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Vol. 75                                            PHILADELPHIA, PA -- TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 2010                                                           FREE            No. 47

                             9-1-1 Failure Leads To Frustration and Many
                             Questions from Glendale Street Residents
                                            Residents Meet with 24th Police District, and Still Await Answers to their Questions. See Page 5.

                             Little Flower’s Valedictorian & Salutatorian
    Juniata Park               Little Flower Catholic High School        Elizabeth has also been involved in      36,000 alumnae.
  Civic Association          for Girls is proud to announce the        our Music program, joining the
            Contact the      Class of 2010 Valedictorian is Anh        Concert Band and the Show Band.
              Juniata        Nguyen from Visitation BVM Parish         She is also a member of Tri-M, the
                Park         and the Salutatorian is Elizabeth         Music Honor Society. Elizabeth is an
                Civic        Potens from Presentation BVM Parish.      Ambassador, representing our school
             by calling          Graduation will be Friday, June       at various functions here as well as
           215-289-0390      11th, 2010 at Holy Family University      off-campus. She is a member of the
            or e-mailing     with Monsignor Kevin Lawrence, Vicar      National Honor Society, serving as
          juniataparkcivic   for the Philadelphia South Vicariate,     President her senior year. Elizabeth
           presiding.                                has also participated in activities with
                                While they have focused on their       the Community Service Corps,
      Next Meeting
                             academic studies, both girls have         including the Young at Heart Lunch-
 Tuesday, May 11             found opportunities to be involved in     eon held at Presentation BVM Church
                             many of the extra-curricular activities   each year on Martin Luther King Day.
     at 7:00 PM              offered here at LF. Anh has been a        She has joined the Book Club, Card
   at the Juniata Park       committed member of our Music             Club and Knitting Club over her fours
    Boys & Girls Club        Department. She has played in the         here, and the Literary Garland, an
                             Concert Band, Show Band, and Jazz         annual publication of literature and
                             Band, as well as being a member of        artwork by Little Flower students.
                             Tri-M, a Music Honor Society. Anh was     When asked of her experience here
                             selected to be a member of the            at LF, Elizabeth responded, “I will
                             Archdiocesan All-Catholic band and        always value my years at Little Flower
                             the All-Catholic Orchestra. She was       for their positive impact on my life.
                             inducted into the National Honor          The unique community and environ-
                             Society here at LF in her Junior year.    ment at LF has helped me develop
                             Anh joined the staff of the Garland,      those academic, social and leadership
                             our yearbook, as well as the Sudoku       skills I need to succeed in my future
                             Club, Card Club, Computer Club,           goals.”
                             Otaku Club and the Handwork Club.            Elizabeth has been accepted to
                             Anh states, “Little Flower has a unique   LaSalle University, St. Joseph’s
                             community and environment that has        University and the University of
                             allowed me to develop my potentials       Pennsylvania. She will attend the

  Make it                    to the fullest.”
                                 Anh has been accepted to the
                                                                       University of Pennsylvania to major
                                                                       in history.

Taste Great!                 University of Pennsylvania and Drexel
                             University. She will continue her
                             education at the University of
                                                                          The Little Flower Catholic High
                                                                       School community congratulates both
                                                                       girls as they, along with the rest of
                             Pennsylvania, majoring in Computer        their class, look forward to graduation       Elizabeth Potens, Salutatorian, and Anh Nguyen, Valedictorian
                             Science.                                  and joining the proud tradition of over    of Little Flower Catholic High School’s Class of 2010.

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Philabundance is Appealing to Taylor announces New Home Heating
the Community to Help Combat Equipment Rebate Program
the Produce Shortage          A new rebate program designed to Rebates will range from $100 to application within 30 days of the
                                                                                    help consumers save money and                                                                                                                                                     $500, depending on the equipment’s             reservation date.
   A harsh winter, the devastating        forced to cut back on the amount of
                                                                                    energy by making it more affordable                                                                                                                                               efficiency rating.                               The company selected to manage
earthquake in Chile, and a rise in fuel   weekly produce sent to agencies,
                                                                                    to upgrade a home heating system will                                                                                                                                                 Consumers can apply for and                the program, Resource Solutions
prices have compounded to drive up        which is forcing some to turn people
                                                                                    open April 21, State Rep. John Taylor                                                                                                                                             receive their rebates by meeting each          Group, will mail rebate checks
the cost of produce. As a result,         away due to a lack of adequate
                                                                                    has announced.                                                                                                                                                                    of the following requirements:                 directly to consumers.
normal produce donations to               supplies.
                                                                                       The Pennsylvania Home Heating                                                                                                                                                    Reserve a rebate by completing an              More information about the rebate
Philabundance are down by 45                “It is essential for Philabundance
                                                                                    Equipment Rebate Program could aid                                                                                                                                                online application. Residents without          program is available at Taylor’s Web
percent compared to this time last        to continue to provide a consistent
                                                                                    as many as 33,000 households with                                                                                                                                                 Internet access may call 877-592-              site at, or stop by
year. These tight market conditions       quantity and variety of fresh fruits
                                                                                    the purchase of Energy Star-rated,                                                                                                                                                2061 to make a reservation.                    one of Taylor’s district offices at 2901
are expected to remain until at least     and vegetables to families in need in
                                                                                    non-electric residential hot water                                                                                                                                                   Purchase and have a contractor              E. Thompson St. (215-425-0901),
mid-July, which means less fruits and     the Delaware Valley,” says Bill Clark,
                                                                                    heaters, furnaces and boilers. The                                                                                                                                                install a qualifying product.                  1039 E. Hunting Park Ave. (215-744-
vegetables are being distributed to       Philabundance’s president and
                                                                                    $11 million program is being funded                                                                                                                                               Purchases made before April 21 will            3009), or 4725 Richmond St. (215-
people in need of food assistance.        executive director. “The people we
                                                                                    through the American Recovery and                                                                                                                                                 not be eligible.                               744-2600).
  Sixty-five percent of the food that     reach are in communities with the
                                                                                    Reinvestment Act.                                                                                                                                                                     Submit the completed rebate
Philabundance distributes is fresh        greatest need, who have little or no
produce. Fresh For All, a Phila-          access to healthy produce. In order
bundance program that puts produce        to keep delivering healthy food
into the hands of those who need it,      choices we will need to temporarily
has 12 sites in Pennsylvania and New
Jersey and each week provides 2,500
                                          purchase produce, which we have
                                          done only during emergencies like         Cardinal Rigali to Celebrate Masses for
                                                                                    Couples Married 25, 50 Years or More
households with fruits and vegetables     this.”
that are usually too expensive for          “Donations to our Food Purchase
many families to afford. The shortage     Fund will help us buy the fruits and
means Fresh For All sites will now be     vegetables required to make up the          Cardinal Justin Rigali, Archbishop                                                                                                                                                Couples Married 25 Years and 50              the morning Mass. Couples celebrat-
limiting their offering to only one or    donation shortfall,” says Clark. “We      of Philadelphia, will celebrate Mass                                                                                                                                              Years or More (Bucks, Chester and              ing 50 or more years from Bucks,
two items, instead of the normal four     are speaking with our suppliers on a      for couples who have been married                                                                                                                                                 Delaware Counties) -- Sunday, May              Chester and Delaware Counties, as
to six- types of fruits and vegetables.   daily basis in an effort to negotiate     25 and 50 years or more. There are                                                                                                                                                2, 2010, 2:30 p.m., Cathedral                  well as couples celebrating 25 or more
  The agencies Philabundance serves,      the very best prices, and stretch our     two anniversary masses scheduled to                                                                                                                                               Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul, 18th        years of marriage from all counties
made up of food pantries, shelters,       dollars as far as they will go.”          accommodate the large number of                                                                                                                                                   Street and the Benjamin Franklin               are invited to attend the afternoon
and emergency kitchens, are also            The major cause for this decrease       couples celebrating these milestones.                                                                                                                                             Parkway.                                       Mass. The annual Mass is a prayerful
being impacted. Philabundance is          in availability is the harsh winter and     Couples Married 50 Years or More                                                                                                                                                  Couples celebrating 50 or more               celebration and tribute to family and
                                          resulting crop damage in the southern     (Philadelphia and Montgomery                                                                                                                                                      years of marriage from Philadelphia            the Sacrament of marriage. No
                                          states. Due to the lack of fresh          Counties), Sunday, May 2, 2010,                                                                                                                                                   and Montgomery Counties will attend            registration is required to attend.
                                          produce, Philabundance must               11:00 a.m., Cathedral Basilica of
                                          substitute more dry goods, which, in      Saints Peter and Paul, 18th Street and
                                          turn, is draining the inventory much
                                                                                    the Benjamin Franklin Parkway,
                                          faster than normal at a time when the     Philadelphia.                                                                                                                                                                       SHAWS AUTO
                                          recession is still generating record                                                                                                                                                                                          As per Chapter 73 of the PA Vehicle Code the following vehicles have been aban-

Sweet Sixteen
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        doned. Failure of the owner or lienholder to reclaim their car and pay all fines and
                                          numbers of families seeking relief.                                                                                                                                                                                           fees by the auction date of APRIL 27, 2010 is deemed consent by the owner to the
                                            Fruits and vegetables are typically                                                                                                                                                                                         destruction, sale or other disposition of the abandoned vehicle and all lienholders to
                                          donated from national and local food                                                                                                                                                                                          dissolution of their liens. Public auctions at 9:00 am on the date listed will be held at
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Shaw’s Auto, 4750 James St., Phila., PA. Titles will be branded “formerly aban-
                                          manufacturers, wholesalers, growers,
                                          importers, retailers, brokers and food    Attention all                                                                                                                                                                       doned.” All sales are final and cash only. Vehicle must be towed from lot.

