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Vol. 75 PHILADELPHIA, PA -- TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2009 FREE No. 15
Summers over; Time to get involved!
The summer started with a a follow-up meeting called for 6- in their activities was a plan for park this Saturday, where the group
meeting held at the Juniata Park weeks later, but that has not members to stroll the park on is hosting Juniata Fest at the
Boys and Girls Club to talk about the occured. Now that Summer is over, weekends and speak to the Juniata Park Boys and Girls Club.
problems surrounding the Park in vacations and fun in the sun are picnickers about the regulations of You can find out how you can get
9-11-01 Juniata. The meeting, hosted by complete, its time to get back to the park. Sister Elaine George, a involved in actively helping the
State Rep. John Taylor and business. member of the group said that she neighborhood.
UNITED WE STAND Councilwoman Maria Quinones The three entities that occupy the had success and that people The next chance you have for
Sanchez, was a success in getting park -- Ferko Playground, Juniata received her well while making her community participation is tonight,
residents that live around the park Park Boys and Girls Club, and the strolls. Tues., Sept. 15 at the seasons first
Juniata Park to state the problems the see on a Juniata Golf Club -- have come The Juniata Action Committee Juniata Park Civic Association
Civic Association daily basis, and especially on the
together to look out for one another.
The Friends of Juniata Park, led by
(JAC), which is led by Sister Elaine
George, is also keeping an eye on
meeting in the Juniata Park Boys &
Girls Club at 7:00 pm. Come out and
Contact the That meeting was held on Kate Clarke, began a new plan for happenings in the park. To find out make your voices heard. United this
Juniata the park over the Summer. Included
Park Monday, June 15th. There was to be more about the JAC, come out to the neighborhood will stand!!
Ending Summer with a Blast!
Tuesday, Sept. 15
at 7:00 PM
at the Juniata Park
Boys & Girls Club
K & Cayuga Streets
What was Ethels last name on
the I Love Lucy show? See
Trivia on page 8.
Free Food, Music, a
Petting Zoo and more!
Juniata Fest 09, a celebration
to spread the good news about The 4200 block of Lawndale Street celebrated
their End-of-Summer Block Party. More on page 12.
the wealth of services our
neighborhood businesses provide
for Juniata residents, will be held
this Saturday, September 19th.
Hosted by the Juniata Action
Committee (JAC), there are over BACK TO SCHOOL
20 sponsors and close to 30
vendors coming. There will be
music, free food, and a petting
zoo with over 25 animals. 2 Pair Complete
There will be prizes given away!
Come join in the fun! Its free! Eye Glasses
Saturday, September 19 th from
10:00 AM to 2:00 PM at the
Juniata Boys and Girls Club L &
Cayuga Streets. on Page 2
JUNIATA NEWS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2009 215-435-3909 Page 2
Phillys Hispanic Heritage Month
Features 26th Annual Feria del
Fall Baseball Registration at
Barrio & Puerto Rican Parade Juniata Boys & Girls Club
Taller Puertorriqueño hosts its Philadelphias 47 th Annual The Juniata Park Boys & Girls Club child, which includes a hat and shirt. September 26th. Spaces are limited
26 th annual Feria del Barrio on Regional Puerto Rican Day Parade, is accepting registrations for FALL All games are to be played on the and are on first come basis.
September 20. One of Philadel- held on September 27, is the oldest BASEBALL. Kids 7 thru 13 yrs can weekend at the Juniata fields at K For more information you can
phias largest celebrations of Latino and largest outdoor event cele- sign up on Mondays, Tuesdays and and Cayuga Streets. contact the club on the sign up dates
music and culture, the event brings brating Puerto Rican and Latino Thursdays from 6pm to 8pm The season will begin on at 215-535-9168.
together thousands of residents to heritage in the city. Complete with The fee to play will be $40.00 per
celebrate ar ts, education and music, dancing and floats, the
community. Salsa sensation Foto parade begins at 12:00 noon at 16th
Rodriguez y La Orquesta La Unica Street and JFK Blvd., marches north
and reggaetons Zion y Lennox are along 16th Street to the Benjamin
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Juniata Civic Association United Way Event to
Begins New Season Tonight Decend upon Juniata
If you think theres something that On Thursday, September 17th, the Neighborhood groups, such as the
needs to change in Juniata ... United Way in partnership with the Friends of Juniata Park, Juniata Civic
tonights your chance to have your City of Philadelphia will engage over Association and the Juniata Action
voice heard. 500 corporate employee volunteers Committee have been working to
The Juniata Park Civic Association from area businesses and local make a difference in the park. On
(JPCA) will host its September communities in several hands-on Thursday, they will get a tremendous
meeting at 7:00 pm tonight at the service projects in Juniata Park. boost with the help of United Ways
Juniata Park Boys and Girls Club. volunteers.
