a waiter for 28 years.                home from Arctic Avenue with             “The National Guard came by
   ostriches, leopards and orangutans – you                                                                                                     her friend at around 7:30 p.m.        in tanks and threw bread and food
   name it.”                                      flashbulbs. It worked good.”                   “I was there in Fred and Ethel Noyes’
                                                     The family fled once the floodwaters heyday,” he said.                                       the night the ocean invaded the       to us because we couldn’t get out
      The zoo animals were sold to famed                                                                                                        streets of Atlantic City in 1962      to the stores. It was such a great
   trapper, author and later movie celebrity      got indoors. Paxson said he doesn’t re-       He worked another 18 years stocking
                                                                                                                                                when she noticed the moon and         feeling to see them coming.”
   “Bring ’Em Back Alive” Frank Buck.             member how they got out.                   shelves at night for ShopRite.                     got a sense that something out           The cleanup effort took quite
      James Paxson said his grandfather was          “I remember we kept the cars at a high     Paxson’s father died in 2002. His               of the ordinary was about to          a while.
   “involved in a million things.” He was a       point at the highway,” he said. “When mother, Selma, is 92 and lives in Wil-                  happen.                                  “We didn’t have shop vacs
   judge in Atlantic City, where he served a      waters were around we always had the liamstown.                                                  “I often get feelings like that,   to suck up all of the water. We
   brief stint as mayor in 1930.                  cars ready to back out.”                      He has other relatives still living in          and I definitely had one that         had to sweep it out of the house
      Paxson’s father managed Paxsonville,           The Paxsons sought shelter with family the area.                                           night,” said Reid, who is now 65      and hang our carpets out on the
   and his uncle operated another motel on        members in Pleasantville for two days         “But I’ll always remember Paxson-               and living in Pleasantville.          line and wait for them to dry,”
   the east side of the pike.                     before returning to their home and source ville,” he said. “You could call it Paxson-            She wasn’t in her house more       Reid said.
      But that was before March 1962, when        of income.                                 ville or the Paxson Motel – but we always          than 20 minutes when the water           She said she remembers feel-
   the Jersey shore was battered for three           “The wind blew paneling off the walls,” called it ‘the place.’ That was my life.”          started coming up the street,         ing very fearful that night – a
   days by punishing winds, heavy rain and        he said. “Our appli-                                                                          she said. “I couldn’t believe it.     sense she has held on to all these
   high tides.                                    ances ended up under                                                                          We just barely made it into our       years. That storm was the reason
      Little of Paxsonville survived.             the house. It was on                                                                          houses.”                              she was hesitant to move back to
                                                  pilings, but it still all                                                                        She said her father had a dif-     the area after living in Georgia.
      Paxson worked there as a youngster
                                                  got flooded.”                                                                                  ferent experience that evening.          “It’s a fear that I still have. I
   and fully expected to one day succeed his                                                                                                    He worked at the Governor Hotel       always ask for a second-floor
   father, Ivo Paxson, in its management. His        The knee-level wa-
                                                  ter had continued to                                                                          on Virginia Avenue between the        apartment. I would never get a
   family lived in a house on the property.                                                                                                     boardwalk and Pacific Avenue at        basement or first-floor one or a
      “It was sad; we lost Paxsonville,” Pax-     rise, he said.
                                                     “We found sea-                                                                             the time and was walking home         low-lying house. I’ve seen what
   son said. “We moved to Absecon.”                                                                                                             from his shift along Tennessee        can happen,” Reid said, refer-
      Paxson, 72, said he will always remem-      weed on the door-
                                                                                                                                                Avenue.                               ring to the deaths caused by the
   ber the storm’s fury.                          knobs when we came                                                                               “He nearly drowned that night.     storm.
      “I was in the midst of it,” he said. “You   back in,” Paxson said.                                                                        He got pulled under the water            “They have dunes now, which
   don’t forget when the waves hit with such      “There was an inch of                                                                         right along the street near the       we didn’t have back then. It was
                                                                                                                         Steve Prisament
   force. The kitchen sink moved back and         mud on the floor.”                                                                             Ginsburg Bakery,” Reid said.          just flat,” she said. “But if the
                                                     Many of the mo-        James Paxson Sr. holds up a scrapbook with a 1960s
   forth. The laundry room door burst open.                                                                                                     “You can still see the waterline      water wants to come up, it’s go-
   Water came in up to our knees.”                tel units were simply newspaper ad. His father, Ivo Paxson, wrote to the                      on that building. They’ve tried       ing to come up. There’s nothing
      Paxson said he had an Argus C-3             gone – taken by the Mengel Furniture Co. that their wooden dresser                            to paint over it, but you can still   we can do to stop it.”
   camera.                                        wind or shattered into survived the March 1962 storm, and they made an                               Intern Kathleen Kleva helped coordinate reader
                                                                            advertisement out of it.
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                                                                                                                                                                             Photos by Jen Arthur                  Ann Ross of Mays Landing and a scrapbook instructor at Michael’s in Mays Landing
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                                                                                                                                           fundraiser fills
                                                                                                                                            the Flanders
                                                                                                                                         Scrapbooking enthusiasts gath-
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                                                                                                                                       City Saturday, March 3 for the sixth
                                                                                                                                       annual Scrap Away Get Away.
                                                                                                                                       Funds raised during the event were
                                                                                                                                       donated to the Atlantic County
                                                                                                                                       Woman’s Center.
                                                           Kelli Szrom of Egg Harbor Township enjoys
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                                                           with her friend Gina Oliver of Egg Harbor                                                                                                                Guests enjoy scrapbooking all day on the ballroom floor of the hotel.

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                       HAMILTON-EGG HARBOR CITY CURRENT / Friday, March 9, 2012
   AARP Bargaintown Chap-
ter Meeting 1 p.m. Friday,
March 9 at Grace Lutheran
Church Fellowship Hall, 11 E.
Dawes Ave., Somers Point. Call
(609) 641-4282.                                                                                                         6D\LQJ IXOO QDPH ELUWKGD\     DJH         8VLQJ WKH EDWKURRP DORQH
   “The Vagina Monologues”
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hors d’oeuvres 6:30-7:30 p.m.
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   Beef and Beer 6-10                                                                                                   6WDWLQJ QHHGV ZLWK VLPSOH VHQWHQFHV        &XWWLQJ ZLWK VFLVVRUV
p.m. Saturday, March 10 at                                                                                                                                          6QDSSLQJ     EXWWRQLQJ FORWKLQJ
American Legion Hall Post 295,
232 E. Mill Road, Northfield.                                                                                                                                        8SGDWHG LPPXQL]DWLRQV
Cost is $10 for adults, $5 for
children. Takeout available. For
information or tickets call (609)
   Open Mic Night for junior
high school and high school
bands and solo acts, spon-
sored by the Junior Golf
Association of America 1 p.m.
Saturday, March 10 at Trinity
Lodge 79, 563 Zion Road, Egg
                                        Composer-pianist Lee Pui Ming
Harbor Township. Proceeds go              to give free master class
to the military and other chari-         A select number of musicians and other performers can
ties. Call John Petronis at (609)     receive instruction at a free master class by world-renowned
374-1414 or John Petronis Jr.         composer-pianist Lee Pui Ming 4 p.m. Friday, March 23 in the
at (609) 972-3065. See www.           Campus Center Hall at the Richard Stockton College of New for entry            Jersey on Jimmie Leeds Road in Galloway Township.
                                                                                                             It’s Kindergarten registration time, and it’s never too early to start preparing!
form and donation information.           “Meditation Through Sound,” presented by the Bay-Atlantic                    An astounding 46% of kindergarteners enter school ill-prepared.
   South Jersey Shore                 Symphony and Stockton’s Division of Arts and Humanities, is               Caregivers can help by turning simple everyday moments into vital learning
March of Dimes: Stay and              open to musicians, dancers and actors. To register call Clau-
Play 5:30-7 p.m. Saturday,            dia Spence of the Bay-Atlantic Symphony office at (856) 451-            opportunities for the child. It’s important to be active, read, talk, play & sing with
March 10 at Bright Stars              1169 or email Scheduling                    them - give your child the tools they need to succeed before they start.
Gymnastics in Northfield. Cost         will be first-come, first-served.
is $10 per child.
Beef and Root Beer benefit
for Dianne DiMauro 1-5              Husband will be a Dog”              Restaurant, 119 Route 50,
p.m. Saturday, March 10 at          by Lisa Scottoline 3 p.m.           Corbin City. The Bumper “T”
Peace Lutheran Church on            Wednesday, March 14 at the          Caring Clowns, who volunteer
Great Creek and Pitney roads        library, 241 W. Mill Road. Call     in area hospitals, will entertain
                                    (609) 646-4476.                     with their “Humor that Heals.”
in Galloway Township. Tickets
                                       Soap Making for adults           Wife, mother and musician Gail          For information visit and click on “Our Work”
are $20 for teens and adults,
$10 for ages 7-12 and free          6:15 p.m. Wednesday, March          Alicea of Wilmington, Del., will
                                    14 at the Bigantine branch of       sing and share her experi-             Success By 6, an initiative of United Way of Atlantic County, is leading an effort to create a web of
for children 6 and under. Call
June at (609) 287-5561 or           the Atlantic County Library, 201    ence on “Surviving the Grand        services within our community to make a positive impact on the lives of children. By bringing resources
Martha (609) 652-4139.              15th Street South. Learn to         Canyons of Life.” The price is       together, Success By 6 is working to ensure Atlantic County’s children enter school ready to succeed.
   Native Plants Seminar for        make handcrafted soap for gifts     $16.50, all-inclusive. Free nurs-
adults 7 p.m. Tuesday, March        or the home. Free; registration     ery available by reservation.
13 at the Mays Landing branch       is required. Call (609) 266-        Call Pat at (609) 965-4840 or
of the Atlantic County Library,     0110.                               Joyce at (856) 765-3775.
40 Farragut Ave. Free; registra-       Cape-Atlantic Christian             Liberty and Prosper-
tion is requested. Call (609)       Women’s Connection Send             ity Presents “An Evening
625-2776, ext. 6304.                in the Clowns Luncheon              with Frederick Douglass”
   Northfield Library Book           Buffet 11:30 a.m.-1:45 p.m.         6 p.m. Wednesday, March 14
Group 2 “Why My Third               Wednesday, March 14 at L’s          at Shore Diner in Egg Harbor
                                                                        Township. Admission is free.
                                                                        Hear this fascinating and

                                                                        important historical figure’s own
                                                                        words as performed by Phil
                                                                        Barnett. For information see
                                                                           Friends of the Linwood
    Oakcrest High School Class of 1967 Reunion                          Library Movie and Dessert
                                                                        6:30 p.m. Friday, March 16 at
  April 28 at Blue Heron Pines Country Club. Call (609)                 the Linwood Library, 301 Davis          The Greater Wildwoods Chamber of Commerce
  822-4776.                                                             Ave. Academy Award winning
                                                                        movie about British monarch’s                        is proud to present

                                                                                                                    The Sensational Spring Concert
    Mainland Regional High School Class of 1972                         speech impediment. Refresh-
  40th Reunion Aug. 4 at Atlantic City Country Club                     ments included. Cost is $8
                                                                        per person or $15 per couple.
  in Northfield. Call Jamie (Glenn) at (609) 703-1104                    To make reservations call the
  for information.