                                                                                    Local Veterans
                                          distributors. However, while there is                                                                                                                                                                                          Make               Year       VIN #                          Date      Control
                                          still product in stock for brokers and                                                                                                                                                                                         CHEV                96        1GNDT13W0T2126602              3-2       868325
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         CHEV                97        1GNDX06E0VD139746              3-2       868324
                                          wholesalers across the country, the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         HONDA               95        JHMEG8654SS029963              3-2       868315
                                          high cost of the produce combined         To all Veterans,                                                                                                                                                                     SHANGHAI            08        L8YTCKPM58S200074              3-9       868731
                                          with the increase in fuel costs make         AmVets Post #100, located at                                                                                                                                                      NISSAN              05        1N4AL11D75C237034              3-9       868732
                                          it nearly impossible for companies to     4009 “O” Street, is looking to sign                                                                                                                                                  SATURN              00        1G8JS52F6YY609078              3-22      869946
                                          donate what they used to.                 up new members. For more                                                                                                                                                             NISSAN              00        JN1CA31D0YT536781              3-14      869207
                                            Philabundance is calling on             information, please contact Hector at
                                          the community for contributions           215-301-0491.
                                          to the Food Purchase Fund to
                                          help buy the fruits and
                                          vegetables it needs. To make a
                                          monetary donation to the Food
                                          Purchase             Fund,        visit
                                              Philabundance is the region’s                    ADVERTISE IN THE
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                                          fighting hunger and malnutrition in                   JUNIATA NEWS
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                                          900,000 low income residents.                                           The Big Philly Spring Cleanup
                                          Philabundance provides food to                              9-11-01

                                          approximately 65,000 people per            UNITED WE STAND

                                                                                         Juniata Park

      THE JUNIATA NEWS                    week, at an aggregate cost of less
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      FOR PUBLICATION ...                 Philabundance distributed 17 million
                                                                                      Tuesday, April 13
                                                                                          at 7:00 PM
                                                                                        at the Juniata Park
                                                                                         Boys & Girls Club

  BIRTHDAYS, ENGAGEMENTS,                 pounds of food in the Delaware Valley.
         WEDDINGS,                        For more information about
   GRADUATIONS & HONORS.                  Philabundance, call 215-339-0900             Make it                    cleanups were sponsored and held throughout the city.
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                                                                                                                    Councilwoman Maria Quinones-Sanchez and Mayor Michael Nutter lead the chant of “Juniata Counts” as they asked residents to return
                                                                                                                  their 2010 Census forms at Ferko Playground on Saturday. The rally was held in conjunction with the 2010 Philly Spring Clean-up in which
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City’s Census Participation Trails                                                                                       Free 1-week Computer
Large Cities & the Majority of State                                                                                     Courses for Adults at
Controller’s economic report includes census participation rates and                                                     Little Flower High School
a review of March’s low sales tax collections
                                                                                                                           Little Flower Catholic High School      Point and the Internet. Anyone
    City Controller Alan Butkovitz                                                                                       is offering free one-week courses to      interested should call Little Flower,
released his monthly economic report                                                                                     adults who have very little or no         215-455-6900, to register.
for March that found Philadelphia’s                                                                                      knowledge of computers. Classes will        Please indicate which week would
current census participation rate of                                                                                     be held in the air-conditioned lab from   be preferable: July 6th, July 12th, or
63 percent ranks eighth among the                                                                                        9:00-11:00 a.m. The course will           July 19th. Each class will be limited
top 10 populated cities.                                                                                                 include explanations, handouts and        to 15 participants. Registration will
    Even with the City’s census                                                                                          hands-on experience on programs           close May 27th.
participation rate two percent higher                                                                                    such as Microsoft Word, Excel, Power
than it was in 2000, it still trails other
large cities such as San Jose and San
Diego that top the list with 74 percent
and 70 percent, respectively.
 Phoenix, which is comparable in
population size to Philadelphia, has a
participation rate of 67 percent.

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  When compared to Pennsylvania’s
larger cities and municipalities,
Philadelphia’s 63 percent stands at
the bottom of the list along with the
City of Harrisburg.  Altoona and                                                                                                                    Your Juniata Agent!
Bethlehem top the list with 79 percent
and 77 percent, respectively.                                                                                                              1407 E. Bristol St.
 Pittsburgh ranks in the upper half with                                                                                                         Philadelphia, PA 19124
71 percent.
  Along with providing current census                                                                                                     Auto • Home • Life • Business
data, the Controller’s economic
snapshot reported the City’s sales tax

collections of $16.6 million in March
were considerably lower than                                                                                                                                                       CALL
expected.  The low collection amount
draws concern for the City’s ability to
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meet its revised year end sales tax
projection $199.8 million.
  In order to meet the sales tax
projection, the City would have to
collect just over $25 million each                                                             Juniata News File Photo
                                                                                                                                $                                                QUOTE
month for the remainder of the fiscal                                                                                      SANTIA PONS, Owner                                   Independent Broker
                                                Despite a “March to the Mailbox 2010” campaign for the           
year.  This amount wasn’t accomp-            Census, Philadelphia’s current census participation rate of 63
lished with revenues from the holiday
season, making it unlikely the City will
                                             percent ranks eighth among the top 10 populated cities. Mayor
                                             Michael Nutter is pictured above at Ferko Playground in Juniata               Tus Agentes Hispanos            (215) 533-6600
meet its projection.                         Park at a rally to encourage people to return their Census forms.

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                                                                                  St. Philip’s Youth Group Car Wash
         Senior Reports                                                           and Community Spring Flea Market
                                                                                     St. Philip’s Youth Group Car Wash        It will be held on Saturday, May 15.
                                                                                  and Community Spring Flea Market          (rain date is may 22) from 10 a.m., til
Holy Innocents Young in Spirit Club                                               ... to reserve a space call 215-485-
                                                                                  7396. Bring your own tables.
                                                                                                                            3 p.m. at Weymouth and Tioga Sts.

  April 19, 2010 – Rosemarie called       before the trip to reserve a seat.
                                                                                                                                                                         * On April 30, 1789,
the meeting to order with a Prayer                                                                                                                                    George Washington is sworn in as
                                             Anyone interested in joining our
and Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.                                                                                                                                 the first American president and
                                          Young in Spirit Club, please come on
   There were 29 members in                                                                                                                                           delivers the first inaugural speech,
                                          Monday morning at 10:30 am for
  Doorprize - Rosemarie W.
                                          Coffee and Donuts and meet new
                                          friends. Meeting starts at 12:00 noon
                                                                                  St. Nathanael’s Senior Trip                                                         at Federal Hall in New York City.
                                                                                                                                                                      Observers noted that Washington
  3/50 - Peggy D, Dot H, Dolores C.                                               St. Nathanael’s senior trip to Hilton     from St. Philip’s Church, ‘F’ and Tioga   fidgeted while he reiterated the
                                          in the Holy Innocents’ Rectory
  Lottery - Dolores C.                                                            in Atlantic City, May 17. Cost 20.00      St. For more information or to sign up    mixed emotions of anxiety and
  Dues will be raised starting May 3rd                                            per person get $25 back. Bus leaves       call Mary at 215-533-6178.                honor he felt in assuming the role
                                             Start by doing what’s necessary,
to $1.50 a week.                                                                                                                                                      of president.
                                          then what’s possible and suddenly you
  Remember in your prayers all our        are doing the impossible.
sick members.                                                                                                                                                            * On April 28, 1897,
    Please pray also for all of our                                                                                                                                   the Chickasaw and Choctaw, two
                                                             Peggy DeLuca
members who are in Nursing homes.
  Upcoming casino trips: All trips cost
                                                                                  CDA Court Rose Cecilia                                                              of the Five Civilized Tribes, become
                                                                                                                                                                      the first to agree to abolish tribal
$18.00 – Non-refundable deposit.                                                                                                                                      government and communal
                                                                                       Catholic Daughters Court Rose        215-535-4512. You can also buy            ownership of land. The other tribes
   The Trump Plaza – Sunday, May 2,                                               Cecilia 1641’s next meeting will be       them from any member of Court Rose
2010. $25.00 slot play & $5.00 Food                                                                                                                                   soon followed, finally throwing