Although meetings are usually held
on the second Tuesday of every
month, the meeting was moved due
to the Labor Day holiday week.
If crime is your concern ... come Where a new life meets
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attacked at robbed while on the
streets of the neighborhood. Stolen
cars remains a big problem in Donna Aument, Leader of the Democratic 33rd Ward, is pictured here
Juniata as well. Captain Daniel at a meeting last June to discuss the trouble that occurs throughout the
Castro, Commanding Officer of the Park in the Summertime. She is a fervent advocate for residents
24th District, has been at Juniata throughout her Ward, and attends almost all of the Juniata Park Civic
Park Civic Association meetings to Association Meetings.
hear residents complaints directly
As your family grows, so do your reasons
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Terri Hughes, Vice President of the in the past – State Farm®.
JPCA, is asking for donations of
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Rep. Taylors Senior Expo 2009
MILESTONES is set for October 9th at Cohox
State Representative John J. years. Each year the crowds get tests will be given; massages will be
Retirees in Action Meeting Taylors Senior Expo 2009 is set for
Friday, October 9, 2009 at the
larger, an excess of 700 of our area
senior citizens are expected to
available along with other
screenings. Transportation will be
Cohocksink Recreation Center, attend. available throughout the district at
The Retirees in Action will hold The Retirees in Action Senior Club Cedar and Cambria Streets, starting Among the agencies that will be specified locations. The schedule
their meeting on Thursday, is welcoming new members. Come at 10:00 am and continuing until participating are: The Police will follow.
September 17, 11:30 pm at the out on Thursday to meet with us and 1:00 pm. Department, District Attorneys I will be on hand to greet you and
Juniata Golf Club. Please note the see if youd like to join us! Expo 2009 is a free, one-stop Office, Insurance companies, a to answer any questions. Should you
new meeting place. information fair for senior citizens chiropractic, Senior help agencies, have any questions please call any
and their families which allow them Nursing Home info, PA Treasury of my offices at 215-425-0901,
to gain access to information on a Department, medical equipment 215-744-3009 or 215-744-2600.
wide range of topics. This year, door companies, various hospitals and
prizes will be awarded during the Rehab Centers, SEPTA, City
Holy Innocents Young in Spirit Expo.
Representative Taylor has been
agencies, state agencies, veteran
agency, and many others.
Upcoming Casino Trips (all trips am until 11:45 am at Holy Innocents hosting this event for the past 24 Blood pressure and cholesterol
cost $16 non-refundable deposit.)
The Trump Plaza Sunday, Oct.
Rectory basement. Call Peggy at
215-535-4512 if you would like to JPOAC Trip to
4, 2009 receive $25 cash and
attend our trips. All trips must be
paid the week before the trip to Foxwoods
The Trump Plaza - Sunday,
November 1, 2009 - no package yet.
reserve a seat. Thank you so much
for your help in this matter. Free Workship and Job Search The Juniata Park Older Adult
Center is sponsoring a trip to
The Trump Plaza, Sunday, Nov. 29,
2009 - no package yet.
Please pray for all our military
personnel and their families. They for those 55+ Foxwoods & Mohegan Sun, staying
at the Two Trees Inn on Thursday &
Anyone interested in going on our sacrifice so much for all of us. God Friday, October 22 & 23, 2009.
Casino Trip see Peggy D. on Bless! JEVS Career Solutions for 55+ is According to the U.S. Department
Price of $149.00 includes
Monday morning between 10:30 Peggy DeLuca a free, non-profit program that helps of Labor, 41% of Americans 55 or
Motorcoach transportation, 1 night
Philadelphians age 55 or over find older will be employed, making up
lodging, 1 breakfast and 1 dinner,
jobs, update their skills or return to over 21% of the American labor
visit to Mohegan Sun Casino, $10
the workforce. In honor of National force.
Keno coupon, $5 Pull Tab, and much
Employ Older Workers Week, JEVS Career Solutions for 55+ is a
more. Departure is the Juniata Park
September 21-25, 2009, JEVS will program that features job search
Older Adult Center at 8 am.
host an orientation on Monday, assistance, access to full- and part-
For more information call Donna
September 21 at 1pm for unem- time job opportunities, and detailed
McKinney at 215-685-1490.
ployed or underemployed Philadel- job readiness workshops that help
phians. JEVS Career Solutions for mature workers perfect their
55+ teaches participants how to résumé writing and interviewing
effectively market themselves and skills.
find job openings with employers
across the region. Registration is
Monday, September 21 at 1pm at
PA CareerLink Philadelphia North, Thrift Shop
required for the orientation
sessionplease call JEVS Career
990 W. Spring Garden Street
Philadelphia, PA 19123 Sidewalk Sale
WED. thru SAT.
