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Page14 POST-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 25,2011. (FROM AL/AN NEWSP ERS AND OTHER P LICATIONS) EXAMPLES OF FRINGE BENEFITS ENJOYED BY ITAL- IAN PARLIAMENTARIANS! We have, on occasions, described some of the unique benefits that members of the Italian Parliament enjoy. Each member is ent'itled to receive medical assistance to the tune of 11/2 million curD. There is also a budget that covers photo-op to all members at the cost of 302,000 euro. Then there is parking for the parliamentarians' vehicles at the cost of only 1 million curD. To park motorcycles, inside a garage, it costs another 33,000 curD. Among the suppliers of the Chamber's mem- bers there is an entrepreneur by the name of Angelo Jacorossi the former "king of the Roman Oil,". who was once kidnapped by the "Kidnapping Anonymous," in the 1970's, and also being investigated in the 1990's. To update the TV satellite channel of the Chamber, two consultants were hired: Rosaria Marchese (paid 40,000 curd), appointed by Minister Bond[, the chairman of the "Cinema Commissidn," and Gustavo Pacifico (paid 50,000 euro) in charge, of edit- ing of the Stream Channel 2, in which appears "Big Brother." All the care for the artistic activities at Montecotorio and organization of exhibits are under the care of architect Cristina Mazzantini (paid 100,000 euro), who is the wife of Pier Ferdinando Casini! THERE ARE TOO MANY PROVINCES IN ITALYI Some of the new organized provinces in Italy, as well as some of the old ones, may be dissolved and for a good reason: low popu- lation in each provincial territory. All the provinces with a total population under 220,000 inhabitants may soon dis- appear, merging with adjacent provinces. Here is an ex- ample of "doomed" provinces: Biella in Piemonte Region, Fermo in the Marche Region, Ascoli Piceno also in the Marche Region, Matera in Basilicata, Crotone in Calabria, Isernia in Molise, Rieti in Lazio, Massa Carrara in Toscana, and Vibo Valentia in Calabria. TOO MANY PARLIAMENTARIANS IN ITALY. For quite some The time has come, the walrus said, .... TO TALK OF MANY THINGS of shoes and ships and sealing wax of cabbages and kings by Sal Giarratani CONGRATS TO THE RANDAZZAS Marguerite and Randy Randazza, residents of Con- stitution Coop in Charles- town celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary on Feb- ruary 16. These two lovebirds have lived in C-Town for over 60 years and were originally from Pittsburgh. They have four children, nine grandkids and five great grandkids. When my parents moved into Constitution Coop Apart- ments which was a godsend to older Townie residents, Randy was the place's handy- man. If it was broken, he fixed. If you just needed a smile, he could fix that prob- lem too[ Best wishes and many more anniversaries to go. ST.PATRICK'S DAY/ EVACUATION DAY PARTY AROUND THE CORNER St. Patrick's/Evacuation Day Parade will step off on Sunday, March 20 at 1 pm. Phil Wuschke, the Com- mander of the Allied War Vet- sponsored by AFSP's Boston Chapter. Advance registra- tion is requested. For more into, call Melanie Varady or email at JENNIE BENEDETTO VOLPE REMEMBERED Former Bay State First Lady Jennie Benedetto Volpe, wife of the late Gov. John A. Volpe, passed away in Janu- ary at age 98. She was born in the farming region of Abruzzo and lived in Pesco- sansonesco before she and her mother emigrated in 1915 to join her father in Wake- field. She graduated from a nursing program at Winches- ter Hospital before doing fur- ther training at Bellevue Hos- pital in New York City. She met her husband who was a member of the Verdi Band in Malden while going to local festivals. John Volpe was first elected governor in 1960 and would go on to winning two more terms in the 1960s. He became the nation's first Sec- retary of Transportation in 1969 under President Nixon erans Council, which spon-and eventually Ambassador to sors and organizes the parade Italy in 1973. reports that 75 units have al- Mrs. Volpe was reportedly ready signed. Most of the lukewarm to her husband's usual units are back and political motivations but some new units, including eventually warmed up to it. "Ghostbusters", an 80-mem-She once told the Sunday with the law up on Beacon Hill. However, Howie needs to pinpoint his savagism a let- ter better than his most re- cent column. I love