    Pleasantville High School Class of 1962 50th
                                                                        library at (609) 926-7991.
                                                                           Annual Roast Pork Dinner
                                                                        4-7 p.m. Saturday, March 17
                                                                        at the Masonic Temple, 220
                                                                                                                                             April 28, 2012
  Reunion Oct. 12 at Blue Heron Pines Country Club.                     Philadelphia Ave., Egg Harbor
  Call Lorraine at (609) 653-1907 or email jbro777@                     City. Cost is $13 for adults, $7                                                          for children; takeout will be
                                                                        available. Call (609) 965-0781.                                       An Evening
                                                                                                                                             Neil Sedaka
             South Jersey’s Finest                           $
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             Hand Picked Artists.                                20 OFF
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    HAMILTON-EGG HARBOR CITY CURRENT / Friday, March 9, 2012

                                                                         Unlimited Golf for 2012
                                                                                                                                                       Holy Week schedule
                                                                                                                                        St. Mark and All Saints Church of Galloway has an-
                                                                                                                                     nounced the following Holy Week schedule:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              o’the Green
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              o’ the
                                                                                                                                        Holy Wednesday April 4 – noon Healing Service with
                                                                                                                                     Eucharist, 7 p.m. Tenebra Service;                                              Atlantic City Aquarium       at Our Lady of Sorrows
                                                                                                                                        Maundy Thursday April 5 – 7 p.m. Eucharist and Foot                       is offering $1 off the price    Church, Poplar and Wa-
                                                                                                                                     Washing;                                                                     of admission to patrons         bash avenues, Linwood.
                                                                                                                                        Good Friday April 6 – 7 a.m. Vigel Ending Prayers,                        who wear something              The celebrant will be Rev.
                                                                                                                                     noon Absecon Community Good Friday Service, 7 p.m.                           green Saturday, March 10        Patrick Brady, a native of
                                                                                                                                     Liturgy and Reserved Sacrament;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  or 17. Live diver feeding       County Longford, Ireland.
                                                                                                                                        Easter Vigil Saturday April 7 – 8 p.m. Great Vigil of
                                                                                                                                     Easter;                                                                      show at 11 a.m. features a      The Mass will include Irish
                                                                                                                                        Easter Sunday April 8 – 7 a.m. Sunrise Service at Heri-                   diver in scuba gear hand-       hymns, live bagpiper and
                                                                                                                                     tage Park in Absecon, 8 a.m. Holy Eucharist at St. Mark                      feeding stingrays and           a Knights of Columbus
                                                                                                                                     and All Saints, 10:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist and Children                       sharks inside the 25,000-       honor guard. A free-will
                                                                                                                                     Sermon at St. Mark and All Saints, 429 S. Pitney Road                        gallon tank.                    collection will be taken for
                                                                                                                                     in Galloway.                                                                    At noon and 3 p.m.,          the local food pantry. A
                                                                                                                                        For more information call (609) 652-6222.                                 visitors can hand-feed          reception will follow in the
                                                                CALL NOW!                                          Available                                                                                      juvenile cow-nose rays,         Church Hall. Call (609)
                                                                                                                     for a                                 Lenten lunches                                         bat rays, southern rays         927-1234.
                                                               (609) 641-4411                                    Limited Time
                                                                                                                                       The United Methodist Women will be offering Lenten
                                                                                                                                     Soup Luncheons 11:55 a.m. to 12:50 p.m. Wednesdays,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  and shovel-nose sharks by
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  purchasing a bag of food
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Blarney Stone craft for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ages 5 and up 6:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                                     March 7, 14, 21, 28 and April 4 at the church located                        for $2 ($1 for members).        Wednesday, March 14 at
                                                                                                                                     6011 Main Street in Mays Landing. Love offering is ap-                       There will be an exotic         the Hammonton branch of
                                                                     *5 Day Membership (Monday-Friday)                               preciated.                                                                   animal show at 2 p.m. The       the Atlantic County Library,
                                                                            7 Day Membership $299                                                                                                                 aquarium is open 10 a.m.-       451 Egg Harbor Road. To
                                                                                                                                     Catholic evangelist Devadar Jayanand to                                      5 p.m. daily in Historic        register call (609) 561-
                                                                                 MAYS LANDING GOLF                                    present Lenten mission at Assumption
                                                                                                                                        International Catholic evangelist Devadar Jayanand will
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Gardner’s Basin, Atlantic
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  City. Admission is $8 for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     St. Patrick’s Day Cele-
                                                                                  & COUNTRY CLUB                                     present a Lenten Mission, “Arise and Shine in Your Per-                      adults, $6 for senior citi-     bration for all ages 2 p.m.
                                                                                                                                     sonal and Family Renewal,” 7 p.m. Monday and Tuesday,                        zens, $5 for children ages      Thursday, March 15 at the
                                                                                 1855 Cates Road • Mays Landing                      March 19 and 20 at Assumption Parish, 146 S. Pitney                          4-12 and free for children      Mays Landing branch of
                                                                       • 609-641-4411                   Road, Galloway. There will be an inspirational talk at the                   under 3. For information        theAtlantic County Library,
                                                                                                                                     parish immediately after the 8 a.m. Mass both days.                          call (609) 348-2880 or          40 Farragut Ave. Grand-
                                                                                                                                        J aya n a n d l e a d s t h e J e s u s C a re s M i n i s t r i e s      see www.acaquarium.             father Joe and Richard
                                                                                                                                     in Bangalore, India and has been one of the featured
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  com.                            Noble celebrate with Irish
                                                                                                                                     speakers at the National Charismatic Conference. For
                                                                                                                                     information contact the parish at (609) 652-0008 or email                       Ireland and Old Lace         music, songs, stories and
e                                                                                                                                                                      Ticket Drawing to see
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  the Irish-American punk
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  food. Call (609) 625-2776,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ext. 6304.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  rock band the Dropkick              St. Patrick’s Day Cel-
                                                                                                                                                     Peter Mayer in concert
                                                                            Three course dinner for only $16.95                         American folk artist Peter Mayer will perform in concert                  Murphys and meet the            ebration for children ages
                                                                                    Valid 7 days a week                              at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 24 at the Unitarian                          members Friday, March           5-9 11:30 a.m. Saturday,
                                                                                            SALADS                                   Universalist Congregation of the South Jersey Shore, 75                      9 at House of Blues in          March 17 at the Ventnor
                                                                    Romaine hearts, garlic parmesan dressing, croutons               S. Pomona Road at the corner of Liebig Avenue, across                        Atlantic City. Customers        branch of the Atlantic
                                                                                                                                     from Stockton College.                                                       who bring new, pack-            County Library, 6500 Atlan-
                                                                            Mixed greens with balsamic dressing
                                                                                                                                          Praised by critics for masterful guitar work and story-                 aged underwear to the           tic Ave. Register by March
                                                                                           ENTREES                                   telling, Mayer writes whimsical and profound songs that                      shop for StandUp for Kids       15. Call (609) 823-4614.
                                                                      Orecchiette, sweet Italian sausage, broccoli rabe,
                                                                                                                                     transcend the traditional boundaries of folk to explore the                  - Philadelphia will receive         34th annual St.
                                                                            roasted garlic, extra virgin olive oil                   human journey, the mystery of the world and the wonder                       one entry for each item         Patrick’s Day Boardwalk
                                                                            Spicy Mussels posillipo over linguine                    of life itself. He has put out nine CDs and has sold over                    donated. StandUp for Kids       10 Miler and 5K Run 10
                                                                 Chicken margarita, with tomato basil sauce, fontina cheese
                                                                                                                                     70,000 copies independently.                                                 helps homeless and street       a.m. Saturday, March 17
                                                                                                                                        Tickets are $17 in advance and $20 at the door.
                                                                              Balsamic glazed chicken with figs                                                                                                    youths achieve a better         at the Bloom Community
                                                                                                                                     Cal (609) 965-9400 or see
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  quality of life. Contest ends   Pavilion in Margate to ben-
                                                                   Flounder francese, oven roasted tomatoes, olives and capers                                                                                    Monday, March 5. Ireland        efit the Donny Fund, South
                                                                                 Veal parmesan over linguini                         Strong Tower Fellowship church service                                       and Old Lace is open            Jersey Field of Dreams
                                                                                                                                       Strong Tower Fellowship church service is 10 a.m. ev-
                                                                                           DESSERT                                                                                                                11a.m.-5 p.m. daily at the      and FACES autism sup-
                                                                                                                                     ery Sunday with Sunday school for children at the Mays
                                                                              Your choice from our dessert tray                                                                                                   Village Greene at Historic      port network. Register in
                                                                                                                                     Landing fire hall. Contact Chris Costello at Chris1141984@

                                                                       Renault Winery
                                                                                                                                                                                              Smithville. For information     advance through March
                                                                                                                        Since 1864
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  call (609) 404-4777 or find      15 at,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  see Facebook.                   by mail or in person 7:30
                                                                                                                                            Satsang Society worship service                                            Irish American Cul-        a.m.-9:30 a.m. on race
                                                                                  RESORT & GOLF                                        The Satsang Society of New Jersey, a chartered affiliate
                                                                                                                                     of Eckankar, will have a worship service 10:30 a.m. on                       tural Society of South          day. Long-sleeve shirts will
                                                                                                                                     the third Sunday of every month at Sunrise Senior Living,                    Jersey Mass in honor            be provided to prereg-
                                                                        2111 North Bremen Avenue • Egg Harbor City                   46 W. Jimmie Leeds Road, Galloway. For information call                      of St. Patrick 7 p.m.           istrants while supplies
                                                                 609-965-2111 reservations suggested           (609) 645-2512.                                                              Wednesday, March 14             last. Call (609) 641-8666.
                                                                                    Subject to change without notice.

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   No smooth sailing for wind farm project                                                                      AMI Foundation fashion show to benefit Alcove Center
      BPU wants more details on offshore energy plan                                                             Atlantic Medical Imaging’s AMI Foundation
                                                                                                               will host its second annual Images of Spring-
                                                                                                                                                                   leaders and business associates to join us for this
                                                                                                                                                                   outstanding event.”
                                                                                                               time Fashion Show & Luncheon 11 a.m.-2 p.m.            This year’s event will feature a musical fash-
By MARJORIE PRESTON                  jobs operating the turbines; and      Cruises, sees a lot of promise      Saturday, March 24 at the Seaview Dolce Resort      ion show courtesy of Tanger Outlets, the Walk
Staff Writer                         ultimately, manufacturing jobs.       in the industry.                    in Galloway. Proceeds will benefit the Alcove        and a luncheon along with health and well-
                                     Turbines and components are              “I could see Yank Marine         Center for Grieving Children & Families and         ness information, raffle prizes and an auction.
   A Cape May company seek-          now manufactured mostly in            down in Tuckahoe being a com-       the Charity League of Atlantic County.              Tickets are $50, and sponsorship opportunities
ing to build half a dozen energy-    Asia and Europe.                      pany that could build some of          The event “promises to be a fabulous after-      are available. Raffle donations are also wel-
generating wind turbines off            When Whelan touted the plan        the support vessels, the tugboats   noon of fashion, food and fun all to benefit two     come. For tickets see www.atlanticmedicalim-
the coast of Atlantic City failed    in September, Chris Babek of          and work boats that move men        exceptionally worthy causes,” said Dr. Peggy For sponsorship opportunities call
to prove to the state Board of       Viking Yachts in New Gretna           and machines to the work site,”     Avagliano, M.D. “We invite friends, community       Susan Christopher at (609) 653-6708.
Public Utilities that the project    said it was a good idea.              George said. “Personally for AC
is economically viable.                 “The fact that they’re going to    Cruises I see the opportunity for
   Fishermen’s Energy must get       be sitting turbines off the coast     the expansion of my business for
BPU approval to launch the pilot     of New Jersey – it just makes         the purpose of educating folks
program, which would begin           sense to build the parts here,”       about this sustainable energy.”
with five or six wind turbines        he said.                                 In January Whelan intro-
2.8 miles offshore. Last week           Last week he seemed to have        duced bills that would require
two consulting firms assessing        taken a step back from that ini-      the New Jersey Business Action
the project deemed that the          tial optimism.                        Center to help boat builders
company has not made its case           “Three or four years ago we        convert their operations to serve
that the wind farm will be a job     did look at the potential for mak-    the renewable energy sector
creator and a possible site of
environmental tourism.
   Fishermen’s Energy has filed           “We as businesspeople can bring the skill
for an extension until October
and “anticipates providing ad-
                                         set and financial resources to site the farms
ditional information within the          more logically.”             -- Dan Cohen
next 45 days,” spokeswoman                                CEO, Fishermen’s Energy
Rhonda Jackson said in an email
   Proponents of the wind farm
including state Sen. James           ing some turbine parts – cells        and direct the state’s Economic
Whelan have said that if the         and cone spinners for the hubs.       Development Authority to of-
test program goes well, the                                                fer low-interest loans to cover                                                                                   Photo by Stefanie Campolo
                                     We found that although a lot of
mini-wind farm could grow into       the materials are similar and the     equipment and other costs.          Lynn Bradford of Galloway samples red wine poured by Balic Winery owner Bojan Bos-
an industry with the potential       processes are similar, and the           Another bill would provide a     kovic of Mays Landing while Rich Hudson of Absecon, right, and Angelo Mancuso of Egg
to not only create clean energy      boat builders can certainly build     sales tax exemption on materi-      Harbor Township look over the selection.

