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: ,:.. = + + , ..... . + . .,. . , + . . . . POST-GAZE'rrE, MAY 22, 2015 Page7 Mrs. Murphy... As I See It Revere residents rage, or even worse deadly are tired of out- accidents! ... The latest in siders coming to urban living! If you're lucky /   Revere Beach, lit- enough to be a dog or cat with tering it, and causing problems. The fight- ing and rioting that took place on the beach Mother's Day was clearly an outra- geous act of disrespect. The unruly behavior that held traffic up for hours and made all the news stations was started by non-Revere resi- dents. Not one person in- volved was from Revere, these hoodlums came from other cities. They come in gangs, .get off at Revere Beach Station, cross over to the beach, and think they can take over and start trouble! According to people that witnessed the incident said, gangs of rioters tried to entice police into drawing their weapons, jumping on their backs, and doing anything and everything to start another Baltimore and Ferguson incident! Law en- forcement has their work cut out this summer! And many people feel the President and his former Attorney General Eric Holder are to blame for promoting police disrespect ... Reardon's Restaurant on Broadway in Revere, once a popular landmark has been demolished and an elderly complex will be built on the site. Once upon a time Reardon's was among the few restaurants Revere had to offer, and enjoyed a thriving business ... Police presence is needed at the intersection of Revere Street and North Shore Road before a deadly accidents occurs. Cars driv- ing east continue to take a left onto North Shore Road after the light turns red, cut- ting off cars that have a green light! Motorists have reported this, yet nothing is being done! Surely Revere's Traffic Division is aware that cars cutting off motorists with a green light can cause road an owner with money, a new service nicknamed "pet concierge" is becoming very popular. The service involves trained professionals who do everything from walking pets to brushing their teeth. These specialists nicknamed "dog concierges," spend their days catering to the every need of the buildings' animal residents. At mixed-use developments like Ink Block Boston in the South End, residents with pampered pets and money rely on trained professionals to do everything for their beloved pets while they work! ... It was an impressive sight to see over 6,000 motorcycles from Mas- sachusetts and other states ride through East Boston last week in support of the 5 th Wounded Vet Ride, the 40 mile route through the North Shore ended at Suffolk Downs Racetrack with a bar- becue and concert. All the money raised will go to sev- eral American War Heroes towards their recovery. The event was founded by State Rep. Carlo Basile and area resident and U.S. Marine Andrew Biggio ... Is the First Lady okay??? In a recent speech at one of the black colleges, Michelle Obama said she hated being First Lady, and was a target of de- spairing remarks. What is it Michelle hates??? Taking personal jets to plush vaca- tions all around the world where she's treated like roy- alty! Or does Michelle hate hosting all those elaborate expensive dinner parties at the White House? Or, maybe she hates the thousands of dollars in designer clothes, jewelry, bags and shoes she wears! Their departure from the White House can't come soon enough for many people! ... T///next t/met Italian 00esta in Waltham The Regina Margherita di Savoia Mixed Lodge # 1094 of the Order Sons of Italy in America will again host an Italian Festa on the Waltham Common on Saturday, May 30 m, from 11:00 am -- 7:00 pm; rain date is Sunday, May 31 +t. In addition to showcasing Italian heritage, the Festa is a fundraiser for the various charities which the Order supports, such as Alzheimer's, Cooley's Anemia. Autism and the Waltham Boys and Girls Club, as well as for the scholarshiPs presented to deserving seniors based on academic achievement, com- munity service and proficiency in the Italian language. The Festa drew approximately 6,000 Festa-goers last year. It is anticipated that there will be even more this year who will peruse the wares of vendors/crafters and who will taste the scrumptious fare of over 25 food vendors purveying not only Italian staples, but a wide variety of other delicacies. The fair-goers will also view the newest Fiat and Ducati models. There will again be rides (a number of new ones have been added), games, raffles, prizes, music, dancing, concessions and fun for the whole family. Entertainment will be provided to the Festa-goers for the entire day. This year's Festa will open with the Knights of Columbus and the Waltham Ameri- can Legion Band followed by a line-up of