reading Howie's columns but not on February 9. NEIGHBORHOODS VALUED AS FIRST PRIORITY First Priority Credit Union on Bennington Street had a reach out to local busi- nesses recently down at Ecco Restaurant. The credit union sent out many invites to small businesses in the area to come face to face with the folks with money to lend to folks doing business right here, Bringing folks together gives everyone a chance to see how their commercial needs can be met. It also gives the credit union a chance to see just what is happening with the neighborhood's retail face. There are a lot of great people over at First Priority. Among them is my good friend Paul Travaglini. The next time you see him, tell him that Sal sent you. CHRIS MILANO GRADUATES FROM SUFFOLK COUNTY SHERIFF'S TRAINING ACADEMY Chris Milano of Quincy was time there has been in Italy a long running argument to her band all the way from Advertiser in 1968, "I have to among the thirty-nine new- reform the Constitution. Marly of you may know that the Colorado. Holding the parade be pushed and prodded. I was. est ~corrections officers to Parliament is quite "crowded." The lower Chamber, the "Camera de[ Deputati" (the-Chamber of Deputies) has 630 members (in the US we have 435 members). "Il Senato" (senate) has 315 elected members (half the chamber) and another "seven" members appointed by the President and the Parliament. They are outstanding people who have dis- tinguished themselves in their fields, literary or scientific, or former Presidents. and are appointed for ltf~-_ If y'otl now until after March 17th could not born with the motivation serve at:the Nashua Street mean warmer marching my husband was." During the Jail. All the new officers for weather too. The parade, astime she was the state's First the Suffolk County SheriPs usual, should be a great tam- Lady, she worked to improve Department were sworn in by . ily-friendly time for one and the quality of services at stateSpecial Sheriff Gerald Horgan all. mental health sites. In 1967, after completing 12 weeks of I usually march in these she visited all then-26 state academy training.. ..... parade~ over the years_ My hospitals_ Prior to this ree~nt appoint- compare [ aly w'l[ that there is a dire need to "shrink" Italy's Parliament. So far, however, hypocrisy has won the day, for the simple rea- son that the top political leaders don't want to see their friends lose the "post" and want 'to stick with it. In short, Italians love political profession[ LEGAL NOTICE our muc larger counlry, you realize very parade mare was &fl ' IP fl6tJ l ill , Mila in 1974 when I marched married in 1934. She is sur- campus police officer for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts The Trial Court Middlesex Probate and Family Court 208 Cambridge Street Cambridge, MA 02141 Docket No. MI11P0556EA In the Estate of FRANCES J ROWEN Late of WAYLAND, MA 01778 Date of Death January 6, 2011 NOTICE OF PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL To all persons interested in the above captioned estate, a petition has been pre- sented requesting that a document purport- ing to be the last will of said decedent be proved and allowed and that JAMES D CREGAN of Barrington, RI be appointed executor/trix, named in the will to serve Without Surety. IF YOU DESIRE TO OBJECT THERETO, YOU OR YOUR AI-I'ORNEY MUST FILE A WRITFEN APPEARANCE IN SAID COURT AT CAMBRIDGE ON OR BEFORE TEN O'CLOCK IN THE MORNING (1 O:OO AM) ON MARCH 16, 2Oll. In addition, you must file a written affidavit of objection~ to the petition, stating specific facts and grounds upon which the objection is based, within (30) days after the return day (or such other time as the court, on motion with notice to the petitioner, may allow) in accordance with Probate Rule 16. WITNF~] HON. PETER C. DiQANQI1 First Justice of this Court Date: February 16, 2011 Tara E. DeCristofaro, Register of Probate Run date: 2/25/11 LEGAL NOTICE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS LAND COURT DEPARTMENT OF THE TRIAL COURT Case No. 10 MISC 440750 To: The heirs, devisees, or legal repre- sentatives of Christopher M. Enfanto a/Ida Christopher Enfanto, Frank W. Enfanto III a/Ida Frank Enfanto III and to all persons entitled to the benefit of the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act. TD Bank, N.A., claiming to be the holder of Mortgage covering real property