                                                                                                               Home improvement starts here
but add jobs and help revital-       the parts, but it’s a long learning   als or equipment used in the
ize the Garden State’s marine        curve. Unfortunately for the          manufacturing of wind-energy
industries.                          U.S., companies in Denmark,           equipment.
   Calling wind energy an “in-                                                                                    The New Jersey Home and Garden Show              and shoppers took the opportunity to browse
                                     Germany and Spain have a big             “The Boston Pacific report
dustry of the future,” Whelan                                                                                  was held Friday through Sunday, March 2-4           through everything from art glass to weather-
                                     head start.”                          provides guidelines for our re-
said last September that New                                                                                   at the Atlantic City Convention Center. More        vanes. They also had a chance to taste wine from
                                       Jeff George, captain of AC          sponse,” wrote Jackson.
Jersey “should be a leader in                                                                                  than a hundred vendors were selling goods           local wineries and sample snacks from gourmet
matching our struggling re-                                                                                    and services for inside and outside the home,       food suppliers.
gional boat industry with wind
energy developers to bring
good-paying clean energy jobs
to South Jersey.”                                                                                                  LoBiondo challenges federal sports betting ban
   According to Whelan, boat                                                                                        WASHINGTON – Following Gov. Chris Christie’s signing of sports-betting legislation
builders, whose businesses                                                                                       in February, U.S. Rep. Frank LoBiondo last month introduced legislation that challenges
have seen a decline with the                                                                                     the federal statute prohibiting sports betting in 46 states including New Jersey.
recession, could transition into                                                                                    “Legalizing sports betting would strengthen Atlantic City in the face of stiff competition,
wind turbine manufacturers and                                                                                   giving it an additional edge to attract visitors and critical tourism dollars,” said LoBiondo,
retrofit existing operations for a                                                                                co-chairman of the Congressional Gaming Caucus. He called sports betting a “right” that
whole new business.                                                                                              was unfairly prohibited by the 1992 Professional and Amateur Sports Protection law, which
   But two consulting firms that                                                                                  outlawed the wagers in all but four states: Nevada, Montana, Delaware and Oregon.
work for the BPU – Boston
Pacific of Washington, D.C.,
and the Dutch firm OutSmart           Brenda Flaherty-Pickeral of Egg Harbor Township, right,
– said that net benefits of the
project were not demonstrated
                                     accepts a donation from Ocean City Home Bank Vice
                                     President of Marketing Tricia Ciliberto. The bank rewards
                                                                                                                 Groundskeeping: a growing field at Atlantic Cape
and “key underlying assump-          employees who volunteer their time for charity.                              Atlantic Cape Community         incomes than noncertified pro-      For more information about the
tions of applicants’ cost-benefit                                                                               College will offer a course in     fessionals. The class will meet    courses and registration, call
analysis were not adequately
                                      OC Home Bank salutes volunteers                                          certified greenskeeping, land-
                                                                                                               scaping, groundskeeping or
                                                                                                                                                  at the Mays Landing East Cam-
                                                                                                                                                  pus, at 5100 Black Horse Pike.
                                                                                                                                                                                     (609) 343-4829, or see www.
   Both firms said Fishermen’s          OCEAN CITY – Ocean City             Athletic League. She got a          grounds maintenance.
Energy failed to factor in the
possible loss of jobs if custom-
                                     Home Bank has announced the
                                     winners of the annual It Pays
                                                                           cash prize of $150, plus a $150
                                                                           donation to PAL.
                                                                                                                  In “Landscaping Industry
                                                                                                               Certified Technician – Exte-        Greater AC Chamber to honor
ers switch from conventional         to Give volunteer contest:               DiTroia spent 120 hours          rior,” participants will learn
power plants to hydropower.
The firms also agreed the com-
                                     Brenda Flaherty-Pickeral of
                                     Egg Harbor Township, Jen
                                                                           volunteering for the Upper
                                                                           Township Challenger Program
                                                                                                               maintenance and installation        Hackett, Goldberg March 14
                                                                                                               of landscapes; common land-
pany did not adequately prove        DiTroia of Upper Township             for children with physical or       scaping tools and machines;          The Greater Atlantic City           “David and Barry have
there would be a boost in eco-       and Jared Fulleylove of Mays          developmental disabilities.         and techniques in green ir-        Chamber will host its an-          both made exceptional con-
tourism as a result of the wind      Landing.                              She received a prize of $100,       rigation and landscape design.     nual Community & Business          tributions to our community
farm, which ultimately could           The bank encourages staff to        and $100 for Challenger.            The class will meet Monday         Leadership Awards dinner 6         in so many ways,” said Great-
contain hundreds of turbines.        donate to worthy causes, and             Fulleylove donated 110           to Thursday, 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m.,     p.m. Wednesday, March 14 at        er AC Chamber President
   Dan Cohen, CEO of Fisher-         compensates them for their            hours to organizations includ-      starting April 9.                  the Linwood Country Club.          Joe Kelly. “They are worthy
men’s Energy, said the project       volunteer time.                       ing the Mays Landing Baptist           According to the U.S. Bureau      David Goldberg, president        recipients of these two pres-
will be a job creator over time.        “In 2011, our employees            Youth Group. He received a          of Labor Statistics, grounds       and CEO of Atlantic City           tigious awards, and we look
   There are three different types   donated nearly 1,400 hours            $50 cash prize and a $50 dona-      maintenance workers will in-       Linen Supply, will receive         forward to honoring them on
of direct jobs that would result     – almost four times the total         tion to the youth group.            crease by 18 percent by 2018.      the Redenia Gilliam-Mosee          March 14.”
if wind energy gets a foothold       hours they volunteered” in               Ocean City Home Bank             Grounds maintenance workers        Business Person of the Year           Tickets are $75 per person,
in New Jersey, Cohen said:           2010,” said Steve Brady, bank         recognized 37 employee vol-         will be among the occupations      Award. Barry Hackett, chair-       or $750 for a table of ten. To
preliminary jobs building the        president and CEO.                    unteers. “We’re thrilled that       with largest numbers of new        man of the South Jersey Field      register, see www.acchamber.
vessels that would carry equip-        Flaherty-Pickeral logged            so many of our team members         jobs—more than 269,000. Ad-        of Dreams, will receive the        com. For more information,
ment and crews to the offshore       more than 250 hours with the          share our commitment to the         ditionally, certified landscaping   John G. Fitzpatrick Commu-         call Elisa Monroe at (609)-
construction site; permanent         Egg Harbor Township Police            community,” Brady said.             technicians can earn higher        nity Leadership Award.             345-4524, ext. 12.

                                                             Cedar Creek girls capture first South Jersey hoops title
                                                           By TYLER DONOHUE                                    Creek outscored opponents 303-138 in
                                                           Sports Writer                                       four state playoff games. The Pirates have
                                                                                                               dismantled teams at a startling rate, and
                                                              EGG HARBOR CITY – The Cedar                      these aren’t exactly pushovers.
                                                           Creek High School basketball gymnasium                 Gloucester City entered the Group I
                                                           has housed just two winters of hoops                championship matchup riding a 13-game
                                                           action. Freshly-laid paint still shines on          win streak. The Lions, a team that hadn’t
                                                           the white walls, which are adorned only             been defeated since Jan. 26, looked lost
                                                           with an American Flag, a portrait of the            during the lopsided defeat at Cedar Creek.
                                                           school’s Pirate mascot and a pair of score-            “We found our rhythm early in the sea-
                                                           boards.                                             son and developed a good understanding
                                                              Suddenly, and certainly faster than most         of who we are as a team,” Pirates coach
                                                           could have ever anticipated, those broadly          Fran Raph explained. “We focus on our
                                                           barren walls will soon receive a significant        strengths, buckle down defensively and
                                                           addition. Cedar Creek’s girls basketball            put teams away. That’s our goal every
                                                           team cruised to a 62-29 Group I title game          game.”
                                                           victory over Gloucester City on Tuesday,               As seconds dwindled in Tuesday’s
                                                           Mar. 6 in front of a capacity crowd to en-          championship and the inevitable outcome
                                                           sure its home gym will indeed be spruced            finally arrived, a somewhat surreal scene
                                                           up with at least a South Jersey champion-           erupted as Cedar Creek’s elated student
                                                           ship banner.                                        section seeped onto the court. In a mat-
                                                              The Pirates (24-4) punished opponents            ter of moments, Pirates players were
                                                           on the way to a Group I sectional state             lifted onto the shoulders of their peers as
                                                           title. Cedar Creek’s tour de force through          Queen’s “We Are the Champions” blared
                                                           the 16-team field turned heads across               from every corner of the arena.
                                                           the region and earned even more respect                In the midst of it all, Cedar Creek of-
                                                           for the flourishing second-year varsity             ficially “arrived”.
                                                           program.                                               The girls basketball program is no long-                                                                                           R.J. Liberatore
                                                              “This is just really unbelievable,” so-          er the new kid on the block; it’s a reign-           The Cedar Creek girls basketball team circles up for a final rally cry prior to the Pirates
                                                           phomore Morgan Stefanski said. “We’re               ing South Jersey champion. The Pirates’              South Jersey Group I semifinal game against Glassboro. Cedar Creek won, 77-37.
                                                           only a second-year team and we’ve come              student section, sometimes scoffed at as a
                                                           together as a group so quickly. We knew             group devoid of senior spirit, earned their
                                                           this season was going to be tough the               moniker as the “Creek Crazies” and you’ll         Gloucester City. Miller will be back next        ski said, a combination of joy and shock
                                                           whole way but we’ve just fought through             have a hard time finding a rowdier bunch          season as a member of Cedar Creek’s              threatening to cut off her voice. “So many
                                                           it. We play every quarter like it’s our last        at any school in the CAL.                         inaugural senior class.                          feelings are going through my head right
                                                           and that’s our mindset.”                               Kristine Miller, Cedar Creek’s most ac-           The entire team should return to the          now; it’s hard to put into words. This is
                                                              That thought process has spelled doom            complished athlete, soaked up the atmos-          court for another run, which should strike       amazing.”
                                                           for those who’ve entered the Pirates’ path          phere in the game’s aftermath. The 6-foot         the rest of the CAL as an absolutely ter-
                                                           lately.                                             junior forward, who already owns over             rifying fact.                                      Cedar Creek advanced to the State
                                                              Cedar Creek crushed Wildwood, 79-30,             1,000 career points and averaged close               Morgan Stefanski, a Second-Team               Group I semifinal against Central Jer-
                                                           in the state tournament’s opening round             to 25 points per game in the South Jersey         All-United Conference selection, couldn’t        sey Champion Metuchen at Williamston
                                                           and followed that win with an 81-42                 playoffs, doesn’t undervalue the Pirates’         contain her emotions immediately after           High School on Thursday night. The game
                                                           quarterfinal pummeling of Paulsboro. The            achievement.                                      the win. Along with her three sisters and a      ended too late for this edition.
                                                           Pirates then pounded Glassboro, 77-37, to              “To bring this championship home is            squad filled with talented teammates, she          Results from that contest and video
                                                           earn a spot in the South Jersey champion-           such a big deal; it’s huge,” Miller said.         has helped the Pirates accomplish so much        highlights and interviews from the South
                                                           ship game, where a 62-29 win awaited.                  She scored a game-high 18 points               in such a small amount of time.                  Jersey championship game can be found at
                                                              For those keeping track at home, Cedar           and blocked three shot attempts against              “I’m surprised by all this success and or on Facebook
                                                                                                                                                                 I’m anxious to continue winning,” Stefan-        at Current Newspaper Sports.

