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POST-GAZETTE, APRIL 2, 2010 Page 3 Pamela Donnaruma, Publisher and Editor 5 Prince Street, P.O. Box 130135, Boston, M.A 02113 617-227-8929 617-227-8928 FAX 617-227-5307 e-mail: postgazette@aol.com Website: www.BostonPostGazette.com Subscriptions in the United States $30.00 yearly Published weekly by Post-Gazette, 5 Prince St., P.O. Box 130135, Boston, MA 02113 USPS 1538 - Second-Class Postage paid at Boston, MA POSTMASTER: Send address changes to the POST-GAZETTE - PO. Box 130135, Boston, MA 02113 James V. Donnaruma Caesar L. Donnaruma Phyllis F. Donnaruma 1896 to 1953 1953 to 1971 1971 to 1990 Vol. 114 - No. 14 Friday, April 2, 2010 GUEST EDITORIAL KEEP AMERICA FREE REPEAL OBAMACARE by Edward P. Shallow I received an e-mail from The Heritage Foundation reminding the American people the U.S. House of Representatives passed the most significant piece of social legislation in over seven decades. Large ma- jorities of Americans oppose this legislation be- cause it offends the historic American dedication to the principle of self-government. They understand that this new law will accelerate Washington intrusion into our most personal private decisions. Supporters of this bill argue that popular hostility will recede upon its passage. It is believed, rather than cementing our descent into a European-style welfare state, Obamacare is best seen as a historic turning point, a true catalyst for real change The Heritage Foundation will commit its energy to keep this issue alive and make the intellectual case for the repeal of this act. The aim is to always keep America the Land of the Free. If there is one good thing about the past year, one in which we have witnessed unprecedented horse- trading, press stunts, midnight votes and political manipulation in both houses of the U.S. Congress-- the American people have come away educated as never before about these two visions for America. Americans understand this health care bill forces individuals and employers to buy insurance policies designed by government bureaucrats. This intrusion is intended to follow us from cradle to grave. {Continued on Page 15) fIappy 8aster 58 Sprague Street Hyde Park, Massachusetts 02136 @ Auguri di Buona Pasqua Happy Easter/ from The q)irandello f.yceum Rosario Cascio, President Frank Ciano, Esq., First Vice-President Maria Capogreco, Second Vice-President and Treasurer Dorothy Maio, Corresponding Secretary Allyn Christopher, Recording Secretary Lino Rullo, Scholarship Fund Executive VJncent Fazzolari, Scholarship Chairman Dr. Stephen F. Maio, Chairman of the Board Happy Easter R.J. Antonelli and Company Incorporated www.pirandello.com the ,y the same as those of ~ ~~, its publ~ ~ editor. Photo Isa$Scn~~hphotosubmit~Photoscanbesubmlt~vla . aaar resse~, stamped ~, :i; North End ddgainst rugs Easter Party The Annual North End Against Drugs Easter Party will be on Saturday, April 3~a from 10:00AM to Noon at the Nazzaro Center. All North End residents are welcome. Parents must stay with their children. The Easter Bunny will visit from 10:00AM to 11:00AM for pictures; there will also be egg coloring and crafts. At l l:00AM there will be a Puppet Show. Once again, the Eas- ter Party will be sponsored by City Councilor Sal LaMattina, Michael and Richie Giannasoli (In Memory of their Mother), as well as NSTAR. Special thanks to Carl Ameno and the Nazzaro Center. NEMPA C 's ANNUAL SPRING FLING The North End Music and four course meal, a DJ ceeds will help NEMPAC Performing Arts Center will with plenty of dancing, a keep music instruction in be having our Annual Spring silent auction and raffle, the North End the most Fling FUN-Raiser on Satur- Tickets can be purchased affordable in the city and day, April 10~ from 7:00PM by calling Becca at (617) also help us with other to 11:30PM at Tecce's Res- 227-2270 or John Romano events for the North End taurant. We will have a at (617) 880-9901. All pro- children, Christ, opher Columbus Cent, ral Cat, holic High 5chool 65 Year Commemoration 1945-2010 This year "2010" is the 65th anniversary of the founding of Christopher Co- lumbus Central Catholic High School (CCCCHS). The first graduating class was June 1949 and the last graduating class was May 1990. The Alumni Committee is sponsoring a commemora- tive Mass at St. Leonard Church on Prince Street in the North End, Sunday, May 23, 2010 at 2:00PM, followed by an informal gath- ering after Mass in St. John's School Hall, Moon Street. We invite all graduating classes of Christopher Co- lumbus and our sister school Julie Billiart to come to- gether. If you have contact with your classmates notify them of this upcoming event. Spouses and guests are welcome. Further information can be obtained by calling: 617- 293-6173 or by e-mail to: aalauretano@comcast, net Our goal is to get as many Alumni together as possible. Please visit our website: at www.cchs195 7.com. St. Mary's School, Winchester, Promotes Italian Language Can studying a second language in elementary school boost student achieve- ment in other academic areas? Numerous studies suggest that this may be the case. According to the Center for Applied Linguis- tics learning a second language at an early age: Enriches and enhances a child's men- tal development. Improves a child's understanding of his/ her native language. Gives a child the ability to communicate with people s/he would otherwise not have the chance to know. Gives a student a head start in language requirements for college. Increases job opportunities in many careers where knowing another language is a real asset St. Mary's School of Winchester offers a second language in Italian to four-year-old preschoolers to fifth graders. St. Mary's School is one of the only local Catholic schools in the area to offer this program through a grant provided by C.A.S.IT, By working closely with the schools and the Italian Con- sulate, C.A.S.IT. demonstrates its commit- ment to the success of Italian language. 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