                                          Jolly 050 Club
                                                                                  May 3 at 2:00 pm in the Rectory           Cecilia #1641 Catholic Daughters.         open all of Indian Territory to white
Voucher.                                                                          basement. At that time the members        This money is used for our many
 Anyone interested in going on our                                                                                                                                    settlement.
                                                                                  will be selling 2-10 tickets for $20.00   charities.
Casino Trip see Peggy D. on Monday         There was no meeting last week of      for our annual fund raiser. The first      Nominations for new court members
morning between 10:30 am until            the Jolly 050 Club. We will see you                                                                                           * On May 1, 1926, Ford
                                                                                  drawing is on Sunday, May 3, at 2:00      will be selected. Please be sure to       Motor Company becomes one of
11:45 am at Holy Innocents Rectory        this Wednesday at 12 noon at the        pm in the rectory basement. The           attend this important meeting.
basement. Call Peggy at 215-535-          Juniata Park Boys and Girls Club.                                                                                           the first companies in America to
                                                                                  second drawing will be on June 6.                    Peggy Guckin, Regent           adopt a five-day, 40-hour week for
4512 if you would like to attend our                                              Anyone wishing to buy tickets can call           Peggy DeLuca, Secretary
trips. All trips must be paid the week                        Marie Magras                                                                                            workers. Manufacturers all over
                                                                                  Peggy Guckin or Peggy DeLuca at                            Catholic Daughters       the country soon followed Ford’s
                                                                                                                                         Rose Cecilia Court 1641      lead, and the Monday-to-Friday
                                                                                                                                                                      workweek became standard

                                                                                                                                                                         * On May 2, 1933, the
                                                                                   Join the Juniata                                 HELP THE                          modern legend of the Loch Ness
                                                                                                                                                                      Monster is born when a sighting
                                                                                   Park Town Watch                               NEIGHBORHOOD!                        makes local news in the Scottish
                                                                                    The Juniata Park Town Watch is           To join future efforts of the            Highlands. The Inverness Courier
                                                                                   seeking volunteers to help patrol          Juniata Action Committee,               newspaper related an account of a
                                                                                   the neighborhood. If you have                          call                        local couple who claimed to have
                                                                                   some free time that you can                                                        seen “an enormous animal rolling
                                                                                   dedicate to helping your                        267-205-1452
                                                                                   neighborhood, or have ideas for                       or email                     and plunging on the surface.”
                                                                                   the Town Watch, please call 215-                                                   Scholars of the Loch Ness Monster
                                             WED. thru SAT.                        289-4412.                                                                          find a dozen references to “Nessie”
                                           9:00 AM to 4:00 PM                                                                                                         in Scottish history, dating back to
                                                                                                                                                                      around 500 A.D.

                                                                                                                                                                         * On April 26, 1954,
                                                                                                                                                                      the Salk polio vaccine field trials,
                                                                                                                                                                      involving 1.8 million children, begin
                                                                                                                                                                      in McLean, Va. On Apr. 12, 1955,
                                                                                                                                                                      researchers announced the
                                                                                                                                                                      vaccine was safe and effective,
                                                                                                                                                                      and it quickly became a standard
                                                                                                                                                                      part of childhood immunizations in

                                                                                                      DONNA LEE JONES                                                    * On April 27, 1963,
                                                                                                                                                                      Margaret Annemarie Battavio’s
                                                                                                                                                                      very first single, “I Will Follow Him,”
                                                                                                                     • Medical Malpractice                            reached No. 1 on the U.S. pop
                                                                                                                                                                      charts. The 15-year-old singer,
                                                                                                                     • Products Liability
                                                                                                                                                                      better known as Little Peggy
                                                                                                                     • Construction Site Accidents                    March, became the youngest
                                                                                                                     • Motor Vehicle Accidents                        female performer ever to top the
                                                                                                                     • Slip and Fall Injuries                         Billboard Hot 100.

                                                                                                                                                                         * On April 29, 1986,
                                                                                                                                                                      in a game against the Seattle
                                                                                       52nd Floor
                                                                                                                                                                      Mariners at Fenway Park, Roger
                                                                                                                                                                      Clemens of the Boston Red Sox
      Proudly serving Frankford and Juniata for 120 Years                                                                                                             becomes the first pitcher in Major
                                                                                                                                                                      League Baseball to strike out 20
                                                                                                                                                                      batters in a nine-inning game. Ten
                                                                                                                                                                      years later, Clemens repeated the
                                                                                                                                                                      feat, the only player in baseball
                                                                                                                                                                      history to do so.
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Can You Answer This?
          By Kate Clarke                                                                                                      able to do so.                               It’s believed that after the brutal

                                              9-1-1 Failure on
                                                                                                                               The party house is empty, the             beating and loss of Eddie Polec, when
  Although it’s been over two weeks                                                                                           occupants of it have been evicted and      the 9-1-1 system failed, conditions
since that horrible night on the 4100                                                                                         have moved on to cause havoc               where put into place to prevent such
block of Glendale Street, when a
group of disruptive partygoers almost
beat Haron Elbridge, the Block Captain
                                           Glendale Street Leads                                                              elsewhere, but for Haron Elbridge and
                                                                                                                              the residents of the 4100 block of
                                                                                                                              Glendale Street, the nightmare of that
                                                                                                                                                                         incidents from happening again.
                                                                                                                                                                         These conditions have failed. 9-1-1
                                                                                                                                                                         has failed. As one neighbor who
to within an 1" of death, many
questions still remain unanswered for
the residents of this block. These
                                            to Many Questions                                                                 night is still fresh in their minds. Mr.
                                                                                                                              Elbridge was not available to speak
                                                                                                                              with regarding this night. Leading to
                                                                                                                                                                         attended the Town Hall Meeting asked,
                                                                                                                                                                         what can we do?              Who is
                                                                                                                                                                         accountable? They want answers and
residents are at their wits end to                                                                                            more questions, is he okay? Have           so do the other residents of the
understand what went wrong with a                                                                                             things gotten worse for his health?        Juniata community and the residents
system that is supposed to help them,       Mr. Elbridge told the group of how       of that April 10th night and get them    Has he been further threatened? The        of the City of Philadelphia, why does
not hinder them.                          he called the 9-1-1 system regarding       their answers. Among their questions:    residents are living in fear and have      9-1-1 fail us.
  At a recent meeting of the Juniata      the loud music and disruptive                Why did the system fail? Why after     been threatened. The block has been
Park Civic Association these residents    behavior of these partygoers and how       so many calls, didn’t someone realize    put on the 24th District’s Roll Call.               Answer this!
came to voice their frustration on how    he had tried to work to get this under     and put it together? Why weren’t the
the 9-1-1 system failed. As Haron         control. Unfortunately, for his efforts,   residents of the block who witnessed
Elbridge laid in a hospital bed at        Mr. Elbridge was not rewarded with         the attack, not questioned? Why did
Temple University Hospital, Sgt.          cooperation from the party house, but      detectives wait until the following