                                                            Cape-Atlantic League announces 2012 basketball All-Stars
                                                              The Cape-Atlantic League recently re-            Sr., Bridgeton                                       GIRLS BASKETBALL ALL-STARS                    lite, Hammonton; Maddie Gibson, Fr., Lower
                                                           leased its list of All-League honorees for the         Second Team: Christine Mortellite, Jr.            American Division                             Cape May; Nicole Sangillo, Jr., Lower Cape
                                                           2011-12 basketball season.                          Hammonton; Avery Walker, Sr., Oakcrest;              First Team: Sahara Lopez, Jr., Atlantic       May; Olivia Schwartz, Jr., Middle Township;
                                                              Here is a rundown of athletes who received       Chris Turner, Sr., Ocean City; Tom Feraco,        City; Selena Santiago, Jr., Egg Harbor Town-     Holly McKaig, Soph., Middle Township;
                                                           accolades for their on-court performance dur-       Jr., Middle Township; Brent Slotoroff, Sr., St.   ship; Summer Crilley, Soph., Holy Spirit;        Anne Brewer, Jr., O.L.M.A; Karli Ernst, Sr.,
                                                           ing the winter. Selections are broken down by       Augustine                                         Gina Lewis, Jr., Holy Spirit; Ashli Weems,       O.L.MA.; Kayla Meijas, Sr., Oakcrest; Be-
                                                           divisions.                                             Honorable Mentions: Karma Segers, Sr.,         Jr., Millville                                   nivette Santiago, Sr., Oakcrest; Katie Johnson,
                                                              BOYS BASKETBALL ALL-STARS                        Bridgeton; Damien McClough, Sr., Bridgeton;          Second Team: Jenna Seddon, Jr., Absega-       Jr., Ocean City; Natalie Landi, Jr., Ocean City
                                                              American Division                                Bob Barbieri, Sr., Hammonton; Kyle Darby,         mi; Tayon Morgan-Jones, Sr., Atlantic City;         United Divison
                                                              First Team: Paul Moore, Jr., Holy Spirit;        Sr., Hammonton; Zach Betz, Sr., Lower Cape        Eryn Reed, Jr., Egg Harbor Township; Val            First Team: Kristine Miller, Jr., Cedar
                                                           Rahim Bunch, Sr., Egg Harbor Township;              May; Tom Catanoso, Jr., Middle Township;          Garofalo, Jr., Holy Spirit; Alex Raring, Jr.,    Creek; Lexi Bruno, Soph., Sacred Heart;
                                                           Martel Johnson, Sr., Atlantic City; Kashawn         Jeff Barber, Sr., Middle Township; Jeremy         Mainland                                         Brittany Harden, Sr., Sacred Heart; Tay-Tay
                                                           Dunston, Sr., Atlantic City; Lamar Monroe,          Gregg, Sr., Oakcrest; Michael Greenman,              Honorable Mentions: Rebecca Sartorio,         Loatman, Jr., Sacred Heart; Mikila Stefanski,
                                                           Sr., Absegami                                       Jr., St. Augustine; David Sullivan, Jr., St.      Sr., Absegami; Christina Lee, Sr., Absegami;     Soph., Cedar Creek
                                                              Second Team: Jahleem Montague, Jr.,              Augustine                                         Quadjira Carpenter, Jr., Atlantic City; Monet       Second Team: Morgan Stefanski, Soph.,
                                                           Atlantic City; Darius Jerkins, Soph., Mainland;        United Division                                Gist, Jr., Atlantic City; Angel Brown, Sr.,      Cedar Creek; Many Buirch, Jr., Sacred Heart;
                                                           Larry Jones, Sr., Holy Spirit; Khari Harley, Jr.,      First Team: Shawn Wilson, Sr., Pleas-          Egg Harbor Township; Annie Wenz, Jr., Holy       Gabrielle Dudo, Soph., St. Joseph; Kennedy
                                                           Egg Harbor Township; Junior Saintel, Soph.,         antville; Jake Heminway, Jr., Cape May            Spirit; Jaymie McClain, Sr., Holy Spirit; Jes-   Johnson, Soph., Sacred Heart; Alexis Olson,
                                                           Holy Spirit                                         Tech; Michael Black, Sr., Pleasantville;          sica Mann, Sr., Mainland; Amy Macaluso,          Soph., Cape May Tech
                                                              Honorable Mentions: Keyshawn Reynolds,           Trayvon Barbary, Buena; Dustin Graiff, Sr.,       Sr., Mainland; Shatiera Smith, Sr., Millville;      Honorable Mentions: Jasmine Miro, Jr.,
                                                           Sr., Atlantic City; Gabriel Chandler, Jr.,          Sacred Heart                                      Amanda Smith, Fr., Millville; Ardena Moses,      Bridgeton; Janay Smith, Jr., Bridgeton; Merci-
                                                           Atlantic City; Allen Gaskins, Jr., Millville;          Second Team: Jacob Knight, Soph., Cedar        Sr., Vineland; Jessica Clarke, Sr., Vineland     na Stefanski, Soph. Cedar Creek; Michelina
                                                           Aaron Cox, Sr., Millville; John Sommers,            Creek; Andrew Ordille, Sr., St. Joseph;              National Division                             Hesse, Jr., Cedar Creek; Chelsea Marriner, Sr.,
                                                           Sr., Holy Spirit; Liam McManimon, Sr., Holy         Jeff Ronchetti, Sr., Sacred Heart; T. John           First Team: Lauren Holden, Fr., Lower         Cape May Tech; Kiersten Donaghy, Sr., Cape
                                                           Spirit; Richie Sandoval, Sr., Absegami; Jaleel      Casiello, Sr., Wildwood Catholic; Marco           Cape May; Lauryn Fields, Soph., Middle           May Tech; Miesha Reeves, Sr., Pleasantville;
                                                           Christmon, Jr. Absegami; Justin Williams,           Hernandez-Colon, Sr., St. Joseph                  Township; Kristina Startare, Sr., Middle         Mya Alston, Soph., Pleasantville; Megan
                                                           Sr., Egg Harbor Township; Trey Jones, Jr.,             Honorable Mentions: Darryl Guilford, Jr.,      Township; Julia Duggan, Jr., Ocean City; Reil-   Petuskey, Sr., Sacred Heart; Alexa Plitt, Soph.,
                                                           Egg Harbor Township; Izyiah Plummer, Sr.,           Buena; Khali Wilson, Sr., Cape May Tech;          ley Larkin, Sr., Ocean City                      Sacred Heart; Samantha Wetzel, Soph., St.
                                                           Mainland; Daron Waller, Sr., Mainland; Eddie        Matt Dennis, Jr., Cedar Creek; Caleb Graves,         Second Team: Sarah Roberts, Sr., Middle       Josepth; Dana DiRenzo, Fr., St. Joseph; Katie
                                                           Thomas, Soph., Vineland; Scott Schneider,           Jr., Cedar Creek; Taj Ford, Jr., Pleasantville;   Township; Jovan Childers, Jr., Bridgeton;        McCallion, Soph., Wildwood Catholic; Sarah
                                                           Sr., Vineland                                       Josh Evans, Sr., Pleasantville; Matt Lewis,       Marissa McCorkel, Sr., Lower Cape May;           Jo Ballman, Soph., Wildwood Catholic
                                                              National Division                                Sr., Sacred Heart, Michael Holloway, Fr.,         Lauren Legler, Soph., Middle Township,
                                                              First Team: Matt Bosch, Sr., Ocean City;         Sacred Heart; Palmer Reap, Sr., St. Joseph;       Emily Duggan, Sr., Ocean City                      Comment at
                                                           Darrell Shelton, Jr., Middle Township; Vance        Tyler D’Amelio, Sr., St. Joseph; Eddie               Honorable Mentions: Tamyra Smith, Jr.,          Find area athletics 24/7 by on Facebook
                                                           Matthews, Sr., Lower Cape May; Austin               McWade, Soph., Wildwood Catholic; James           Bridgeton; Destiny Thompson, Fr., Bridgeton;     by “liking” Current Newspaper Sports or on
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                                                                                                                                                                                                 HAMILTON-EGG HARBOR CITY CURRENT / Friday, March 9, 2012
Holland hopes to impress in first full season with Atlanta Braves
By TYLER DONOHUE                                                 strikeouts twice, earned All-League honors as a senior
Sports Writer                                                    and was selected to participate in the prestigious
                                                                 Carpenter Cup Classic in Philadelphia.
    Margate native A.J. Holland grew up rooting for his             Holland was coached by Keith Gorman during his
beloved Philadelphia Phillies. As an Atlantic Shore              playing days at Holy Spirit. Gorman, now the school’s
Babe Ruth baseball player, member of the Margate                 athletic director and head coach of Cumberland
Green Wave and eventual Holy Spirit High School                  County College’s baseball program, fondly remembers
pitcher, he spent summers watching and emulating                 his former frontline pitcher.
stars donned in red pinstripes.                                     “A.J. was a great athlete and great kid during his
    “The Phillies have always been my main team,”                time here,” Gorman recalled. “He was a gentleman
Holland said, before hesitating. “At least they were             and the type of player, student and citizen we’d like all
until last June.”                                                our kids to be. On the field, he was a fierce competi-
    Holland’s perspective changed on June 7. That’s              tor.”
the day the 6-foot-2, 225-pound right-handed hurler                 Gorman, who amassed a 120-54 record in seven
became the newest member of the Atlanta Braves                   seasons managing the Spartans, said one particular
professional baseball organization.                              performance specifically sticks out when reminiscing
    A call from acclaimed Atlanta scout Gene Kerns               about Holland’s career in blue and gold. He handed
came during a dinner Holland isn’t likely to for-                Holland the ball in a state semifinal game against St.
get. Surrounded by family, he was dining on fresh                Joe-Metuchen and witnessed the senior spin a master-
salmon in Alaska, where he played with the Mat-Su                piece on the mound.
Miners of the Alaskan Baseball League, when his                     “A.J. had been one of area’s best pitchers through-
phone rang.                                                      out his senior season, but at times he had some issues
    “Honestly, it was already one of the best meals of           with tiring late in games,” Gorman explained. “Against
my life before I received the news,” Holland re-                 St. Joe-Metuchen, he literally put the team on his
called. “It got a whole lot better from there.”                  shoulders and carried us to a win. He started strong
    The Braves selected Holland in the 16th round of             and finished strong; it was a big moment for him.”
the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft.                  Holland tossed a one-hit shutout to secure the vic-
Philadelphia’s crowded bandwagon of fans suddenly                tory, working with no margin of error along the way.
got just a little lighter.                                       Holy Spirit squeaked out a 1-0 victory.
    “It’s all about Atlanta now,” Holland said.                     “I remember everything was really working that day,”
    Instead of cheering for championships as a fan,              Holland said of his playoff performance.
Holland hopes to eventually contribute to a World                   His achievements at Holy Spirit earned him a spot
Series title run with his right arm. He is among approxi-        on St. Joseph University’s baseball team. In three
                                                                                                                                 Margate native and Holy Spirit graduate A.J. Holland is
mately 150 players in attendance for Braves spring               seasons with the Hawks, Holland compiled 40 appear-             currently at Atlanta’s spring training camp in Orlando.
training at Disney’s Wide World of Sports Complex in             ances, 137 innings and a lackluster 5-15 record.
Orlando.                                                            The Braves looked beyond the stats while scouting               This spring, Holland is working hard to hone his craft
    Holland, now 22, spent nearly a month at the same            the junior pitcher. When they drafted Holland prior to          and advance in Atlanta’s farm system. Every minor-
complex last summer as a member of the Gulf Coast                his senior year at St. Joe, the organization asked him          league promotion is a positive step toward a spot at
League Braves, an organizational rookie league                   to do the same.                                                 the Major League level.
squad. He pitched a pair of innings at Champion                     “I was told to forget about statistics and focus on             “I’m just happy about the opportunity I was given,”
Stadium, “The House That Mickey Built,” before being             developing,” Holland said. “When it comes to getting            Holland said. “My goal is to go through this process
bumped up to Atlanta’s advanced rookie team – the                scouted, all it takes is one good outing. Scouts saw my         and try to open up eyes along the way. I can’t worry
Appalachian League’s Danville Braves.                            size, velocity, and decent off-speed stuff.”                    about stuff I can’t control. Hopefully the brass (Atlan-
    Before focusing on his new adventure with Atlanta,              The physically-gifted righty possesses a powerful            ta’s front office) takes notice and thinks highly of me.”
it’s important to take a look back at the process that           fastball, which he refers to as his “bread and butter.”            While at spring training, it can be easy to get caught
got Holland to this point. The journey started in South          Holland uses his curve to get ahead of batters early            up in subjects like statistics and salaries, but Holland
Jersey and that’s something he always keeps in the               and likes to finish off hitters with a healthy serving of        does his best to avoid any distractions. After all, he is
forefront of his mind.                                           sliders and splitters.                                          playing the sport he loves in The Happiest Place on
    “I’m somebody who takes pride in remembering                    Like the professional career he recently began, his          Earth.
where I’m from all the time,” Holland said. “Every time I        change-up remains a work in progress.                              “You have to wrap your head around the fact that
step on the mound, I bring all those memories with me.              Holland accumulated a 0-1 record with a 5.08 ERA             baseball is a game of failure and you won’t always
The friends and teammates I grew up playing with,                in 28 innings of work with the Danville Braves, who are         have your best stuff each outing,” Holland said. “The
guys from Holy Spirit, my family; they’re with me all the        located in southern Virginia. His 38:10 ball-to-strike          most important thing is to be able to move past the
time no matter where I am.”                                      ratio garnered attention and he started the team’s              struggles and continue to work on improving.”
    Holland emerged as the ace of Holy Spirit’s pitching         second playoff game, a loss to eventual Appalachian                Comment at
rotation as an upperclassman. He led the Spartans in             League champion Johnson City Cardinals.