Solutions for 55+ at 215-560-5465
RSVP: seats are limited & Flea Market
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM registration required; call 215-560- The Free Church of St. John
5465 ext. 268 located at Emerald and Elkhart
Streets, Phila., PA 19134, will be
having a Thrift Shop Sidewalk Sale
1934 2009 & Flea Market on Saturday, October
24, 2009 from 10 am until 3 pm.
Space rental for vendors available
Celebrating 75 Years of Serving our Neighborhoods around the churchs courtyard for
$10 a space. Kindly contact the
215-435-3909 Email: email@example.com Church at 425-2933, or Pat Walder
at 215-425-6190 for further details.
No food vendors please .. the Church
will be sponsoring a Snack Bar for
your eating entertainment.
The Northeast Community Center
for Mental Health/Mental
DONNA LEE JONES Retardation will hold its monthly
Board of Directors Meeting on
Monday, September 21, 2009 at
Proudly serving Frankford and Juniata for 120 Years 7:30 p.m. in the Day Hospital
Products Liability Community Room of the Orleans
Construction Site Accidents Building, Roosevelt Blvd. & Adams
Ave. The community is encouraged
Motor Vehicle Accidents to attend and participate.
Slip and Fall Injuries
JUNIATA NEWS at
JUNIATA NEWS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2009 215-435-3909 Page 5
Juniata Action Committee Report
Open Meeting, and
The Juniata Action Committee September 19th from 10:00 AM to
met on September 10th. 2:00 PM at the Juniata Boys and
Wanda Rivera shared with us the Girls Club L & Cayuga Streets.
recent plantings and continued Decisions regarding our Juniata
gardening efforts made to improve Action Committee Open Meeting
the I-Street Islands. It is a pleasure scheduled for October 20th 7:00 PM
to watch the I-Street neighbors 8:30 PM were made. If you like
enthusiastically transform this what we are doing, are curious
green space into Beautiful gardens. about us, or want to do something
It is worth the walk to enjoy their to improve our neighborhood, plan
efforts. to join us at the meeting room in
The major thrust of this meeting Bethel Chapel 4028 K Street.
focused on coordinating efforts for The Juniata Action Committee is
the upcoming Juniata Fest 09. The now constructing a website
purpose of this celebration is to www.juniataaction.com to be of
spread the good news about the service to our neighborhood. What
wealth of services our neighborhood
businesses provide for Juniata
kinds of information would you need
or like to have on this website? OPEN
residents. We have over 20 sponsors
and close to 30 vendors coming.
Please let us know. Write Juniata
Action Committee P.O. Box 23204, 7am-2pm
There will be music, free food, and Philadelphia, PA 19124 · Call 267-
a petting zoo with over 25 animals. 205-1452 · email
You may even win a prize! Come join firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
in the fun! Its free! Saturday,
Join us at Juniata Fest!
Sat., Sept. 19th from 10 AM to 2 PM at the Juniata Boys and Girls Club
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JUNIATA NEWS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2009 215-435-3909 Page 7
LETTERS / OP-EDS
Libraries will Close
Following is a letter posted at all ber 30, 2009.
Branches of the Philadelphia Even as we remain hopeful that
Library, and on the Librarys website the State Legislature will act and
pass the enabling funding
All Free Library of Philadelphia legislation, we wanted to notify all
Customers, of our customers of this very
possible outcome. If you have any
We deeply regret to inform you questions about impacts to Free
that without the necessary Library services, call 215-686-
budgetary legislation by the State 5322, or visit the Free Library of
Legislature in Harrisburg, the City of Philadelphia website at www.free
Philadelphia will not have the funds library.org. If you have questions
to operate our neighborhood branch about changes to City services, or if
libraries, regional libraries, or the you want to be kept informed about
Parkway Central Library after this situation, we encourage you to
October 2, 2009. contact Philly 311 by calling 3-1-1
Specifically, the following will take between the hours of 8am and 8
effect after the close of business,
October 2, 2009:
pm Monday-Friday, and 9am-5pm
Saturdays, e-mail philly311@phila.
gov, or visit the City of Philadelphia
Reward Offered Following Burglary
* All branch and regional library website at http://www.phila.gov. My name is Nella Mitropoulos. I Valuable items have been taken anything about this, I am giving a
programs, including programs for We thank you for your under- live at 4147 Glendale Street, Phila., from my home, but most $1,000.00 reward for any
children and teens, after school standing, patience, and continued PA 19124. Phone 215-806-4560, importantly my mothers jewelry information, following the arrest and
programs, computer classes, and support of the Free Library of 215-680-7037. was taken. She passed away a few prosecution. All info will remain
programs for adults, will be Philadelphia during these difficult On Saturday, September 5 th years ago. Those few pieces of anonymous.
cancelled times. between the hours of 9 pm and 1 jewelry were the only memories I There must be some kind person
* All Parkway Central Library Siobhan Reardon, am my home was burglarized while had of my mother. Please, if there out there that would like to help.
programs, including children President and Director, I was at work. is anybody out there that knows Thank you.
programs, programs to support Free Library of Philadelphia
small businesses and job seekers,
computer classes and after school
programs, will be cancelled. We are
exploring the possibility of relocating
Trying to get
the Philadelphia Author Series
programs to other non-library
* All library visits to schools, day
care centers, senior centers and
other community centers will cease.