                                                                                                                                     25             00
Corson of the 24th Police District and    instead the partygoers choked and          Wednesday to question the
Officer Tina Willis, Community            stabbed him, breaking his left hand
                                          and causing his eye to drop. As Mr.
                                                                                     residents? Why wasn’t the video tape
                                                                                     from the store on the corner secured
                                                                                                                                                    OFF TRANSMISSION
Relations Officer tried to answer their
questions and alleviate their             Elbridge told his story and showed his     by the police? Why was a Homeland
frustrations. Unfortunately, the          wounds, one saw the tears in his eyes      Security vehicle sent? Why did the
neighbors felt unfulfilled. Both Sgt.     and those listening to him and seeing      foot patrol just pass Mr. Elbridge by?          • Domestic or Foreign • For Internal Repair
Corson and Officer Willis invited these   his pain could only cry along with him     Why must these homeowners live in          • Must present this coupon after getting our already low price
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Davidson’s 24th District Town Hall          As Mr. Elbridge laid on the ground       done about this? And who should be
Meeting.                                  bleeding after being beaten (with his      held accountable? Also, why was the
  Last Tuesday evening, April 20th, 10
days after the incident when the
                                          wife and young son witnessing this
                                          attack), he spoke of how two foot
                                                                                     person(s) who were identified at the
                                                                                     time let go? But repeatedly, the             3631 KENSINGTON AVE.
9-1-1 system failed these residents,      patrol officers passed him by. When        question in the room, why did the                            (2 BLOCKS SOUTH OF CASTOR)
approximately 25 of them showed up        he was finally able to get medical         SYSTEM FAIL? As of this writing,
at the Town Hall Meeting of the 24th
Police District to get their answers.
                                          help, he had to walk to the emergency
                                          vehicle which was parked around the
                                                                                     questions are still unanswered.
                                                                                       Captain Davidson stated that he was                     (215) 744-9696
Many believed that representatives of     corner to get treatment and to be          meeting with the Captain of the
the 9-1-1 system would be there to        transported to the Hospital.
                                             The group that assembled at the
                                                                                     Detectives, the following morning to
                                                                                     get answers. During the meeting,
tell them what had happened and why
after repeated calls to the system, it
failed them. Among these residents
                                          Town Hall Meeting want to know why
                                          the system failed and came to get
                                                                                     residents who had witnessed the
                                                                                     attack and what transpired that night
was Mr. Elbridge. 9-1-1 wasn’t in the
                                          their answers. Captain Davidson was
                                          trying to piece together the incidents
                                                                                     and who had not previously given their
                                                                                     statement to the detectives where
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Heart goes out to
beaten Block Captain
  My heart goes out to the man who       nothing was done because my
was beaten on the 4100 block of          Grandson did not have any witnesses
Glendale Street.                         to the attack, even with a swollen face
  Here is a person who was trying to     and damaged eye.
do the right things and he was beaten      These men think they own the City
for his effort. May God Bless him and    and they only think with their firsts,
his family.                              guns or knives. They don’t use their
  We also had almost the same kind       brain.
of incident. My son had just come           I’m so sorry this man had to go
home from the hospital where he had      through this, but I thank God that his
Cancer Surgery. He was trying to rest    life was not taken away from him.
and outside of his home there was        These people who attack another
loud music and honking of a car horn.    human being are not human … they
My grandson saw how this was             are animals who get their fun out of
affecting his Dad, so he went out and    beating up human beings. May God
tried talking to the offender. The man   have mercy on all of us. God Bless
just hauled off and hit my grandson in   you.
the face, knocking him to the ground                      Love & Prayers from
and, yes, the police were called but                              Mary Miller
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   Having spent my formative years                                                      date…$190.                                 will have a window of opportunity to       delinquencies as of June 30, 2009. It
among the fields and farms of                                                                                                      pay their back taxes without penalties     is intended to generate $190 million
Lancaster County; even though a city                                                       It wonders me just how come             and only half of the interest, accord-     toward balancing the current state
boy; I nonetheless was exposed to the                                                   the local police representatives can       ing to state Sen. Mike Stack.              budget, according to the Pennsylvania
good Amish and Dutch folks when                   The Kensington Beat                   come out to the various community             “This is a unique opportunity for       Department of Revenue.
accompanying mom to the market on                                                       group meetings and preach—                 individuals and businesses to pay their        Starting April 26, taxpayers can
Saturdays. There was also an Amish                                                      paternalistically—about just what we       delinquent taxes without penalty and       access the Tax Amnesty application
meat seller who used to come through                                                    “need” to do to help combat crime;         for the state to generate some much-       at Paper
the neighborhood in a horse and                   It wonders me why politicians         yet, when we do that, no one shows         needed revenue,” Stack said. “I urge       applications are not available.
wagon, so I had a fair amount of              and their corporate bedfellows decry      up?                                        delinquent taxpayers to take                 For more information, call 1-877-
exposure to the so-called                     the lack of education—and an              (The recent stabbing of a Juniata          advantage of this window of                34-PAYUP (1-877-347-2987) from
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title up there roughly translates to “it      item that reaches the budget              here).                                        The Pennsylvania Tax Amnesty            from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays
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matter-topic for this week…it                 comes…is education; and public               In addition, it wonders me just         April 26 and June 18, is available to
wonders me.                                   libraries, and after school programs,     how long will the City of Philadelphia
                                              and parks and recreation, and             continue losing millions upon millions
  For instance, it wonders me why             funding for day care?                     of dollars in tax revenue to this stupid

the government dictates that I use a                                                    “tax abatement” program; which only
seat belt while driving my car—                  It wonders me how millions of          benefits the power elite and
ostensibly for self-protection—yet that       homeowners find themselves sinking        connected...while you and I—the little
same government allows Wall Street            alone in the corporate induced            guy—are once again going to get hit

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  It wonders me why health and life
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Polish Constitution Day                                                                                            24th District Police
  As the world’s Polonia marks the
219th Anniversary of Poland’s
                                          Polish Language School, Sloneczniki
                                          Children’s Folk Dance Group and the
                                                                                                                     Crime Report
May 3, 1791 Constitution, the             P.K.M. Polish Folk Dancers. Everyone                                                                                          threw a plastic trash can at him,
                                                                                      40xx G ST. – Complainant states         transported to Hahnemann Hospital
second oldest Democratic Constitut-       is invited. Admission is free. Info                                                                                           punched and cut him in the face with
                                                                                    that between April 20 at 6 pm and         to be treated for injuries. The alleged
ion in the world, you are invited to      (215) 739-3408.                                                                                                               an unknown object. Offenders then
                                                                                    April 21 at 4 pm an unknown person        offender, Ronald Simmons, 26, was
attend the events taking place in                                                                                                                                       took complainant’s cell phone.
                                                                                    broke the driver’s & passenger’s front    apprehended on the 1200 block of
Philadelphia and Southeastern             Delaware County, PA                       window and took a radio, CD radio,        Adams Ave.
Pennsylvania.                             Monday, May 3, 9:30 A.M.                                                                                                        43xx MALTA ST. -- Complainant
                                                                                    amp, speaker and plasma TV. The rear
                                              Commemorative Program,                                                                                                    states on April 24 at approx. 10:40