                                                                           Sports Briefs
   Beef & Beer benefit for Alissa Lamey                                Fundraiser benefits Atlantic Shore                          League and will travel to many tournaments, including
    Local basketball standout Alissa Lamey (Mainland Re-                                                                         Cooperstown as 12-year-olds in 2013. Interested players
                                                                        Babe Ruth Baseball League
gional, Rowen University) has been invited to join the USA                                                                       should contact Hit & Run Baseball Academy at (609) 568-
                                                                    Atlantic Shore Babe Ruth will host its first fundraiser on
  Athletes International Basketball Team for its 2012 Irish                                                                      5232 or stop by for an evaluation at 3330 Bargaintown Rd.,
                                                                 Saturday, May 12 from 2-7 p.m. at Maynard’s Cafe in Mar-
     Roots Tour in Ireland from May 29 through June 7.                                                                           Egg Harbor Township.
                                                                 gate. Tickets cost $20 and include a full buffet and tapped
   To help with trip costs, a beef and beer fundraiser is        drinks. There will be a 50/50 raffle, blind auctions featuring
planned for Sunday, Mar. 11 from 5-9 p.m. at the Tilton          great prizes and Atlantic Shore merchandise for sale. The
Inn. Tickets are $20 and are available at the door or by call-   fundraiser is open to the public and will also celebrate the      Boardwalk Hall to host
ing (609) 573-5095. The money goes to USA Athletes In-           2011 Mid-Atlantic Regional Champions and World Series             sportsmanship clinic
ternational and is tax deductable. The Tilton Inn is located     team. All proceeds will go toward Atlantic Shore Babe             The Atlantic 10 Community Appreciation Sportsmanship
at 6823 Tilton Road in EHT.                                      Ruth, which is hosting the 2012 Southern New Jersey State       Clinic takes place on Sunday, Mar. 11 at Atlantic City’s
                                                                 Tournament and the 2012 Mid-Atlantic Regional here in           Boardwalk Hall. The event, which includes a free ticket to
             Boys U12 soccer tryouts                             Atlantic County. For ticket information visit the Atlantic      the A-10 Men’s Basketball Championship game, begins at
  There are openings available for the Mainland United           Shore Babe Ruth page on Facebook or e-mail WV21@aol.            11 a.m. and continues through the game (1 p.m. tip-off).
Soccer Association Boys U12 team. Tryouts are for a U.S.         com.                                                            Children grades 3-8 are welcome to attend the free clinic
Club Soccer tournament team only, not the club team.                                                                             and can reserve a spot by registering online at atlantic10.
  The squad will participate in various summer tourna-             U11 baseball team seeks players                               com/sportsmanshipclinic. Each child also receives a free
ments. Boys must be born after Aug. 1, 1999. If interested,         The Hit & Run Indians U11 baseball team is looking for       hot and soda and an A-10 sports watch.
please call Sam Watt at (609) 926-0969.                          a few players. The team plays in the Tri-State Elite Baseball

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                                                                                                                                                                                           Upper Township                                           ONLY $12!
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                                                              2 zones .............. $25.00 ..............$59.00                                  ZONE          C                        Ocean City Gazette                               Private Party Articles For Sale!
                                                              3 zones .............. $32.00 ..............$69.00                                  ZONE          D                Current of Egg Harbor Township                                Including Yard Sales
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                                                              6 zones .............. $53.00 ..............$99.00
                                                              7 zones .............. $60.00 ............$109.00
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                                                              9 zones .............. $74.00 ............$129.00                                   ZONE          J                     Brigantine Beachcomber

                                                              10 zones ............ $81.00 ............$139.00                                    ZONE          K                   The SandPaper (May - Sept)                     ’TIL IT’S SOLD OR RENTED ADS
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                                                           TV- Samsung 55” DLP, $500. 609-
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                                                                                                 call 748-2993 (Monday -Thurs-                                                                                       Is looking for quality consign-
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                                                                100% Guaranteed                                                      ready to go. There is nothing else                                              etc. to sell either on location or at
                                                                                                                                                                                free consultation or information &
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Specialists. Free Estimates.
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         HAMILTON-EGG HARBOR CITY CURRENT / Friday, March 9, 2012
                                                                                                                                  Craft Shows                                 Agents                            OCEAN CITY- 2 bedroom, first floor
                                                                                                                                                                                                                condo located on 14th Street be-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                tween Bay & Pleasure Ave. Condo
     Employment                                 Real Estate                           Homes for Sale                                     ★★★                              BERGER REALTY                         has been freshly painted with a new
                                                                                                                                                                                                                roof & new floors. Also, it has gas
                                                  Agents                          EGG HARBOR TWP. - Waterfront                       Belleplain                                                                 heat, a large front porch & is located
  Assistant Mechanic                                                              Paradise! 4BR, 4BA home on pond!
                                                                                                                                     Flea Market                                                                in a great neighborhood. See web-
                                                                                  Huge great rm. w/FP, vaulted ceil. &                                                                                          page for pictures & more details at
   Needed For Golf                               Your Name                        wall of glass overlooking water. Cus-
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        Course                                                                    tom kitch. w/dbl. convection oven,                     ★★★                                                           or call 609-390-4371.
 Must have knowledge of small                    Your Office                       brkfst bar & nook. Master suite w/2        Indoor and Outdoor Flea Market,
 engines, be punctual and neat.                                                   walk-in closets, bath & loft office/sit-    every Fri. Sat. Sun. Starting
 Monday through Friday with                      Your Phone                       ting rm. Bring canoe! Only $459,900.       March 30, 6am till 3pm, looking                                                     Smithville
 overtime available. Applications           (Plus Up To 20 Words of text)         Call Drew, Re/Max Atlantic 645-            for vendors and customers, re-                                                         55+ FOUR SEASONS
                                                                                                                             freshments available, spaces ap-              Brian O’Donnell
 will be taken in person, please                       ★★★                        0009 x 13
                                                                                                                             prox 12X15 outdoor $10 day, $25
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       MULBERRY Model
 call 748-2993 (Monday -Thurs-                                                                                                                                             (609) 338-9296                        Handicap accessible, 2/3BR,
 day 9AM-1PM) for appointment.                Attention All                       LINWOOD - 4BR, 2.5BA home cen-             all three days, indoor $15/day,
                                                                                                                             $30 all three days. Bring your
                                                                                                                                                                        Email:              2BA, 2 sunrooms, premium lot.
                                                                                  trally loc. near all schools & bike                                                         109 E 55th Street                  Owner financing, $259,900.
                                             Brokers/Agents                       path. FR w/gas FP, form. DR w/slid-        own tables, have fun make some                Ocean City, NJ 08226                    609-568-6879, 609-335-5124
                                                                                                                             $$$ find great bargins.
   Home Care Agency                           $9 per week                         er to deck, fish pond & yard, huge
  Seeking experienced Caregivers.                                                 screened porch w/hot tub. Formal
                                          Promote yourself in any Current,                                                       239 Hoffmans Mill Rd.,
  Must have own auto. CHHA a
                                          Gazette, Beachcomber, Leader,
                                                                                  LR. Only $329,000! Call Drew, Re/
                                                                                                                              Belleplain NJ (GPSwoodbine)               Homes for Sale                           Smithville
  plus. Call Dee at 609-398-6005.                                                 Max Atlantic 645-0009 x 13
                                          or SandPaper publication for just                                                               08270
                                                                                                                                                                     ABSECON ESTATES - Rancher by
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Four Seasons 55+
                                          $9 per week for 9 consecutive                                                                                                                                          3BR, 2BA, open floor plan, fresh-
                                          weeks. Approximate ad size 1.5                                                                                             Heritage park. Discover this spa-           ly painted, 10’ ceilings, screen
       Vacation &                         x 1.5. Call 609-383-8994 x349 or           More Homes @                                   Call Mike @                      cious 2300 sf 3BR, 2BA home. Mas-           porch,     upgrades       galore.
         Travel                           email:                         609-204-0551 for details               ter w/bath & walk-in, huge LR w/FP          $282,900. 609-213-6971, 609-
                                                                                                                                                                     & water views! Lg. eat in kitch. w/         404-0010.
PARK CITY UTAH- April 6th-13th                                                                                                                                       center island, FR w/sliders to lg.
2012, 2BR, 2BA, W/D, condo in Park          Homes for Sale                         Stores & Offices                                Yard/Garage                        deck & views of garden & park. Call
                                                                                                                                                                     Drew, Re/Max Atlantic 645-0009 x
                                                                                                                                                                                                                SOMERS POINT - Historic Bay Dis-
City Utah, Marriot Summit Watch                                                                                                                                                                                 trict. Upgraded 4BR, 3BA home on
(Main Street), ski-in, ski-out, sleeps   ABSECON ESTATES - Rancher by             EGG HARBOR TWP. - Affordable                       Sales                           13
                                                                                                                                                                                                                lg. fenced lot, on bay block. Close to
up to 8 people. Will accept best of-     Heritage park. Discover this spa-        Comm’l corner! Busy BHP loc. Cor-                                                                                             everything. Lg enough for big family
fer. Call 609-442-4936                   cious 2300 sf 3BR, 2BA home. Mas-        ner, stand alone prof./retail bldg w/     LINWOOD- 25 W. Patcong Ave.,                                                        gatherings. $425,000. Call Laurie
                                                                                                                                                                      ABSECON: Mobile Home Park
                                         ter w/bath & walk-in, huge LR w/FP       prkg! Great visibility & close to A.C.    Sat. 3/10, Sun. 3/11, 10-4. House-                                                  Smith at Bay Harbor Realty 609-
                                                                                                                                                                      55+. Located in Absecon Es-
                                                                                  & everything else. Only $155,000!
 Pets & Livestock                        & water views! Lg. eat in kitch. w/
                                         center island, FR w/sliders to lg.       Call Drew, Re/Max Atlantic 645-
                                                                                                                            hold items, womens clothing.              tates. Like new, furnished, all ap-       317-0337 cell or 927-2906 office
                                                                                                                                                                      pliances, 2 bedroom, 1 bath. Call
                                         deck & views of garden & park. Call      0009 x 13                                 POMONA- Contents of home sale.            267-994-7080.                             VENTNOR SOUTH SIDE - Near
                                         Drew, Re/Max Atlantic 645-0009 x
       HOLY COW!                         13                                       GALLOWAY - Prof. office rental w/          531 S. English Creek Rd., Sat. 3/10,
                                                                                                                            8-3. Off Pomona Rd near railroad         ATLANTIC CITY - Atn. Investors!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                beach, 4BR house with one bed-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                room legal apartment. Completely
                                                                                  great appeal in Seaview/Smithville. 2
                                                                                                                            tracks.                                  Prof. office bldg across from pro-         remodeled. Reduced $200,000 final
                                         ATLANTIC CITY - Atn. Investors!          office suites, 1,240 sf ea. or can be
                                                                                                                                                                     posed Hard Rock casino. Approx.            price $349,000. Also one bedroom
                                         Prof. office bldg across from pro-        combined. Close to Stockton, Park-
                                                                                                                                                                     2500 sf, 1 flr. bldg, 1 blk. To beach &    condo in AC! Convenient location.
                                         posed Hard Rock casino. Approx.          way, hospital. $9/sf. Hurry! Call
                                                                                                                                                                     boards. Only $345,000! Call Drew,          Completely remodeled. New win-
                                         2500 sf, 1 flr. bldg, 1 blk. To beach &   Drew, Re/Max Atlantic 645-0009 x
                                                                                                                                                                     Re/Max Atlantic 645-0009 x 13              dows, appliances, carpet. Low con-
                                         boards. Only $345,000! Call Drew,        13
                                                                                                                                                                                                                do dues. REDUCED!! $109,000
                                         Re/Max Atlantic 645-0009 x 13                                                                                               ATLANTIC CITY - Venice Park,               OBO. Call 609-703-1729.