All community meetings at our Marie Destiny Morales, it is
branch and regional libraries, and important that you contact Rose
the Parkway Central Library, will be Marie Webster regarding financial
cancelled. help for Destiny. Vicki is looking for
* All GED, ABE and ESL programs her. 215-289-4412
held at Free Library branches will be
discontinued, students should
contact their teacher to see if other
arrangements are being made.
franks special denises special
In addition, all library materials will
be due on October 1, 2009. This will 1/2 lb. American Cheese 1/2 lb. Swiss Cheese
result in a diminishing borrowing 1/2 lb. Baked Ham 1/2 lb. Roasted Turkey
period for books and other library
materials, beginning September 11,
1/2 lb. Bologna PARTY TRAYS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 1/2 lb. Roast Beef
2009. No library materials will be 1 lb. of Potato Salad (24 hr. advance notice required) 1 lb. of Cole Slaw
able to be borrowed after Septem-
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24th District Police Crime Slate
Alleged Carjacking leads to Man shot in hand on Somerset Street
arrest of repeat offender On September 8 at approx-
imately 7:50 pm, the complainant
the complainant stated the
passenger of the vehicle rolled down
Officers where he was treated for a
gunshot wound to the hand. The
was walking on the highway at 400 his window and shot him in his left complainant was briefly interviewed
On Tuesday, September 8 at Park Ave, which pulled into a Shell E. Somerset St. when a large black hand and fled southbound on inside the hospital by detectives,
approximately 3:20 pm, a gas station at Front & Hunting Park colored vehicle occupied by two Kensington Avenue. however, the complainant was
complainant reported his vehicle Ave. The defendant who was unknown black males pulled up next The complainant ran to the 2700 incoherent, under the influence of
carjacked from the 3100 block of operating the truck had the to the complainant and asked him block of Kensington Ave. where he alcohol and medication, and could
Emerald Street. The complainant complainants drivers license and for a cigarette. The complainant told stopped police and informed not provide a full account of how he
states that after getting into his social security card in his pants the males he didnt have anything Officers that he was shot in the was shot
only that the shooter was
vehicle, the defendant was hiding in pocket. The defendant was then for them and an argument ensued. hand. The complainant was trans- a black male. He was interviewed
the back seat and grabbed the transported to the 24th District cell During the course of the argument, ported to Temple Hospital by later.
complainant by his neck. room. The defendant gave a ***
The complainant stated that he statement that the complainant and 43xx Malta St. Complainant
then opened the drivers side door the defendant met at the Bar at
Officer hit with Bottle
states on Sept. 7, 2009 at 12 pm
and jumped out of the vehicle. He Frankford and Clearfield and the an unknown person broke the
ran to Kensington & Allegheny and complainant agreed to allow the drivers side window of his vehicle
flagged down an officer and defendant to use the truck in On September 12, at approx. and was apprehended by the Officer. and took a Nintendo DS, PSP,
reported the incident. exchange for five bags of heroin. The 10:25 pm, police were dispersing a The Officer did not sustain any Games, and Speaker Box with Amp.
The officer stated that he was defendant, identified as Robert large crowd on the 3900 block of injuries. The 16 year-old was
flagged down by the complainant at Miller, 28, was charged with Kensington Ave, when a 16 year-old transported to St. Christophers 41xx G St. Complainant states
about 5:00 pm who stated that he unauthorized use and RSP. male threw a bottle at an Officer. Hospital for treatment of an arm on Sept. 8, 2009 at 9:15 pm, while
was just carjacked and his vehicle Miller, of E. Wyoming Avenue, was The bottle struck the Officer on his injury. He was charged with inside the CVS store, she put her T-
was seen going north on Whitaker found to have 22 priors, including right hand and then on the right side numerous violations including Mobile Samsung cell phone on the
Ave. The Officer observed the 12 thefts, 2 DUIs, 3 Narcitics, 2 of his face. The defendant aggravated assault, simple assault, counter and an unknown person
complainants truck on Hunting arsons, 1 robbery, and 1 RSP. attempted to flee the area on foot and resisting arrest. took it.