in Stoneham, numbered 122 Main Street, Unit 203 of the Summerhill Condo- minium given by Christopher M. Enfanto a/ida Christopher Enfanto to Boston Federal Savings Bank, dated April 1, 2003, and recorded with the Middlesex County (Southern District) Registry of Deeds in Book 38636, Page 333, and now held by Plaintiff by merger has filed with said court a complaint for authority to foreclose said mort- gage in the manner following: by entry and possession and exercise of power of sale. If you are entitled to the benefits of the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act and you object to such foreclosure you or your attor- ney should file a written appearance and answer in said court at Boston on or before April 4, 2011 or you may be forever barred from claiming that such foreclosure is invalid under said act. Witness, KARYN E SCHEIER Chief Justice of said Court on February 17, 2011. AIIoBI'. A TRU CO Y ATTEST: Dobofah J, Pa BrBon f or or Run date: 2/25/11 with Ted Hatting-ton who was running for attorney general that year, but I go back to about 5 years old as far as watching this annual event. My mother always wanted my brother and I to remember we were jus.t as Irish as she was. It didn't matter that I was Sal and my little brother Dominic. DEPRESSION AND BI-POLAR AWARENESS On Wednesday, March 2 at 6pm at the Orientation Glass Room of the Copley Square Boston Public Library, a one- hour educational program featuring medical experts and a panel of patients and families will be talking about their experiences, the ben- efits of treatment and recov- ery. The hope of those behind the program is that those who watch it will come away with a better understanding that depression is a treatable ill- ness. The event is free and open to the public and IS vived by one daughter, a sis- ter and four grandkids. DOM'S IN MALDEN Next time you're hungry and anywhere near Malden, you should stop by Dora's at 10 Riverside' Park. Check the website at www.doms You can never have too many good places to eat. Dora's is one of them. CARR CROSSES MEDIAN STRIPS THIS TIME As I read Howie Carr's Feb- ruary 9 commentary on the Boston Herald (DeLeo's fall unique for a Mass. Speaker), I thought it was beneath Howie's usual style, which likes to pull no punches and certainly enjoys his eriisable ways, but poking fun at the House Speaker for getting injured on an icy sidewalk or dredging up personal family issues is rabid!dish at best. No one likes the recent history of one Mistah Speakah after another getting into trouble state Department of Mental Health in Boston. Congrats to all the new SCSD corrections officers on completion of their training period. OUTHIE' NEW LOOK Back in December, Jason Owens, Andy Fadous and Matt Thayer opened up American Provisions at the corner of First and Broadway and brought a gourmet corner store previously seen in the South End, Roslindale Square or the Peoples Republic of Cambridge. All three guys worked together at the Bos- ton Beer Garden. The three believe the demographics of South Boston have been evolving in recent years as the area gets more gentrified and they are hoping with a shortage of parking spots that their place will become a des- tination store that folks will seek out. The place at 613 East Broadway is open 7 days a week. Winning the Future (Continued from Page 1) wealth's center-right citi- 3cote Br0wn' U3 Senate victory wag gupp0sed to be ground zero for politi- cal change in this state. We did witness some change last November, but not nearly enough. For those who want to see the full political change Brown's victory promised, D'Arcangelo's playbook pro- vides hope. For those who refuse to accept the notion that nothing can be done to pu l] back against the powvr of public-sector unions and Democratic interest groups, D'Arcangelo's strategy fuels momentum. For those who wish to add a bright shade of red to this deeply blue state, D'Arcangelo's ideas are a green light to move forward. Mr. Tucker is a Massachu- setts-based freelance writer and the operator of the blogs Notes from D.R. (, Deval Patrick and The Urban Night (theurbanright. blogspot, corn). A longtime contributor to Human Events Online, his articles have also appeared on and FrumForum. He is also a co- producer of Patriot Games Radio, which can he heard each Tuesday night at 9:00pro Eastern at drtucker. , ', Lf , ~,,%C" ,"Jh