entertainers prom- ising spectacular performances: Entertainer Steven Savio; DJ Alan LaBella; Amici della Musica Italiana; winners from the Waltham Boys and Girls "Idol" competition, together with the Club's Volume One rock band and 3SG singing group; singers and dancers from the Plympton School; "Frank Sinatra" and "Dean Martin" crooning some tunes and the Senior Tones, as well as other special guests, to name a few. Mark your calendars. You won't want to miss this great event. Check out the Festa's website at; click on the Festa tab. For information, contact Carol Rossi at 508-655-0124 or 00llice (JV'atale) Alice (Natale) Tortorella, of Medford formerly of the North End of Boston passed away on April 6, 2015. Beloved wife of the late Lawrence. Devoted mother of Josephine "Jodi" Scola and her husband Paul of Reading and the late Ernestine Tortorella. Loving grandmother of Alycia Leofanti and her husband Paul, Michael Scola and his wife Amanda. Loving great-grandmother of James, Matthew and Annah. Sister of Mary Viliott of Hudson, Albert Natale of Belmont and the late Tortorella Helen Fanciullo, Adeline Richie, Lillian, Peter, Alfred, Vincent, Henry, Zachary and Ernest Natale. Funeral was from the Dello Russo Funeral Home, 306 Main Street, Medford, followed by a funeral mass celebrated in St. Joseph Church, 118 High Street, Medford. Services concluded with burial at Oak Grove Cemetery, Medford. As an expression of sympathy, memorial contributions may be sent in Alice's name to the Bear Hill's Resident Council Fund, 11 North Street, Stoneham, MA 02180. Mary E (JV'atale) Filiott Mary T. (Natale) Viliott, age 96, of Hudson, formerly of Watertown and Boston's North End, passed away peacefully on April 15, 2015 surrounded by her loving family. Inspiring mother of Robert Viliott of AZ, Paul Viliott of Ashland, June Aquilano and her husband Robert of Southborough, James Viliott of Milford, and Virginia Hoover and her husband Richard of Hudson. Dear sister of Albert Natale of Belmont and the late Helen Fanciullo, Adeline Richie, Lillian, Alice Tortorella, Peter, Alfred, Vincent, Henry, Zachary her eggplant parm), family dinners, holiday gatherings, hanging by the pool on warm summer days, knitting and crocheting, watching the food and weather channels, was fond of all animals and possessed an amazing sense of humor. Funeral was from the Boston Harborside Home, Commercial Street, Boston, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial celebrated in St. Leonard Church, Boston. Services concluded with burial in St. Michael Cemetery, Boston. Memorial contributions may be made to the Humane Society www. or to and Ernest Natale. She was the cherished send your gift by U.S. Mail, please make check grandmother of eleven grandchildren, seven payable to" The HSUS and mail it to: The great-grandchildren as well as five pets. Humane Society of the United States, Dept: Mary was Mother to all, selfless, generous and Memorial Donations, 2100 L Street, NW, caring to a fault. She loved cooking (famous for Washington, DC 20037. May Their Souls Through the Mercy of God, Rest in Peace North End Music & Performing Arts Center Summer Soiree on the Prado Thursday, June 4 m, from 6:00 to 9:00 prn What better way to spend a summer night than with friends and neighbors under the stars with some tasty bites, a refreshing summer beverage, and great music ... and it benefits a great cause! Proceeds from this fundraiser will allow NEMPAC to continue to fulfill its mission throug- hout the community with affordable, quality arts programming. NEMPAC will also be celebrating the opening of their Summer Performance Season full of wonder- ful events including their Summer July Concert Series, the NEMPAC Opera Project, and its Children's Youth Choir performance with the Landmarks Orchestra! Ticket includes lite bites, an open bar serving wine and beer, and live music from our NEMPAC instruc- tors and performers. FRIENDS OF THE NORTH END BRANCH LIBRARY BOOK SALE!l! Saturday, May 30 m Rain or Shine 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM North End Branch Library 25 Parmenter Street I DIAMONDS 1 ROLEX ESTATE JEWELRY Bought & Sold Jewelers Exch. Bldg. Jim (617) 263-7766 DRIVERS CDL-A w/Hazmat: LOCAL - Dedicated Fleet! New Well Maintained Equipment! Referral Program! Great Weekly Pay! 2yrs CDL-A Experience CALL PENSKE LOGISTICS 855-652-7071 K 3  Fully Insured Lic #017936 Mechanical Heating & Air Conditioning Sales, Service & Installation Ken Shallow 617.593.6211 LUCIA RISTORANTE & BAR Traditional Italian Cuisine 415 Hanover Street, Boston 617.367.2353 11 MountVernon Street, Winchester 781.729.0515 PPivote I:unc|ion Iooms fop on,.] C)ccosion Chrisleninc] BiJol Show+ BI 5how+ Birlhclotj l+,++ov+menl, EIc. Donato Fratloroli donato @