Residents Warned by Phone About Possibility
of Every Other Week Trash Collection
On Friday the Streets Department reoccurring savings. sioner Clarena Tolson said, Every Streets Department staff is
sent approximately 290,000 Recycling collection will continue other week trash collection is not working to restructure collection 1. MEDICAL: What are the
recorded telephone messages to to be provided weekly. It costs the something the Streets Department routes. If the State Senate does not symptoms of a person suffering
residents officially notifying them Streets Department about $50 less wants to implement thats why we approve HB 1828 this week, the from a scotoma?
that without final approval by the per ton to process recyclable hope our budget legislation is finally Streets Department will announce 2. INVENTIONS: What color
General Assembly on HB1828, the materials than rubbish. A waste approved by the State Legislature further details on the new collection were early Model T Ford autos?
City would be forced to reduce trash composition study conducted by the and signed by the Governor as soon days on September 18th. 3. FAMOUS PEOPLE: Where
collection from every week to every Streets Department found that as possible. was the French emperor
other week, beginning Monday, nearly 40 percent of household Napoleon born?
October 5th. The Streets Department waste could be recycled through the 4. GEOGRAPHY: What is the
has already made $16 million in Departments single-stream TEST OF MESSAGE THAT RESIDENTS RECEIVED: basic currency of Singapore?
budget reductions for the current curbside recycling program. 5. ASTRONOMY: Ganymede is
Hello. This is an important this situation unacceptable and are
fiscal year. Every other week Residents currently recycle about a moon of which planet in our
message from the Philadelphia hopeful that the State Legislature
rubbish collection provides an 15 percent of household waste. Solar System?
Streets Department regarding trash will act quickly to resolve this critical
additional $6 million per year in Streets Department Commis- 6. CHEMISTRY: What is the
collections. Due to the lack of final funding issue so that you will see no
common use for the drug
budget authority from the State change in your current trash service.
Legislature in Harrisburg, we regret We will update you on the status of
7. ROYALS: Who was the
to advise you that your trash this situation by September 18th.
second wife of Henry VIII of
collection may be reduced from We deeply regret any inconvenience
Bruce Datil, LUTCF every week to every other week, this may cause and will keep you
8. MYTHOLOGY: Who was the
beginning October 5th. Recycling informed.
Exclusive Agent Roman god of fire?
will continue each week. We find
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Allstate Insurance Ethels last name on the I Love
1978 2009 Lucy show?
Company 10. COMICS: In Superman
comics, what was the motto of
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Answers to Puzzles on
Ending Summer with a Blast!
The 4200 block of Lawndale and a very long water slide. They charge of this event.
ended the summer vacation and also enjoyed the snow cone Now its time for our young ones
pre-school activities with an machine. While we prepared food * It was beloved comedian Bill
to return to school. To them I say,
astounding blast!. We honored the they were in another world. Cosby who made the following
study hard and listen to your parents
birthdays of two of our young With as many as 40+ kids, there sage observation: I dont know
and teachers. Remember, you can
people. Alisa Ocasio and Bella were approximately 70 adults the key to success, but the key
be anything you want to be.
Garcia. !Happy Birthday! to you from watching their every move. We to failure is trying to please
Determination and commitment
all of us. came together as one big family everybody.
plays a vital role in your future. We
After closing the block around with specific needs of the children the parents look forward to
8am the children enjoyed riding as a priority. We look forward to next * Before the 1800s, lobster
watching you grow up and achieve
their bicycles and skate boards and summer and a much larger event. was not considered to be the
your goals. We will be here to
enjoyed getting wet while waiting for Thanks to all of our juniors who delicacy it is today. In fact, the
support you and good luck to you all.
the big event. When the trucks rode assisted in the clean-up afterwards. crustacean was so ill-regarded
Lastly, thanks to all my neighbors
in the block, you could see the Our ongoing goal is to keep the as a food source that only the
for their continued support in my
excitement in their little faces. After block clean and enjoy living in a very poor such as widows,
efforts to keep our block clean.
set-up the kids immediately utilized clean environment. Also thanks to orphans & servants ate them.
the moon bounce, the dunk tank the Garcias and Ocasios who took Ginny The water slide (above) and dunk
tank (below) were big hits! * When the popular word
game Scrabble was first put on
the market in 1938, the games
creator, Alfred Mosher Butts,
received only 5 cents for each
game that was sold.
* When he was in college,
comedian and TV host David
Letterman was fired from his job
as a disc jockey.
* Considering the franchises
longevity, you might be surprised
to learn that the original Star
Trek series never did better than
52nd place in the ratings during
its relatively brief three-year stint
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From the Pastors Pen Taylor Bill Would Give
By Rev. David Scudder www.BethelChapelChurch.com
Bethel Chapel Church DaveBethel@gmail.com
Corner of K & Lycoming Streets Greater Access to * On Sept. 17, 1903,
Greed foolish and harmful desires which
plunge men into ruin and
Treatment Lester L. Whitman and Eugene I.