                                                                                    compartment door was busted and                35xx KENSINGTON AVE. –
Historic Philadelphia, PA                 sponsored by the Council of the                                                                                               am he heard glass break, looked out
                                                                                    refrigerator door was broken.             Complainant states on April 20 at
Saturday, May 1, 2010, 2 P.M.             United Polish Societies, Chester, PA,                                                                                         the window and observed a man
                                                                                                                              7:25 pm, while sitting on the
   The Polish American Congress,          takes place at the Historical 1724                                                                                            reaching into his car. Witness also
                                                                                       34xx ARAMINGO AVE. – April             eastbound El Train on the internet on
Eastern Pennsylvania District, will       Court House, Avenue of the States,                                                                                            observed the offender. Upon police
                                                                                    22 — Complainant states she               her cellphone, a group of juveniles
mark the 219th Anniversary of             Chester, PA. Guest Speaker: Msgr.                                                                                             arrival, offender was id’d and as a
                                                                                    observed a male pass all points of sale   snatched her phone and exited the
Poland’s May 3, 1791 Consti-              John Jagodzinski. Admission is free.                                                                                          result of a search, an IPOD was
                                                                                    at Toys R Us without paying for 3         train, fleeing the area.
tution, at the Polish American            Everyone is invited! Info (610) 494-                                                                                          recovered and the offender, Zachary
                                                                                    digital cameras and 1 light. Items
Cultural Center, 308 Walnut               5675.                                                                                                                         Kane, 23, was arrested.
                                                                                    were recovered by the store and the          35xx ARAMINGO AVE. – April
Street, in historic Philadelphia, PA.
                                                                                    offender, a 24 year old man, was          19 – 12:40 am – Police responded
Following the 2:00 P.M. Program,                                                                                                                                           44xx MALTA ST. -- Complainant
                                                                                    arrested.                                 to radio call of a burglar alarm at In
refreshments will be served.               Contact your                                                                       and Out Steaks. Upon arriving on the      states vehicle was parked between 1
Admission is free. Everyone is invited.    Representatives                             27xx CASTOR AVE. – On April            location, front door glass was            am and 8:55 am on April 23, 2010.
For additional information, call 215-                                                                                                                                   She noticed passenger side door open
                                                                                    20 at 8:48 pm, Loss Prevention            smashed open. Alarm was sounding.
739-3408.                                    State Representative                   Officer at Target observed offender       The offender fled the area. Keyholder     with several items missing, including
                                                  John Taylor                       remove price tags from various items,     states no items were taken.               an I-POD, Bluetooth, and CDs.
Doylestown, PA
                                                 (215) 744-3009                     place them into her personal bag, and
Sunday, May 2, 2010                                                                                                                                                       11xx E. HUNTING PARK AVE. --
                                                                                    pass all points of sales. Items were         35xx JASPER ST. – Complainant
   Polish Constitution Day Observ-           State Representative                                                                                                       Complainant states on April 19
                                                                                    receovered and returned to the store.     states he left his residence at 11:00
ance, sponsored by the Polish                                                                                                                                           between 2:30 am and 8 am an
American Congress, Eastern Pennsyl-               Angel Cruz                        A 38 year old female was arrested.        pm on April 18 and when returning
                                                (215) 291-5643                                                                from the store at 11:20 pm, found his     unknown person took items from his
vania District, takes place at the                                                                                                                                      vehicle, including the driver-side door
                                                                                        VENANGO & JASPER STS. –               front door damages by unknown
National Shrine of Our Lady of                                                                                                                                          mirror and 4-Cadillac Center Wheel
                                            City Councilwoman                       April 20 – 3:23 am – Police responded     person kicking it in. Taken from the
Czestochowa in Doylestown,                                                                                                                                              Pieces.
                                                                                    to person screaming at 19xx E.            location was 3-Samurai swords, book
PA. beginning with a Mass at 12:30        Maria Quinones Sanchez
                                                                                    Venango St. Upon arriving on location     shelf, and an HP Computer.
P.M. and a Youth Day Program                   (215) 686-3448                       complainant was on the ground                                                          31xx FRANKFORD AVE. -- April
at 2:30 P.M. in the Shrine’s Visitors                                                                                                                                   23 -- Complainant states he observed
                                                                                    crying, stating her boyfriend had beat      40xx HOWLAND ST. -- On April
Center. Featured will be performances             Congressman                       her with an unknown object.               25 at 9:15 PM, complainant states         a man conceal items in his short and
by Adam Mickiewicz Polish Language                 Robert Brady                                                                                                         pass all points of sale at Family Dollar.
                                                                                    Complainant had a cut to her forehead     several unknown, approximately 4-5
School, Our Lady of Czestochowa
                                                  (215) 389-4627                    and bloody nose. Complainant was          males, approached him. Offenders          51 year old male was arrested.
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Kensington is Making a Plan ....
             by Frank Pitz                from the meeting was just a block or            Culbertson, citing a specific
                                          so from meeting site.                       example, mentioned the warehouse
    It was a short meeting for the          So, while the fight against crime         at “H” and Westmoreland that was
Kensington Independent Civic              will always continue there were some        gutted by fire in June 2007. “Prior
Association (KICA) meeting at             good things going on at the meeting         to the fire we had been actively
Ascension Church last week. Not that      this night. Impact Services Corporat-       pursuing development of this
it was intentionally cut short, but the   ion representatives were on hand to         factory for senior housing. After the
usual high spot of these meetings is      continue their gathering of inform-         fire and the razing of the building,
the District Police updates and on this   ation from residents regarding an           the City of Philadelphia acquired the
night that was not to be as Lt Abel       updated Heart of Kensington Plan            site on behalf of Impact and we have
from the 25th District was summoned       (HOK). The plan is entering its 6th         partnered with Presbyterian Homes
out on a police matter and officers       year of assisting and enabling              (a major provider and manager of
from the 24th were also busy.             residents to make change in the             housing for seniors) to create 59
  Marnie Loughrey, President of KICA,     community.                                  units of senior housing at that site.”
did have some good news though and             Steve Culbertson, Impact’s               Impact’s Director of Community
that was that police calls in the         Director of Housing spoke to some           Development, Phyllis Martino was
neighborhood were down significantly.     of those changes that have happened         also on hand to talk about some of
Adding to that good news was the fact     over the past five years. “We’ve            the more positive happenings of the
that there were no reports of stolen      raised a lot of money and have              HOK. “Last year we had 15 play
cars throughout the reporting period.     invested in the neighborhood.               streets throughout the neighbor-
Unfortunately though, on this day, a      Working towards razing [or                  hood and so far this year we have
pharmacy at Castor and Erie was held      retrofitting] abandoned factories and       13 signed up to participate. The
up, and the call that pulled Lt. Abel     creating housing.”                          children who participate are given
                                                                                      lunch and a snack and this is
                                                                                      through the City of Philadelphia’s
                                                                                      Summer Food Service Program.
                                                                                        “This year we are hoping to have
                                                                                      15 to 20 college students come in
                                                                                      and assist in the play street

