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............... o10 ,s pAUL JEF 'O SMAU TOW. 2i7W COTA ,~T SHELTON WA ~g~4-2263 THE ITALIAN-AMERICAN VOICE OF MASSACHUSETTS L~ ml (Formerly LA GAZZETTA del MASSACHUSETTS) VOL. 120 - NO. 23 BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, JUNE 3, 2016 . $.35 A COPY On the grassy knoll beneath the Sailors and Soldiers monument on the Boston Common, a garden of 37,000 American flags waved in the sunshine on Memorial Day. This annual tribute honoring the Massachusetts war dead from the Revolution through today is sponsored by the Massachusetts Military Heroes Fund with support from John Hancock. Hundreds of volunteers planted the flags before the long weekend and watched over this holiday tribute throughout. A ceremony was held at 10:30 am on the Thursday prior to Memorial Day where the names of all the military personnel who have been killed in Iraq and Afghanistan were read. (Photos by Jeanne Brady) by ~l Giarratcmi L Millennials Catch Up with Baby Boomers A new analysis of census data shows that millennials !:: are now tied with baby boomers for the largdst share of eligible voters. The Pew Research Center says boomers = hold a very slight edge, but each group comprises about = 31 percent of the electorate. But Pew also shows that . only 46 percent of millennials actually vote, while 69 ~: percent of boomers vote. ~: My daughter is a millennial, I ama boomer. My daughter votes and I vote. Actual voters vote because of the example given to them as children. I am not surprised my daughter votes. I would be disappointed if she didn't. In my own family, voting was a duty. It should be for everyone, but sadly it isn't. VA Wrongly Classij ed 4,200 Dead? U.S. Rep David Jolly, R-Florida, said the Veteran~ Administration cut off benefits to more than 4,200 foils nationwide after declaring them dead. However, said Jolly, "they were very much alive," and their benefits restored after the VA looked into things. I am thinking, if you like the status quo at the VA continuing, veterans can really die and it won't be a computer error. Hacker at Heart of Email Case Pleads Guilty to ID Theft The Romanian hacker whose cyber-mischief first revealed that Hillary Clinton used a private email ad- dress while Secretary of State recently pleaded guilty to identity theft. Marcel Lehel Lazar said that he vic- timized nearly 100 Americans from his overseas home. His targets included former Secretary of State Colin Powell, family members of George W. Bush and lots of celebrities. ! ...... (Continued on Page 14) ii liiil Boston's Run to by Sal Giarratani Last Sunday, May 29a, the Boston's Seaport World Trade Center was once again the venue for the 2016 Boston Run to Remember. Last year's event brought out 9,000 runners. This year, the 12th Annual Run to Remember saw an equal number of runners. This annual run began as a way to honor all first responders who have been killed in the line of duty by celebrating their lives and by giving back to community. All proceeds of this annual run benefit community and kids' programs of the Boston Police Runners Club. I caught up with several of the runners after they had returned to East Boston for some relaxation at the Maverick Marketplace Cafe. They all had completed the 5-Mile Run and when I told them I was a retired police officer, they replied they ran to honor me and all first responders, living and deceased. Shown in photo are JoAnne Lyons and Dick Lyons of Reading and in the middle of the group were Justina Lyons, Courtney Macaruso and Eleni Dixon, all of East Boston. THE POST-GAZETTE SATELLITE OFFICE HAS MOVED TO 343 CHELSEA ST., DAY SQUARE, EAST BOSTON This office is open on Tuesdays from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM and Thursdays from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM, for the convenience of our East Boston and North Shore clients and contributors Call 61 7-227-8929 for more information