Hammond complete their coast-
to-coast expedition, the third
destruction. For the love of money trans-U.S. automobile trip in
Greed is one of those things that is a root of all sorts of evil, and some Sponsors bill to require insurance companies history. Their journey was
is always someone elses problem. by longing for it have wandered to cover off-label drugs memorable because it contained
Know what I mean? When we want away from the faith and pierced a small detour. Whitman and
something we dont have, its themselves with many griefs (1 In a move that could mean hope held captive by bureaucratic Hammonds decided to include
something we deserve. When Timothy 6:9-10). to thousands of cancer patients, regulations, Taylor said. a side trip to Niagara Falls in
someone else craves something Greed not only kills, it is also State Rep. John Taylor has Under House Bill 1911, insurance Ontario, Canada, in order to dub
they dont have, we feel free to call something that God hates. The sponsored legislation that would companies that offer prescription their trek international.
it greed. But what is greed Apostle Paul, writing in the Bible, require prescription drug plans to coverage would be required to cover
exactly? The dictionary defines ended a long list of sins by talking cover a larger number of cancer- oncology drug that has already been * On Sept. 18, 1917, 23-
greed as an overwhelming desire about this one: greed, which fighting drugs. approved by the FDA for treating at year-old Aldous Huxley, future
to have more of something. Oops. amounts to idolatry. For it is There are currently many least one canceris therefore not author of Brave New World is
Maybe more of us are guilty of being because of these things that the treatments known to benefit cancer experimental and has been hired as a schoolmaster at Eton.
greedy than we thought. wrath of God will come upon the patients, but not yet approved by the recognized as safe and effective for One of his pupils will be Eric Blair,
Whats wrong, though, with sons of disobedience (Colossians Food and Drug Administration for treating cancer by the National who will later use the pen name
wanting more? The truth is that 3:5-6). In fact, the Bible goes so far marketing as a cancer-fighting drug. Comprehensive Cancer Networks George Orwell. Barely able to
greed is often deadly. Its like the as to say that no covetous man, They are referred to as off-label Drugs and Biologics Compendium, read due to a medical condition,
story about Rose Greenhow. She who is an idolater, has an drugs. Thompson Micromedexs DrugDex, Huxley nevertheless graduated
was a Confederate spy during the inheritance in the kingdom of Christ Off-Label refers to drugs that or the Elsevier Gold Standard Clinical from Oxford in 1916, the same
Civil War. When she was trying to and God (Ephesians 5:5). have been approved by the FDA for Pharmacology. year his first book appeared.
avoid being captured, she didnt Why is God so opposed to greed? one particular use that have also Taylors bill, which has bipartisan
want to lose her fortune so she Here is the key: When we look to been proven effective for treating support, includes safeguards. A drug * On Sept. 14, 1927,
sewed her gold into the seams of material things to make us happy, certain cancers, but have not yet would be excluded if it has been Isadora Duncan, the
her dress. The ship she boarded, we are saying that Gods love and won the FDAs official stamp for found unsafe or ineffective by a peer- controversial but highly
though, sank, and the weight of the promises are not enough for us. fighting cancer. reviewed professional medical influential American dancer, is
gold made it impossible for the life Pastor Timothy was told to, Instruct This makes no sense, said State journal. instantly strangled to death in
preserver to hold her up. She sank those who are rich in this present Rep. John Taylor. Why should The bill has been referred to the Nice, France, when her
to the bottom with all of her gold. world not to be conceited or to fix treatments that have been proven Committee on Insurance. trademark long scarf is caught
Death did to her what it does to all their hope on the uncertainty of to benefit cancer patients be We must move quickly on this, in the rear wheel of a Bugatti
of us. We cant take our possessions riches, but on God, who richly withheld by insurance companies Taylor said. Peoples lives are on driven by factory mechanic
with us when we die, but our desire supplies us with all things to enjoy because of a bureaucratic snag? the line. Benoit Falchetto. Duncan was
for possessions can destroy us. (1 Timothy 6:17). The good news is Taylor is especially frustrated 49.
Let me give you two more that trusting God eliminates the because these are drugs that the
examples. Can you guess who said need for greed. God has promised FDA has concluded can help cancer * On Sept. 16, 1949,
this? I sit in my house in Buffalo, to take care of us. Make sure that patients, but has simply not Juniata News E-Mail Warner Bros. introduces the
and sometimes I get so lonely its your character is free from the love approved for marketing as cancer firstname.lastname@example.org Road Runner in the cartoon short
unbelievable. Life has been so good of money, being content with what drugs. These patients cannot be Fast and Furry-ous. Like the
to me. Ive got a great wife, good you have; for He Himself has said, I sounds of countless other
kids, money, my own healthand will never desert you, nor will I ever Warner Bros. cartoon characters,
Im lonely and bored
. I often forsake you (Hebrews 13:5). The the Road Runners cheerful
wondered why so many rich people great 15th Century reformer, Martin beep, beep! was provided by
commit suicide. Money sure isnt a Luther said, I have held many Mel Blanc.