                                                                                         For more information on the
                                                                                      play street program and how
                                                                                      you can apply for a program
                                                                                      on your street call Awilda
                                                                                      Ocasio at Impact Services
                                                                                      215 739-1600 ext 123.                                                                                   Photo: Frank Pitz
                                                                                                                                          Marnie Aument-Loughrey, President of KICA

                                                                  Photo: Frank Pitz
         Steve Culbertson, Impact Services Housing Director

           JUNIATA NEWS                                                  2010

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                                                                                                                                                                                             Photo: Frank Pitz
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“AIDA” Comes to Cardinal Dougherty as the high
school performs the last Musical in its History
                                        Radames becomes attracted to Aida,      ed, added sparkle and pleasure to the
   The Cardinal Dougherty Theatre
                                        a love triangle is created, and from    musical presentat-ions. The clever
Society presented, “AIDA”, a musical
                                        this develops the other subplots that   choreography, generated by
play created by Elton John and Tim
                                        maintain a strong story line. The       enthusiastic dancers, heightened the

Rice and based on the opera by the
                                        performers, well-trained, and hard-     involvement of the audience in the
same name. The four performances
                                        working, made very happy their          events as they occurred. All in all,
thrilled the audiences with the
                                                                                the show gave great joy to each of

intricate plots, splendid acting,       director and producer Miss Melissa
                                        Brubaker and Mrs.Marie Rogai.           the audiences who responded with
delightful music, and contagious
                                             The musical score supports the     spontaneous applauses throughout
excitement. The story begins as
                                        story events and keeps the audience     each performance.
Radames, an Egyptian, returns from                                                                                                                                   now has a
                                        focused on the feelings and reactions        In addition to the Director and
the war with Nubia bringing with him
many female Nubian slaves. Unknown      of each of the characters. The voices   Producer mentioned above, credit
                                                                                goes to: Music Director, Mr. Mario
to Radames, the Nubian princess,        of the lovers blended remarkably well
Aida is among the group. The Egyptian   and the many performers sang            Marzullo ’97, Choreographer, Mrs.                                                    on Staff!
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Can God Be Enough?
  Last December CNN released a very
troubling poll. It compared the
amount of optimism that the
American people had in 1999 with
                                                                From the Pastor’s Pen
what they had at the end of 2009. In
1999 85% of Americans had                                     By Rev. David
confidence that their futures would                           Bethel Chapel Church
be good, and 68% said they thought                                    Corner of “K” & Lycoming Streets
the world would get better. The latest
poll, however, said that only 69% of
Americans were hopeful about their       time spent together with family.”         “God with us” (Emmanuel), and He
futures, and only 51% expressed          Technology is great and can be            experienced the same weaknesses
optimism about the world’s future.       helpful—and even fun—but it cannot        that we have (Hebrews 4:14-16).
   We have been though a lot since       replace that longing to be loved and      Jesus really does understand us.
1999. The 9-11 terrorist attack          accepted by a real person.                   It’s also important to understand
happened, of course. We have                Primarily, we long to be loved by      that Jesus treats His own tenderly and
experienced a huge downturn in the       those closest to us. That conjures up     personally. Christ’s followers are not
economy, resulting in double-digit       the image of the ideal family. We can     just another “number” to Him. Jesus
unemployment. The government has         easily visualize a loving and accepting   said, “I am the good shepherd, and I
gotten so large that it has taken over   family, sitting around a fireplace,       know My own and My own know Me”
much of the private sector. Natural      eating popcorn and exchanging             (John 10:14). Since Jesus gave His
disasters, like hurricane Katrina, and   humorous stories. The problem is that     life for His sheep (John 10:15) when
more recent problems like                the reality of the average family         He died on the Cross, then we can
earthquakes in Haiti and Chile, and      quickly bursts that bubble. Families      know without any doubt that Jesus
the volcanic eruption in Iceland are     are more often characterized by           loves His own. That means that when
enough to frighten anyone. Is it any     fighting, anger, and selfishness.         we give our lives to Jesus Christ, we
wonder we are less hopeful?                Then where, you may ask, can we         have the God of the universe as our
   I believe that life’s uncertainties   find a satisfying relationship with a     personal friend. “If God is for us, who
create a yearning in the human heart     real person? I’m glad you asked,          is against us? He who did not spare
for better relationships. Another        because I know that Jesus can fill that   His own Son, but delivered Him over
survey proves this. When teenagers       desire for a real, loving relationship.   for us all, how will He not also with
were asked what they wished for in                                                                                                                                        “It’s Complicated” (R) — Meryl
                                         Before that can happen, though, we        Him freely give us all things? Who
order to have a better life, 14% said                                                                                                                                  Streep, Steve Martin and Alec
                                         need to realize that Jesus is more than   will bring a charge against God’s
they wanted a “bigger house,” 27%                                                                                                                                      Baldwin star in this romcom for the
                                         a distant, powerful God (see              elect? God is the one who justifies”
said they wanted “more money to buy                                                                                                                                    middle-agers. Like most romantic
                                         Colossians 1:13-17; Hebrews 1:1-3)        (Romans 8:31–33).
items such as televisions and cars,”                                                                                                                                   comedies, the plot is a bit thin, but
                                         He also became a man, a person, just          That’s how we can be sure that
and 46% said they longed for “more                                                                                                                                     the performances of the actors
                                         like you and me. Jesus was called         having God is enough. He is enough
                                                                                                                                                                       elevate the film to something better
                                                                                   for every need we may ever have.
                                                                                                                                                                       than it could’ve been. Streep plays
                                                                                   David said, “If my father and mother
                                                                                                                                                                       Jane, a divorcee who becomes
                                                                                   leave me, the Lord will take me in”              PICKS OF THE WEEK
                                                                                                                                                                       engulfed in a love triangle between
                                                                                   (Psalm 27:10). As one person put it,          “The Imaginarium of Doctor
                                                                                                                                                                       herself, her current beau (Steve
                                                                                   “When you have nothing left but God,      Parnassus” (PG-13) — Despite
                                                                                                                                                                       Martin) and her ex (the always
                                                                                   then you become aware that God is         losing one of his major players (Heath
                                                                                                                                                                       awesome Alec Baldwin).
                                                                                   enough” (Maude Royden). The Lord          Ledger), director Terry Gilliam has
                                                                                   has promised to supply our needs          managed to create another magical
                                                                                                                                                                            “Pride & Prejudice” (The
                                                                                   (Philippians 4:19), forgive our every     film to add to his impressive list of
                                                                                                                                                                       Restored Edition) (Unrated) —
                                                                                   sin, (1 John 1:9), and be our closest     modern classics (“Brazil,” “12
                                                                                                                                                                       Considered by many to be the
                                                                                   friend (John 15:14-15). What more         Monkeys,” “Time Bandits” and “The
                                                                                                                                                                       definitive adaptation of Jane Austin’s
                                                                                   could we ask!! When Jesus is our          Fisher King”).
                                                                                                                                                                       Regency Era romance, this 1995 BBC
                                                                                   treasure, then Jesus is our friend. As       The film tells the story of Doctor
                                                                                                                                                                       miniseries starring Colin Firth as the
                                                                                   C. S. Lewis put it, “He who has God       Parnassus (Christopher Plummer)
                                                                                                                                                                       mysterious Mr. Darcy and Jennifer
                                                                                   and many other things has no more         who, thousands of years ago, makes
                                                                                                                                                                       Ehle as the headstrong Elizabeth
                                                                                   than he who has God alone.”               a deal with the Devil/Mr. Nick (Tom
                                                                                                                                                                       Bennet is finally receiving the proper
                                                                                                                             Waits in a stellar performance) to gain
                                                                                                                                                                       DVD release it deserves.
                                                                                                                             immortality. Flash-forward a few
                                                                                                                             hundred years and Dr. P meets a
                                                                                                                                                                         “Why We Laugh” (Unrated) — This
                                                                                                                             woman, falls in love and makes
                                                                                                                                                                       is one of those documentaries that
                                                                                                                             another deal with Mr. Nick: He will
                                                                                                                                                                       sort of flew under the radar, but is
                                                                                                                             give up being immortal in exchange
                                                                                     Contact your                            for youth (so he can woo his one true
                                                                                                                                                                       definitely worth a look. From minstrel
                                                                                                                                                                       shows to Stepin Fetchit, Amos & Andy
                                                                                     Representatives                         love). In exchange for youth, Mr. Nick
                                                                                                                                                                       to Bill Cosby, Dick Gregory, Richard
                                                                                                                             demands that when Parnassus’
                                                                                                                                                                       Pryor and Chris Rock, “Why We
                                                                                                                             daughter Valentina (the scrumptious
                                                                                      State Representative                                                             Laugh” is a celebration of the
                                                                                                                             Lily Cole) turns 16, she will become
                                                                                                                                                                       evolution of black comedy in America
                                                                                           John Taylor                                                                 as told by black comedians. Definitely
                                                                                          (215) 744-3009                                                               worth a look.
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                                                                                            Angel Cruz                                                                   * “Survivors” Complete Original
                                                                                          (215) 291-5643                                                               Series 1975-1977
                                                                                                                                                                         * “Rita Rocks” The Complete
                                                                                      City Councilwoman                                                                Season One
                                                                                    Maria Quinones Sanchez                                                               * “Ghost Hunters” Season Five, Part
                                                                                         (215) 686-3448                      Lily Cole in “The Imaginarium             Two
                                                                                                                                  of Doctor Parnassus”                   * “Last of the Summer Wine”
                 Children’s Club                                 7:00 PM
                                                                                           Congressman                                                                 Vintage 1982-1983
  Friday         Teen Group                                      8:30 PM                                                     the property of Mr. Nick.                   * “Tales From the Darkside” Season
                                                                                            Robert Brady                       When Mr. Nick arrives on the eve        Three
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                                                                                                                             Parnassus makes another deal with         “G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero”
   Ladies’ Fellowship, Home Bible Studies, Prayer                                           State Senator                    the devil in the hopes of saving his      Season Two
   Breakfasts, Special Conferences, Picnics, Vacation                                     Tina Tartaglione                   daughter from a dark fate: The first        * “Murphy’s Law” Series 2
   Bible School, Retreats, etc.                                                            (215) 533-0440                    man to seduce five souls will gain
                                                                                                                             possession of the girl.                        (c) 2010 King Features Synd., Inc.
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                                                                                                                                    Answers to Puzzles on
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                                                                                    Customer service and care in today’s retail pharmacy are in need
                         With John Blaker                                           of a change that will bring back the good old days. The days when
                                                                                    the pharmacist was a true member of the community, providing
Some Summer Musicals                                                                personalized service that included sincere care, knowledgeable
                                                                                    advice on medications and products at an affordable price.
and Comedies
  BRISTOL RIVERSIDE THEATRE,              “Phantom of the Opera,” “The Wiz,”        We, at Pharmacy of
BRISTOL, opens May 4-23 rd with           “Mamma Mia,” “Rent,” “The Lion
David Shire and Richard Maltby Jr.        King,” “Aida,” and more                   America, are committed
“Closer than Ever” winner of the 1989        Tickets 215-785-0100 on line           to bring our valued
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is an intimate, insightful tale about
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holding onto them in a world that pulls   Paradise, sets the stage from May 4       and independent
people in a hundred directions at         thru July 31 with Alan Ayckbourn’s        pharmacies....
once. The songs have sensibility          comedy “How the Other Half Loves.”
about aging, mid-life crisis, second      A casual drink with the boss’s wife       We promise to provide
marriages, parental role reversals,       sets off the alarm bells for a young      our customers product
wicked satirical jabs at Muzak,           husband’s overly suspicious missus.       selection with variety,
working couples, and unrequited love.     Unfortunately the boss hasn’t got a
    They have also announced their        clue, and when he does, he upsets         value, consistency and
summer musical series beginning with      the delicate balance and causes           convenience while main-
“Too Darn Hot” an evening with Cole       hilarious chaos. As the say, never mix    taining a superior level
Porter and Friends starring Keith         business with pleasure unless you’re
Spencer. It’s sophisticated, clever       prepared for the consequences. But,       of personalized service
and complex - with the songs they         don’t worry it all works out in the end   and care.
have chosen for their opening show        and know one gets hurt, but they all
of their summer series.                   get what they deserve. Knowing
  From July 15-25th. “Journeys of the     Rainbow this is going to be a belly        You are always welcome
Night” the intimacy of the cabaret        laugher!                                    to experience the best
comes to BRT stage in an intensely            Tickets 1-800-292-4301 on line        pharmacy service and care.
personal evening of songs and stories
as they connect the emotional
feelings between the artists and you.                                               It’s Pharmacy of America’s
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                                                                                 10 Decorator                          date. The following Clean Block
                                                                                                                       Officers should be called for the
                                                                                 Colors                                corresponding Police District:

                                              Payment                                                                     * Joseph Miranda, 24 th Police
                                                                                                                       District, 215-685-3987
                                                                                                                          * Sandra Miranda, 25th Police

      3 ROOMS of MODERN
                                                   Until                         3 ROOMS of TEXTURE
                                                                                                                       District, 215-685-3985

                                                July 2010
                                                                                                                        Some things you should know about
        BERBER STYLE                                                               SAXONY PLUSH                        Clean Block Events:

                                                                                                                          • All debris should be bagged and
     Your Choice of                                                              Your Choice of

                       597*                                                                       697*
                                              20% Down Payment                                                         placed at either end of the block to
     12 Decorator
                    $                         with Credit Approval
                                                                                 9 Decorator
                                                                                               $                       facilitate collection.
                                                                                                                          • No bulk or household trash will
                                                                                                                       be collected during the Saturday
                                                                                                                       Clean-Up Program.
                                                                                                                          • Do not sweep trash or dirt into
                                                                                                                          • Streets should not be blocked

                      “The Carpet People Who Care”
                                                                                                                       off with parked cars during cleaning.