                                         ATLANTIC CITY - Venice Park,
                                                                                          NJPA Ads                                                                   across from lagoon! Enjoy bay
                                                                                                                                                                     breezes in this 3BR ranch. Lg. LR w/       VILLAS- Rancher newly renovated,
       Look At This!!                    across from lagoon! Enjoy bay            Adoption - A Childless couple seeks                                                hdwd. flrs., eat in kit., covered front    3BR, 1BA, laundry room, sunroom,
   For only $5 per week add a            breezes in this 3BR ranch. Lg. LR w/     to adopt. Loving, Happy Home. Fi-                                                  porch & screened rear porch.               C/A, water purifying system. Corner
   Photo, Logo or Art Work to            hdwd. flrs., eat in kit., covered front   nancial security. Expenses paid.                                                   Fenced yard. $115,000. Call Drew,          lot. Immaculate condition. Call 609-
  your Snap Classified Line Ad.           porch & screened rear porch.             Flexible schedules. Caterina & Mi-                                                 Re/Max Atlantic 645-0009 x 13              729-9698.
   609-383-8994 x349                     Fenced yard. $115,000. Call Drew,
                                         Re/Max Atlantic 645-0009 x 13
                                                                                  chael. (ask for adam). 1-800-790-
                                                                                                                                    Thrift Store                     ATLANTIC          CITY    -    ATN.        Villas: Near Bay 3 bedroom 1 bath.
          Call For Details
                                                                                                                                    50% Off Sale                     INVESTORS! 1 blk. To beach &               $1,000 rental income per month.
                                         ATLANTIC         CITY     -    ATN.      Adoption: Are you pregnant? Con-           Clothing-buy one get one free.          ocean and 3 blks. to Revel. 2BR,           Asking $139,000. 609-624-2223.
                                         INVESTORS! 1 blk. To beach &                                                        Sherrys Closet, 816 Shore Road,         1BA Townhome at only $129,000!
 Auto/Truck/Vans                         ocean and 3 blks. to Revel. 2BR,
                                                                                  sidering adoption? Childless married
                                                                                  couple seeking to adopt & provide          Somers Point. 609-601-0300              Liv. rm., kitch., bsmt. New redevel-
                                         1BA Townhome at only $129,000!           loving home, education & travel. Fi-       Park at Charlies.                       opment area. Call Drew, Re/Max At-
                                                                                                                                                                     lantic 645-0009 x 13                        WILDWOOD
                                         Liv. rm., kitch., bsmt. New redevel-     nancial security. Expenses paid.
      More Cars @                        opment area. Call Drew, Re/Max At-       Lisa & Raymond. (Ask for Michelle/                                                                                                      TRI-PLEX               lantic 645-0009 x 13                     Adam) 1-800-790-5260.                          Yard Sale Ads                        Brigantine                                 Completely furnished and reno-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 vated, heated. 3 separate rentals
                                                                                                                                      Only $12.00                     1928 built home on an 80 x 100
                                                                                                                                                                      lot, detached 2 car garage, 4br,           apartments, ceramic tile and car-
                                                                                                                             Run your yard sale ad in all                                                        peting, includes 7 bedrooms,
                                                                                                                             zones for 1 week for just $12.           2bth, lving rm, dning rm, den,
                                                                                                                                                                      near bay and beach. $425,000.              large yard. Reduced $249,900.
                                                                                                                             Call Josette in Classifieds at                                                      914-879-9187 or 1-800-437-
      Handyman                              Kitchen & Bath                                Roofing                            609-383-8994 x349                        contact Rich: 609 576 2511,
       Services                                                                          Contractors
                                                                                                                                                                     EGG HARBOR TWP. - Waterfront
                                              Kitchen Trends                                                                  Auto/Truck/Vans                        Paradise! 4BR, 4BA home on pond!               Mobile Homes
                                          Kitchen & bath experts, since
           ✔✔✔                            1947. Renovations, cabinetry,
                                                                                                                                                                     Huge great rm. w/FP, vaulted ceil. &
                                                                                                                                                                     wall of glass overlooking water. Cus-
                                          counter tops, designs & more.                                                      1994                                                                                CMCH
   A-Professional-                        Detail oriented with high stan-
                                                                                                                                                                     tom kitch. w/dbl. convection oven,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    28X60 Newly Remodeled
 Handyman-Services                        dards & creativity. BBB.                                                                Lexus ES 300                       brkfst bar & nook. Master suite w/2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 3 bedroom, 2 bath. Absolutely
                                                                                              Needs Work or Perfect Parts Car         walk-in closets, bath & loft office/sit-
24-Hour Emergency & Same                                                                                                                                                                                         beautiful, must see. $109,000.
                                                                                                                             $950 obo Call (609) 377-3236            ting rm. Bring canoe! Only $459,900.
Day. Home Repair Rental Re-                         609-822-4144                     Local Contractor                                                                Call Drew, Re/Max Atlantic 645-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 609-268-9655, 609-321-1945.
hab. Residential-Commercial. In-
terior & Exterior. 609-290-0476                                                       Stell Roofing &                       DONATE YOUR CAR, TRUCK OR                0009 x 13
                                                                                                                                                                                                                EHT- Oak Forest 55+. 2BR, 2BA,
Free Estimates Lic. & Insured                                                                                               BOAT TO HERITAGE FOR THE
                                            Need A Painter?                                Siding                           BLIND. Free 3 Day Vacation, Tax
                                                                                                                                                                                                                fire place, screen porch. Corner lot.
                                                                                                                                                                      Linwood                                   $45,000. 609-927-5044
                                             Find one in the Snap Classifieds            “We’ll beat any other              Deductible, Free Towing, All Paper-
                                                                                        contractors pricing with            work Taken Care Of. 888-322-5994
            ★★★                                                                        quality work guaranteed.”                                                                                                EHT- Oak Forrest 55+. Single, 2BR,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                1.5BA, shed, large deck, A/C, ex-
                                             Stephen C. Fiedler                       Excellent References
       Affordable                         At 609-464-0413. Share in over                Free Estimates
                                                                                                                                                                                                                cellent condition. Asking $60,000.
 Handyman Services                        35 years experience of kitchens,                                                        More Cars @                                                                   Call 609-927-5044
Carpentry, Trim, Tile, Windows &          baths, general cabinetry & much                  609-938-0250              
                                                                                                                                                                                                                MAYS LANDING
Doors Replacement. Dry Wall               more. Fiedler Designs LLC.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Now reduced only $75,000 at Oaks
Repairs & Spackle, Kitchens,
Decks. Free Estimates. License                                                       Articles Wanted                              Motorcycles                                                                     of Weymouth! Spacious and well
& Insured. Cell 609-703-9692.                   Income Tax                               To Buy
                                                                                                                                                                           Large Home Small Price                  maintained 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Enjoy pool, clubhouse, tennis, gym
                                                                                                                                                                         $315,000. Near school & bike
                                                  Services                                                                  HARLEY DAVISON MOTORCY-
                                                                                                                            CLE- Low miles, financing available.
                                                                                                                                                                          path, 5 bedrooms, 4 baths.                         and more!
                                                                                                                                                                          ReMax Platinum 822-3300                         Contact Angel @
     Home                                TAX PREPARATION- In your home.
                                         Short at $85, Long (starting) at $125.                ★★★
                                                                                                                            $7,000 OBO. 609-517-9160                        Neil Cohen 402-1359                       PREMIER PROPERTIES
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           REAL ESTATE
  Improvements                           Referral discounts. Quick turn               Higher Prices Paid!                                                            LINWOOD - 4BR, 2.5BA home cen-
                                         around. Bruce 609-457-6869.               Stamp, Coin & Paper Money Col-                   Boat Slips                       trally loc. near all schools & bike
                                                                                   lections; gold, silver, estate jew-                                               path. FR w/gas FP, form. DR w/slid-        MOBILE HOME FOR RENT - Close
                                                                                                                            BRIGANTINE- 20- 40ft deep water
            ✔✔✔                               Landscaping                          elry, guitars, instruments & other
                                                                                                                            elec., water, great sunset views.
                                                                                                                                                                     er to deck, fish pond & yard, huge         to Shore & Shopping. No pets. Call
                                                                                   collectables. We strive to beat                                                   screened porch w/hot tub. Formal           609-442-0289.
    2 BROTHERS                                  Services                           any offer. Member PSE, NGC.              Really cheap. Name your price. 609-      LR. Only $329,000! Call Drew, Re/
Basements, bathrooms, kitch-                                                       Please call Bob 609-390-1286.            703-3097                                 Max Atlantic 645-0009 x 13
ens, decks and more. 100yrs of           ABOVE ALL LANDSCAPING- Clean                                                                                                                                            Wildwood
experience and knowledge on              ups, thatching, mulching, seeding,                                                 BRIGANTINE- Full service Bayside         MAYS LANDING- 55+ Community.                  SHAWCREST ISLAND
our tool belts. Licensed and in-
sured. 609-334-7622.
                                         fertilizing, sodding, flower beds,
                                         cutting, trimming, bushes and trees.
                                                                                   Articles For Sale                        Marina, deep water, water & electric,    Beautifully landscaped, 2BR, 2BA,           Mobile home for sale. 2 bedroom,
                                                                                                                            2 mins to AC inlet. Call 609-264-        large kitchen, new appliances, en-          central heat & air, heated Florida
                                         Hardscape-Pavers. 609-926-2000.          FUTON AND OTTOMAN 3 PIECE                 0900.                                    closed sun porch w/fireplace. Nu-           room, d/w, garbage disposal, tile
                                             No Job To Small! Fully Insured
                                                                                  SET WITH CUSHIONS. Hardwood                                                        merous upgrades. $146,500. 609-             bath, fully furnished, front and
                                                                                  frames. Originally purchased from         OCEAN CITY- 50 foot Boat Slip. GE        625-5530                                    back deck, all season residents.
       ALL PHASES                               Masonry &                         Platt’s Furniture. Very Good Condi-       Inlet-No Bridges. $3,700 season/                                                     Asking $52,000. Call 609-522-
  HOME REMODELING                                                                 tion. Asking $500 for set. Call 973-                                                                                           5239, 267-235-7245. Leave mes-
     Kitchens and Baths                         Concrete                          838-5709
                                                                                                                            $4,200 year. Gregg 609 425 7397
                                                                                                                                                                      Mays Landing: Single Home, 55              sage.
       Free Estimates                                                                                                                                                 Over Community, Mays Landing
  609-465-0824 609-743-6280                                                                                                 OCEAN CITY- Boat slip available,          Country Club. 2 bedrooms, 2                FineLineMasonry.Com                            Firewood                         Floating Dock- Water & electric in-       baths, living room, dining room,                 Businesses
                                          Stucco      &     Stone     Veneer                                                cluded. 2012 season with no date          eat in kitchen, den, covered
                                          Specialist! Lic/Ins. Free Est.                   For Sale                         restrictions. Safe residential area.      deck, garage. Cul de sac on 13th                  For Sale
                                                    609-932-2990                                                            941-685-3219                              Fairway. REDUCED $175,000.
           ★★★                                                                    A.J. FIREWOOD- Free delivery.
                                                                                  Oak, seasoned & split. 16 to 18 inch.
    Atlantic Bulldog                              Painting/                       Stove wood available. $180. per              Boat Directory                                                                    Real estate with laundromat, 2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 apts & parking for sale, $285K.
     Construction                                 Papering                        cord. 856-719-9217, 609-923-6880.
                                                                                                                            1994 Sunbird 20ft: With 115 John-            More Homes @                            Call 609-965-6956 (lv msg) or
Kitchen, bathrooms, trim, decks,                                                                                                                                               609-432-8928 (cell)
                                                                                  FIREWOOD- No job to small or big.         son outboard, trailer and power
tile, additions, exterior work. Li-
censed & fully insured. Free es-                                                  Call now for specials. Stock up now       wench. M-F 215-677-9311. Asking
                                              MUNN BROTHERS                       on this years prices for next year.       $3,000. As is.                           OCEAN CITY - $174,000 2Bd 1Ba
timates. 609-513-5744
                                                 PAINTING                         609-204-3999, 609-703-3344                                                         Condo.Convenient/Quiet/Clean!                    Commercial
                                                Interior and Exterior                                                                                                3523 Bay Ave. for Info
                                            Powerwashing / Deck Staining
                                                                                                                            2004 SEA BOSS- 23’ walk around,
                                                                                                                                                                     & Pix. Call FARRELL REALTY 609-                   Property
                                                                                                                            cuddy cab, AM/FM/CD player, 2
 Coastal Remodeling                             Licensed & Insured
                                              NJ Lic #13VH03451200
                                                                                    E-mail your Classified Ad                GPS, FF, 250 hrs on engine, very
                                                                                                                                                                                                                BRIGANTINE- 90’x90’ corner prop-

We do it all. Roofing, siding, win-                Free Estimates                                                           good condition, electric anchor hoist,   OCEAN CITY- 4 yr. condo. 12th &            erty. 7% return on your money!
dows, kitchen, bath, decks, ad-                                                                                             225 hp 4 stroke Johnson, 2004 trail-     Asbury/West. 3 bed, 2 bath, large          Great rental history. Fully occupied
ditions, etc. Licensed & insured.                609-383-0422                                                               er. Located in Bree-vee-lee Marina.                                                 100% rented. $699,000. Call 609-
                                                                                                                                                                     great room, full kitchen, W/D, A/C.
Free estimates. 609-334-0444                   Cell 609-338-8130                                $19,950. 856-435-7984.                   $369,000. FSBO. 201-739-3421.              870-3086.
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                                                                   Property                          NORTHFIELD- Bright 1BR, 2nd fl.                                                                                                                        609-383-8994 x349
                                                           GALLOWAY- 5.25 acres available            apt., w/bonus room, deck, off street

                                                                                                                                                                 FOR JUN
                                                           with 450’ frontage & acreage for a        parking. $1,000/month. Available im-

                                                                                                                                                               H SPRING KERS
                                                           36,000 square building on Jimmie          mediately. Pets OK. 609-827-2119

                                                           Leeds Rd. Property zones for pro-
                                                           fessional offices & limited commer-       OC- Gardens, 1 block to bay, re-
                                                                                                     done, 3BR, 2BA, kitchen, D/R, L/R,

                                                           cial usage. See web-page for pic-
                                                           tures & details at realestateinvest-      porch, parking, yard. $1,850 plus.
                                                  or call 609-        No pets. 973-204-6438
                                                           SOMERS POINT- Restaurant loca-
                                                                                                     OC- Nice large clean furnished room
                                                                                                     in private home. Free cable, W/D,
                                                                                                                                                                   Clean Up Time
                                                           tion or retail store, stand alone.        use of full kitchen. All utilities includ-
                                                           3,100 sq. ft. in shopping center.         ed. $600/monthly or consider $155/
                                                           Large parking lot. $3,500 per month       weekly. 609-214-9129.
                                                           neg. 609-820-2111.
                                                                                                     OC- North end cozy house for 1 per-

                                                               Yearly Rentals
                                                                                                     son. 1BR, 1BA, W/D, fenced yard.
                                                                                                     No pets. Good credit. $1,000/month                 WE BUY JUNK CARS
                                                                                                     plus utilities. 856-853-4911
                                                                                                                                                     from $300 to $1,000 or more!
                                                                                                     OC- North end, cozy, for 1 or maybe
                                                                                                     2 people. 2BR, 1BA, W/D, D/W. No
                                                                                                                                                         CASH ON THE SPOT
                                                                                                     pets. Good credit. $1000/month plus                  Cars, Trucks & Equipment• Any Condition
                                                                                                     utilities. 856-853-4911                             Anytime • Anywhere • Immediate Removal
                                                                                                     SMITHVILLE- Female seeking fe-                       Highest Prices Paid Call Us Last. . .We Pay The Most!
                                                               1 & 2 Bedrooms
                                                                                                                                                              A1 AFFORDABLE TOWING
                                                                                                     male to share townshouse, own
                                                            It’s warming up outside and our          bathroom, walk-in closet, gym &
                                                            rent deals are SUPER HOT! 1              pool. $675 split electric, includes
                                                            and 2 bedrooms available in              internet, cable. 201-788-1116
                                                                                                                                                                 Owner Operated • Rich Morris
                                                            Mays Landing, Somers Point,
                                                            Ventnor, Pleasantville and other         SOMERS POINT- 4BR, 2BA Du-
                                                                                                                                                                  Call 609-517-3458
                                                            locations. Call Katie today for          plex/Condo On Broadway. Unfur-