cure-all. O.J. Simpson said that in things in my hands and I have lost
People Magazine on June 12, 1978. them all; but whatever I have placed * On Sept. 19, 1957, the
Ralph Barton, a famous cartoonist, in Gods hands, that I still possess. United States detonates a 1.7
sat down one day and wrote: I have Only Christ can truly satisfy the kiloton nuclear weapon in an
had few difficulties, many friends, longings of the human heart. One underground tunnel at a
great successes; I have gone from man described it this way: a circle research center in Nevada. The
wife to wife, and from house to cannot fill a triangle, so neither can test, known as Rainier, was the
house, visited great countries of the the whole world the heart of man
first fully contained underground
world, but I am fed up with inventing (John Trapp). Only a relationship detonation and produced no
devices to fill up 24 hours of the with Christ can fill that empty feeling radioactive fallout. A total of 928
day. He laid down his pen, picked in our hearts. Delight yourself in the tests took place at the site
up a gun, and blew his brains out. Lord; and He will give you the desires between 1951 and 1992.
This is why the Bible says that, of your heart. Commit your way to
those who want to get rich fall into the Lord, Trust also in Him, and He * On Sept. 15, 1978,
temptation and a snare and many will do it (Psalm 37:4-5). boxer Muhammad Ali defeats
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Mater Dolorosas Chance For Kids Promotion
2nd Annual Fall Gala at Olympia Sports
Mater Dolorosa will hold its 2nd There will be a Buffet Dinner with Be a winner and help Olympia Sports raise money for pediatric cancer research and care
Annual Fall Gala on Sunday, October Beer, Wine & Soda, and a DJ.
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the Gala is from 2:00 pm to 6:00 purchased at the Rectory 215-535- October 12, Olympia Sports Connecticut, Vermont, New York, customers will receive a promotion
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& Frankford Ave. 285-2067. to the Jimmy Fund through the A continuing the fight against worth at least $1. Possible prizes
Chance for Kids® program. Olympia childhood cancers. include a TNT Vacation to the Westin
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with the Jimmy Fund to raise year of the A Chance for Kids tickets, Six Flags tickets and Water
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A New Comedy? Pre K classes- Ferko Playground will be starting our pre K classes for
3 and 4 year olds this September. Each class will run from 8:30 to 12:00
The informal box score wasnt answers the challenge. The overall with the 3s attending on Tuesday and Thursdays and the 4s attending on
very promising by intermission, at cast is efficient as his backups. At Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Children will learn in a fun, educational
the Rainbow Dinner Theatre, Rainbow its still all good fun that setting. Classes include bus trips, holiday parties, and a graduation
Paradise, Pas, production of Uncle leaves you laughing when you leave. ceremony. Children must be potty-trained. The 3s class is only $60 a month.
Chicks Last Wish had perhaps five It runs thru October 31st. Tickets And the 4s class is $75 a month. Anyone interested should call to reserve
smiles, three chuckles and one flat- 800-242-4301 on line your childs spot in our program. Spaces are limited and are going quick!
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striking out. Afterschool Program Currently enrolling for the 2009-2010 school year.
The play is the first by Linda We meet the kids at the three neighborhood schools. We WALK the children
Oatman High whose laughs dont back to the playground from school. We also pick up the children on most
come easy as the characters flirt half days and we run Camp Days on some of the days the schools are
with caricature but never cross that closed, including the Christmas and Easter breaks. Every day includes
homework help, arts & crafts, sports, board games, and other fun activities.
line, and the script contains not a
whiff of irony. Uncle Chicks Last Piccoli Monthly fee of $80.
Wish-especially in this fluid
production staged by Artistic Flag Football- Back for our 6th season. Ferko Flag Football enables all
Director Cynthia DiSavino and with of his window, the nude beach. The children the chance to learn the game of football in a safe and fun
a pitch-perfect cast get the job
problem was his wife, her niece and
the nieces daughter faced the
Activities environment. Games on Tuesday and Thursday nights at 6:30 and 7:30.
The $35 fee includes all games, practices, a team t-shirt, trophy, and pizza
Linda Oatman Highs gimmick dilemma of Uncle Chicks last wish. at the end of season awards banquet. Two ages groups 6-9 and 10-13.
Piccoli Fine Arts Program Season begins September 22nd.
revolves around the setting of the They would have go to the beach
Mondays at 6:00 p.m. starting
play at Mermaid Hotel, an ocean nude to spread his ashes.