                                                                                                                        PMBC is entering its 65th year of an
                                                                                                                       urban environmental partnership that
                        “Don’t be Fooled” If you buy carpet from another store or                                      continues to promote civic pride,
                                                                                                                       public safety, and neighborhood
                      shop at home, you won’t get a better deal ... We Guarantee It.                                   empowerment among Block Captains,
                                                                                                                       Community Group Leaders, and their
                           - FAMILY OWNED & OPERATED SINCE 1970 - 3 GENERATIONS -                                      units.
                                                                                                                         PMBC’s Clean Block Officers are
                                                                                                                       ready to assist organized block and
                                                                                                                       community groups with scheduled
                                                                                                                       cleaning activities. The Officers act

                       FREE SHOP-AT-HOME
                                                                                                                       as liaisons between citizens and city
                                                                                                                       government in an effort to provide
                                                                                                                       departmental resource materials
                                                                                                                       regarding information and services

                    (215) 425-9700 SEE SAMPLES IN
                                                                                                                       relating to block cleanliness and
                                                                                                                       block beautification. PMBC Officers
                                     YOUR HOME                                                                         distribute the following items:

                                Adams Carpet Centers
                                                                                                                          *Block captain I.D. (identification)
                                                                                                                          *The committee’s Block Captain
                                                                                                                          *Materials for Saturday clean-ups
                  KENSINGTON                         BENSALEM                           ROXBOROUGH                     (April through September)
                                                                                                                          *Information about Clean Block
                                                                                                                       awards and prizes
                 2850 Emerald St.                  2066 Street Rd.                       6604 Ridge Ave.                  *Attend block club and community
                 (1 block West of Frankford)           Bensalem Plaza                         (next to Wawa)           meetings upon request
                                                                                                                          Blocks who wish to organize and
                215-425-9700 215-245-4400 215-482-3400                                                                 elect a Block Captain, and blocks that
                                                                                                                       wish to revitalize an inactive block
                    HOURS: Mon. - Fri. 10-5            HOURS: Mon. - Fri. 10-8               HOURS: Mon. - Fri. 10-8   club, should contact the Philadelphia
                    Sat. 10-3. Sun. Closed              Sat. 10-5, Sun. 12-4                  Sat. 10-5, Sun. 11-3     More Beautiful Committee at (215)
                                                                                                                       685-3981. Upon request, the Clean
                        NO INTEREST FINANCING AVAILABLE                            Block Officer for your area will come
                                                                                                                       out to help organize the block.
JUNIATA NEWS, TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 2010                                            215-435-3909                                                                                                            Page 15

Ferko Playground Summer Camp 2010 & Activities Piccoli
        Ferko Playground
       1101 E.Cayuga St.
                                          C.) Ferko’s 8 week Camp: from
                                          June 28 th through August 20 th
                                                                                      Days” on some of the days the
                                                                                      schools are closed. Every day
                                                                                                                                  part of Ferko Playground and Juniata
                                                                                                                                  Park for over 15 years. Classes meet
        Phila. PA 19124                   9:00- 3:00 everyday                         includes homework help, arts &              on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday           *Summer Camp
         215-685-1224                       a. Includes everything in package         crafts, sports, board games, and other      nights. Little Tiger classes for kids as        Piccoli will be holding Summer
                                          A plus:                                     fun activities. Sign up for 2010            young as 5. TaeKwon-Do runs all year       Camp July     6th-August 13th 8:30
 To register for any of our programs        b. Two extra weeks with a trip            and the monthly fee will be                 long. $50 registration fee for the first   a.m.-3:30 p.m.  Brea    kfast and
please call anytime or stop by the park   included in both                            reduced to only $50 a month.                month and only $40 for every month         lunch provided.  Activities include  
Monday – Friday between 4:00- 8:00          c. End of the summer party                Special discounts for two or more           after that. Discount for families with      d are swimming, sports, trips, arts
pm or Saturdays from 11-2.                                                            children.                                   2 or more children.                        & crafts, special guest speakers
                                          D.) Ferko’s 8 week Camp plus                                                                                                       and more.  Fee is $200, if
        Ferko Playground                  extended care: June 28 th                      T- Ball- The 2010 T-ball season             Adult Flag Football- Interested         registered and paid by May 15th
      Summer Camp 2010                    through August 13 th 7:30- 5:45             at Ferko playground will begin in April.    in bringing a team into our new adult          the cost is only $175.
Registrations will begin on February      every day.                                  T-ball is a fun and exciting way for        flag football league for the spring?
8th. We have four different camp             a. Includes everything in package        your boy or girl to learn the basics of     Or just signing up yourself to be          *Ladies Aerobics
packages to choose from.*camp             C plus                                      baseball. Every child receives a team       placed on a team. We are now starting          Women’s aerobics will be held
dates subject to change*                     b. Before Care from 7:30 with a          t-shirt, picture, and a trophy at our       to put together a league that would        every Weds     and Fri 6:30-7:00.
                                          breakfast for each child.                   end of season pizza award party. It’s       start in April. We only need one more       The class is open to women 18 and
A.) Basic City Camp: July 5 th               c. After Care from 3:00 – 5:45 with      only $35 for the entire season. Ages        team. Interested teams or                  older and there is no cost.
through August 13 th 9:00 am-             a snack for each child.                     3-6.                                        participants should call 215-685-
3:00 pm every day.                           • A $55 deposit is required at                                                       1224 for more details and to put your      *Allied Tae Kwon Do
   a. Includes Daily lunch, sports,       registration and that enables your            Tae-Kwon Do- Registration is              name and number on the list to be              Allied Tae Kwon Do Alliance holds
games, arts & crafts, dance, drama,       child to go to both Dorney and              on-going for all three of our classes.      invited to the first meeting. Each team    class at Piccoli every Tues and Thurs
swimming, and parties.                    Clementon Park                              Tae-Kwon Do has been a continuous           only needs a minimum of ten players.       6:30-7:30.  
   b. One trip per week to places like;    Call for pricing and to get your name                                                                                                 The fee is $35 a month.
bowling, aquarium, zoo, and walnut        on our pre-registration list. It is first
street theatre.                           come first serve so plan now to have                                                                                               *Art Class
                                          your child enjoy their summer                                                                                                          Piccoli is offering art and
B.) Basic City Camp plus
extended care: July 5 th through
August 13 th . 7:30 – 5:45 every

                                             Afterschool Program – Spots
                                                                                      Bill Gates to Receive                                                                  drawing instruction.  The fee is $5
                                                                                                                                                                             per class for supplies.  This class is

                                                                                      Franklin Award in
                                                                                                                                                                             open to everyone 8 and older.
day.                                      have opened up for our afterschool
                                          program for the rest of the 2010                                                                                                   *Piccoli Outdoor Basketball
   a. Includes everything in package
A plus
   b. Before Care from 7:30 with a
                                          school year. We meet the kids at the
                                          three neighborhood schools. Or if your
                                          child attends another school you can
                                                                                      Philadelphia                                                                               Piccoli is having an instructional
                                                                                                                                                                             outdoor basketball league for kids 8-
                                                                                                                                                                             12.  The cost is $25 and includes
breakfast for each child.                 drop them off at the playground at            The Franklin Institute has announc-          Dating back to 1824, previous           shirt, trophy and pizza party.
   c. After Care from 3:00 – 5:45 with    3:30. We also pick up the children on       ed that CBS Sunday Morning anchor,          laureates have included Albert              Volunteer coaches and refs needed.
a snack for each child.                   some half days and we run “Camp             Charles Osgood will serve as host           Einstein, Thomas Edison, Marie
                                                                                      of the 2010 Franklin Institute Awards       and Pierre Curie, Orville Wright            For more information on any of the
                                                                                      on Thursday, April 29.  The now sold-       and Jane Goodall, among many               programs offered at Piccoli
                                                                                      out black-tie event in Philadelphia         others.  The awards event crowns a         Playground please call Katie or
                                                                                      recognizes the extraordinary work of        week-long series of activities aimed       Kristin at 215-685-1249.
                                                                                      eleven individuals in the fields of         at education and outreach, utilizing

Treasurer Urges You to                                                                science, business and technology.  
                                                                                          Among the Laureates, Microsoft
                                                                                                                                  the individual laureates, to bring
                                                                                                                                  science to the community.