                                                                                                                                                             m i lt o n ’ s
                                                            HOT deals at 609-641-9888.               nished. 100% Panoramic Bay

                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Matt Portnoy & Sons
                                                                                                     Views.    Garages.     $3,000/mo

                                                           ABSECON- 2BR, 2BA, 1st floor,             1st&2nd Available. Jesse @ RE/
                                                           Oyster Bay, all appliances, pool.         MAX 609.442.9840
                                                           $1,100/month. Available immediate-
                                                           ly. 609-226-6370
                                                                                                      Somers Point
                                                           ABSECON- 55+, 1BR, 1BA, upper
                                                           unit condo, quiet, spacious. Move in
                                                                                                      3/4 Bdr, 1-1/2 Bath Split-Level
                                                                                                      home. Big Backyard, Great for
                                                                                                                                                         The ONLY Appliance Service
                                                           ready. $975/month 609-442-7559
                                                           Pru Div Realty
                                                                                                      Entertainment! 5 min. from OCNJ                           in Egg Harbor Township!!
                                                                                                      beaches and boardwalk! $1800
                                                           ABSECON- New beautiful T/H, 2BR,
                                                                                                      per month/call for appt. 856-261-
                                                                                                      2535                                             FLAT RATE, One Price Service
                                                           2.5BA, L/R, D/R, den, kitchen, all ap-
                                                           pliances, 1 car garage. Property
                                                                                                     VENICE PARK- 2BR apt, beautifully               • NO Service Call                • NO Trip Charges
                                                           maintained. No smoking/pets. Avail-
                                                           able now. $1,400/mth 609-576-0566
                                                                                                     kept, quiet street, good credit. $850
                                                                                                     plus utilities. 609-344-5676
                                                                                                                                                     • NO Time Charges                • NO Added Fees
                                                           AC- The Berkley. Large Corner 2BR,
                                                                                                                                                          FREE Phone Estimates!!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               AUTO RECYCLING
                                                           2BA, beach block condo, unob-             VENTNOR-       Townhouse,      3BR,
                                                           structed ocean, bay, AC view, pool,       1.5BA, hardwood floors, large
                                                           garage, security, fitness center, fur-
                                                           nished including baby grand piano.
                                                                                                     rooms, 3 blks to beach, quite street,
                                                                                                     W/D. Must See. $1,200/month. Call                    WE ONLY USE FACTORY                                                                      Quick Cash for Junk Cars,
                                                           $2,400/mth. 609-646-9447                  Donna 609-703-8603. Credit check
                                                                                                     required.                                             AUTHORIZED PARTS                                                                      Trucks, Buses, Semis, Trailers
                                                            Atlantic City- Brighton Towers:                                                                     For a limited time, mention this ad                                            Farm & Construction Equipment
                                                            Studios & 1 BR starting at $775/           Summer Rentals                                         and we will pay your sales tax for you!!!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Same day pick-up, Cash on the spot
                                                            mo, Inc. Heat/Electric/Water/
                                                            Sewer. Atlantic Realty Mgmt.
                                                            609-926-9060 Debra Lafferty
                                                                                                       Brigantine                                                                                                         Call Matt Portnoy Now 609-517-7767
                                                                                                           2 Units, North End
                                                           BRIGANTINE- Spacious 3BR, 1BA                      Beach Block
                                                           close to beach and trans. Eat-in            Rear 2BR/1BA & Front 3BR/2BA,
                                                           kitchen, W/D, sunroom, off street           both W/D, C/A. Weekly, monthly,                                                                     Now you can go online to place your snap classi ed ad
                                                           parking. Available immediately.             seasonal. 856-629-0025 leave
                                                           $1,100 plus utilities. 302-562-6378         message.                                                                                                          or view this weeks ads
                                                           BRIGANTINE- 3BR, 2.5BA, gas
                                                           heat, parking. $1,200/month plus
                                                                                                     OCEAN CITY- Oceanfront, 1BR                                           Because Time...            
                                                                                                     condo with private boardwalk en-
                                                           utilities. 1 month security, 1 month
                                                           deposit. Credit check. No pets. 609-
                                                                                                     trance, fully furnished with W/D, two
                                                                                                     cable TV’s, pool. Available July &
                                                                                                                                                                             Is Money!!                                 The Current Newspapers
                                                           992-8681                                  August. 610-715-9723.                                                                                            The Brigantine Beachcomber
                                                           BRIGANTINE- 3BR, 1.5BA, 2nd
                                                           floor, 1.5 blocks to beach, full front
                                                                                                     OCEAN CITY- 10 yards to bdwk,
                                                                                                     1BR, 1BA, parking spot, common
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Easy, Quick & Click – Classi ed Ads, The Way to Sell
                                                           deck, new appliances. $1,250/             pool. No smoking, no pets. $500-
                                                           month. Call 610-247-3151                  $1,500/wk. Steve 484-557-3509

                                                                                                                                                                                                                         JUNK CARS WANTED
                                                           CMCH- 3BR, 2.5BA, Avalon Links
                                                           townhome, garage, golf view.               Ocean City
                                                           $1,800/month + utilities. Call Randy
                                                           Leiser, Avalon Real Estate Agency               14th & Central
                                                           EHT- SFH, 4BR, 2.5BA, family room
                                                           w/gas fireplace, 2 car garage.
                                                                                                      Seasonal summer rental, $8,500.
                                                                                                      3rd fl. apt. Slps 6, A/C, W/D,
                                                                                                      parking    etc. 215-920-2726,                                                                                        WE PAY TOP $$$
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               • Cars • Tractors • Trucks
                                                           $1,960. 609-707-0885

                                                                                                                                                                                                                               • Trailers • Anything Metal
                                                                                                      Ocean City
                                                            Galloway- Club III: 2 BR, 2 BA
                                                            2nd Flr. $950 No Pets. Close to
                                                            Stockton. Atlantic Realty Mgmt.
                                                                                                             Full Season
                                                                                                      3BR, 1.5BA, 2nd fl, parking.
                                                            609-926-8060 Debra Lafferty               $13,000. Also 2nd fl. garage apt.
                                                                                                      2BR. $7,200. Both in beach
                                                           LAURELDALE- 3BR plus BR or

                                                                                                                                                                                     Mark Reilly
                                                                                                      block. 937-573-7373
                                                           playroom, large living room, eat in
                                                           kitchen, 1BA, full basement. Avail
                                                           April 1st. $1,200/month. 609-625-          Ocean City
                                                           5072                                                                                                                        Local Insurance Agent
                                                           LINWOOD- 13 Asbury Ave, 4BR/
                                                                                                            Lagoon Front                                                              with Competetive Rates!
                                                                                                      Seasonal 3B/2BA Rental avail-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             For Service NOW Call Ken Portnoy
                                                           2BA, Near Schools/Bike Path, Gas           able. Newly renovated, second
                                                           Heat/CAC, LR, DR Hrdwd Floors -            floor with fabulous views. Call
                                                                                                                                                      Auto • Home                      Call for a Free Quote:

                                                           $1800+ Util./month avail. immed.           610-608-0768

                                                           CALL 609-369-1214
                                                           MARGATE TOWERS- Yearly rental              Wildwood
                                                                                                                                                     Business • Life                Cell:
                                                           1BR, 1BA, freshly painted and all
                                                           new carpets. Ready for immediate                  1 Br. Efficiency
                                                           occupancy! $1,295.00 includes              1.5 blocks from beach. $4000 for
                                                           electric.                                  season and security. Call 609-                                        Reasonable Rates
                                                             Premier Properties 609-822-3339          707-1990.
                                                                                                                                                                  JASON PILLA                                             THE TILE GUYS
                                                           MARGATE- Apt. 1BR, W/D, off               WILDWOOD- 2BR, completely ren-                                                                                          Home Improvement Contractor
                                                           street parking. $750/month. 609-
                                                           823-7471, 609-823-4131.
                                                                                                     ovated & furnished. Including all util-
                                                                                                     ities. No groups, no pets. Families &
                                                                                                                                                                 Tree Specialist, LLC                                             Custom Tile Work
                                                                                                     over 25 please. 914-879-9187
                                                           MARGATE- Little house, 1BR, W/D,                                                                                                                                • Hardwood          • Doors & Windows      • General Maintenance
                                                           off street parking. $950/month. 609-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           • Laminate          • Siding & Decks       • Winterizations
                                                           823-7471, 609-823-4131.                     Stores & Offices                                                                                                    • Regrouting        • Finished Basements   • Snow Removal
                                                                                                                                                                         Fully Insured - Excellent Work
                                                                                                     ABSECON- Office Space 400 - 3000
                                                            Mays Landing- Meadowbrook: 1
                                                            & 2 BR Starting at $850/mo. Inc.
                                                            Heat/Water/Sewer. No Pets. At-
                                                                                                     Sq. Ft. Route 30 location - Starting
                                                                                                     @ $450/Mo+. Atlantic Realty Man-
                                                                                                     agement, Inc. 609-926-8060 office,
                                                                                                                                                  NJ Cert. Tree Expert
                                                                                                                                                       Lic #455          965-8003                                       NJ Lic# 13VH05501600   (609) 665-0371                     FULLY INSURED

                                                            lantic Realty Mgmt. 609-926-             609-432-8796 cell.
                                                            8060 Debra Lafferty

                                                           NORTH WILDWOOD. 2 Bedroom
                                                           Apt, Year Round 2nd Floor. $775 a
                                                                                                     BRIGANTINE- Commercial office
                                                                                                     space for rent or heated storage.
                                                                                                     525 sq.ft. $549./month to month or
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Made You Look
                                                           month + utilities. Security deposit re-   yearly lease. 609-870-3086.
                                                           quired. Proof of income and refer-
                                                           ences required. Call 729-1834 or          EGG HARBOR TWP. - Affordable
                                                           610-534-2705                              Comm’l corner! Busy BHP loc. Cor-
                                                                                                     ner, stand alone prof./retail bldg w/
                                                           NORTH WILDWOOD- Central &
                                                           5th, quiet neighborhood, 1st fl, no
                                                                                                     prkg! Great visibility & close to A.C.                                                                                           Get Your Business Looked At
                                                                                                     & everything else. Only $155,000!                                                                                        Advertise in the Snap 411 Business Directory
                                                           stairs, 1BD, kit, LR, no pets, secur-     Call Drew, Re/Max Atlantic 645-
                                                           ity, ref. 201-666-7435 $725 +util.        0009 x 13                                                                                                                          Call 609-383-8994 x349
 Snap Classifieds                                                                                                                                   609-383-8994 x349

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            HAMILTON-EGG HARBOR CITY CURRENT / Friday, March 9, 2012
     Automotive                    Injury Lawyers                         Stores & Offices                           Stores & Offices                               Storage Space:                                                                     NJPA Ads
                                                                        GALLOWAY - Prof. office rental w/         SHOPPES OF GALLOWAY- Strip                       Sale or Rent                                                     Adoption: Are you pregnant? Con-
  NEED CASH?                      PERSKIE &                             great appeal in Seaview/Smithville. 2     mall on Collins Rd, store for rent
                                                                                                                  1,000 sq ft. Potential for dry cleaner
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    sidering adoption? Childless married

 WE BUY CARS!                                                           office suites, 1,240 sf ea. or can be
                                                                                                                                                              CHECK YOUR AD                                                         couple seeking to adopt & provide
                                  FENDT P.C.
                                          ATTORNEYS AT LAW
                                                                        combined. Close to Stockton, Park-
                                                                        way, hospital. $9/sf. Hurry! Call
                                                                                                                  or nail salon. Call 609-576-2274.