September 14th. Ages 8 and older. Soccer Saturday morning soccer for 3-6 year olds. Games begin at
front hotel on a beach somewhere Its funny the first few times, but
Learn basic drawing using a 10:30. $35 fee includes games, practices, team t-shirt, trophy and pizza
in Florida, from a honeymoon in the comedy wears thin, it grows
variety of different mediums such at the end of season awards banquet.
1953, twenty years later in 1973, increase annoying as the evening
as paint, colored pencil, charcoal
sixteen years later, and finally goes on. But in every production at
and more. $5 per class Tae-Kwon Do- Registration is on-going for all three of our classes. Tae-
twenty years later in 2009. Rainbow, the cast shines regardless
Call 215-685-1249 for more Kwon Do has been a continuous part of Ferko Playground and Juniata
Scott Russell plays the uncle of the scripts, particularly by the
information Park for over 15 years. Classes meet on Monday and Wednesday nights.
everyone loved, the practical joker impish Russell as Uncle Chick. Hes
Little Tigers class for kids as young as 4. TaeKwon-Do runs all year long.
and life of the party. Even when he a natural actor who runs with his
passed on, he wanted the last laugh. part as if the play were cross-
Wednesdays at 6:00 p.m. Ages 5- Womens Aerobics- Classes will begin in late September. One night a
So his finale last request was to country. The script requires him to
14 week from 7:00-8:30.
have his ashes scattered on his be both impudent and genuine
$50 registration fee includes
favorite beach, which was in front intellectual at the same time. He
uniform. Call 215-685-1249 to For more information on any of our programs please call Walt at 215-
Nimoys DNA. The DVD set has a few Piccoli After School Program
extras: Commentary tracks on each Begins September 14th.
episode, a gag reel and a few Monday through Friday 3:00-6:00
behind-the-scenes shorts. Pick from Hopkinson School and
Hunting Park Academy.
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REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE RENTAL PROPERTY REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE
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Apartments: One Bedroom: 41xx Maywood St. $94,900
48xx N. 4th St., 2nd fl. $500 + Utils.
53xx Akron St., 1st fl. $575 + Utils. Modernized 3 Bedroom home. Must
6xx E. Clementine ... Kensington .. 3 bdrms ................. SOLD 42xx Castor Ave., 2nd fl. $575 + Utils. see!
41xx Dungan St. ...... Juniata ......... Large 3 bdrm s/t ... SOLD 39xx Elsinore St., 2nd fl. $550 + Utils.
39xx L St., 1st floor. $600 + Utils.
42xx Elsinore St. ..... 2 Bedroom Rancher .................... SOLD 10xx E. Lycoming St. lg. $600 + Elect. 3848 Elsinore St. $89,900
39xx Howland St. .... Juniata ......... 2 bdrm a/l, lge yd. SOLD 43xx Pilling St., 1st fl. $500 + Utils.
39xx Glendale St. .... Juniata - 3 Bedrooms ................. SOLD 19xx Plymouth, 2nd fl. $635 + Utils.
3 br, w/w rugs, move in condition.
33xx I St. ............... Kensington .. 3 bdrms ................. SOLD 2xx Robbins St. $550 + Utils. Will not last. PRICE REDUCED!
42xx I St. ............... 3 Bedrooms ................................. SOLD
Apartments: Two Bedroom:
40xx L St. .............. Extra Large 3 bdrm ..................... $ 90,900 1428 Luzerne St. $99,900
10xx E. Hunting Park, 1st fl. $675 + Utils.
40xx L St. .............. 3 BR s/t, rec room ....................... SOLD 10xx E. Hunting Park, 2nd fl. $675 + Utils.
41xx L St. .............. Juniata .. Incl. rear lots, 3 BR s/t SOLD 43xx Pilling St., 2nd fl. $500 + Utils. (Oil heat) Large 3 br, 1.5 baths, hardwood
39xx Lawndale St. ... Nice 3 bdrm a/l ............................ $115,000 19xx Plymouth Rd., 1st fl. $675 + Utils. floors throughout, deck. Must see!
65xx Lebanon Ave. .. Porch, 3 bdrms s/t ....................... SOLD 19xx Plymouth Rd., Grd fl. $675 + Utils.
7xx E. Madison St, .. 3 Bedrooms ................................. $ 25,000 Houses: Two Bedrooms: Realtor/Associate 4122 Castor Ave. $94,900
43xx Malta St. .......... 3 Bedroom a/l .............................. $137,900 6xx E. Courtland St. $700 + Utils.
34xx Reach St. ......... 3 bdrm, porch, nice yard! ........... SOLD 6xx E. Raymond St. $725 + Utils. Where Commitment Newly renovated home, hardwood
10 Richardson Dr. ... 3 Bedrooms ................................. SOLD 6xx E. Courtland St. $700 + Utils.
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59xx Agusta $800 + Utils.
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One Car Garages
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