Spring Clean Your
                                                                                      co-founder Bill Gates will receive              The extraordinary work of the
                                                                                      the Bower Award for Business                2010 Laureates ranges from

                                                                                                                                                                             Thrift Shop
                                                                                      Leadership for his visionary leadership     calculating interactions which define

Finances                                                                              and philanthropic work.  The
                                                                                      $250,000 Bower Award and Prize for
                                                                                                                                  the world around us to revolutionizing
                                                                                                                                  human interaction through the use of
   Now that Tax Day has come and
gone, Pennsylvania Treasurer Rob
                                          financing the purchase and
                                          installation of energy-efficient
                                                                                      Achievement in Science will be
                                                                                      awarded to W. Richard Peltier. 
                                                                                                                                  technology; from using mathematical
                                                                                                                                  proofs to keep us secure online to         Sidewalk
McCord encourages Pennsylvanians to
spring clean their finances this April,
                                          heating and cooling equipment
                                          through Keystone HELP.
                                                                                         The Franklin Institute Awards, often
                                                                                      a precursor to the Nobel Prize, are
                                                                                                                                  unlocking the mysteries of, as well
                                                                                                                                  as providing cures for cancer; from        Sale and
                                                                                                                                                                             Flea Market
which has been proclaimed “National         “The McCord Treasury helps                awarded for outstanding achieve-            exploring the deep history and
Financial Literacy Month” by              Pennsylvanians reduce future                ments that have directly and positively     complexity of the earth’s composition
governments and financial organiz-        dependence on student loans with the        impacted and enhanced the quality           to ensuring a future for both our
ations across the country.                PA 529 College Savings Program and          of human life and deepened our              planet and its neediest inhabitants.        The Free Church of St. John located
  “Now more than ever, it’s critical      take control of household energy            understanding of the universe.                                                         at 3089 Emerald St., Phila., PA
that Pennsylvanians take control of       costs with Keystone HELP,” Treasurer                                                                                               19134, will be having a Thrift Shop
their financial lives,” Treasurer         McCord said. “I encourage families                                                                                                 Sidewalk Sale & Flea Market on
McCord said. “As State Treasurer, I       to seriously consider these helpful                                                                                                Saturday, May 8, 2010 from 10 am

                                                                                          JUNIATA NEWS
want to help Pennsylvanians achieve       programs and use them to invest in                                                                                                 until 3 pm.
economic security. National Financial     their futures.”                                                                                                                      Space rental for vendors available
Literacy Month is a perfect time to         Treasury’s Credit Union Better                                                                                                   around the church’s courtyard
review our finances and our short and     Choice Loan program is another                                          ESTABLISHED 1934                                           (Emerald & Elkhart Sts.) $10.00 a
long-term goals. Visit Treasury’s Web     resource for Pennsylvanians. This                        P.O. Box 15336, Philadelphia, PA 19111                                    space. You must supply your own
site at for            smart alternative to payday lending                                e-mail:                                 table. Kindly contact the church at
information on how to get started.”       helps families save more of their hard-                                                                                            425-2933, or Pat Walder at 215-
  Treasurer McCord is committed to        earned money. Treasurer McCord is                  Celebrating        Telephone: (215) 435-3909                                    425-6190 for further details. No food
identifying innovative solutions and
initiatives to help Pennsylvanians
                                          proud to report that since the Better
                                          Choice program’s inception,                    76 Ye2a10s
                                                                                            4- 0
                                                                                                 r                         FAX # (215) 887-3716                              vendors please. The Church will be
                                                                                                                                                                             sponsoring a Snack Bar for your eating
progress towards greater economic         Pennsylvania consumers have taken                  193                                 Thomas Lineman, Editor                      entertainment.
security. Treasury’s Web site,            out more than 28,000 loans totaling
                                                                                         Yearly First-Class Mail Subscription $85.00., provides              over $13.4 million – and have saved
consumer alerts to protect                nearly $10 million in interest and fees        Items published do not necessarily reflect the thoughts of this paper.
Pennsylvanians from the latest scams;     normally charged by traditional                Checks, Money Orders, VISA & MasterCard accepted for advertising.
instructions to obtain free credit        payday lenders.                                The Juniata News is delivered every Tuesday morning. Copies can also be
reports; and links to reliable and          “Better Choice connects hard-                picked up at: Bill’s Deli, Billy Doc’s Diner, Pete’s Clown House Restaurant,
trusted educational resources.            working individuals with the cash they         Sherry’s Restaurant, J&J Restaurant, Richmond Diner, Juniata Hair Salon,              ADVERTISE
  Treasurer McCord also encourages        occasionally need for an unexpected
                                                                                         William Michaels Hair Salon, CVS Pharmacy, Erie Bowling Lanes, Dunkin’
                                                                                         Donuts (G & Hunting Park), Frankford Library, Wyoming Library, Juniata Park
                                                                                                                                                                                 IN THE
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convenient 529 College Savings            said. 
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       REAL ESTATE                                REAL ESTATE                           RENTAL PROPERTY                                                  REAL ESTATE                                    REAL ESTATE

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                                                                                       1301 E. Lycoming St.
                                                                                      Philadelphia, PA 19124
                                                                                                                                               Re/Max Eastern, Inc.
                                                                                          (215) 744-5750                                     #1 in Residential                   3949 Howland St.                           SOLD!
                                                                                                                                            Sales for 16 Years                  New Listing. 2 BR. Brand new paint,
                                                                                                  RENTALS                                                                       rugs. Yard. Must see! REDUCED!
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                         WWW.GMINNES.COM                                              53xx Akron St., 1st fl.      $575 + Utils.                                                  4137 O St.                                SOLD!
                                                                                      13xx E. Lycoming, 1st fl. $600 + Utils. Avail. 5/1                                        3 br, 1.5 baths. Large home with Florida
 54xx Akron St. ......... Porch, 3 Bedroom ....................... $ 92,900           14xx E. Lycoming St. 1st fl. Avail. 2/15/10
 41xx Claridge St. ..... 2 bedroom Bungalow . (reduced) $ 86,500                                                                                                                room, new rugs, paint, garage, move in
                                                                                      41xx O St.                   Avail 2/15/10
 6xx E. Clementine .... Kensington ... 3 bdrms ................. SOLD                 43xx Pilling St., 1st fl.    $500 + Utils.
 70xx Ditman St. ....... 3 bdrm twin, detached gar. .......... $160,000               2xx Robbins St.              $550 + Utils.
 41xx Dungan St. ...... Juniata ......... Large 3 bdrm s/t ... SOLD
                                                                                                                                                                                  6314 Ditman St.                       $99,900
 42xx Elsinore St. ..... 2 Bedroom Rancher .................... SOLD
                                                                                      Apartments: Two Bedroom:                                                                   3 BR home in Mayfair. Home is move
                                                                                      43xx Pilling St., 2nd fl.  $500 + Utils. (Oil heat)
 39xx Howland St. .... Juniata ......... 2 bdrm a/l, lge yd. SOLD                     19xx Plymouth Rd., Grd fl. $675 + Utils.
                                                                                                                                                                                 in condition and is priced to sell.
 39xx Glendale St. ..... Juniata - 3 Bedrooms .................. SOLD                                                                                                            Seller’s assist available.
                                                                                      Houses: Two Bedrooms:
 40xx “L” St. .............. Extra Large 3 bdrm ..................... $ 95,900
 40xx “L” St. .............. 3 BR s/t, rec room ........................ SOLD
                                                                                      13xx E. Luzerne St.
                                                                                      46xx Reach St.
                                                                                                            $725 + Utils.
                                                                                                            $700 + Utils.
                                                                                                                                                                                  4206 Van Kirk St.                         SOLD!
 39xx Lawndale St. ... Nice 3 bdrm a/l ........ REDUCED -                SOLD                                                                                                    Corner property with yard. Completely
 16xx E. Lewis St. ..... Needs TLC. 3 Bedroom ............... $ 58,900                Houses: Three Bedrooms:                                                                    renovated. Must see.
 43xx Malta St. .......... 3 Bedroom a/l ............................... SOLD         13xx Fillmore           $825+ (avail 5/1/10)                Jeff Rushton
 42xx Ormond St. ...... Needs TLC. 3 Bedroom ............... $ 58,500
                                                                                      9xx Granite St.        $780 + Utils.                      Realtor/Associate                 4208 L Street                             SOLD!
                                                                                      47xx Meridian St.       $835+ (avail 6/1/10)
 34xx Reach St. ......... 3 bdrm, porch, nice yard! ............ SOLD
 29xx Rorer St. .......... Office & Warehouse .................... $ 79,900
                                                                                      42xx Ormond St.         $850+ (avail 5/1/10)           “Where Commitment                            SOLD IN 6 DAYS!
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 16xx E. Worrell ........ 3 Bedrooms ................................. $ 95,900       Houses: Four Bedrooms:
                                                                                      47xx Tacony St. (Avail 1/15) $850 + Utils.
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