                                                                                                                  SOMERS POINT- Shared office, 2
                                                                                                                                                            Advertisers should check their
                                                                                                                                                            ads on the first day of publication.
                                                                                                                                                            We shall not be liable for typo-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    loving home, education & travel. Fi-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    nancial security. Expenses paid.
                                                                        Drew, Re/Max Atlantic 645-0009 x                                                                                                                            Lisa & Raymond. (Ask for Michelle/
                                    Get the Settlement You              13                                        large rooms, Shore Rd, Historic           graphical errors or errors in ad-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Adam) 1-800-790-5260.
                                    Deserve - Call Us Today                                                       building. $800. 609-926-1367.             vertisements except to the extent
                                   for a FREE Consultation!                                                                                                 of the cost of the first day’s in-
                                                                                                                                                            sertion of the ad, and shall also                                       Adoption: Are you pregnant? A child-
                                                                                                                         Real Estate                        not be liable for damages due to                                        less, happily married, couple seeks
                                  450 Tilton Road, Suite 260                Rt. 9, New Building                                                             the failure to publish an ad. Ad-
                                    Northfield, NJ 08225
                                    Northfield,                           Single room office, 1st or 2nd fl,               Services                          justment for errors is limited to                                       to adopt. Will be full-time mom/de-
     525 Stone Harbor Blvd.                                                                                                                                 the cost of that portion of the ad                                      voted dad. Financial security. Ex-
                                                                         priv ent, from $275./mo inc all.
 Cape May Court House, NJ 08210         609.645.2111                     609-652-2999. M/F.                                                                 wherein the error occurred.                                             penses paid. Shirley and Tony. 1-
1 (888) 254-8173                                                        Northfield: Mainland Professional
                                                                                                                                                           PLEASANTVILLE-          Commercial
                                                                                                                                                           business district. Storage/Ware-                                         ADOPTION: Loving couple wishes
                                                                        Park. 1750 Zion Road corner New                                                    house/Shop+Office, full utilities, UEZ                                   to give love, happiness and security
                                                                        Road. Complete offices 750 to 1600                                                 tax advantage, limited parking. 609-
    Employment                        Employment                        sq.ft. and shell space completed to              Ever Consider a                   204-5987.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    to your newborn. Let’s help each
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    other. Can help with expenses. Don-
                                                                        suit your needs. Up to 4750 sq ft /
                                                                        floor. 130 parking spaces, handi-
                                                                                                                     Reverse Mortgage?                                                                                              na and Al 877-492-8546.
                                                                        capped accessible. Begins at 19.50
                                                                                                                   At least 62 years old? Stay in
                                                                                                                   your home & Increase cash flow!
                                                                                                                                                                          NJPA Ads
                                                                        sq ft includes all utilities, taxes and    Safe & Effective! Call Now for                                                                                   AIRLINES ARE HIRING. Train for
                                                                                                                   your FREE DVD!                          Adoption - A Childless couple seeks                                      hands on Aviation Career. FAA ap-
                                                                        CAM. 609-646-9447.                                                                 to adopt. Loving, Happy Home. Fi-
                                                                                                                       Call 866-934-4925                                                                                            proved program. Financial aid if
                                                                                                                                                           nancial security. Expenses paid.
                                                                                                                                                           Flexible schedules. Caterina & Mi-                                       qualified. Job placement assistance.
                                                                              Employment                                                                   chael. (ask for adam). 1-800-790-                                        CALL Aviation Institute of Mainte-

Sales Manager                     Director of Security
                                                                                                                     Storage Space:
                                                                                                                      Sale or Rent
                                                                                                                                                           5260.                                                                    nance. 877-564-4204

Seeking a Hotel Sales             Seeking a Director of Security                                                  BRIGANTINE- Storage garage 24’ x              Home Security                                                               Home Security
Manager to solicit and            to oversee the overall safety                                                   12’/plus office 12’ X 12’. $275. Month
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                                                                                Hamilton Township                                                  weapon, aggravated assault resulting in serious injury, rob-                          Officer Cheryl McCarthy and charged with shoplifting and
                                                             The Hamilton Township Police Department responded to                                  bery by injury threat, person unauthorized to have a weapon,                          possession of drug paraphernalia.
                                                           1,352 calls for service Jan. 22-31.                                                     and criminal attempt.                                                                    Carol DiBruno, 46, of Mays Landing was arrested Jan. 24
                                                             They included 109 criminal investigations, 29 domestic                                  Christopher Sage Jr., 25, of Galloway was arrested Jan.                             by Officer Jeremy Hartman and charged with driving while
                                                           disputes, 36 motor vehicle accidents, 393 motor vehicle                                 22 by Officer Curtis Tribbitt and charged with driving while                           under the influence.
                                                           stops, 102 EMS calls and 29 fire calls.                                                  under the influence.                                                                      Khaadim Abdullah, 43, of Mays Landing was arrested Jan.
                                                             Anthony Palmeri, 32, of Mays Landing was arrested Jan.                                  Joseph Shumsky, 38, of Ventnor was arrested Jan. 23 by                              25 by Officer Eric Bittmann and charged with two counts
                                                           22 by Officer Wade Smith and charged with possession of a                                Officer Trenton Lee and charged with shoplifting.                                      of simple assault.
                                                           weapon for an unlawful purpose, unlawful possession of a                                  Daniel Call, 41, of Atlantic City was arrested Jan. 24 by                              Torre Campbell, 37, of Mays Landing was arrested Jan. 25
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           by Officer James Long and charged with harassment.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Cody Evans, 24, of Mays Landing was arrested Jan. 26
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           by Officer Nicole Nelson and charged with theft of mov-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           able property.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Valene Pittman, 23, of Mays Landing was arrested Jan.

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           26 by Officer Christine Armitage and charged with theft
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           by deception – false impression.
                                                                                                                                                                           6122 Blackhorse Pike, EHT - NJ                                     Maurice Pringle, 36, of Mays Landing was arrested Jan.
                                                                                                                                                                                609-804-9710                                               26 by Officer Jeremy Hartman and charged with shoplift-
                                                                                                                                                                     Rt. 30 & Wrangleboro Rd. Galloway - NJ                                ing.
                                                                                            At English Creek by Charles & Ann Marie Cain                                                                         Toni Pretino, 61, of Mays Landing was arrested Jan. 27
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           by Officer Arthur Train and charged with shoplifting.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Cheryl Golden, 49, of Mays Landing was arrested Jan.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           28 by Officer Nicole Nelson and charged with simple as-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Christopher Green, 34, of Mays Landing was arrested
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Jan. 28 by Officer Francis Smyth and charged with driving
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           while under the influence.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Anthony Hughes, 36, of Pleasantville was arrested Jan.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           28 by Officer James Longo and charged with driving while
                                                             A P P R O V A L P AT R O L                                                                                                                                                    under the influence.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              John Scarlett Jr., 35, of Mays Landing was arrested Jan.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           28 by Officer Gerhard Thoresen and charged with criminal
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           mischief with damage.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Dawn Tinkcom, 33, of Folsom was arrested Jan. 28 by
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Officer Gerhard Thoresen and charged with simple assault
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           and criminal mischief with damage.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Wardell Harvey, 44, of Mays Landing was arrested Jan.
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           29 by Officer Trenton Lee and charged with simple assault
                                                            2007 MITSUBISHI OUTLANDER               2000 TOYOTA TUNDRA TRD 4WD                   4-cyl, 5-spd, ps, pb, air, p-lcks, p-       Auto, ps, pb, dual air, p-lcks, p-win,        with bodily injury.
                                                           6-cyl, auto, ps, pb, air, p-lcks, p-win, 6-cyl, 5-spd, ps, pb, air, p-lcks, p-        win, cruise, tilt, leather int., p-sun-     cruise, tilt, leather int., p-sunroof,           Gerri Rubino, 40, of Mays Landing was arrested Jan. 29
                                                           cruise, tilt, p-sunroof, 3rd row, VIN win, cruise, tilt, CD, bedliner, r/slider,      roof, CD, dual air bags, VIN                CD, dual air bags, chrome whls., pri-
                                                           74007665                                 Offroad Pkg., 4 Door, VIN YS034046           9M178936                                    vacy glass, spoiler, VIN 2F196047             by Officer Gerhard Thoresen and charged with aggravated
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           assault with serious injury.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Jordan Rubino, 44, of Mays Landing was arrested Jan.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           29 by Officer Gerhard Thoresen and charged with simple’s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           assault with bodily injury.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Robert Sturts, 52, of Tuckerton was arrested Jan. 29 by

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Sgt. Patrick Muller and charged with driving while under
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Dawn Tinkcom, 33, of Folsom was arrested Jan. 29
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           by Officer Gerhard Thoresen and charged with criminal
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                                                                                                        $199/Mo.                                   $199/Mo.                                   $199/Mo.                                        Kiana Ein, 18, of Elwood was arrested Jan. 30 by Officer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Jason Sexton and charged with shoplifting and possession
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           of heroin.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Francisco Luna, 23, of Camden was arrested Jan. 30 by
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Officer Leo Rudolph and charged with driving while under
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                                                                2010 FORD FUSION SEL                   8-cyl, auto, ps, pb, air, p-seat, p-lcks,                                             8-cyl, auto, ps, pb, air, p-seat, p-lcks,        Andrew Orlowsky, 21, of Mays Landing was arrested
                                                           6-cyl, auto, ps, pb, air, p-lcks, p-win,    p-win, cruise, tilt, leather int., CD,         2009 HYUNDAI SONATA                    p-win, cruise, tilt, leather int., p-sun-     Jan. 31 by Officer Gregory Blose and charged with pos-
                                                           cruise, tilt, CD, dual air bags, Alloy      dual air bags, chrome whls., key- 4-cyl, auto, ps, pb, air, p-lcks, p-win,            roof, CD, dual air bags, bedliner, bed
                                                           whls., keyless, VIN AR259604                less, VIN 66R45016                        cruise, tilt, VIN 9H502605                  cover, VIN 6G133978                           session of less than 50 grams of marijuana, possession of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           drug paraphernalia and possession with intent to distribute

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Police looking for
                                                                   2009 SATURN AURA                            2006 ACURA 3.2TL                          2006 MINI COOPER S                            2005 BMW 325XI
                                                           6-cyl, auto, ps, pb, air, p-lcks, p-win,
                                                           cruise, tilt, leather int., p-sunroof,
                                                           CD, dual air bags, Alloy whls., VIN
                                                                                                       V6, 5-spd, ps, pb, air, 50,892
                                                                                                       miles, p-lcks, p-win, cruise, tilt,
                                                                                                       leather int., p-sunroof, CD, dual air
                                                                                                                                                  4-cyl, auto, ps, pb, air, p-lcks, p-win,
                                                                                                                                                  cruise, tilt, leather int., p-sunroof,
                                                                                                                                                  CD, dual air bags, Alloy whls. VIN
                                                                                                                                                                                             6-cyl, auto, ps, pb, air, p-seat, p-lcks,
                                                                                                                                                                                             p-win, cruise, tilt, leather int., p-sun-
                                                                                                                                                                                             roof, CD, dual air bgas, Alloy whls.,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               suspicious men seen
                                                           8F153257                                    bags, Alloy whls., VIN 6A059705            6TJ35337                                   VIN 5PR16588

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          N.Y., man with posses-
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                                                            2006 DODGE RAM CREW CAB                                                                                                                 2008 FORD EDGE SE                     catching him in the woods        of burglary tools including
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                                                           win, cruise, tilt, CD, dual air bags,
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          behind the vacant Lenox
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                                                                                                                                                                                                        HAMILTON-EGG HARBOR CITY CURRENT / Friday, March 9, 2012
      ‘Into the Woods’
   The award-winning Emanon Players of         matter of fact, many of those cast and crew
Absegami High School will present “Into        members in the 1994 production have been
the Woods” by Stephen Sondheim and             writing to me on Facebook and reminiscing
James Lapine 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday,       about their experiences in the play. As a
March 9-10, and 3 p.m. Sunday, March 11        matter of fact, some of those cast and crew
in the Absegami Performing Arts Center.        members are planning on attending.”
Tickets are $12, $10 for students and senior      Garrison said the show is perfectly
citizens, and can be purchased in advance      suited for this year’s crop of performers.
6-9 p.m. Wednesday-Thursday, March 7              “The current group of actors I have are
and 8 in the school lobby. Call (609) 404-     all top-notch singers, which in this pro-
2061 or see                  duction is a necessity,” he said. “Stephen
    “Just as fairy tales were meant to be      Sondheim’s music is extremely difficult
cautionary tales for children on the proper    to learn. As I have been telling my drama
ways to behave in the world, ‘Into the         students from the start of rehearsals, ‘Into
Woods’ serves as a modern parable to           the Woods’ is like an advanced placement
our own lives and our own expectations,”       course in musical theater.”
director Chip Garrison said. “There is a          Vocal music is directed by Galloway
high price for wish fulfi llment and the        Township Middle School teacher Brian
clear message of ‘Into the Woods’ is that      Conover.                                                                                                                               Steve Prisament
there are always ramifications for our            The student pit orchestra is directed            In front from left are Billy Bates, Sean Fineran, Sam Phommalyla, Kirsten Wimberg, Colleen Gar-
decisions.”                                    by Galloway Township Middle School                  rison, Josh Wescoat and Ryann Guy. The second row consists of Gina Marinelli, Jessica Schrading,
   Garrison said the musical is special at     teacher and Absegami Marching Braves                Marla Cassenti, Laura Petro, Melissa Mangold, Morgan Kirner, Malia Monk, Nicholas Hathaway,
Absegami.                                      band director Jim Glenn. The set is by              Erica Butterhof and Ashton Wagner. In back are Megan Cantz, Randy Frazier, Aaron Sartorio,
   “We first did the show in 1994 back in       award-winning professional set designer             Isabelle Brown, Adam Bokunewicz, Jack Keenan, Olivia Conover, Nathan Moore, Carmelo Poli-
the old cafetorium, and it is still one of     Peter Avagliano. The choreographer is               sano and Andrew Edelblum.
my favorite productions,” he said. “As a       Anthony Mauriello.

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